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301/303 Westdale Lane
Mapperley
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
NG3 6EW
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Nottingham's largest flower, plant and gift shop with flower delivery of hand tied bouquets, flower arrangements and baskets plus plant displays to Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Also belgian chocolates and truffles; soft toys including Jellycat, Russ Berrie and Gund; greetings cards for birthdays, sympathy, anniversary etc.; silver and bespoke jewellery; hand knitted clothing with over 100 designs; hand painted glassware; baby safe gifts including musical toys and much more delivered to Nottingham, the UK and worldwide. Established over 25 years we take all major credit cards. Open Mon - Sat 9.00am - 6.00pm.

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