36 Flowers & Plants To Fill Your Home With This Autumn

By Megan O'Reilly | 21st September 2022

Whether you’re after a heartfelt ‘thank you’ present or simply want to let someone know you’re thinking of them, M&S is our go-to when it comes to shopping for gifts. The brand’s new range of flowers and plants is perfect if you want to let someone know you care – or simply want to bring some colour and joy to your own home. Quick, easy and with something to choose for all tastes – from the sweetest smelling freesias to rustic olive trees or vase bursting with sunflowers, scroll on to shop our edit…

Whether you’re after romantic roses, a stunning spray of sweet smelling snapdragons or a contemporary plant to add to a modern space, there are plenty of bouquets and botanics to choose from, starting at just £25. Sourced from trusted and sustainable growers, these top quality blooms are specially designed by M&S’s expert in-house florist and hand-tied with love.

Everything is seasonal and guaranteed to stay fresh for five days. Plus, M&S offer a free nominated day delivery (including Sundays) with options available the very next day  so you can be sure your loved ones flowers arrive just when they need to.

M&S also give the option of adding something a little extra to your blooms, from bottles of fizz to sweat treats, fragrance to pampering gifts, to make present giving all the more special.

The new-season range has just dropped with some glorious blooms and botanics that will bring joy to a home. We particularly love the Coral Meadow Flowers Bouquet – a rainbow-hued selection of 25 stems including orange roses, cerise spray stock, red lisianthus and lilac statice. Or for something more contemporary, there’s the Sansevieria Tin with Wooden Stand – a sweet little Superba that will bring new life to a kitchen worktop, bookcase or bathroom.

Chocolates and champagne are nice but a potted tree to gift a new homeowner is something they can cherish and nurture for years to come. Plus, they'll think of you every time they put the key in the door.

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