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14 best Valentine's Day roses to surprise your loved ones

We've found the best flowers for Valentine's Day

Megan Bull

Valentine's Day is just around the corner and though our plans might look a little different this year that doesn't mean that we can't surprise our loved ones with the perfect gift. You can never go wrong with a beautiful bouquet of roses - throw in a box of chocolates and a bottle of bubbly and you've got all the essentials for a romantic night in. Whether you're a fan of the classic red rose or less conventional colours, we've rounded up the best blooms from the likes of Marks & Spencer, Appleyard Flowers and Waitrose. Plus, find out how to take care of your Valentine's Day roses!

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Flying Flowers roses


Pure Romance Gift Set, £52.97, Flying Flowers


You're getting a real bargain with the Pure Romance Gift Set from Flying Flowers! The ultimate romantic gesture, wow them with a dozen luxury red roses as well as a free vase worth £14.99 and a box of Lindt chocolates. 

Pulbrook & Gould roses

Pulbrook and Gould-white bouquet

The Jane Luxury Valentine's Bouquet, from £140, Pulbrook & Gould


Famed London florist Pulbrook & Gould has created four stunning rose arrangements inspired by Pride and Prejudice. Named after three of the novel's leading characters plus its country estate, The Lydia, The Jane, The Darcy and The Pemberley each feature an individual colour palette of premium garden and spray roses plus delicate hints of foliage. It's a gift to make your sweetheart swoon! 

HELLO! readers can enjoy an exclusive 10% discount on all Valentine's Day orders over £100 from Pulbrook & Gould until 13 Februrary 2021. Enter code HELLO at checkout at or quote HELLO on phone orders to 020 7730 0030. Valentine's Day orders deliver daily until 13 February nationwide, with same day delivery service on 14 February on selected bouquets for Central London.

Marks & Spencer roses


Especially for You Bouquet, £40, Marks & Spencer


Perfect for Valentine's Day, the Especially for You Bouquet is a real treat. Delivered alongside these 22 beautiful blooms, your special one will find a bottle of Prosecco and Swiss chocolate truffles to match. 

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Bloom roses


Romance Bouquet, £222, Bloom


If you're looking for something truly spectacular to knock your true love's socks off, then the Romance Bouquet by Bloom is the one. The company was founded by celebrity florist Larry Walsh, and all of the arrangements - which are presented in fully sustainable, plastic-free packaging - are simply stunning.

Appleyard Flowers roses


50 Luxury Red Roses, £119.99, Appleyard Flowers


Unable to spend Valentine's Day together this year? Surprise your nearest and dearest with 50 velvety red roses from Appleyard Flowers. They'll arrive in semi-bloom so your Valentine can enjoy them for much longer. 

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Serenata Flowers roses


Bella Rossa, £29.99, Serenata Flowers


This pretty pink bunch is sure to score you major points across the board. According to the brand, pink roses are a symbol of grace and gentility and carry the message of happiness and light-hearted romance – fitting for Valentine's Day. 

Waitrose roses


Valentine's Day Sophie Conran Rose & Tulip Jug, £70, Waitrose


They'll be swooning over these elegant roses and tulips from Waitrose. This Insta-worthy bouquet is delivered alongside a Sophie Conran Jug and Charbonnel et Walker Pink Champagne truffles. Just make sure to include your free personalised message at checkout so your loved one knows who to thank. 

Haute Florist roses


Grand Roses and Prosecco, £95, Haute Florist


The pièce de résistance of romance, Haute Florists' hat boxes are a thing of beauty – and this particular box is a show-stopper. Filled with 12 delicate Naomi red roses, eight delicious Ferrero Rocher chocolates and a 187ml bottle of delicious Prosecco, it's sure to be love at first sight. 

eFlorist roses


Single Red Rose, £24.99, eFlorist


Sometimes less really is more. There's nothing like a single red rose to celebrate Valentine's Day and for a little extra, you can also add a card, vase, box of chocolates or the sweetest teddy bear to your order. 

Bloom & Wild roses


The Ruby, £70, Bloom & Wild


Described as one of the UK's most-loved online florists, Bloom & Wild's show-stopping range features a number of rose-filled bunches. One of our favourites is the Ruby which arrives hand-tied for extra impact. 

Flowercard roses


Head Over Heels Roses, £50, Flowercard


Filled with red roses, purple chrysanthemums and pink waxflower, this trug is the ultimate gift for Valentine's Day if you're head over heels in love.

Maison de Fleurs roses


'The One' Roses, £130, Maison de Fleurs


Show your someone special just how much you love them with this romantic bouquet. Only available for London delivery, these blush pink garden roses will arrive in a gorgeous couture collection box between 12-16 February. 


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Funky Pigeon roses


The Letterbox Rainbow Roses, £25.99, Funky Pigeon


Brighten up their day with a striking bunch of multi-coloured blooms. Funky Pigeon's letterbox flowers are carefully packaged by hand to keep them in perfect condition on their journey to the recipient. Once opened, your Valentine will find flower food, care tips and a gift card inside. 

How to care for Valentine's Day roses

Interflora's guide to keeping your Valentine's Day roses fresher for longer is full of helpful tips and tricks courtesy of artisan florist Steve Betts. The brand recommends cleaning a vase with soapy water and a good rinse before adding your flowers to eliminate any bacteria.

You'll then need to fill your vase two thirds full with fresh water and add the flower food, but remember to refresh these every few days. When attending to the roses, you should cut off about 2cm from the bottom of each stem using sharp scissors at a 45 degree angle. Every 2-3 days, you should re-cut the rose stems. 

It's important that you remove any foliage which may sit below the waterline as this can cause bacteria to build up in the vase. You'll also need to remove any guard petals from your roses – these are the tougher, darker petals on the outsides. Interflora advises that you keep your flowers away from windowsills, other draught sources and blaring radiators. 

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