Let’s Get Romantic, These Are Sydney’s Best Florists

By Sarah Hilton
22nd Mar 2019

Sydneys Best Florists | Urban List Sydney

Flowers are brilliant. They have the ability to make someone’s day, make a house feel like a fresh, romantic garden and—they just look so damn pretty.

Sydney has its fair share of incredible, artistic florists, so this list was a little hard to cull, but here are a few of our favourite florists in Sydney. And because each of their Instagram profiles is packed with to-die-for floral inspiration, we've included a few of our favourite snaps too. 

Daily Blooms

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Known for selecting the most exclusive flowers straight from the farmer to your arrangement, Melbourne and Sydney-based Daily Blooms are all about locally sourcing the freshest produce on the market. That way your flowers not only last longer, but they smell like a bouquet should—fresh and fragrant and divine. 


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Doctor Cooper Studio

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If you’re the kind of flower aficionado who prefers an arrangement that resembles fine art, Lisa Cooper is your flower queen. The floral artist, jewellery designer, author, doctor of philosophy and permanent artist-in-residence at Carriageworks makes the most moving, sculptural, heartwrenching flower creations we have ever come across. Basically, you’re getting the best of the best (she’s crafted arrangements for the Sydney Theatre Company and Tiffany and Co.) with a philosophical touch.



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Poho Flowers

Potts Point

Stepping into Poho's Art Deco storefront in Potts Point is a little dreamy. Literally bursting with seasonal and native blooms, you can't deny the true romance of fresh flowers here. Wrapped in baby blue paper with your choice of ribbon, it's a special spot that doesn't disappoint. 


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Hermetica Flowers


Hermetica has graced Sydney with its sculptural, minimalist approach to flowers since 2013. Bouquets range from simple to opulent and vary in style including bright and bold, indigenous, seasonal posies and ultra botanical—each packed with rich colours. You know they're good when they've worked with the likes of Chanel, Ferrari, Aesop and Masserati. We can also attest to their serious skill in creating breathtaking flower crowns. 


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Potts Point

Grandiflora is a Sydney institution and one where artists such as aforementioned Lisa Cooper are born. Focussing on drama, scale and curation over a "stick this here and that there" approach, Grandiflora have been around since 1995, and will continue to lead the way with books, fragrances and of course, stand-out flowers.


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My Flower Man

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If you fancy a healthy balance of green fronds and native buds in your arrangements My Flower Man is the place for you. They’re going strong with an emphasis on clean, white and green formations so check out previous client arrangements with Tigerlily, Bassike, Vogue Australia and H&M Australia.


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Buds & Bowers

Surry Hills

Buds & Bowers focuses on exuberant designs in a whole spectrum of colours, sculptural textures and subtle fragrances. These are flowers with a seriously beautiful difference. Our favourites include their native bouquets because who doesn’t love a bunch of natives?


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Merchant & Green


Housed in a charming store on Bourke Street, Merchant & Green is your go-to for stunning fresh stems, as well as a beautiful collection of vases, potted plants and terrariums. They also host workshops in store—everything from flower arranging, to terrarium making, macrame and Japanese-inspired Kokedama moss balls. 


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When you're finished here, check out our list of the best booze delivery services. 

Image credit: Poho Flowers

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