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Things our Customers Say
Helen Trill

4 months ago

The wonderful, professional service received from the Flower company for a recent funeral. The flowers exceeded our expectations and were very good value for money. Many thanks for a caring service.
Sue Sutton

11 months ago

Always beautiful flower bouquets and plants. Been using them for years. Always fresh and longlasting. And reasonably priced too for the quality you get. Nice staff too. Big public car park nearby.
Annette Howard

a year ago

My mum had the most beautiful bouquet delivered for her 80th Birthday. Flowers were stunning, and the bouquet was massive. She was so happy with them. The delivery gentleman was also very kind.
amelia Smith

a year ago

Lovely team of people, always smiling and friendly. Helped me get exactly what I was looking for. Would go again for any types of flowers I need


Aylestone is a countryside of Leicester, England but, formerly it was a separate village, but due to the growth of the city, it is incorporated into the Borough of Leicester. Aylestone has a St Andrew parish church that was built during the 13th century. Before, Aylestone was surrounded by Victorian and 20th-century house establishments.
The name Aylestone was derived from the term Aegel’s tun which means Aegel’s settlement. It was also first recorded in the Doomsday Book as Ailstone during the ruling of Edward the Confessor by Alveva, Countess of Mercia.

The Aylestone manor was first resided by the first Earl of Leicester, Robert Beaumont and then was passed to the 5th generation, to the sister of Robert FitzPernel, Margaret. She was also married to the first Earl of Winchester, Saer de Quincy. The manor must have lots of Aylestone flowers sitting every corner. Noble people commonly love nice things, and flowers are considered one of the nice things. They may even have personal Aylestone florist back then.

There are two Aylestone football teams, and these are the St Andrew’s Football Club from Disraeli St, off Church Road, Aylestone, and Aylestone Park Football Club from Saffron Lane, Leicester. Either of the two football teams, whoever brings pride for the people and town, they deserve to receive flowers as a recognition for their unceasing endeavours. Flowers made by a local Aylestone florist, who also uses local Aylestone flowers give so much value to the recognition given by the people.
For the St Andrew’s Football Club, if they win an award during their future games, any of the Flower Company violet and white flower bouquets’ are the best flowers to give them. Our Saphire or Violet Vibes flower bouquets will best complement the team’s colours. Violet symbolizes energy, strength, spirituality and integrity. White symbolizes goodness and cleanliness which the team is always portraying.
As for the Aylestone Park Football Club, red flower bouquets are the best flowers to give them. Energy, strength, power and determination is what this team is portraying, which is according to the colour this team is bringing. Flower Company best recommend the Strawberry or Raspberry Red flower bouquet for this team.
If both teams win their future games, then a combination of red, violet and white flowers are the best choice. Aylestone florist and Flower Company best recommend the Purple One or Sweetheart flower bouquets for them. These Aylestone flowers are created to you by our local Aylestone Florist from the Flower Company.

The Flower Company
of Leicester has an Aylestone flower delivery service. The bouquet may not be directly delivered from a Flower Company Aylestone flower shop branch, but it is always proven that whatever this flower shop is delivering, all customers are satisfied and come back for another order.

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