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Things our Customers Say

September 14, 2020


Thank you so much for the delivery, the recipient was delighted with your flower choices 😊

Best wishes,


April 13, 2020

“Hello, thank you so much for such a wonderful service. The flowers were absolutely gorgeous and going the extra mile and delivering them on a Sunday was beyond generous and much appreciated, especially in these difficult times we are in. The gesture meant a lot and my sister was beyond surprised and happy! Thank you, I will gladly recommend your services to anyone I know. All the best
Michelle Linton

September 10, 2020

Hi Kim I’m so sorry for the late response but your email went into my Junk folder. The flowers were beautiful – I cannot thank you enough. I will definitely recommend you to others. Thanks again. Kind regards.
Tommy Passade

August 22, 2020

Hi Kim, Thank you again for a lovely bunch of flowers delivered recently from ordering online. They were fantastic. I wondered if you could possibly give me a price with delivery for some roses, but I need 3 large red, 3 large yellow and 3 large other colour roses you have please with the normal surrounding decorations as per your bunches. Thank you and hope to hear from you soon. Regards, Tommy.

Avery Hill FLORIST

Located in South East London, within the Royal Borough of Greenwich and with some parts under the London Borough of Bexley, a lovely and quaint place can be found called Avery Hill. The name is a spin of the word “caviary” due to a presence of this bird home in the area. Kim-e-fleurs is a local florist with a flower shop located in Sidcup. Avery Hill was first marked in the Ordinance Survey of 1876. It was called Aviary in 1839 and Avery in 1847. The name Aviary Hill was later given to an Italianate mansion built in 1890. This mansion became a teachers training center until 1906. It then became a part of the University of Greenwich.

There are many ways to get to Avery Hill from London. It is approximately 42 minutes by train and about 50 minutes by bus and on top of that North Rail services the area. Using a private car, it is only less than 25 minutes from London. Falconwood borders Avery Hill to the north, Sidcup to the south east and Blackfen to the east. A same day flower delivery can be made from Kim-e-fleurs, a florist situated in Sidcup. The proximity assures that fresh flowers reach the destination fast.

The Avery Hill House was built in 1891 by John Thomas North known as the nitrate king. North amassed this wealth from Chile and he poured his wealth to the building of the Avery Hill House. When North died, the house and its 86 acres was acquired by the London County Council and opened to the public in 1903. The name was changed to Avery Hill Park. This park is a public one with open access to anyone who would like to enjoy the beautiful nature. The park is open all throughout the year excluding Christmas Day and New Years Day. Avery Hill Park is where the Winter Garden can be found. This is the second largest glasshouse of Victorian design in the United Kingdom. The Winter Garden has an extensive array of extensive gardens that would be a delight to any visitor. Avery Park flowers by Kim-e-fleurs often adorn the mansion during special events.

The University of Greenwich is an ideal school due to its high-quality teaching, sporting facilities and accommodation for students. It is only 30 minutes from Central London making it convenient for students who live in the metropolis. The university is surrounded by green grass and trees making it conducive to study. Nursing, medicine, and social work are the more popular coursed offered by the University of Greenwich.

A visit to the Avery Hill Park might get you excited to see more green spaces. Eltham is also located in the Royal Borough of Greenwich and within the historic county of Kent. This place is part of the areas where Kim-e-fleur offers same day flower delivery. Visitors can find the Green Chain Walks signposts around the footpaths and run links. Eltham is a place full of green parklands, woodland, and fields. The town center is a hub of activity. Visitors can find restaurants, pubs, and other commercial stores. Students, faculty, and administration from the University of Greenwich usually converge to unwind at Eltham.

Look no further than Sidcup for brilliant blooms that are uniquely arranged by Avery Hill florists. No need to worry about delivery too since it will be taken care of. Fresh and amazing flowers can be ordered from Kim-e-fleurs based in Sidcup. This Avery Hill flower shop also has same day delivery. Check the website or call us (020 3633 9132) for more information.

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