Isle of Wight Florist
Isle of Wight Florist



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Isle of Wight Florist Flowers by Occasion
Summer Lilly’s in Isle of Wight florist know and understand how flowers can brighten every occasion. Our elegant and seasonal flower arrangements can truly create memories. We offer same-day delivery to ensure the freshest blooms. Our bouquets and special arrangements are perfect for saying Congratulations, Sorry or I love you. Let the flowers convey your message to special people.
Things our Customers Say
Lucy Davis

3 months ago

Amazing wreath making with so much to choose from, and a lovely selection of nibbles and treats to keep us going throughout the evening. Hosted by a lovely, bubbly hostess who just so happens to own the shop – always putting the customer first, a d foing the extra mile to give us the things we needed to finish off our creations!! Thank you!!

Billy Potts

6 months ago

Had a splendid time here the eldest and I went in to get the wife some flowers for no particular reason the lady working in there was very pleasant and easy to have a conversation with while she made my bunch of flowers, she made a nice effort with my 8 year old who can sometimes not be the easiest person to talk to if she doesn’t know you

Denise Colson

Septeber 15, 2020

Hello, Just wanted to let you know how delighted my mum was with the flowers you delivered today (Clatterford Shute) She sent me pictures, and I am so happy with them too. Thankyou so much, I will definitely order from you again in the future.
Kim Prigmore

a year ago

Used for my daughters wedding Outstanding flowers arrangements and Balloon decor – a wonderful service highly recommended. Thank you 🙂


We are happy to serve you here at Summer Lilly’s Isle of Wight Florist. We are conveniently located at Summer Lilly’s Flowers at 115 St. James Street, Newport Isle of Wight.

Summer Lilly has been an established flower shop for over 25 years. Our Isle of Wight florist is well stocked with flowers, plants and gift items that would absolutely be a delight for every visitor.

Our staff is more than willing to assist you in your need for fresh and amazing blooms and creative flower arrangements. We deliver locally throughout the Isle of Wight. For deliveries in other parts of the UK, these will be delivered by our partner florists.

Summer Lilly’s Isle of Wight Florist has a variety of options. Wrapped flowers are the best classic gift but we have vase arrangements as well.

For corporate offices, we can create flower displays to exude a good impression for visitors. We have the experience and skill to complement your company image and brand.

Whether you order from the shop or from the website, the bouquets are fresh, elegant, and always will be graciously delivered. Summer Lilly’s is also available to assist you in every detail of your wedding events to make sure it’s memorable. Click here to browse Summer Lilly’s wedding flowers.

A Little History of Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight is an island located at the south coast of England. This island has a unitary authority under the historic county of Hampshire. It is separated from the English mainland by a strait called The Solent.

The Isle of Wight is diamond-shaped and is 22.5 miles from east to west; 13.5 miles from north to south. Newport is the authority county for the region and the main town
The Romans were the first to come to the Isle of Wight. They named the island ‘Vectis’. The Brading Roman Villa with its intricate mosaics, one of the most awesome sites in the UK, was built during the 1st century AD.
For close to four hundred years, the Romans conquered southern Britain as well as the Isle of Wight. The Romans, however, did not build any town on the island. Instead they made the island into an agricultural centre. There were seven known Roman villas at Brading and Newport excavated and is now open to the public.
For a while the island was ruled by the Jutes after the Romans. The Anglo-Saxons followed. The island was then devastated by the Danes. The Normans finally conquered the island. A motte-and-bailey castle was built at Carisbroke Castle. For fourteen months, King Charles I was imprisoned in this castle. He was executed in 1649.
In 1890, Isle of Wight was separated from Hampshire and became a county. Queen Victoria had a summer home, the Osborne House on the island because she loved being there. This made the island a must-see tourist destination. Her home in the island is still open to visitors today.
Alfred, the Lord Tennyson frequently visited the island. Charles Darwin much spent time in the island when he ‘David Copperfield.’
The Isle of Wight was established in 1890 and the Norman family owned the island until 1293. Wihtwara was the kingdom founded on the island during the Anglo-Saxon settlement of Britain.

The Isle of Wight is the second most populous island in England. In 2018, the island had a population of 141,538. There are an estimated 800,000 households that reside on the island.

The island is a popular tourist destination. The weather in this part of the British Isles is warm and mild. Tourists come due to the luxurious accommodations, coastal scenery, and green landscapes.

There are several holiday resorts such as Freshwater, Ryde, Sandown Shanklin and Ventnor. The economy of the island depends on tourism, boatbuilding, aerospace, plastic, electronics, and marine engineering projects.

Cowes is the main port and is an internationally known yachting centre. The southernmost portion of the island is devoted to agriculture
The south-east towns of Shanklin and Sandown are the most popular places to visit. Newport and Cowes are towns bustling with people and activities. Ryde is a town featured for its fantastic beaches. The tourist attractions are open all throughout the year.
The iconic Needless, known for its multi-coloured sand cliffs, are a row of 3 chalk stacks rising from the sea close to the Alum Bay. They are the most photograph sights in the island. The Isle of Wight is also known as the ‘Dinosaur Island’ because the island has one of the best sites off dinosaur fossils in Europe.

The Island of Wight has an abundance of archaeological and historical sites. The island is rich in prehistoric fossil beds, dinosaur bones, artefacts, utensils, and dwellings from the Bronze Age, Iron Age, and the Roman periods.

To access more information on places to stay, what to do and tourist attractions, go to Isle of Wight website.

Visit Summer Lilly’s Isle of Wight Florist now to enjoy same-day delivery.
We Promise

Flowers by Our Florist

Our florists in Summer Lilly’s Isle of Wight floristpromise to create beautiful bloom arrangements. You can choose from carnations, lilies, tulips, roses, daisies and more. Let us know the occasion and Summer Lilly’s Isle of Wight florists will provide suggestions and arrangement options. We promise to provide you with recommendations that we know will bring happiness and a smile to the receiver.

Guaranteed Fresh and Clean

Whether you order bloom baskets, wrapped flowers or bouquets, we promise and guarantee flower freshness. Our flower suppliers are from local growers and farms. The blooms we have do not sit on our shop window for long. We see to it that freshest stems and best quality blooms are delivered fast. We dispatch your order as soon as it is ready.


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There is no doubt that flowers are one of the most beautiful creations in this Universe. They bring smiles and convey messages that maybe hard to put into words. Each bloom has a meaning and should be treated in a special way. Subscribe to our FLOWER MAGAZINE and get to know more about Summer Lilly’s flowers. Know more about how to care for flowers and be inspired!

Care Tips

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Summer Lilly’s Isle of Wight Florist take extra care to ensure that the flowers delivered are fresh and remain beautiful. Here are some care tips to preserve longevity and enjoyment of the flowers by the recipient. Every bunch of flowers may have different care tips, but such instructions would extend longevity of the blooms.

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