Aldi is selling dried flower bouquets for £29.99 – and we’re obsessed

The dried flower trend has been around for a while now, but we’re still 100% here – just browse 2.9 million Dried Flower Insta Tags to see that. Just add a vase and a boom – you’ve got a super chic new coffee table, hallway console or dresser display with minimal effort. So we love that Aldi is launching its own range bouquets of dried flowers on its website from Thursday July 28.

There are two throat bouquets in the new range – a muted rose and cream bouquet and one in earthy brown and beige tones. They’re both layered with ultra-plush pampas grass, soft bunny tails and pretty white delphiniums, so they’ll make a chunky floral centerpiece for your #shelfie. They’re wrapped in vintage-style brown paper and tied with a delicate blue ribbon, so they’d also make a great gift for your best friend.


Honestly, we love a big beautiful bouquet on our mantel, but dried flowers have credits that fresh flowers can’t claim. For one thing, they can last for years if properly maintained, which means you can negate your expense. fresh flower subscription. In turn, this makes it a much more durable option (FYI, it takes a lot energy to grow cut flowers and ship them to the UK).

To care for dried flowers, keep them out of direct sunlight so they don’t wilt – and don’t put them in water (obviously, since they aren’t fresh, they won’t don’t need to be watered to stay beautiful). If they get dusty, clean them quickly with your hair dryer on low heat.

aldi dried flowers


Aldi isn’t the first place we think of when it comes to buying flowers, but again, the Specialbuy aisle continues to delight and surprise us in the best way (uh, remember the clothing line modeled by Tommy Fury?). So we’re here to embrace it – especially when the bouquets are around £20 cheaper than similar options from B&W. We’ll take one of each, please!

You can grab one (or two) of Aldi’s dried flower bouquets on its website from Thursday 28.

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