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Lower Hutt Florist delivers fresh flowers to all suburbs in Lower Hutt including Avalon, Belmont, Boulcott, Epuni, Fairfield, Harbour View, Kelson, Manor Park, Melling, Naenae, Pomare, Stokes Valley, Taita, Tirohanga, Wingate, Alicetown, Ava, Gracefield, Korokoro, Maungaraki, Moera, Normandale, Petone, Waiwhetu, Waterloo, Woburn, Parkway, Arakura, Glendale, Homedale, Days Bay, Eastbourne, Lowry Bay, Muritai, Point Howard, Rona Bay and Seaview.

Lower Hutt Florist also delivers to following suburbs of Lower Hutt City: Normandale, Harbour View, Tirohanga, Boulcott, Waterloo, Epuni, Fairfield, Woburn and the surrounding suburbs of Lower Hutt, Lower Hutt City.

Lower Hutt Florist delivers flowers to NZ Hospitals:

Bloomfield Hospital, Boulcott Hospital.

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0508 738 257

From Florist Works Lower Hutt, you can buy flowers online safely and securely, and have your flowers delivered in Lower Hutt and to the surrounding suburbs of Lower Hutt City. Same day flower delivery is available for orders placed before 2 PM Monday to Friday and 10 AM Saturdays. Lower Hutt Florist delivers flowers to Lower Hutt, Lower Hutt City and surrounding suburbs.

Lower Hutt Florist has nearly 300 styles of bouquets and arrangements available to order online. We are continuously updating our flower arrangements to include seasonal flowers and flowers for special occasions such as flowers for Motherís Day.

The city of Lower Hutt is located in the Wellington region of New Zealandís North Island. With a population of over 100,000 citizens, Lower Hutt is the fourth most populous city in the country, and covers an area of over 370 kilometres squared.

Meaning Ďriver of food from the skyí in Maori language, the Awakairangi/ Hutt River flowers through the Lower Hutt region and was named after Sir William Hutt, chairman of the colonisation group the New Zealand Company. The Lower Hutt Parkrun is held at the river, with much of the land adjacent to the river protected.

The main industries within the city of Lower Hutt include meat processing, timber processing and motor vehicle assembly. Lower Hutt is often referred to as the centre of industrial activity in the Wellington area.

Lower Hutt was also used as one of the filming locations for the film series The Lord of The Rings. Dry Creek Quarry was the site of a large medieval castle that was built for the Helms Deep and Minas Tirith scenes. The Hutt River was also chosen to be used for The Great River Anduin, and the Kaitoke National Park was selected as the setting for the elven city of Rinvendell.

A variety of native birds call the city of Lower Hutt home, including the New Zealand pigeon, grey warbler and shining cuckoo. Visitors to the city will also enjoy touring New Zealandís first lighthouse, situated at Pencarrow Head. Lower Hutt is also a popular location for outdoor sports, including hiking, mountain biking and fishing.