With Valentine’s Day approaching like a big love-filled beast on the horizon, Glasgow’s lovers are scrambling round to find roses for their loving partner or victim of their affections.

Glasgow was recently named as the city that leaves Valentine’s Day shopping until the very last minute - so here’s where you can buy your last minute flowers for the one you love, or broadly like.

Morrisons Barrack Street - red and rainbow roses

This Valentine’s Day, Morrisons Barrack Street is celebrating all love by launching one of the UK’s most colourful flowers – the Rainbow Rose. 

The super-inclusive Rainbow Rose has been designed so that anyone can give it to anyone else, and is now available in the Morrisons store on Barrack Street. 

The rainbow is used worldwide to symbolise Pride in the LGBTQ+ community. 
Morrisons have partnered with LGBTQ+ youth homeless charity The Albert Kennedy Trust, and 50p per rose sold will be donated to the charity, which provides safe homes and support to young people who identify as lesbian, gay, bi or trans. 

Leonora McMillan, Store Manager at Morrisons says: “We’re stocking rainbow roses this Valentine’s day for the first time. They’ve been designed to celebrate love.”

Morrisons will also be selling red roses for £2 for one and £5 for a dozen. 

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Petals Flowers - 311 Crow Road

The Glasgow florist is offering a broad range of flowers for your Valentine’s needs.

From a boutique single red rose, to bouquets of white roses and lilies - last minute lovers will have a lot to choose from.

If you want to really pull out all the stops, you can put your money where your heart is and buy the ‘Ultimate’ 100 Rose hand tied bouquet.

For a mere £380, you can outdo the rest of Glasgow this corporate romance day.

Blooms - 80 West Nile Street

Glasgow is blooming with love this week in the run-up to Valentine’s day and Blooms also offers a broad range of romantic flowering plant-based gifts.

From gift boxes to a ‘Moonstruck Love Vase’ with Belgian chocolates, you can mix things up this week.

If you want to be more thrifty, and let’s face it, who doesn’t when showing affection, you can buy a Valentine’s Day helium balloon.

Have it floating in a corner, or use it to make your voice high-pitched - we won’t judge.

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