Foxgloves Flowers

Foxgloves Flowers Location

Foxgloves Flowers, now located in a private studio setting in Victoria, BC, Canada, is an independent European design oriented flower shop.  With a keen eye for detail and stunning design, we pride ourselves on using only the choicest blooms available.

All orders, large and small, are treated with the utmost discretion and care, and are hand delivered directly to the recipients.

Foxgloves History

Established over thirty years ago in the main floor of a house on Windsor Avenue, Foxgloves gained a reputation of providing creative arrangements using only the highest quality product.

From this location, Foxgloves was moved to the Athalone Court on Hampshire into a retail outlet.  At that time, Foxgloves Flowers was called “Foxgloves-The Oak Bay Flower Shop”.

Foxgloves had many successful years at this location, and in 1996 the owner at the time split the name of the shop and brought Foxgloves into the downtown market at G4 1001 Douglas in Sussex Place.

In 2001 Foxgloves Flowers was purchased by the present owner, Colleen O’Farrell, and moved, once again, to “Lower Johnson” in the heart of old town Victoria.

Nine years later, in the spring of 2010, Colleen moved Foxgloves back to its roots and into a private studio setting. Still focusing on the day-to-day telephone and internet orders, corporate and wedding events, Foxgloves has new life in its fresh new location.

The shop still boasts a reputation for creative and unusual design and the highest standards of bloom quality.

For order pick up, or for scheduled consultation, please visit us at our private studio at 2825 Heath Drive, Victoria BC. To order, or book your private consultation, call 250-386-4741 or email

Delivery Radius

Our delivery radius encompasses the greater Victoria area, up to and including:

  • Sidney
  • Sooke
  • Colwood
  • Langford
  • Oak Bay
  • Gordon Head
  • Royal Oak
  • View Royal
  • James Bay
  • Fairfield
  • Saanich
  • Central Saanich
  • Brentwood Bay
  • Esquimalt
  • Vic West
  • Highlands
  • Saanichton
  • North Saanich
  • and, of course, downtown Victoria proper.


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