7 Of The Best Flower Markets To Check Out In Hyderabad

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If you love buying fresh flowers but are deterred by their steep prices, fret not! We've found you some of the best flower markets in Hyderabad that sell at wholesale and retail prices so you can get yourself some fresh blooms without burning a hole in your pocket. Most of the ones mentioned here are best visited during early hours of the day, say 5 AM just when the fresh, bulk stocks arrive. The wholesale markets are great if you're shopping for large quantities for special occasions. 

Gudimalkapur Flower Market

Gudimalkapur is your go-to if you'd like to bag flowers at massive wholesale prices. Considered as one of the largest wholesale flower markets in India, most flower vendors in Hyderabad head to Gudimalkapur to pick from the freshest blooms to be sold later during the day. From roses, marigolds, daisies, tulips and some fancier flowers, Gudimalkapur has it all. We recommend heading here between four or five in the morning if you're shopping for an occasion and would like to get flowers in bulk. Aside from loose flowers, they sell garlands as well. 

Monda Market

Situated 500 meters away from the Secunderabad Railway Station, Monda Market is a century old vegetable market in town that bustles with activity every morning as the trucks start unloading fresh fruit, veggies and of course, flowers! You get the basic ones here, and you might even find lilies if you're lucky. They stock garlands, stem cut flowers and flowers for poojas too. You must know that the prices here are slightly higher than your average wholesale market. 

Phool Mandi at Jambagh

The day begins at 4 AM at this fascinating wholesale flower market with trucks offloading some of the most exotic varieties of flowers sourced from the length and breadth of India. The Phool Mandi or Jambagh Flower Market is one of the busiest spots in Moazzam Jahi Market. Head here to shop for fresh flowers on a bargain, aside from the typical finds at Moazzam Jahi like clothes, accessories and ittars (there are some legacy shops that have been around here for a century or more). Like most flower markets, we'll suggest you head there in the mornings, be careful with your belongings and prep mentally for the mad rush. Once done, you always have Famous Ice Cream less than a kilometer away to chill after your shopping spree. 

Osmangunj Flower Market

This flower market can help you assess and change your perspective about how you see flowers in general. The market opens as early as 5 AM, its mood and character changing every few hours in terms of its consumers. You'll get a good bunch of options here, starting from INR 30. As you delve deeper into the market, the prices fall further, the outer shops being most expensive. 

Nagarjuna Circle

If you're ever heading out to Banjara Hills, you may have come across the rows of shops selling cute bouquets at Nagarjuna Circle. The row of 6-7 shops here stock everything from orchids, roses, carnations to other fancy flowers. While they have pre-arranged bouquets here on display, you could also request for stem cut loose ones from their godowns based on your preference. While this isn't a wholesale market per se, the bouquets here start at INR 100, which we think is a bargain if you're ever in a hurry and want to pick up fresh flowers while in the area. Since most of them are retail stores, they open around 10 AM everyday. You can start your shopping from VJ Petals and work your way through the spot. 

KPHB Phase 1 Rythu Bazaar

If you've been around KPHB's swanky new Rythu Bazaar, you may have noticed the lane next to it with rows of flower shops. You can get basics here like roses, marigolds and gerberas, predominantly sold as stem cut flowers for poojas or other occasions. We also found a few garlands here. While you may not find the massive variety like at Gudimalkapur, the market is definitely worth it if you're in the area looking for flowers. 

Kothapet Rythu Bazar

Another flower market connected to a Rythu Bazaar, you can find pooja essentials like loose roses in various colours, marigolds, and jasmines. Mostly, people head here to buy flowers for poojas or during festivals like Bathukamma to shop for loose flowers. The market mostly has retail vendors, so the flowers are priced accordingly.