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For more information about the specific areas we offer same day flower delivery to, please click on the city or area of interest below:
Florist Delivered: We deliver to almost all of the United States and Canada. Same-day delivery of flowers is available if your order is received by 12:00 PM in the recipient's time zone Monday through Friday for florist-delivered flowers. For orders received after 12:30 PM we will try our best to get your order delivered the same day, otherwise your order will be delivered the following day. Delivery is unavailable on Sunday.
Specific Times: We will do our best to accommodate the delivery request for a specific time, but we cannot guarantee it, normally we are able to deliver within a time frame of a few hours if requested. Our normal delivery times are from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM for orders going to a business, 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM for orders going to a residence, hotel, or a hospital, and 2:00 PM for orders going to a high school.
Delivery Policy for Funerals: Funerals are our top priority, if your order is for a funeral service, our policy is to call the funeral home or church and verify the service time and we will deliver before the viewing/service time. If you have ordered too late to make the funeral service, we will call you and let you know quickly, so that you can send something appropriate for the family's residence.
High Schools: Usually high schools do not accept deliveries for the students; please try to send any orders going to the students at their residence.
PO Boxes: We are unable to deliver flowers to a PO Box or an A.P.O address.
Rural Routes and Remote Locations: We may not be able to deliver to very remote areas or some rural locations; if we are unable to deliver to a remote location we will contact you by phone immediately.
Incorrect Address: If the recipient's address is incorrect and we have attempted the delivery, we will charge you $10.00 redelivery charge, if you would like to change the delivery address after placing the order, please call us immediately, we will not charge you any additional amount if the address is changed before the delivery is attempted.
Holiday Deliveries: To help assure timely deliveries during the busy holiday season, place your order at least one day prior to the following major holidays: New Year's Day, Valentine's Day, Easter, Administrative Professionals Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day. The orders will be processed on a first come first serve basis.
Our business is closed on Sundays and the following holidays: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day.
Q: Is it true that flowers are good for your health?
A: According to Dr. Andrew Weil, a noted health expert and author of 8 Weeks to Optimum Health, flowers are important to our sense of well-being and possess a holistic quality. Flower essences are prominent in the practice of aromatherapy.
Q: What do I need to know if I am ordering flowers for a hospital?
A: The most important information to be aware of is the hospital name and the patient name, the room number (if possible), and the delivery date. It would also be helpful if you knew the patient’s release date and the hospital’s policy regarding flower deliveries. Some hospitals prohibit flowers in certain areas such as intensive care. Items such as balloons and fruits are also prohibited from certain hospitals and sections.
Q: Is it okay to wait and send flowers once someone has returned home from the hospital?
A: Yes. It is much more common today for patients to recover from illness and injury at home due to rising hospital costs. Patients look forward to the comfort and convenience of their home and flowers are a great way to let someone know you are thinking of them during this time.
Q: Is it appropriate to send flowers to someone who is just sick in bed or feeling down?
A: Absolutely. Flowers could be the best medicine in lifting someone’s spirits or speeding up a recovery whether they are under the weather or having a bad day.
Q: What is the best style for a funeral arrangement? How do I order a "special" design?
A: Highly personalized sympathy tributes depicting an aspect of a person’s life are very popular. If he loved the outdoors, perhaps a funeral piece including branches and natural materials would be best. If she was a gardener, maybe a tribute with a collection of garden flowers would be best. The key to ordering a unique design is to give the florist a few hints about the deceased or about yourself.
Q: If the death notice mentions a charitable donation is it still appropriate to send flowers?
A: Flowers help say what is often difficult to express. This is why it is always appropriate and in good taste to send an arrangement. It adds warmth to the service and provides the emotional support so important to the family at this time.
Q: Is it appropriate to send flowers to the family’s home?
A: Sending flowers to the home is a thoughtful way to express your condolences. While some people choose to send flowers to the home immediately, others prefer to wait a week or longer. In the weeks after the service, sending flowers can be a comforting gesture that you haven’t forgotten.
Q: If several of us want to send flowers together, how do we sign our names so that the family knows how to thank us?
A: There should be room on the enclosure card for several names; however, if there are more than a few, it is best to sign the card as a group, such as "Your Friends in Shipping" or "The Jones Family". It is also wise to include a contact name and address on the card so the family can properly thank you.
Q: What is appropriate to send for a cremation?
A: A tastefully designed floral tribute adds beauty to any type of memorial. Families usually have a piece made especially for display next to the urn. Florists in many areas may have specific suggestions for arrangements.