How to buy and arrange flowers like an expert

Now that we are spending more and more time in our homes, it should be your sanctuary. This is a topic that much of our flower community loves to discuss: How can you effortlessly brighten up a room? A place that brings you joy, that welcomes you, and those you love, home… Your home decor should be able to shift and change to always reflect who you are… Impossible? Not if you follow our simple suggestions.

Creating your home decor canvas

Choosing the right colours for the walls, doors and floors can give you endless possibilities.

We see your walls as an opportunity to create a clean canvas upon which you can paint your personality. We suggest choosing a shade of white for your walls and large surfaces, such as closets. Elle Decor agrees, saying “90% White, 10% Color” will be on-trend for 2020! White opens up the space you are in and gives the perception of light and size.

How to buy and arrange flowers like an expert

There is a fair amount of disagreement amongst industry leaders on what to expect in 2020… But they all seem to agree that black has swept into home decor from the fashion world! Search Pinterest for “Home Decor” and one of the first things you will see is black for interior doors. In keeping with our goal of keeping things clean, black is a great companion for your white walls.

As opposed to carpeting, Elle Decor also mentions a trend to light flooring… “In shades of birch, beachy white and light oak, these floors reflect more light…” Woods and laminates “warm up” a room, and are easy to clean and maintain.

Whether your personality calls for overstuffed comfortable couches or minimalist sharp-edged furnishings, stick to neutral colors. Neutral doesn’t have to be colorless. According to Homedit, “In-home decor, neutral means light to medium colors that work nicely with other colors. That means that most neutrals have different colored undertones like grey, blue, yellow, brown, and green.All of the above creates the perfect canvas for you to create and update your home decor whenever the urge strikes… with very little effort, for very little money.

Home decor basics

Explore the essentials to making your home with pieces that can elevate any space.

Home decor basics that can begin to add the initial touches of who you are include mirrors, light fixtures, blinds or sheer curtains, and bedding. While these should remain white or neutral, the choice of patterns or frames begin to stamp your personality on to the rooms.

Your home decor palette

It’s time to decorate with a splash or color or patterns that convey your personality.

Your canvas is ready, now you need to choose your palette! We mention above that Elle Decor says 10% color to your 90% white… Besides reflecting your personality, colors can affect your mood and the feeling of a room. So consider your colors and the rooms you use them in carefully.

Your home decor should be able to shift to reflect who you are and provide you sanctuary and joy… Impossible? Not if you follow our simple suggestions…

There is endless information out there on the psychology of color. You can create a space that not only suits your style, but actively brings you peace and joy!

Home decor details

When it comes to decorating your home, the devil is in the details.

Pillows, throws, full curtains, towels, art, books, bedside lamps, photo frames, crockery, vases… Use the palette you’ve chosen and splash it or carefully place it throughout your waiting rooms. If you fall in love with the Pantone color of the year, these details are simple and affordable enough to change! The canvas you create allows for you to move with the current trends…

Cool down in the Summer by going minimalist with metallic finishes… Bring warmth and life indoors with geometrics and tribal prints when Fall arrives… Embrace Winter Hygge by replacing your bright pillows and throws with fluffy, soft, or thick knits. And as Spring sneaks in, splash light happy colors everywhere…

Home decor the finishing touch…

Flowers can bring it all together and let your decor make any room bloom.

And always, no matter what the weather, have fresh flowers in your carefully chosen vases. Flowers bring every room to life and some can tell the story of the seasons. A small bouquet on your bedside table… The perfect arrangement for the dining room… A brightly beautiful array greeting you as you open your front door. All with no effort from you if you simply sign up for one of our Enjoy Flower subscriptions

How to buy and arrange flowers like an expert

You can bring sophistication and class by entrusting floral experts to design exclusive bouquets filled with premium blooms just for you… Or you can bring fun farm fresh bouquets full of seasonal delights. If you want to create your very own arrangements, you can even sign up for our DIY flower Subscription with beautiful bundles of loose stems.

Want to know more about home decor? Join our Facebook group and get in the conversation. Out community shares tips, tricks and inspiration on how to elevate your home with DIY projects.

How to buy and arrange flowers like an expert

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A bouquet of fresh flowers can instantly transform a space. Whether it’s a pretty posy of pastel shades or a blooming bunch bursting with bright colours, flowers are a great way to add an element of natural beauty. Luckily, you don’t need to be a professional to create exquisite arrangements. Follow our tips and tricks on how to style your own flower bouquet like an expert.

1. Choose Your Blooms

First, select your flowers. Those that are in season will be less expensive and will naturally feel right for the time of year. Check out this guide to see when South African flowers are in season. Then, choose your blooms according to their colour – you can either create a mixture of complementary colours and varieties or decide on one. Greenery also adds texture and colour so be sure to get some for adding at the end.

2. Pick a Vase

Your vase will depend on the size and arrangement of your flowers. Are you planning to create a large bouquet for the dining room with long stems, or a smaller, more romantic posy for the bathroom vanity? A good guide is to balance width and height by making your bouquet about one and a half times taller than its holder.

3. Primp and Prune

Take some time to remove any thorns or leaves that will touch the water in the vase. This stops harmful bacteria from entering the water and reducing the lifespan of your flowers. Then, cut each stem at a 45-degree angle about an inch from the bottom using a good pair of scissors or garden shears (you may have to cut them shorter depending on your vase and arrangement). This ensures that your flowers absorb water better.

4. Add Water

Pour clean water into your vase and add any flower food that you may have gotten with your flowers. If you don’t have any, add a few drops of bleach to kill off bacteria, as well as a teaspoon of sugar.

5. Arrange Your Flowers

There are two ways to style your own flower bouquet. You could start by adding the largest flowers first, or by adding the type of flower with the highest quantity. This makes it easier to create a balanced bouquet. Work in a circle, turning the vase as you go to make sure the arrangement looks symmetrical.

6. Layer Up

Add the next variety of flower to the bouquet and repeat this process until all flowers have been added. Crisscross their stems as you go because this lifts some of the flowers and creates volume in the middle of the bouquet. It also helps you fit everything into the vase. Lastly, add the flowers with the least quantity.

7. Add Finishing Touches

Finish the arrangement by adding your greenery, grasses, berries, or any other finishing touches. Lastly… to help your roses open more quickly, blow into the centre of the bud as this helps the rose to breathe and extends the width of the bloom. Keep your flowers away from intense sunlight and heating vents and on every second day, recut the stems and add fresh water.

Compiled by Food and Decor Editor, Claire Badenhorst

How to buy and arrange flowers like an expert

As the food and decor editor of Woman&Home, Claire enjoys nothing more than eating great food in beautiful locations. In a perfect world, she would travel for a living and have a Lord of the Rings marathon every weekend.

How to buy and arrange flowers like an expert

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A bouquet of fresh flowers can instantly transform a space. Whether it’s a pretty posy of pastel shades or a blooming bunch bursting with bright colours, flowers are a great way to add an element of natural beauty. Luckily, you don’t need to be a professional to create exquisite arrangements. Follow our tips and tricks on how to style your own flower bouquet like an expert.

1. Choose Your Blooms

First, select your flowers. Those that are in season will be less expensive and will naturally feel right for the time of year. Check out this guide to see when South African flowers are in season. Then, choose your blooms according to their colour – you can either create a mixture of complementary colours and varieties or decide on one. Greenery also adds texture and colour so be sure to get some for adding at the end.

2. Pick a Vase

Your vase will depend on the size and arrangement of your flowers. Are you planning to create a large bouquet for the dining room with long stems, or a smaller, more romantic posy for the bathroom vanity? A good guide is to balance width and height by making your bouquet about one and a half times taller than its holder.

3. Primp and Prune

Take some time to remove any thorns or leaves that will touch the water in the vase. This stops harmful bacteria from entering the water and reducing the lifespan of your flowers. Then, cut each stem at a 45-degree angle about an inch from the bottom using a good pair of scissors or garden shears (you may have to cut them shorter depending on your vase and arrangement). This ensures that your flowers absorb water better.

4. Add Water

Pour clean water into your vase and add any flower food that you may have gotten with your flowers. If you don’t have any, add a few drops of bleach to kill off bacteria, as well as a teaspoon of sugar.

5. Arrange Your Flowers

There are two ways to style your own flower bouquet. You could start by adding the largest flowers first, or by adding the type of flower with the highest quantity. This makes it easier to create a balanced bouquet. Work in a circle, turning the vase as you go to make sure the arrangement looks symmetrical.

6. Layer Up

Add the next variety of flower to the bouquet and repeat this process until all flowers have been added. Crisscross their stems as you go because this lifts some of the flowers and creates volume in the middle of the bouquet. It also helps you fit everything into the vase. Lastly, add the flowers with the least quantity.

7. Add Finishing Touches

Finish the arrangement by adding your greenery, grasses, berries, or any other finishing touches. Lastly… to help your roses open more quickly, blow into the centre of the bud as this helps the rose to breathe and extends the width of the bloom. Keep your flowers away from intense sunlight and heating vents and on every second day, recut the stems and add fresh water.

Compiled by Food and Decor Editor, Claire Badenhorst

How to buy and arrange flowers like an expert

As the food and decor editor of Woman&Home, Claire enjoys nothing more than eating great food in beautiful locations. In a perfect world, she would travel for a living and have a Lord of the Rings marathon every weekend.

ARRANGING blooms is a real skill, says Alan, but here’s how to do it like an expert

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We all love to bring a spot of vegetation indoors for Christmas, so even if you’re not normally one for cut blooms, now is a good time to pick up some tricks of the flower-arranger’s trade.

Keeping cut flowers happy

Cut flowers from a florist may have been pre-treated to make them last as long as possible, but they are still out of water while you take them home. Unwrap them straight away, snip an inch off the base of each stem, then stand them in a deep bucket of water for an hour before arranging them.

Flowers bought from a garage or market stall aren’t usually pre-treated so they need a bit more help to rehydrate. Cut two inches from the base of the stems and leave them standing up to their necks in water overnight.

If you cut flowers or foliage from your own garden, take a bucket of water with you and stand the stems in it as soon as you cut them. If you can’t arrange them straight away, they’ll keep for a day or more in their bucket in a shed or cool room indoors.

What should I stand them in?

Keep vases clean and rinse out with diluted bleach after every use, to kill bacteria that would otherwise clog the stems and prevent water uptake. If you’re short on vases you can use jugs, glasses, storage jars or bowls. Even jam jars can work well if you stand them in a basket.

How should I arrange them?

Jugs and other narrow-necked containers are easy to work with because the flowers will stand up without support, provided you pack them in quite snugly. Simply arrange your blooms informally in one hand and then, when you have enough to fill the jug, snip the stems to length and pop them in.

For wide, deep containers such as bowls, use green floral foam (oasis) to support flowers with stiffish stems. Working with a dry block, carve it to fit the base of your container, then immerse it in a bucket of water with a weight on top for an hour, so it gets a thorough soaking.

Meanwhile attach a pin holder (like a miniature bed of nails) to the bottom of the bowl with blobs of adhesive clay (both items are available from florists), then push the oasis down on to the pins to secure it. Finally push the ends of the stems down into the foam (they will stick better if you cut them on a slant).

Wide, shallow containers, such as dishes, work best with floral foam held in place by criss-crossing florist’s tape over the top of the block and round under the container. Use a ring of leaves round the edge to hide the floral foam, and position flowers to conceal the tape.

For deep, wide-necked containers, such as traditional vases or storage jars, stand a large, heavy pin holder in the base, fixed firmly by three blobs of adhesive clay, and spear thicker stems on to the points to hold them in place. This works best for flowers and foliage with thick, woody stems, including chrysanths and roses. Alternatively, scrunch up chicken wire in the jar and push stems carefully through the mesh.

Aftercare

Fill vases almost to the rim with water; add a dose of cut flower feed (from florists), which also contains a bactericide to prevent the water turning green and smelly. Top up water levels regularly and keep the display going by replacing individual flowers or stems as they flop over.

How to buy and arrange flowers like an expertCut evergreen foliage and branches of winter-flowering shrubs [GETTY]

Plant of the week: Yew

Evergreens of any kind are invaluable over the festive season for wreaths and as foliage for arrangements, but yew (Taxus baccata) is one of the very best as its leaves are small and needle-like and its young stems soft and pliable. But yew is also very versatile in the garden.

It’s a classic for hedging and not just for grand country homes. However, all yew is poisonous, so never plant alongside fields that house livestock.

What to do in the garden this week

Cut evergreen foliage and branches of winter-flowering shrubs, plus any flowers to use in flower arrangements. Assess what fresh veg you have in the garden or allotment and work out what else you’ll need to order in so that it’s ready to collect in Christmas week.

Snip home-grown microgreens and herbs as needed to use in salads, garnishes, canapes and sandwiches.

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Just Flowers Inc. has been serving our loyal customers for over 16 years. Privately owned and operated, we have provided flower delivery to thousands satisfied customers all over the nation and internationally. We have developed a long success record and the systems to deliver your flower arrangement orders in the fashion you have requested. With our preferred gift basket vendors and floral suppliers worldwide you can experience the highest level of service and satisfaction while ordering online. We at Just Flowers are committed to providing exceptional service to our customers. We understand how important your order is as it represents you either personally or professionally, so we place highest priority on our orders.

We respect your business and will do our best to build long term relationships with our customers. There is nothing more important to us than your satisfaction from bringing smiles to your loved ones when you use the universal language of flowers. The beauty of a flower arrangement will last for many days leaving a long lasting memory of your gift that comes from the bottom of your heart.

You can call or contact us any time if you need help making your selection and our trained specialists will guide you through the flower selection process and help you get the message out to make that event as special as possible. All transactions are secure and require just a minute or two ones you make a choice. We are working continuously on improving our site and service usability, simplifying the process more and more. If you need help and have to speak to us, don’t hesitate, pick up the phone and call us today.

You can say many different things with the universal language of flower such as “Happy Birthday!”, Get well soon!”, “Miss you” and many more. You can choose many different types of flowers such as simply roses, daisies, lilies or plants, gift baskets, bears and balloons. In case you have to encourage someone or say “Good bye” to a dear friend or a family member, we have a wide selection of sympathy and get well flowers. During different seasons different flowers resonate with your recipient and we adjust our selection based on that time of the year, whether it’s autumn, summer, spring or Christmas time.

31+ How To Make Small Flower Arrangements For Tables Background. This fruit flower arrangement will make a wonderful statement coming into your home. This is especially relevant when you are making the arrangement for a special occasion, such as a wedding, anniversary, or special birthday party.

How to buy and arrange flowers like an expertMake This Spring Flower Arrangement In 3 Easy Steps Sanctuary Home Decor Small Flower Arrangements Spring Flower Arrangements Flower Arrangements Diy from i.pinimg.com With a few helpful tips from these pros, not only will i too be able to arrange flowers (almost) like an expert, but i also have discovered how to let the flowers be my guides and allow my arrangements to grow wild. Combine a mason jar and some peonies, and voila, a gorgeous centerpiece, or an accent floral arrangement perfect to put on an end table. All you need to do is keep these to make sure the flowers stay in place, create a grid of floral tape over the mouth of the vase.

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A small garden with a pretty pond. In your next arrangement begin to make these principles work. These ten compositions from nearly a decade of flower magazine show how to make floral arrangements that continue to inspire our staff and readers. Flower arrangements can be in any design from simple to ornate and made from almost any flower.

From formal arrangements fit to grace a wedding table at a reception to simple, sweet arrangements for summertime parties a grouping of tall flowers with small blossoms including daisies and carnations is tucked into a vintage milk jug.

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Several small clusters or single small roses and buds of the same color pink.

Sammy’s materials include a small watering can, a deep serving bowl in opaque white from are you wondering how to take care of cut flowers?

Given posies have short stems, susi recommends featuring them in a small vase or using household items like cups, cute bowls and jars.

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Flowers that are long and with a long stem like tulips are used for the stems of the flower are cut short so that it sits inside the base.

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Make an arrangement for a friend.

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Combine a mason jar and some peonies, and voila, a gorgeous centerpiece, or an accent floral arrangement perfect to put on an end table.

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A guide to choosing flowers above:

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You don’t have to be a pro to make something beautiful. But you can get a few pointers from a pro. We sat down with our head floral designer, Hernando Salazar, an industry veteran who’s designed floral arrangements for the likes of Tiffany & Co., Cartier and Vogue Magazine, and learned the basic principles of how to arrange flowers so beautifully, you’ll want them to sit on your dresser forever… or at least until your new Enjoy Flower arrangement arrives at your doorstep. Go inside our conversation.
Enjoy Flowers: What’s are some of the first things a beginner should consider when arranging flowers?

A/ Floral design is more about an attention to detail and less about the type of flowers.Stick to the same color scheme when choosing flowers for your bouquet, focus on the size of the flower arrangement in relation to the vase and always be aware of the space that the flower arrangement will occupy, to give it a proper shape.

Enjoy Flowers: How should we go about choosing colors when it comes to our arrangements?

A/ The most important thing is to identify the main color in your living space (or table or room decorations) where the flower arrangement will be located and based on that decor, you should choose colors that radiate the contrast and highlight the flowers in relation to the room. For example, white roses or daisies in a room full of dark furniture will instantly draw attention to the bouquet as well as dramatic design.

Enjoy Flowers: Which kinds of flowers tend to pair really well together?

A/ There is not a specific rule for this. I think you should keep in mind the most important principle: if you have the right colors, you will be able to create multiple combinations for your arrangements.

Enjoy Flowers: Can you describe how to create a simple bouquet with one kind of flowers? How about with two kinds of flowers?

A/ To create a bouquet from 1,2, 3 or any number of flowers varieties, the simplest way is to start with the spiral technique, which consists of putting one flower above other in a circular manner. You can learn this technique watching Enjoy Flowers DIY videos. This technique helps maintain an even bouquet when many flowers of different sizes and shapes are being molded into one group.

Enjoy Flowers: How would you recommend arranging flowers with long stems when you have a short small vase?

A/ First you should arrange your bouquet and once it is finished, you should cut the stems to the length you need according to your vase. It all depends on the type of vase you are using, for short and wide ones, a rule of thumb ( so to speak) I try to follow is to always cut the stems so that the outside flowers are flush with the rim of the vase, this gives you a more compact arrangement. For longer ones you want a looser form, try to leave the stems longer than the rim of the vase, but not to a point that they look disorganized. You can refer to this how-to video on using multiple types of flowers for one bouquet.

Enjoy Flowers: Are there any easy ways to make an arrangement look unique or special?

A/ The easiest way is to use the spiral method, as shown in Enjoy Flowers DIY videos, try to use small vases, and try to make them compact, also try to mix a couple of varieties so you can obtain similar looks in respect to color and texture.

Enjoy Flowers: How do you make an arrangement stand out?

A/ It starts with proper flower maintenance because essential it’s about showing off that fresh arrangements to all of your guests, or just to yourself when you enter a room. Proper flower care includes: changing the water and trimming the stems as often as you can, adding the flower food that you receive with your bouquet and not exposing them directly to the sunlight.

Follow Hernando Salazar designs and events on his company’s website, Instagram and Facebook Pages.

Now that we are spending more and more time in our homes, it should be your sanctuary. This is a topic that much of our flower community loves to discuss: How can you effortlessly brighten up a room? A place that brings you joy, that welcomes you, and those you love, home… Your home decor should be able to shift and change to always reflect who you are… Impossible? Not if you follow our simple suggestions.

Creating your home decor canvas

Choosing the right colours for the walls, doors and floors can give you endless possibilities.

We see your walls as an opportunity to create a clean canvas upon which you can paint your personality. We suggest choosing a shade of white for your walls and large surfaces, such as closets. Elle Decor agrees, saying “90% White, 10% Color” will be on-trend for 2020! White opens up the space you are in and gives the perception of light and size.

How to buy and arrange flowers like an expert

There is a fair amount of disagreement amongst industry leaders on what to expect in 2020… But they all seem to agree that black has swept into home decor from the fashion world! Search Pinterest for “Home Decor” and one of the first things you will see is black for interior doors. In keeping with our goal of keeping things clean, black is a great companion for your white walls.

As opposed to carpeting, Elle Decor also mentions a trend to light flooring… “In shades of birch, beachy white and light oak, these floors reflect more light…” Woods and laminates “warm up” a room, and are easy to clean and maintain.

Whether your personality calls for overstuffed comfortable couches or minimalist sharp-edged furnishings, stick to neutral colors. Neutral doesn’t have to be colorless. According to Homedit, “In-home decor, neutral means light to medium colors that work nicely with other colors. That means that most neutrals have different colored undertones like grey, blue, yellow, brown, and green.All of the above creates the perfect canvas for you to create and update your home decor whenever the urge strikes… with very little effort, for very little money.

Home decor basics

Explore the essentials to making your home with pieces that can elevate any space.

Home decor basics that can begin to add the initial touches of who you are include mirrors, light fixtures, blinds or sheer curtains, and bedding. While these should remain white or neutral, the choice of patterns or frames begin to stamp your personality on to the rooms.

Your home decor palette

It’s time to decorate with a splash or color or patterns that convey your personality.

Your canvas is ready, now you need to choose your palette! We mention above that Elle Decor says 10% color to your 90% white… Besides reflecting your personality, colors can affect your mood and the feeling of a room. So consider your colors and the rooms you use them in carefully.

Your home decor should be able to shift to reflect who you are and provide you sanctuary and joy… Impossible? Not if you follow our simple suggestions…

There is endless information out there on the psychology of color. You can create a space that not only suits your style, but actively brings you peace and joy!

Home decor details

When it comes to decorating your home, the devil is in the details.

Pillows, throws, full curtains, towels, art, books, bedside lamps, photo frames, crockery, vases… Use the palette you’ve chosen and splash it or carefully place it throughout your waiting rooms. If you fall in love with the Pantone color of the year, these details are simple and affordable enough to change! The canvas you create allows for you to move with the current trends…

Cool down in the Summer by going minimalist with metallic finishes… Bring warmth and life indoors with geometrics and tribal prints when Fall arrives… Embrace Winter Hygge by replacing your bright pillows and throws with fluffy, soft, or thick knits. And as Spring sneaks in, splash light happy colors everywhere…

Home decor the finishing touch…

Flowers can bring it all together and let your decor make any room bloom.

And always, no matter what the weather, have fresh flowers in your carefully chosen vases. Flowers bring every room to life and some can tell the story of the seasons. A small bouquet on your bedside table… The perfect arrangement for the dining room… A brightly beautiful array greeting you as you open your front door. All with no effort from you if you simply sign up for one of our Enjoy Flower subscriptions

How to buy and arrange flowers like an expert

You can bring sophistication and class by entrusting floral experts to design exclusive bouquets filled with premium blooms just for you… Or you can bring fun farm fresh bouquets full of seasonal delights. If you want to create your very own arrangements, you can even sign up for our DIY flower Subscription with beautiful bundles of loose stems.

Want to know more about home decor? Join our Facebook group and get in the conversation. Out community shares tips, tricks and inspiration on how to elevate your home with DIY projects.

Fresh Flower Delivery by Local Florist – Express Flower Delivery Service

Just Flowers Inc. has been serving our loyal customers for over 16 years. Privately owned and operated, we have provided flower delivery to thousands satisfied customers all over the nation and internationally. We have developed a long success record and the systems to deliver your flower arrangement orders in the fashion you have requested. With our preferred gift basket vendors and floral suppliers worldwide you can experience the highest level of service and satisfaction while ordering online. We at Just Flowers are committed to providing exceptional service to our customers. We understand how important your order is as it represents you either personally or professionally, so we place highest priority on our orders.

We respect your business and will do our best to build long term relationships with our customers. There is nothing more important to us than your satisfaction from bringing smiles to your loved ones when you use the universal language of flowers. The beauty of a flower arrangement will last for many days leaving a long lasting memory of your gift that comes from the bottom of your heart.

You can call or contact us any time if you need help making your selection and our trained specialists will guide you through the flower selection process and help you get the message out to make that event as special as possible. All transactions are secure and require just a minute or two ones you make a choice. We are working continuously on improving our site and service usability, simplifying the process more and more. If you need help and have to speak to us, don’t hesitate, pick up the phone and call us today.

You can say many different things with the universal language of flower such as “Happy Birthday!”, Get well soon!”, “Miss you” and many more. You can choose many different types of flowers such as simply roses, daisies, lilies or plants, gift baskets, bears and balloons. In case you have to encourage someone or say “Good bye” to a dear friend or a family member, we have a wide selection of sympathy and get well flowers. During different seasons different flowers resonate with your recipient and we adjust our selection based on that time of the year, whether it’s autumn, summer, spring or Christmas time.