Frequently Asked Questions 

Q: What days and hours are you open?

A: We are open 7 days a week from Tues- Sunday 8 am- 8 pm, Monday 8am- 7pm.

Q: What areas do you deliver to?




Q:Can you deliver at a specific time to a funeral?

A: Please refer to our DELIVERY POLICY.

 Q: Is in-store pick up available for orders purchased online? 

A: Yes pick up is available for online purchases.          

Q: Will my flowers be left if no one is home?

A: Please refer to our DELIVERY POLICY.

Q: Can I get same-day delivery?

A: Yes you can get SAME-DAY delivery.Please refer to our DELIVERY POLICY.

Q: Where do your flowers come from?

A: We order our flowers from wholesalers on the east coast who buy straight from the growers.  Fresh cut varieties you see in shops today are grown all over the world, in South America, Europe, Australia, Africa, and domestic nurseries in California, Florida and other warm climate states in America.

Q: Why does the price of flowers go up during holidays?

A: Like other agriculture markets, the prices of products are largely dictated by supply and demand.  For example, for Valentine’s Day, on average, more than 100 million roses are sold nationwide.  Growers start on their rose crops after Christmas and require additional labor at all levels of production.  Since the holiday falls in the middle of winter there are higher heating costs, and because of the volume of roses additional transportation and delivery are also needed.  Each of these factors contributes to the proportionate cost of flowers during Valentine’s and other major floral holidays.