Question: How Do Flowers Get Shipped?

When a customer buys a bouquet from other online flower companies, they may be shipped in a cardboard box via UPS or FedEx.

When flowers arrive in a box your recipient has to do the work of assembling their own arrangement.

The stems and vase are packed separately in the box.

How do you ship fresh flowers?

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How do you get flowers delivered?

If you need to get a gift last-minute, we have same-day flower delivery available on most flower arrangements. Just place your order before 3:00 PM, Monday – Friday, or by 12:00 PM on Saturday or Sunday (in your recipient’s time zone) and we’ll deliver the flowers the very same day!

How much does it cost to ship flowers?

Florist Price Comparisons

Price Shown on Flower ArrangementLocal Delivery Charge
Your Local Florist$50$5
FTD.com florist.com$55included in price of flowers
teleflora.com$55included in price of flowers
justflowers.com Flower.com virtualflowers.com$55included in price of flowers

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How do you package a plant for shipping?

If you are sending plants through mail that are potted, use bubble wrap to protect the pot and the roots. A collar of cardboard over the soil and around the base of the plant, followed by a plastic bag closed around the base of the plant will help keep the soil in the container.

Can you mail fresh flowers?

Sending fresh flowers in the mail is possible. Fresh cut flowers are an ideal gift to send for any occasion, be it Mother’s Day, Easter or a birthday. Florists do ship fresh flowers through the mail, and you can too, using a few simple packing techniques.

Can I send flowers through Amazon?

Amazon.com offers a range of floral gifts and beautiful bouquets that you can have delivered to any recipient. Whether your gift recipient has a preference for petunias, a love of lilies, or a fascination with freshly cut zinnias, you’ll find a wide selection to choose from.