Our national directory of flower shops and florists make sending flowers to anyone across the street or across the country simple and easy to do. All you need to do is to find a local flower shop and florist in the city or town you would like the flowers delivered to. If no florist exists there, we will list flower shops and florists in other cities and towns that are near or close by. Besides saving money by not having to pay middlemen's fees and charges when you order and buy direct from a local florist, you talk directly to the people who will actually make and deliver your order. Because of this, you will know exactly what is available during the current season and you will know exactly what will be sent.
® lists FTD and Teleflora flower shops and retail stores. We can assist you in finding the florist shop that meets or exceeds your expectations. If you want to send flowers, roses, plants, orchids, fruit baskets, gifts, candy, balloons or silk arrangements, local flower shops have the experience to help you make the proper flower selection.
Flowers convey the most inner thoughts and feelings words cannot. From a birthday, anniversary or wedding gift to a loved one's memorial or funeral, local floral shops can help you say it with flowers.
Place your order as soon as possible from the florist to assure same day delivery. You can enter your order either online through the flower shop's Internet web site or if you need help, use the toll free telephone number of the floral shop. For those florist shops in New London, NC not having a toll free telephone number, a local telephone number with area code is listed.
Flowers are the sweetest things God ever made, and forgot to put a soul into. ~ Henry Beecher
Whatever a man's age, he can reduce it several years by putting a bright-colored flower in his buttonhole. ~ Mark Twain
I'd rather have roses on my table than diamonds on my neck. ~ Emma Goldman
Common Names: Carnation
Description: Flowers are 2 to 3 inches wide on 1- to 2-foot stems. Miniature carnation varieties feature several small flowers on one stem. Colors include white, yellow, pink, red, salmon, fuchsia, deep purple, light green, bi-colors and flecked. The fragrant cut flowers live up to three weeks. Carnations are also popular as potted plants because of their long blooming season.
Common Names: Gypsophila, Gyp, Baby's Breath
Description: Clusters of tiny, double flowers bloom on branching stems 3 to 4 feet tall. White is the most commonly used color; however, it is also available in pale pink, Gypsophila lives up to a week and dries well.
Place your flower order early, especially for holidays. By placing the order a few days ahead of the delivery date, you give the florist the chance to order the product you want if they do not already have it. Additionally, florists usually have a limit to the quantity of orders they can deliver for a particular holiday. By placing your order early, you will make sure you are one of those able to get their orders filled.
Floral designers are very creative individuals. Rather than specifying the precise location of every flower in the arrangement, tell them the overall "look" you want (e.g., round arrangement, loose flowers in a vase, etc.) and let them use their creativity to do something spectacular for you!
Find A Florist In New London, North Carolina (NC) For These Upcoming Holidays:
Valentine's Day - February 14, 2015, Saturday
St. Patrick's Day - March 17, 2015, Tuesday
Easter - April 5, 2015, Sunday
Administrative Professionals Day - April 22, 2015, Wednesday
Mother's Day - May 10, 2015, Sunday
Memorial Day - May 25, 2015, Monday
Father's Day - June 21, 2015, Sunday
Independence Day - July 4, 2015, Saturday
Grandparents Day - September 13, 2015, Sunday
Boss's Day - October 16, 2015, Friday
Sweetest Day - October 17, 2015, Saturday
Halloween - October 31, 2015, Saturday
Call A Local Florist For The Freshest Flowers And Plants To These Zip Codes and Cities:
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