Pennsylvania (PA) Florists, Flower Shops & Florist Directory
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.
Locate-A-Flower-Shop.com® lists all of the nation's FTD and Teleflora flower shops and retail stores for you. We can help you choose just the right florist shop for you. It doesn't matter if you want to send flowers, roses, plants, orchids, fruit baskets, gifts, candy, balloons or silk arrangements, local flower shops will be there to guide you in making the best 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.
If you place your order early with the florist, you can be assured of same day delivery. Enter your order online through the flower shop's Internet web site or if you want some assistance, use the toll free telephone number of the floral shop. For those florist shops in York, PA not having a toll free telephone number, a local telephone number along with their area code is listed.
Each flower is a soul opening out to nature. ~ Gerald De Nerval
To be overcome by the fragrance of flowers is a delectable form of defeat. ~ Beverly Nichols
God loved the flowers and invented soil. Man loved the flowers and invented vases. ~ Variation of a saying by Jacques Deval
Common Names: Orchid, Cymbidium, Dendrobium, Oncidium, Cattleya, Phalaenopsis
Description: Throughout the world, more than 17,000 species are known, and varieties vary in size and shape. Oncidium blossoms are 1 1/2 to 1 inch and are usually yellow with orange-red markings. Cattleya blossoms are large, ruffled and usually 5 to 6 inches across in white or purple with contrasting throats. Phalaenopsis have moth- or butterfly-shaped flowers in colors such as white, pink, purple and bicolors. Cymbidium and dendrobium flowers have a butterfly-like shape and are 3 to 4 inches acress. The larger of the two, cymbidiums are white, yellow, green or lavender with pink or red lips, while dendrobiums are often white or lavender.
Common Names: Hydrangea, Hortensia
Description: Four-petaled flowers grow in round clusters that are usually 4 to 8 inches wide. Flowers bloom in white, lavender and pink. While the hydrangea has been a favorite in the garden or landscape for years, it has become a popular cut flower to enhance garden-style arrangements.
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.
If possible, have the telephone number of the recipient. In a worst case scenario, it might be necessary to contact the recipient to get further directions. While it may "spoil" the surprise of getting the flowers, it is usually better than not getting the order delivered at all.