Welcome to day 2 of our Valentine’s event! Today, I’m sharing every girl’s favorite V-day gift, flowers! But these aren’t just any ole’ flowers, they’re beautiful fresh flowers that will fill your senses with the wonderful aroma and just make you smile. I sure smiled big when I received them, even if they weren’t from The Man; a girl can dream, right!
Fresh from the Farm
FloraFlora.com has partnered with one of the largest flower growers to offer its customers flowers that are direct from the farms. Flowers are hand-harvested daily by expert workers who select only the best blooms. Harvesting takes place in the early morning hours when the cool mountain air freely flows into the plateaus and valleys. This phenomenon prevents stem dehydration. Once cut, flowers are quickly moved inside where they are packed and cooled to their optimum traveling temperature. The cool temperature at which the flowers leave the farm is preserved until we ship your order. Our ability to ship to you directly from our farms coupled with our expeditious “cold chain” process guarantees your flowers are the freshest available.
I’ve gotten flowers from FloraFlora.com before, so I’m pretty familiar with the brand. I know that I can always expect fresh, quality flowers that are not only gorgeous, but they’ll last awhile too.
For my review, I chose the Deluxe Tender Heart flower bouquet. I love roses and lilies, so the combination was just perfect for me!
“On your Anniversary or any other special day, say “I Love You” through the language of flowers. Featuring a marvelous mix of red roses that speaks of “passionate love” and classic white oriental lilies that says your heart is “true and pure,” Tender Heart represents the true love and unity you share as a couple. Send your sweetie this timeless expression of love that is sure to sweep your special someone of their feet!”
When my arrangement arrived the lilies were still closed, so I had plenty of time to watch them bloom. The bouquet was breathtaking and very fragrant once all of the flowers were bloomed. I had my bouquet out for a good 2 weeks. The roses started to die off first, so I would just take them out one by one, while still keeping the fresher flowers in the vase. I was quite impressed with the life of the flowers!