Last Minute Gift Ideas: Festive Flora

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  1. I think this Santa Paws arrangement is so adorable! Creative and playful, any recipient will find these flowers simply irresistible.

  2. I love this Winter Warmth arrangement. Filled with a few of my favorite flowers, the green berries and red roses are accented with pinecones and evergreens. Go ahead and spread Christmas cheer with a bouquet of flowers!

  3. This Rosemary Tree is a delightful gift that is sure to get lots of “oohs” and “aahs.” We like it because it’s what I call a “now & later” gift. Use it as Christmas decor now, and snip some fresh rosemary when you cook later!

Get It Delivered By Christmas!

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  • Shipped in a Gift Box – Allow time for shipping, you may need to choose an express option.
  • Same-Day Local Florist Delivery – Usually if you order before noon, a local florist will be able to deliver it that same day.

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Mary

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3 comments on “Last Minute Gift Ideas: Festive Flora

  • Keygan Goodman said:

    only 4 more days!! Can’t wait!! See you soon!! I will leave the reindeer some reindeer food.

  • anna said:

    only 4 more days!! i love christmas. i am excited!! :) :) :)

  • jeffrey fowler said:

    ONLY 4 MORE DAYS. I’m gonna leave the reindeers some carrots and santa a glass of non-alcoholic beer and 2 mince pies!! CAN’T WAIT!!

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