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Friday, September 30, 2011

Flowers Online

I am surprised every day at all the things you can purchase online.  Who would've ever thought that someday you could find online flowers?  But there are lots of website where you can buy flowers to be delivered to anywhere in the United States or the world for that matter.  I think this is such a great idea!  Many people that want to send flowers are busy and can't really head out to the local florist shop.  Now, instead, they can just surf the internet, look at all the beautiful pictures, pick out something fabulous and process their order.  So easy!

Once the order has been processed and the beautiful flowers have been delivered, the recipient will need to spend some time preparing them for display.  One great recommendation is to use an additive to extend the life of the cut flowers. These are just suggestions of things that help to keep the newly delivered flowers as vital and fresh as possible for as long as possible.  Some ideas include cutting the stems of the flowers diagonally under running water, adding sugar or plant food to the water, or sterilizing the vase before putting the flowers in.

I really love to get flowers delivered, whether they are from the local florist or from an online shop.  As long as they are pretty and smell good then I am happy!


Mrs. Pancakes said...

flower delivery is awesome!there is everything ONLINE!

TC30s said...

this is awesome post!

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