Our red bouquet is a beautiful mix of red roses, spray roses, baby eucalyptus, silver dollars, and foliage.
Hand tied bouquet beautifully wrapped in specialty wrapping paper, satin ribbon, and a complimentary hand written notecard designed by local artist.
Please note that if a flower displayed is unavailable, we will substitute this for a flower of the same or high monetary value and in a similar style and colour.
Please kindly note that we might require an ID for the person picking up the flowers if the PICK UP option is chosen. Thank you!
Photo Features: Dozen Rose Bouquet
We offer same-day delivery for orders placed before 11:00 am, Monday to Saturday. Orders placed after 11:00 am will be delivered the following business day. Deliveries will be made between 11am-5pm from Monday to Saturday. Please note that we are unable to guarantee specific delivery time requested, but will do our best to accommodate your wishes.
Please kindly note that deliveries to Care Home Facilities and Hospitals will temporarily be unavailable. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Deliveries are not available on Sundays and Statutory holidays.
Please note that our delivery fees will be different on Valentine's Day & Mother's Day.
- Pick up at our store (8558 Cornish Street, Vancouver): Free
- Vancouver : $10
- East Vancouver: $15
- Richmond : $10
- Downtown/Yaletown: $15
- Burnaby: $22
Carefully remove all packaging.
Keep the string tied around the stems if you wish to retain the shape.
Using a sharp, clean blade or scissors, cut 1 inch off each stem at a 45-degree angle.
Place the bouquet in a clean vase. Fill three-quarter of the vase with lukewarm water and add flower food provided with the bouquet.
Remove any foliages below the water level, as these will contaminate the water.
Place the bouquet in a cool place, away from heating, appliances, and direct sunlights.
Add fresh water daily.
Please keep the arrangement in a cool place, away from heating, appliances, and direct sunlight.
Please do not allow the florist foam to dry out completely or become water logged.
Top up the water carefully each day.