Lunar New Year Florist’s Picks Bouquet

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This Lunar New Year, send well wishes of prosperity and good fortune with a paradise of golden chrysanthemum spiders, roses and alstroemeria in a bouquet. Beautifully wrapped in brown paper packaging, this radiant mix of colours and textures will offer its recipient an abundant year of smiles and happiness.

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Care Information

The bouquet is wrapped in a bag of fresh water to ensure freshness in the delivery process. Upon receiving the bouquet, extend its lifespan by placing it in a cool environment, away from direct sunlight. Also, change the water in the vase and trim a little of the stems daily for a fresh surface area to better absorb clean water.

 

Packaging Information

Our bouquets come wrapped in brown paper with a water bag. This ensures sufficient hydration for the flowers so that they remain fresh between the time it is put together and when the recipient receives it.

Flowers can last in the water bag for three days (or more, if all stem ends are still sitting in water) but we recommend you unwrap the flowers and place them in a vase to ensure their lifespan is maximised.

 

Size Information

The bouquet in the image above is illustrative of a $198 bouquet.

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Delivery Information

Delivery/ Collection

These flowers are available for free next-day delivery. Place your order by 12pm the day before to have your bouquet ready for collection or delivery the next day.

A same-day delivery service is also available, if you require flowers at short notice. All same-day delivery orders will be dispatched from our studio by 4pm for arrival by 7pm; delivery charges are at $15 per delivery location. Same-day delivery orders must be placed by 12noon on the day of delivery.

Self-collection is currently unavailable.

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