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Same Day Delivery

Order by 12 p.m. for same-day delivery around the corner or across the country! After 12 p.m. please call us at 860.563.8880

Custom Arrangements

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Our in house design team will create something especially for you by. Call us to order yours today.

Champagne & Wine

Need wine or champagne with your floral or gourmet order? We'll take care of it. One day notice required

CT State liquor license # LWG.ooooo23.PCW

NoRA Cupcakes

We can deliver NoRA  cupcakes with your floral order. One day notice required.


 flower questions

 Hi, I'm Terri, your local floral advisor. I'm here to answer all your questions about flowers. Send me an email with your questions and I would be happy to help you.

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find us

1275 Cromwell Avenue B 9

Rocky Hill, CT 06067

from a real local florist
Keep our Local Economy Strong For every $100 spent in locally owned independent stores, $68 returns to the community through taxes, payroll and other expenditures. If you spend that in a national chain, only $43 stays here. Spend it on line with a big box company and nothing comes home. Google “flowers” or “florist” plus the name of the delivery city Example: florist “Rocky Hill" Check out the resulting websites, looking for a local phone number—not just a toll free number. If only the latter appears, beware; you probably landed on an order gathering call center. (Don’t assume a street address is legit; quite often, they’re commercial addresses at P.O. Box locations.) Next, call the local phone number. When they answer, say the following (exactly as written): “I’d like to come by to pick something out in person. Where are you located, and what are your hours this week?” If they answer you straight up, it’s a brick and mortar florist. If, however, they work toward getting you to order over the phone or on line instead, you just found a call center. Next in line, please….. (Side note: After they confirm they’re an actual store, it’s okay to come clean. There isn’t a brick and mortar florist in the country who won’t thank you for checking to be sure they’re real.) Separate delivery from daisies.... If you want a $50 floral arrangement, ask for a $50 floral arrangement. If, instead, you want the $50 to cover both the arrangement and delivery, tell the florist up front. Don’t assume delivery is free–it’s not (in spite of what the online sites lead you to believe…they may advertise a $50 arrangement with free delivery, but the expense comes out of the portion you thought was allocated for flowers). Between paychecks, gas, and insurance, florists pay a premium to offer delivery service, then price it as low as they feasibly can. Don’t haggle; they’re already cutting numbers to the bone. Mission accomplished Your goal is pretty straightforward: Find flowers, pay for beautiful flowers, send beautiful flowers—not fund a call center or national processing service. Dialing up a phone number or two instead of trusting your keyboard will make the difference between “ooh & ahh” and “oh well” on the receiving end.