Traditional Dozen Roses Bouquet
This variant is currently sold out
Roses say "love" and are better by the dozen! We arrange our roses with care in a lovely vase with greenery and Baby's Breath (other filler is sometimes available upon request). Then we finish it off with a beautiful bow. This bouquet is sure to dazzle your sweetheart! Specify in the box what color roses you'd like - otherwise we will assume red.
We do offer local delivery to Harrison and the surrounding area for a minimum order of $25. We ask for the phone number of the recipient as well as a phone number for the sender, so that we may contact one of you if our driver has any issue delivering your purchase. We do not offer delivery on weekends. We do not deliver to residences on gravel roads - instead we ask that the recipient meet our driver at the end of the gravel road, or pick up their flowers or package at the store. We will usually attempt to contact the recipient before the delivery leaves the store to make sure someone is home to accept it. We typically do not like to leave flowers or packages unattended at someone's door - especially during instances of extreme heat or cold - but we will leave them upon request. Once the flowers or package are delivered to the recipient or left on their property, we are no longer responsible. Our delivery person has the right to refuse to deliver in instances where they feel unsafe due to loose animals on the premises, hazardous conditions, etc. In some cases, such as delivering to a school, there may be restrictions on what the business or organization will allow us to bring in. Most area schools do not allow students who are bus riders to have glass containers or balloons. Harrison High School does not accept deliveries for their students at all. It is the responsibility of the sender to find out what restrictions may apply as policies change all the time. Our delivery fees are subject to change without notice. View our current delivery fees here.
You don't have to sign the card when you send flowers or a gift, but it is our policy to tell the recipient the name of the sender if asked