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By: Robert G.
Palmetto Gardens Florist
I ordered Teleflora's Love Medley with Red roses for Valentine's Day. The photograph and specifications on Teleflora's web site show large red roses, no white roses at all, and three types of pink roses, each of a different size and shade. I ordered the arrangement by telephone and made a point to confirm that the florist had the necessary flowers for the arrangement and that they were all freshWhiye roses were substituted for most of the pink roses called for in the specifications. There were no sweetheart roses and no hot pinks that were supposed to make the arrangement pop with color. Also there was no greenery interspersed with the roses. All the greenery was around the periphery of the piece. Substitution of white roses for the three sizes and shades of pink drastically changed the look of the arrangement. Also, the white roses dominated the piece to such an extent that it looked more like a cheap funeral arrangement than a Valentine's Day piece. In addition, both the roses and the greenery were old--many days old, and they were very clearly showing their age. The flowers were brought out by an older lady in the shop who was exceedingly unfriendly. We asked her to remake the arrangement given that it was so far off from specifications and since the flowers looked so old. She said the arrangement looked beautiful to her while looking sheepishly at the roses and squeezing them. She then copped an attitude and told us in a rather strident tone that she isn't a stylist, the stylist was gone, and that she couldn't remake the piece. In other words, she didn't care that the arrangement was vastly different than advertised, featured very old stock, and that we had driven many miles and took time off from work to get it. I would avoid this florist at all cost. I would not even walk across the street to purchase anything from them. And I think they are damaging the Teleflora brand with such poor quality work and bad customer service. BUYER BEWARE!
By: Cecily W.
Palmetto Gardens Florist
I found Palmetto Garden online and ordered over the phone as I live out of state, Lori was awesome she emailed me a picture of the most beautiful floral arrangement. My grandma is going to be so surprised. Thank you so much and your prices are great.
By: nitpicky
Linda's Flower Shop
I normally do not take the time to do reviews, but I did select Linda's Flower Shop based on a review. Due to the response from a client, I felt the need to personally call and follow up with a review. The receipent was amazed at the flowers that were delivered! I always place flower orders with a local florist. I wants to ensure that the flowers will be fresh and high quality. When placing the order, they were very sincere about what I would receive for the price. Linda's Flower Shop gets 5 Gold Stars for the quality and price of their flowers. All I can say is "WOW!!!!"
Tips & Advices
Making the trip to your local florist means you can actually get the chance to stop and smell the roses. But the hours they are open can be more restrictive.
Online flower shops, work with wholesale florists near your area to ensure they deliver your order promptly. Since cut flowers don't have a long shelf life, these Internet-based companies take your request and contract it out to a florist in your locale to design it and drop it off at your home or office. While purchasing flowers online is convenient - there are a few things the online stores cannot offer patrons. You can't smell the fragrance of flowers and you can't touch the petals or leaves before you buy the plant. Additionally, when you buy a bouquet over the Internet, you're basing your decision on a stock photo of the item instead of the actual one that will arrive at your doorstep.
Yes. These experts can tell you the best ways to take care of your plants or how to properly cut the stems of flowers to ensure they last longer in your vase. Ask them vase to use with which flower and how much water and plant food you should use to prolong the life of your bouquet or potted plant. Even though retail florists don't usually grow the blooms or plants themselves, they do know the best ways to keep your arrangement looking fresh for longer.
Flowers, especially the lotus, figure prominently in Hindu and Buddhist religious ceremonies, as well as in these two ancient religions' wedding customs. Many florists provide garlands of flowers to decorate and festoon the functions with.
Lilies, as well as daffodils and tulips, are especially popular around these spring holidays.

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