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By: Mary M.
Foster's Flowers
I have ordered flowers with Fosters several occasions. They have been polite and professional. I am very pleased with their serviceMary M
By: Lori B.
Foster's Flowers
customer service representative was unprofessional and rude on the phone. My boyfriend placed a SPECIFIC order on line then also called to verify they got the order. This was for my mom in the hospital. I found out it was the wrong arrangement. When I called, she "reviewed" the order and said that it showed we opted for a potential substitute. I told her that the order definitely requested something specific. After going back and forth with me she said "I've done nothing wrong". I asked her if she was going to correct the order and she said. "I can go put some yellow flowers in it". I told her I specifically wanted the yellow vase. She then said she didn't have it. My question is why didn't she explain that to my boyfriend on the phone when he spoke with her.? she then rudely said she'd refund the money and hung up on me. It's not just flowers it's a way of saying I'm thinking SPECIFICALLY of my Mom who LOVES yellow and would be cheered by a bright yellow vase full of bright yellow flowers. Shame on Fosters for employing such a person. And if she is the owner, even more sad.
By: mike.ramsey.9822
Foster's Flowers
I had ordered flowers to be delivered on valentines day when flowers when were essential. I have spent money a great deal of money with fosters flowers in the past before then. These people were 5 days late on delivery which in my case and opinion is pure laziness...take it from me if you are lookin for prompt service with a smile in the mcalester ok area please consider town & country or manns florists....FOSTERS FLOWERS DOES BAD BUSINESS....PURE LAZINESS!!!! AND THE ONLY REASON I GAVE THEM ONE STAR IS BECAUSE THIS SITE SAID I HAD TO GIVE ATLEAST ONE. IF IT WASNT FOR THAT. THEY WOULD HAVE NEGATIVE 5 STARS...
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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