Administrative Professional's Week is April 22nd-26th
You know they are the Best, now is the time to show it!
Do you have an amazing assistant in your office? Or perhaps 20 of them? We have the perfect flowers to give him or her to show you care. From a single flower in a vase to a large bouquet...let us customise one for you!
Send flowers on delivery and make it a special surprise! (780) 488-1302
These sweet little assorted bottles are great when you have a lot of gifts to buy for administrative staff. Each bottle will be unique and special! Add a little note for each bottle to send your "Sweet message in a bottle"
This mini bathtub of flowers is lovely for a new baby's arrival. Use the little tub afterwards to hold things on baby's dresser. Or great for a spring everyday arrangement or Mother's Day gift.
Orange slices bring sweet smells and great colour to the vase...why not mix in a little citrus. Great for a baby boy arrangement that isn't all blue! Or great for spring in Edmonton!
Local flowers from B.C. Gerbera daisies and mums will last nicely at home or the office. Trim the ends when you get them home and place them in water. Bright colours to make a pop and brighten your home or office.
This little bird in a nest will brighten anyone's day or send comfort to those who need a little pick me up. An array of unusual bunch of flowers mixed with some long lasting traditional ones too! ***Seasonal flowers may vary.
Long lasting blooms to ensure you get as much life out of the flowers as possible. Dried cotton stem, pincushion protea, mini cymbidium orchid blooms, fuji mums and curly willow branches to add some flair.
This vased arrangement is composed of contrasting colours and includes Hydrangea, Gerbera Daisies, Fuji Mums, Dendrobium Orchid, Bells of Ireland and various fillers. Great for a variety of occasions.
This hand-painted mason jar filled with fresh seasonal blooms is larger and has more unique blooms of fresh flowers. Flowers will be based on seasonal availability and may include: roses, sunflowers, waxflower, carnations, and eryngium (thistle).