WHAT TOWNS ARE AVAILABLE FOR FRESH FLORAL & PLANT DELIVERY? Watsontown · Milton · Lewisburg · Selinsgrove · Turbotville · Danville · Bloomsburg · Muncy · Williamsport · Please contact us to inquire about other delivery locations.
HOW WILL MY FLOWERS BE DELIVERED? The recipient will be contacted on the day of pick-up or delivery to confirm a time when someone will be home to receive the arrangement. To treat our work with the utmost care, our arrangements are hand-delivered by our delivery team.
WHEN DO YOU OFFER DELIVERY? Pick-up is available during regular store hours only, Tuesday - Saturday. We offer delivery on Saturdays or upon special request.
CAN I REQUEST A DELIVERY TIME? When filling out the order form, you will be prompted to enter a pick-up or delivery date. If you want to specify delivery times, please contact the shop at 570-713-9394 and we will try our best to accommodate!
DO YOU OFFER SAME-DAY DELIVERY? No. At this time, pre-orders for fresh florals require at least 2-weeks as our farm-raised, David Austin Roses are from out-of-state. WHAT IF THE RECIPIENT IS NOT HOME? If no one is present to accept the delivery after confirming a time with the recipient, the arrangement will be returned to our shop, and will incur an additional fee if we must reattempt delivery.
IS IT RECOMMENDED THAT I ORDER IN ADVANCE FOR MAJOR HOLIDAYS? For all major holidays including Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Christmas, we recommend that you place your orders at least one month in advance.
CAN I MAKE SPECIAL REQUESTS? We are always happy to accommodate specific requests given seasonal and market availability. If you have any questions, feel free to call the shop at 570-713-9394.
WHAT HAPPENS IF I AM UNSATISFIED WITH MY ARRANGEMENT? We take great pride in the quality of our work and of the merchandise we source. Because our arrangements are perishable goods, all fresh-floral and plant sales are non-refundable. If you are unsatisfied with the arrangement, please contact us within 24 hours so that we can work to resolve the issue.