Our shop is still accepting orders for funerals and local deliveries on a limited, case-by case basis during the business
lockdown. Please call and leave a voicemail or order online for your loved ones today!
Effective Tuesday, March 24th , Massachusetts has ordered the closure of all non-essential business until further notice.
Our showroom has been closed to the public since the 18th. Our design studios have only minimum staff and are diligently
working to fulfill funereal and limited local orders only.
While we're all watching the news about the spread of the coronavirus, flowers are still a wonderful way to help share a
little light in the world. There's no better way to show love than with some colorful, fragrant flowers that remind us that spring is
coming, and better days are ahead!
Has Coronavirus Affected Our Flower Delivery Procedures?
Our deliveries will be fulfilled on a very limited, case-by-case basis. Our delivery procedures are now restricted to only accommodate
deliveries that can be pre-scheduled with the recipient and left in an accessible area to avoid any contact and maintain social-distancing
protocols. All orders will be boxed, secured and bagged in plastic to help avoid any exposure to the elements as humanly possible. As
always, we will be taking extra precautions in order to help prevent the spread of the virus. Please call for more information.
Can I Still Have Flowers Delivered To The Hospitals / Nursing Homes?
The short answer is, it depends. Please call the shop for all hospital deliveries, to find out about the latest delivery restrictions.
Most elder care facilities have begun limiting visitors and deliveries so these circumstances may change, but we are currently delivering to
some hospitals and nursing homes that are still accepting deliveries. However, most current regulations do not allow for floral deliveries to
be made directly to a patient’s room, so all deliveries will be left with the volunteer desk.
Can I Still Have Flowers Delivered To A Funeral Visitation Or Service?
Many visitations and services have been canceled or
postponed due to Covid-19. Please make sure you have all the
details of the service restrictions before placing an order. If you are
unsure about the details please call the flower shop or the funeral
home for more information.