Frequently Asked Questions

Will it look like the picture?

Nope! Our flowers change with the seasons. Each arrangement is its own moment in time, never to be repeated. Pictures on our ordering page are meant to give you an idea of the size of bouquet or arrangement, but colors and flowers are always changing.

All our arrangements are “designer’s choice,” but feel free to include some requests for favorite colors or textures.

Do you deliver to _____?

We always work to keep delivery affordable and accessible for everyone. In addition to regular pick-ups available in Colchester and Burlington (from our friends at Wilder Wines), we’re offering $10 Delivery two days per week. Please call or email us to arrange a custom delivery with advance notice, starting at $30.
Wednesday: Northern Route – Colchester, Milton, South Hero, Grand Isle
Thursday: Southern Route – Burlington, Winooski, South Burlington, Colchester


When will the flowers arrive?

Our deliveries are typically scheduled in the afternoon, before 5:00 pm. After drop-off, we’ll text you a picture so you know the flowers arrived safe and sound!


Spring Bouquet

Why do you need a cell phone number?

We take flower care very seriously. We text each recipient to ensure they know about the flower delivery and when to expect it; this ensures arrangements are always received fresh without damage or wear. If you’d like the delivery to be a surprise, please consider looping in a partner, friend, or roommate and providing their phone number instead. We are not able to deliver to someone we cannot reach via text or phone. 

How do I care for the flowers?

Start with a sparkling clean vase filled with water, and trim stems as needed to fit. Keep in a cool place, ideally out of direct sun. After about 3 days, trim stems again with sharp shears, rinse out the vase, and replenish with clean water. We sometimes like to separate bouquets into multiple small arrangements, or adjust our vases over 1-2 weeks, plucking and shifting as some blooms reach the end of their life cycle.

No Roses?

Most roses are grown in South American and flown to the US. Since we’re always prioritizing local and domestic flowers, we do grow some specialty grow some specialty garden roses that bloom big in June and have subsequent smaller flushes in the summer. We can also source US-grown roses from the West Coast with advanced notice.


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