The fresh aroma of the eucalyptus creates a purifying bouquet that helps everyone around to breathe deeply. The arrangement of roses in relaxed white and pink tones evokes calm and invites you to take in everything around you, including the barely noticeable sounds of your body working, of plants growing in harmony with the sun, and of birds moving with the wind.
Ideal for… Taking a deep breath and listening to the life flowing around you.
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Flower Delivery To Canada
As the second largest country in the world, Canada is home to many people. If you have a loved one living somewhere in Canada, you may want to let them know that you are thinking of them. Luckily, FloraQueen delivers our incredible floral arrangements all across the country. Flowers are a great way to let someone know that you love them. We offer a wide variety of arrangements and different add-on gifts to provide for every occasion. No matter where in Canada your loved ones live, FloraQueen can quickly and easily deliver top quality flowers there.
In this article, you learn about just how easy it is to send flowers to Canada with FloraQueen.
Here’s what is discussed:
- What the most popular flowers are to send to Canada
- How to go through FloraQueen’s delivery process easily
- Why you should pick FloraQueen for your floral delivery
- Answers to your questions… and much more
What Flowers Work Well to Send to Canada
There are so many different floral arrangements, colors, and themes to pick from. Of course, your first priority should be to think about your loved one’s preferences and personal tastes. Consider their favorite colors and flowers to pick out the right arrangement. It also depends on what kind of occasion you are celebrating. We have different themes for different occasions, and you can check out our many categories to pick from. It may also help to think about Canada itself and the culture of the country you’re sending them too.
Though Canada’s most recognizable plant is the maple tree, the country actually does have a national flower as well! The flower is called bunchberry, and it is a species of dogwood, a four-petal white flower that is native to Canada. The country is well-known for having harsh, cold winters. If you’re sending flowers during the cold season, you may want to pick bright colors and bring some vibrancy to your loved one’s winter. However, Canadians are also fond of traditional flowers like carnations, roses, and tulips. Of course, you can never go wrong with the classics! For flowers that grow natively in Canada, you may consider picking arrangements with geraniums, poinsettias, or chrysanthemums.
How to Deliver Flowers to Canada?
FloraQueen’s system makes it easy to deliver flowers to Canada, no matter where you are in the world. After just a couple of clicks, you can sit back and relax, with your personal gift on its way to Canada. First of all, check out our extensive website and floral catalogue. Browse until you find the right floral arrangement for your recipient. Once you’ve picked out the perfect arrangement, give us the rest of the details we need to get your flowers where they need to go. Let us know where and when to deliver your flowers. At this point in the ordering process, you can let us know if the flowers are for a funeral or if there’s anything else we need to know.
Next, you can add a free message to your bouquet and even pick from a number of unique add-ons. Pick out something extra, like a little snack, teddy bear, or another premium gift to make your flowers unique. Then, all you need to do is click confirm, and we begin processing your order. We take care of the rest and you can get back to your day-to-day life.
Are PO Boxes Allowed?
We are committed to delivering fresh, beautiful flowers to your recipient every time. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to be sure of when someone is going to check their PO box in Canada. Due to this, we require physical addresses for delivery. If you provide a PO box during your ordering process, you are contacted by an agent to follow up with a physical address. With a physical address, you can rest assured that your loved ones receive their flowers fresh and just like as vibrant as they looked when you ordered them.
How Do You Order Funeral Flowers?
Ordering funeral flowers is made easy with our step-by-step process. All you need to do is mark that your order is for a funeral. This allows us to process your order as efficiently as possible. Be sure to provide us with the name of the funeral home and their phone number. You should also include your own contact information and the name of the person whose funeral it is. This information ensures that delivery goes smoothly and your flowers end up in the right location in Canada. You should also provide us with the exact time of the ceremony so that we can keep everything on schedule.
Is Same-Day Delivery Available?
Same-day delivery to Canada is available, thanks to our work with local florists. We work with experts all across Canada, providing the ability to get your flowers delivered within hours. If same-day delivery is impossible for your order dates, you are advised during the ordering process. However, this type of delivery is available most days and it’s the perfect way to send a last-minute gift. Not to mention, it’s a great choice for funerals and other events where you may need to send a gift on short notice. Check out our Canadian delivery guidelines below:
- For same-day delivery through the week, place your order before 16:00 CET
- For same-day delivery on Saturdays, place your order before 12:00 CET
- For same-day delivery on Sundays, place your order before 15:00 CET
- Do your best to order at least 24 hours in advance and choose weekday delivery to avoid incurring any additional charges.
No matter what occasion you want to celebrate, FloraQueen is ready to help you get your gifts to Canada. From red roses to brightly colored carnations, we have the perfect flowers for your loved ones. Now, all that is left to do is start shopping in our online store and wait for the right arrangement to catch your eye.