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Send flowers to Rome

If you were looking for a good reason to send flowers to Rome, just consider that ancient urban gardens in the city were the inspiration for two thousand subsequent years of European horticulture! Italians have continued the old Roman floral tradition with gusto – the flower festivals held in many Italian towns are among the most widely celebrated in the world. Among the most famous is the Infiorata of Genzano in Rome. This annual floral celebration is held on 3rd June each year and is renowned for its creativity and original displays.

The infiorata coincides with the religious festivities surrounding Corpus Christi, but offers a visual spectacle for religious and non-religious visitors alike. Since the inauguration of the festival in 1778, the weeks on either side of the infiorata have become a high point forRome flower delivery. The streets of Genzano are carpeted with row after row of detailed murals depicting religious and historical scenes – all crafted from millions of locally cut flower petals. The scent among the plazas and side streets is simply unforgettable. Valentines Day, Birthday and Mother’s Day flowers in Rome are all widely appreciated; but to do something out of the ordinary, send a gift of flowers to a loved one to celebrate the infiorata. It is a gesture that will make a lasting impression.

FloraQueen is the easiest way to send flowers abroad. Hundreds of choices are just a couple of clicks away, and we guarantee the freshest flowers and on time delivery to anywhere in this most historic of cities.

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