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Mother's Day International Flower Delivery

Wherever you are in the world, you can make mom smile on 14th May.

Birthday flowers by international delivery

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New Baby Flowers Delivery

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Nothing is nearly as romantic as a bouquet of roses. Red roses represent love and passion; pink stands for romance and femininity; yellow roses express friendship and joy; white roses signify purity and respect; and orange roses, warmth and happiness.

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FLOWER DELIVERY TO TROMSØ

Tromsø is the seventh-largest city in Norway. Most of the city is located on the small island of Tromsøya, 350 kilometres north of the Artic Circle. Standing in the middle of the Northern Lights zone, it is one the finest places in the world to observe the awe-inspiring, majestic and ethereal aurora. Tromsø is also quite old; excavations have unearthed civilisations dating as far back as 10,000 BC. Its strategic location had allowed it to remain a fortress city on the Norse frontier throughout much of its existence. Tromsø also became famous in World War II for being the site where the massive German battleship Tirpitz was sunk in 1944.

Tromsø is a city brimming with creative energy and has a festival for all seasons, whether in the perpetual darkness of winter or the midnight sun of summer. The city calls itself the "Paris of the North" and the "Gateway to the Arctic", which encapsulates its veritable essence, sure to cast its spell on any visitor.

Capture the kaleidoscopic and magical colours of the Northern Lights in a flower delivery to Tromsø, a gift that will brighten even the coldest of winter days.

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