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Send flowers to Liverpool

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  • FLOWER DELIVERY TO LIVERPOOL

    Send flowers to Liverpool

    Liverpool, on the north-western coast of England, is famous for many things. From its music to its football, from its industry to post-industrial regeneration, Liverpool has been many cities down the ages. These days it’s a multi-cultural, bustling city, with a magnificent waterfront of restored warehouses, now home to trendy restaurants and great art galleries. The Beatles are perhaps Liverpool’s most famous export, and where would we be without their timeless songs? Exponents of flower-power, follow in their footsteps by arranging a flower delivery to Liverpool and make someone happy! But the city gave the world other groups, and no other city has produced as many number 1 hits, 56 at the last count. A port city, it still has much of the raffish charm of such places, and the local’s sense of humour is famous around the world; as is Liverpool FC, and it would be a hard-hearted person who didn’t get goose bumps on hearing the Kop sing ‘You’ll never walk alone’, a song that sums up Liverpool’s friendly, close-knit nature. If you have friends or family living on Merseyside, make their day by getting FloraQueen to arrange a flower delivery to Liverpool. From bouquets to colourful arrangements, flowers say so much, and are the perfect gift for so many occasions – whether a birthday or wedding, a new arrival or just some good news. At FloraQueen, you do the clicking and we’ll do the rest, making sure that your international flower delivery to Liverpool makes that special day extra special!

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    Placing the order was so easy. I found what I was looking for and I sent it there and then.
    Thomas Hampson, London