Dec 07

Order Early for Christmas

It’s never too early to start your Christmas shopping.  In addition to the benefits of avoiding crowds and having all your shopping done well in advance of the holidays, one of the major reasons to start ordering your gifts early for Christmas is that you can be sure you get the products you want.  The same goes for ordering your Christmas flowers.  Flowers, especially traditionally Christmas flowers like poinsettias, are very popular and often sell out early.  

While poinsettias are the traditional Christmas flower, there are many other flowers that are popular for holiday decorating.  Red carnations, red roses, white chrysanthemums, and other red and white flowers are often used.  Many times, these flowers are accented with different greenery, creating an arrangement done in traditional Christmas colors.  Decorative vases and candles are also often used in these types of arrangements.

You certainly don’t want to find the perfect flower arrangement, go to order it, and find out that it’s out of stock.  Ordering early avoids this.  You’ll be guaranteed to receive a fresh bouquet of flowers just before Christmas that will look amazing on your table.

Here at Village Gardens, we believe that you shouldn’t have to pay outrageous delivery fees to get your flowers, no matter where you live.  That’s why we have our “same low delivery fee, next door or nationwide” policy.  No matter where you want your flowers delivered, it will be the same low price.  Sending flowers to your friend clear across the country won’t cost you any more than sending flowers to your neighbor.  If you want to send great looking flowers to your friends or relatives, no matter where they live, check out the amazing selection we have on our website or call our store.

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