FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQS) DURING COVID19:
Are Florists accepting orders during COVID19?
Is there a chance that the recipient can get COVID19?
Throughout the supply chain of flowers, from growers, to distributors, to florists, to the delivery courier, there is no difference in ordering flowers online as it is from any other retailer of any other industry of the pilferage items or any other retailer. In fact, it is the same with the postal services. There is always the risk, however, it is low per the experts. It is important to follow the Risk Mitigation Process for all supply chain growers, distributors, florist, courier and customer.
Variation of the Flowers & Flower Arrangements during COVID19:
Delivery Method during COVID19: Risk Mitigation Process
Contactless Delivery: Risk Mitigation Process
After Receiving the Flowers Use Hygiene Care: Risk Mitigation Process
Request your Mom in advance that once she places the flowers in the vase or in an area that she likes, to wash her hands with warm water and soap.
Mother's Day Shipping Updates – Order Early before May 9th 2020
Due to many the COVID19 pandemic, we are expected to have sold out on flowers soon than the usual holiday occasions during Mother’s Day. In addition, there may be a higher than usual delivery fee & a service charge at checkout. This is to reflect the cost of shipping with an upgraded service in regions that are at a higher risk of delay.
There is a potential for delays the week of Mother’s Day and we strongly encourage customers to order for delivery earlier in the week rather than Saturday, May 9th.
Mother’s Day Shipping to Hospitals, Urgent Care and Front Line Employees
Other Reference Points for COVID19
CDC at www.CDC.com and
WHO www.WHO.com for up additional information and up to date information regarding the COVID19 Pandemic.