Covid 19 Flowers
The COVID-19 crisis is a strange and isolating time. Although florist shops are closed, most florists are continuing to sell online. Flowers can be delivered contact-free to ensure social distancing rules are followed. Contact your local florist to find out whether they are delivering in Victoria. There should be more up-to-date information on the company’s website, so check before you purchase!
Can Flowers Carry Coronavirus?
According to information published on The World Health Organization’s website: “the likelihood of an infected person contaminating commercial goods is low and the risk of catching the virus that causes COVID-19 from a package that has been moved, travelled, and exposed to different conditions and temperature is also low.”
Which Flowers Should I Send During Lockdown?
Covid 19 Flowers. From your lonely neighbour to your Mom, a bouquet of flowers will be welcomed with open arms. Choosing the right Covid 19 flowers for your loved ones is tricky, as everyone has their preferences when it comes to colours, fragrances and types.
But did you know that different flowers have different meanings? It’s crucial to know what message you’re sending when you gift someone an arrangement. For example, you wouldn’t want to send someone a foreboding bunch of lilies or a presumptuous arrangement of orchids. Luckily, spring seems to be the season of love where flowers are concerned, and it couldn’t be more appropriate at this difficult time.
A bouquet of tulips won’t ever go amiss, and their meaning is particularly apt right now. Colours can carry their own significance and fortunately we have a gorgeous array of colours to choose from. They are a way of offering support and encouragement for someone going through a difficult time!
Another flower that would send a positive message to recipients is Ranunculus. Ranunculus is an exquisite flower which comes in stunning hues of orange, pink, and yellow just to name just a few. It’s an uplifting flower and expresses that you find the recipient charming and attractive.
The Geum is a symbol of purity. They are an absolutely beautiful seasonal flower. Their long slim stems and pompon flowers come in a wide range of colours, from yellows and oranges, to pinks and reds. You can even get geums in pastel shades, such as apricot, peach and cream.
During the Coronavirus Pandemic, people are trying to save money, find jobs, entertain their family and many other things while quarantined in their homes, And perhaps now more than ever, people are looking for ways to show appreciation and love for those they care about.
But because of the pandemic, many local and national florist shops have closed their doors. Some are considered nonessential businesses, and others do not want to put their employees or customers at risk.
Fine Floral Designs, however, has decided to stay open and are still taking phone and internet orders. If you do place an order, keep the process as contactless as possible. You can request that the delivery person leave the flowers at the front door, depending on the living situation of the person receiving the flowers.
Fine Floral Designs is an award winning Floral Boutique located in the heart of James Bay, Victoria BC. Offering the most exquisite flowers from around the world & modern designs for individuals with a distinctive taste for flowers, the floral studio provides only the best lush flower bouquets & unique floral arrangements for your special occasion.
Fine Floral Designs provides flowers for many occasions: Spring, Valentine’s Day, Easter, Administrative Professional Week, Mother’s Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Our product line also includes fresh cut flower bouquets, Exotic plants, Exotic flowers, Orchid plants, contemporary and traditional arrangements, greeting cards & chocolate truffles.
With years of floral design experience, Fine Floral Designs can assure you a quality creation of Covid 19 Flowers. Our flower shop serves the following areas in Victoria, James Bay, Brentwood, Colwood, Esquimalt, Langford, Saanich, View Royal, Oak Bay, Sidney, Sooke & Metchosin.