Flower delivery Georgia
Some happy customers...
"Floom is such a good idea! I've spent so much time trying to find good florists near to the person I'm sending to and this solves all those problems (especially as I'm based in Australia!) The flowers arrived with my friend on time and were beautiful and the notifications were great. Will definitely use again!"
"It was a super easy process, great to know that the flowers came from a local independent supplier, and had a good range of prices. The only thing I would say was not so good was that the flower was arranged in exactly the same way as the picture, and there were some lower quality flowers/less roses than the image suggested"
"Fantastic service, I sent flowers for my twin sister on our birthday and also to my mum. Usually I go home every year to see them but this year I had to work and the next day delivery option was perfect. They were both absolutely thrilled to bits, beautifully presented. Can't stop recommending!"
""The flowers were delivered in perfect condition and the recipient was very complimentary about the quality of the flowers." They also commented to say that we had "gone upmarket"!"
Why send flowers with Floom?
What you see is what you get
Always unique, never generic
Hand-delivered with care and attention
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Popular Flower Questions
What is the state flower of Georgia?
The official state flower of Georgia is the Cherokee rose, derived from the Cherokee Indians who widely distributed the plant.
Where is The Georgia Flower Show?
The most popular Georgia flower show is the Atlanta Botanical Garden Flower Show situated in Atlanta during February.
Can I get flowers delivered in Georgia on a Sunday?
We deliver flowers on Sunday, including same-day delivery to Atlanta, Georgia. This is dependant on each individual florist, however. Enter your postcode and select the Sunday you wish to deliver on to view which bouquets are available to be sent within Georgia.
How do I extend the life of my flowers?
Always avoid direct sunlight, and never place your flowers next to radiator, heater or under an air conditioner. Remove all the leaves from the stems which will be sitting in the water. Change water every 3 days. Re-cut the stems every time you change the water. Want more top tips from our florists on extending your flower life? Read our guide here.