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Apricot Swirl Gift Box

Product Code: 6986
£ 37.99
Apricot Swirl Gift Box
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  • Professionally arranged by a local florist

  • Beautifully presented and delivered by hand

  • Your personal message accompanies your gift

  • Range of delivery services available

  • Flower food and care guide included


Featuring orange antirrhinum, orange asclepia, purple dahlias, cream lisianthus, peach large headed roses with salal and pittosporum, presented in a gift box.

The Standard size contains 8 stems, Large contains 11 stems.


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Type- Orange

Brand- Flora

Condition- New

Availability- Out Of Stock

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Next Available Dispatch Date 17 August, 2020

All shipments are provided a tracking number (emailed to you on the day of dispatch, normally the day before delivery). They are shipped to the address you enter at checkout, if there is no one at the address the delivery company will try a neighbour and leave a calling card. A phone number for the person receiving the delivery will increase the chances of delivery.
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