Mother’s Day Special: Avail Free Shipping On Delivery Of Daylilies!

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Flowers are a classic Mother’s Day gift for a reason. There’s nothing like adding a lovely splash of vivid color to your mom’s life. The only problem is that you might have to choose between getting your flowers in advance and risking wilting or trying to find a bouquet for a reasonable price on Mother’s Day.

A Special Bouquet

Roses aren’t the only flowers you can give your mom on Mother’s Day, and she might like the unique look and longevity of daylilies even more. Even when they’re cut, daylilies keep changing with new blooms opening all the time for up to a week, even if they’re inside. When you make your purchase, you’ll get a voucher that you redeem on the Rose Farmers website. You’ll also get an email with directions on how to place your order. Rose Farmers recommends scheduling your delivery one or two days in advance to account for carrier delay, but make sure to order by May 8 if you want them to arrive in time for Mother’s Day. 

Free Shipping

Don’t waste time searching for flowers at the store when you can get a no-hassle delivery. You don’t even have to pick out the colors. That’s decided by what’s available at the time they’re picking. Plus, while you’re placing your order, you’ll also get the chance to buy add-ons like a vase, extra flowers, or a guaranteed noontime delivery so she can have flowers before her Mother’s Day dinner.  Have them sent straight to your mom or send them to yourself so you get the fun of hand-delivering them. Don’t waste time searching for flowers at the store when you can get a no-hassle delivery. You don’t even have to pick out the colors. That’s decided by what’s available at the time they’re picking. Plus, while you’re placing your order, you’ll also get the chance to buy add-ons like a vase, extra flowers, or a guaranteed noontime delivery so she can have flowers before her Mother’s Day dinner.  Have them sent straight to your mom or send them to yourself so you get the fun of hand-delivering them. 

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Source: Mashable