Interflora Australia offers the lover of all things floral a wide range of paint-box hues to choose from, from the iris and tulip to the oriental and Asiatic lilies - and many shapes, colours and scents in between, sent to most towns and city locations throughout the Australian continent. When you decide to send flowers to your family, friends and other loved ones the range of floral offerings that can be telephoned from one side of the country to the other, can be quite extensive.
Who couldn't fail to be moved on receipt of a bouquet of mixed blooms, complete with enormous ribbon, or an extravagant gift basket containing your favourite freesias - all made possible through the services of Interflora Australia? The decision to send flowers as a gift is almost invariably well-received, not just creating beauty in the eye of the beholder but reminding the recipient that the sender had clearly been thinking of them with affection.
Flowers are Simple to Send
For people who have never attempted to send fresh flowers, the concept is remarkably simple. You might have a loved-one with a birthday coming up, or they might be celebrating the birth of a new baby girl. Much as you would love to be able to visit in person, if you live hundreds of miles away from them, this is hardly practicable: the next best thing is to send flowers to them as a way of empathising and letting them know that you are with them in heart and spirit even though, in person, you cannot be with them just now.
Look for the 'Interflora' Sign
Hopefully, you will have been able to order the flowers you want to send in good time. However, same day and next day deliveries are usually possible and quite acceptable. You simply go into your nearest florist shop that displays the 'Interflora' sign. You will be offered a small catalogue to leaf through, so you can choose the most appropriate bouquet, floral tribute, or gift basket. These will then be delivered through the Interflora Australia service.
Most florists can also provide you with a service that includes balloons and small soft toys or chocolates to go with the flowers you order. In many cases you can also order a basket of fruits in season, either to send instead of flowers or to send in conjunction with the flowers you choose.
Choose When to have Flowers Delivered
Once you are happy with your choice the florist taking your order will ask you for details about the recipient and where that person lives. You will need to supply that person's full postal address so that the flowers can be delivered accurately and timely. While you are placing your order the florist will ascertain what time of day you would most like your flowers delivered.
Once everything has been arranged and you are completely happy with your order you will be asked to pay for the flowers, plus a small charge for arranging delivery. However, to make matters simpler, the Interflora Australia catalogue arranges flower bouquets and gift boxes according to price range, incorporating the cost of both flowers and delivery charge into a single tariff.
Fresh-cut Flowers Delivered from Local Shop
If the flowers you have ordered are to be delivered locally then you will be asked to choose a card and you will be able to write a message yourself. However, the majority of flowers sent through the 'Interflora' service tend to be sufficiently far away as to require the florist to telephone your order through to a reciprocal florist closer to where your flower order is to be delivered.
Should this be the case then the florist making the delivery will write your message down for you, using a card of your choice from a similar display held at the store where you have ordered the flowers from. So, even if you have ordered flowers at a florist shop in Sydney, to be delivered to a relative at an address in Perth, the Interflora Australia service enables you to send flowers across the continent of Australia and have fresh-cut flowers received, in pristine condition, either the same day or by next-day delivery, at a time you stipulated.