What You'll Get
Silently shout your hidden emotions, deepest desires, and most outrageous fantasy-football trades with a bouquet of 12 roses or a six-rose bouquet rounded out with lilies from Earley’s Flowers for $30 (a $60 value). Statement-making sprouts from this bud boutique are perfect for any occasion, including Sweetest Day on October 16, birthdays, Thanksgiving, and factory strikes, but excluding Valentine's Day.
Skilled stem weavers have years of experience selecting and shaping blooms. Send a message of love, respect, and courage with a red rose bouquet. Arranged in a glass vase with seeded eucalyptus, the beautiful blooms bring romance and warmth into any space, even traditionally non-warm, unromantic spaces such as in front of fireplaces and fancy restaurants. You can select other hues as well, availability permitting. If you prefer a potpourri of plants, mix it up and send a combination of six roses surrounded by lilies. Bouquet prices on Earley’s site include delivery fees.
Flowers, like text messages and x-rays, can be interpreted in any way: send a bunch to someone you have a crush on, use flowers to soften the blow of bad news (quitting your job, breaking up with your significant other, losing television remote), or send to yourself to seem more popular and admired than former NYPD Blue star Jimmy Smits.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 15, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Must call to place order. Not valid 2/1/10-2/15/10. Delivery not included, call for delivery information and costs. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.