Stop waiting for secret admirers, flower deliverymen, and unattended rose bushes for your empty vase needs. For $25, today's Groupon gets you $50 worth of beautiful blooms for pick-up or delivery from Ed Moore Florist, a professional and local florist that's been in business for more than 60 years. You have the option of either pick-up at the Northeast store or local delivery (Groupon can't be applied toward delivery charge).
Get the point across with a perfectly styled bunch of buds. Keep it casual with kitchen countertop–ready orange juice! ($34.99). The multi-hued Rainbows in the Air bouquet rivals the Crayola Big Box in its chromatic splendor ($54.99). For matters of the heart, nothing says true love like roses. Ed Moore's designs will bring reactions of prim, proper, and pretty (Serendipity, $47.99) to squeals of delight (More than Words, $54.99). View a complete gallery of bouquets here.
Owner Lydia Mary, AIFD (accredited by the American Institute of Floral Design), and her staff promise to create something particularly precious for you. If you're not a floral fan, Ed's also carries balloons and plants (starting at $34.99).
Whether you need a last-minute Valentine's Day gift (place your order by February 11) or still are trying to make up from last year, nothing speaks louder without speaking than flowers. Send as a passive-aggressive present to your natural deodorant–wearing cube mate, as a half-birthday present for your cousin, gift yourself compliments of your imaginary boyfriend, or gift this Groupon to a friend.
Deliveries must be within the Denver Metro area, and fees and taxes apply. Local delivery fees range from $7.95 to $14.95 and are not covered by this Groupon.
- They have so much stuff there you would not believe. Besides that, the employees were very very friendly and helpful.…If you ever need flowers, I would totally recommend trying them. – h20keith, YellowPages
- Looking for something different-fresh, seasonal or for that special occasion. This is the right spot. The staff is very creative, uses only fresh seasonal flowers and listens to the customers needs. – Thomas D., Insider Pages
Ed Moore Florist
Vines interlaced with flower stems snake upward from the base of a glass vase to wrap around the red and purple spirals of carnation blooms. Customers can choose from fresh cut flowers or one of the striking arrangements available that vary according to the season. Each of Lydia’s arrangements manages to capture and condense the beauty of the natural world, from her Vera Wang–inspired rose bouquets to her wild and woodsy collection of cattails, asters, and bushy-bearded garden gnomes. She further personalizes floral arrangements with inflatables picked from her garden of 500 balloon varieties, as well as stuffed animals, chocolates, and greeting cards.