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What You'll Get
Flowers, mankind’s greatest enemy, are finally on the ropes thanks to global warming. Teach your children how to hunt the last of these enormous nitrogen junkies by capturing them into captivity with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $50 worth of fantastical floral arrangements, gift baskets, balloons, stuffed animals, and other nicely contained niceties at Thousand Oaks Florist, located on Thousand Oaks Drive.
Drawn from all 18 corners of the world, Thousand Oaks Florist’s fresh flowers are primed, trimmed, and collected into beautiful bouquets for all occasions by a friendly, prompt staff. Congratulate a recent grad on moving back in with mom and dad with a Jumping for Joy bouquet, rife with odiferous alstroemeria, carnations, pink spray roses, and lavender stock in a clear, glass vase bound with a pink ribbon ($39.95+). The How Sweet It Is—a mix of hot pink, red, and coral flowers such as roses, matsumoto asters, and carnations—reminds recreational birthdayers of the blooming years to come ($39.95+). And silk and dried floral arrangements provide building blocks for poignant existentialist statements.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 20, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Orders for pick-up or delivery on 2/12-14 must be made before 2/1. Not valid toward out of town orders. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Thousand Oak Florist
Whether showering your spouse with a dozen roses or gifting dad with a baseball-themed basket, Thousand Oak Florists' floral experts can help find the perfect gift for any occasion. As a certified FTD florist, the inventory also includes several fresh plants, in addition to the carefully constructed floral arrangements and exclusive designs. The Thousand Oak website even shares the symbolism behind each of its flowers—white daisies represent innocence and affection, tulip bulbs show one's love, and lilies symbolize purity of the heart.