What are your favourite flowers? Mine are Spring Chicken!
Last month Serenata Flowers asked me if I would like them to send me a bunch of flowers. Obviously I said yes!
I browsed through their website and found that I was really struggling to make a decision on the ones I liked best. I really loved the look of the ‘Peace’ bunch, but ultimately I plumped for Spring Chicken; a ‘bouquet of scented Freesias, blue Irises, yellow Roses and daisy-like Chrysanthemums’ according to the online description.
I emailed my choice through and was surprised to receive them before 9am the following day!
The packaging around Serenata Flowers has been well thought out. Mine arrived in a box with full instructions and in the centre of the bouquet I found a stick to help me remove them from their temporary home.
Once I’d removed them from their cardboard cocoon, I transferred my beautiful delivery to a vase, following the instructions provided. I loved the wording of the guidelines that came inside the box – I really got the impression that Serenata Flowers are concerned just as much about the flowers after delivery as they are before and during.
Every single stem was perfect when it arrived and transferring from the box to the vase was the simplest of tasks because the hand-tied bunches are ready to place straight into the water once you’ve added the food provided.
The flowers lasted well and the first sign of wilting came unsurprisingly from the roses after around 5 days. Considering some of the supermarket-bought roses I’ve had in the past have wilted after just two, I was pretty pleased with their longevity.
The rest of the bunch lasted well for a further 4 or 5 days and I eventually threw them out on day 13. This bunch was £24.99 with free delivery and well worth the money, in my opinion.
If you or someone you know deserves a bunch of flowers to brighten their day, why don’t you treat them to some hand-tied suchine in a box, with up to 25% off at the moment and free deliery! If you prefer to leave it to Lady Luck, just enter the lovely competition I’ve got right here, brought to you by That Lancashire Lass and Serenata Flowers!