No Contact Delivery

For the past 30 years, we've been fortunate enough to provide local flower deliver from Scotts Valley, Santa Cruz, Capitola, Soquel, Aptos, Watsonville and alllll the little communities in between. Providing this service is part of the foundation of our flower shop and is where I started my love for flowers. I started when I was 16 (now 33) and being a young driver in a large van, I found myself in more then a few sticky situations, where I had to call my dad and have him tow me out... What can I say? I wasn't the best driver, it was a large Ford Econline van, and there some rural areas we deliver to with some not so ideal roads for my skill level at the time... Looking back I would have fired me, It's my secret shame

But I digress! What I really want to talk with you about is our new delivery policy/procedure. We're calling it the "No Contact" delivery. What that means is we wear gloves, squirt a little purell, ring the door bell, leave the bouquet on the door step and walk away. We always follow up with a quick phone call or text once we've gotten back in the van to let them know that they have something waiting for them. Most of the time we're able to give a quick wave out the window as people are being greeted by our beautiful bouquets.


Who do you know that needs a little flower pick me up? Where here to help!