Flowers you can trust from Safeway Floral, your local FTD florist Order Flowers Online Safeway Floral, is your FTD florist your local town and is proud to offer a wide arrangement of gifts and flowers for your gift giving needs including Get Well flowers, Anniversary Roses and birthday flowers and gifts. Our staff can make any occasion memorable with a professionally designed floral arrangement. We all know to send flowers on Easter, Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, as well as for Get Well wishes, birthdays and anniversaries, but why not make any day extra special with beautiful flowers? Safeway Flowers offers same day flower delivery to across country and around the world Safeway Florists can help send the perfect gift to show your loved ones how much you care. We are proud to serve you and offer a large selection of birthday and new baby flowers and gifts to choose from. We take pride in delivering the freshest floral arrangements, perfect roses, corsages, plants and gift baskets to our customers. Using our secure website, you can easily send flowers in United States and Canada, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
When you think of December, what comes to your mind? Maybe it’s rows of houses decorated with twinkly lights, picking out the perfect Christmas tree, getting cozy under a warm blanket with a piping hot cup of cocoa, or spending quality time with loved ones. But do you know what the month of December would not be complete without? December’s birth flower! What is December’s birth flower? Well, it’s probably a flower that you already associate with that time of year. The December birth flower is the Poinsettia. The Poinsettia is known for their brilliant red and green star-shaped foliage. The scientific name for the Poinsettia is the Euphorbia pulcherrima, which translates to mean “very beautiful.” Do you have any friends born in December who deserve a “very beautiful” birthday flower delivery? The Poinsettia might be the flower for them.   History of the Poinsettia People have been fawning over the December birth flower for centuries. The Aztecs used the sap from the red leaves to make red dye and even to help control fevers. The flower was so popular that emperors would have the flower caravanned into the capital where they were not native. The flowers were native to […]

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