The FTD® Radiant Blooms™ Bouquet - VASE INCLUDED

The FTD® Radiant Blooms™ Bouquet - VASE INCLUDED
Product description:

The FTD® Radiant Blooms™ Bouquet blossoms with sweet appreciation and gratitude to delight your special recipient. Lovely lavender roses, purple Peruvian lilies, fuchsia mini carnations, lavender traditional daisies and lush greens are brought together to create an inspiring flower arrangement. Presented in an exquisite purple bubble bowl vase with a cut glass design, this mixed flower bouquet will make an incredible birthday, thank you, or hostess gift.
GOOD bouquet is approxmately 9"H x 11"W.

Your purchase includes a complimentary personalized gift message.

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Same Day Delivery by an FTD® Florist is generally available in most areas of the U.S. and Canada if placed by 2pm in the recipient’s time zone and as allowed by the delivery date selection calendar.
FTD Substitution Policy
Substitutions may be necessary to ensure your arrangement or specialty gift is delivered in a timely manner and depending on availability. The utmost care and attention is given to your order to ensure that it is as similar as possible to the requested item.
Substitution Policy

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The FTD® Radiant Blooms™ Bouquet - VASE INCLUDED

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