About Us

Flowers Deliveryis a beautiful florist shop located at Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver.  We offer fresh flowers, exotic orchid plnts, lush green plants, planters and unique range of gifts.  We deliver daily to North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Port Moody and other cities of Greater Vancouver.

We are committed to quality and service. We promise 100% satisfaction  to create long term relationships with our customers. We choose only the freshest, highest quality flowers and our shop has a professional and caring staff to serve all your floral needs. Your gift will arrive beautifully presented and personalized with your message.

•100% Satisfaction Guaranteed 

•Your Satisfaction is Our #1 Concern 

•Committed to Quality and Service 

•Flowers & Gifts for All Occasions 

•Personalized Care with Each Order 

•Enjoy the Convenience of Ordering Online

About Flowers

"Some flowers spoke with strong and powerful voices, which proclaimed in accents trumpet-tongued,"I am beautiful, and I rule". Others murmured in tones scarcely audible, but exquisetly soft and sweet, "I am little, and I am beloved"."-- George Sand (Armandine A.L. Dupin), (1804 - 1876) French writer

AlstroemeriaDaisyLarkspur & DelphiniumSnapdragon
Bird of ParadiseGladiolusLily of the ValleySunflower
ChrysanthemumKalanchoeQueen Anne's Lace 
DaffodilKangaroo PawRose 

Joy and jealousy, desire and dejection, solitude and sadness, loyalty and love — flowers echo each voice of the human heart.

While the symbolic and legendary meanings of flowers were known to many during Elizabethan times, it was the Victorians who assigned simple messages to individual flowers. During this time of strict protocol and conformity, men and women used the beauty and color of flowers to express emotions, wishes and thoughts they dared not speak, and every corsage, bouquet, and garland represented a carefully chosen sentiment. Presentation was also important; for example, a bouquet with a ribbon tied to the left told about the giver, while a ribbon tied to the right signified the receiver. Upside-down bouquets portrayed the exact opposite of the flowers' common meanings: to receive an inverted rose was the ultimate form of rejection.

Flower Language became so important that durch die Blume sprechen (speaking through flowers) became a Western proverb, which meant any flowery or poetic expression hiding a secret message of love.