Stephs Cheers and Jeers was provided the samples mentioned in this post in return for an unbiased review.
I love fresh cut flowers so when I received a beautiful bouquet of flowers from Flower Republic I was over the moon.
Flower Republic has been growing and selling flowers in Ecuador since 1994. I was totally skeptical to receive flowers from Ecuador because I have purchased flowers from popular websites that ship from the US in the past and the flowers always arrived in subpar condition.
I was really excited to see what type of condition flowers all the way from Ecuador would arrive at my door in.
The flowers arrived within a few days and I could instantly tell they were SUPER fresh.
Flower Republic also does an amazing job at securing the flowers well so they don’t get damaged in transit.
As soon as the flowers arrived I removed them from the package, trimmed the ends and place them in a vase. They seemed a little bit parched from the trip and I’m not surprised because they had traveled more than 3,000 miles.
These roses lasted seriously over a month. I was SHOCKED, normally I purchased flowers and I’m lucky to get a few weeks of life out of them. When they started dying, I decided to pluck all the petals and dry them for bath bombs. I changed the water every other day and the petals were actually still in great condition, it was the stems that started to get soft.
Price wise, Flower Republic is affordable for the quality. I am very impressed with the quality of the roses I received and think they are top notch compared to other websites that deliver flowers. Plus I love that Flower Republic stands for when it comes to sustainability.
Flowers range in price starting at $34.99 and one thing I really like is that for an extra fee you can get flowers delivered in a wooden keepsake box. They also have a wonderful subscription option that allows you to get gorgeous flowers automatically delivered to your doorstep every month.
I highly recommend Flower Republic for your flower gifting needs!
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