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Flower Delivery in Germany

Welcome to Germany flower directory website. Our goal is to have the most complete trusted local florist network in Germany that offer best quality flowers, best value and overall experience. Find local flower shop contact information and purchase a perfect flower arrangement for delivery to any German town. Browse by state and city or enter recipient’s zip code in the search input field above for easy navigation.

Flowers are a perfect gift for any occasion. Wish your friend a Happy Birthday with a colorful mixed flowers bouquet. Surprise your loved one with perfect red roses that truly express all you have to say. Congratulate surprise and thank the people in your life with beautiful fresh flowers that will brighten any room and warm their hearts. In the time of grief and loss, flowers can convey your deepest sympathies and honor those who have passed away. Funerals and sympathy flower arrangements are designed to be appropriate for funeral service delivery to church and funeral homes.

While birthday is the top occasion throughout the year followed by weddings and funerals for buying flowers, major holidays such as Mother’s Day, Valentine's Day, Christmas and Easter contribute to spikes in the florist industry. Send flowers to Germany for Mother’s Day and Valentine's Day using this floral directory.

With the age of the internet, ordering and sending flowers is only a click away and you can place your order 24 hours a day. Looking for last minute gift? Have an unexpected event? Well, same day delivery is available by most florists in Germany. Florists also deliver plants, gift baskets, teddy bears, fruits baskets, chocolates and balloons.

Germany Flower Shop News

Mourners leave flowers outside Chanel’s flagship store in Paris in tribute to Karl Lagerfeld - Vogue Australia

With news that legendary fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld passed away in Paris on February 19, 2019, fans of the late designer are paying tribute to his work by leaving flowers outside Chanels flagship store at 31 Rue Cambon in Paris. Mourners are leaving mostly white roses for the late German designer, whose work for the houses of Chanel, Fendi and his own eponymous label garnered him fans around the world and across generations. He was a legend, a giant. He saved Chanel and reinvented the label, 20-year-old former fashion student Mathieu Cipriani-Riviere told AFP of the touching tribute. Lagerfeld held the title of creative director of Chanel since 1983 and joined Fendi i...

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Insight Vacations to Offer Trips Based Around Art, Flowers, Beer - Luxury Travel Advisor

This year Insight Vacations will offer a range of vacation packages designed around specific interests and hobbies. With trips focused on art, flowers, beer and photography, all journeys will include transfers aboard luxury coaches, stays in high-end hotels and small group sizes.Insight Vacations will offer the 15-day An Art Lovers Taste of Europe for the first time this October. Travelers will receive a VIP entry to the Vatican Museums, allowing them to beat the crowds, as well as see the usually-off-limits Bramante Staircase. In Paris, guests will visit the Louvre Museum, where they can see the Mona Lisa, the Winged Victory of Samothrace and Venus de Milo. At the Foundation Beyeler Museum in Basel, art enthusiasts will be able to see works by Cezanne, Picasso, Rosseau, Mondrian, Klee, Ernst, Matisse and Newman. In Amsterdam, travelers will stop at the Van Gogh Museum. The trip departs once, on October 6. Insight Vacations will offer a journey centered around flowers. The Gardens ...

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Flowers in food 'give rise to health concern' -

In recent years, Danish restaurants, food producers and consumers have become increasingly interested in the use of both wild and cultivated flowers in cookery. However, according to the National Food Institute at the Technical University of Denmark, there is not necessarily a history of using these plants in foods either in Denmark or internationally.The National Food Institute is therefore assisting the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration to complete a risk assessment of 50 plants that the food safety authority has identified as part of a control campaign among restaurants and local food producers. In 23 cases, the National Food Institute found flowers from these plants were used in food production.The National Food Institute researchers then completed a review of available knowledge​ on potentially toxic compounds in the 23 flowers, descriptions of poisonings or other toxic effects in humans and animals following consumption, and evidence of their traditional use as foo...

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