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Where does Bello Blooms source from?

Most of our flowers come from our own flower field in Petaluma. We love growing these babies from seed and having control over the entire seed to vase process! We also happily source from other talented farmers and gardeners in Sonoma County who share our same values. It's a joy to partner with other local farmers and small business owners!

What kind of flowers will I receive?

Fresh, seasonal, local flowers! Each bouquet is completely unique, designed with the best blooms available at the time of your order. For that reason we don't offer specific color palletes. We take our cues from Mother Nature and let her lead the way! In spring, your arrangement might include: Tulips, Ranunculus, Roses etc. In summer and fall, your bouquet might include Zinnias, Dahlias and Sunflowers. Each bouquet features greenery and scented stems to create our garden-inspired look.

Do you offer same-day delivery

While we can offer same-day delivery in a pinch, our preference is that you order at least one day in advance. This ensures that we can harvest your flowers fresh from the field, arrange them and deliver them the next day, giving your flowers the longest possible vase life.

How should I take care of my flowers?

These simple steps will help you maximize the vase life of your flower arrangement. First, keep your flowers in fresh water and away from direct sunlight. Second, change the water every few days and give your stems a fresh cut. Lastly, flowers should also be kept away from ripening fruit. As flowers expire, remove them from the arrangement and continue enjoying the other blooms.

Delivery Process:

Your arrangement or bouquet will be made fresh the morning of your delivery and then head out for careful transport with a trained floral professional.

Vase arrangements will arrive boxed, while Hand-Tied bouquets will arrive wrapped in kraft paper to prevent damage to the delicate blooms. If no one answers the door on arrival, we will leave the flowers on a shady spot on or near the front porch.

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