I have no interest in contacting 1800flowers. They have been a marginal company for as long as I've received flowers.
When a man sends them, I'll just tell him that they came and were bad. But this last set was so bad, and from my widowed aunt. Since she would feel horrible to know how they came, I'll just tell anyone else who might make the mistake of ordering from this company. I received my dying dozen Tuesday night.
They came in a cardboard box, dry-stemmed and drooping. They arrived August 8, in Las Vegas, and guess what? The temperature was well over one hundred. By the time I got them into water, it was too late.
They slowly dropped their petals and I tossed them on Friday. But not before I had to write a lovely thank-you to my aunt. If I am gifted with dead vegetation occasionally, well, that's just the cost of dating. My elderly aunt has very little disposable income.
This florist should be ashamed of their awful product.
The picture on the right is of the four roses that didn't drop quite as much as the others. That's the pic I get to sent to my aunt so she'd know how much I appreciated her thoughtful gesture.
Product or Service Mentioned: 1800flowers Roses Flowers.
Reason of review: Bad quality.
Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.