To ensure that delivery takes place as you have requested please ensure that the address you have provided is as complete as possible and that a contact number has been provided for the intended recipient.
Certain delivery destinations would require additional detail:
NB: Please note that ALL floral deliveries to hospitals must be in a vase or container. Hospitals will not accept bouquets/bunches of flowers not in a container.
(Please check to see whether the patient is likely to be discharged before scheduling the delivery)
Room number and check-in date and time (if not already checked in) and check-out date.
Please refer to our Special Events Calendar for changes to delivery times around occasions such as Valentine's Day or Mother's Day.
The large volumes of orders handled during these periods prevent us from guaranteeing same day delivery after the cutoff time indicated clearly on the Welcome page please keep this in mind when placing your orders on special days and ensure you have noted any special delivery information which will be clearly indicated in the shopping pages of the website. For your convenience, we will always attempt to make our cutoff times as close to the special day in question.
The first step in ensuring a timeous delivery is to provide as complete and detailed an address as possible. For example, for home deliveries please include the apartment no., building name, street number, street name, suburb name and city name. Also provide a contact number for the recipient so that if the florist is unsure of the delivery address they can contact the recipient to confirm the details.
While we do try to fulfill requests for specific delivery times whenever possible, we cannot guarantee that a bouquet will be delivered at a specific time. Too many factors play a role in whether we can meet a stated time or not such as availability of certain flowers, traffic flows etc. We do however guarantee that your bouquet will be delivered on the day requested.
If the recipient is not at home when the florist calls to make the delivery, they will either: 1) leave a note on the door, requesting that the recipient should contact them to arrange a convenient time when they may return, or 2) deliver the arrangement to a neighbour, and leave a note advising the recipient that their neighbour has accepted the bouquet on their behalf.
It is important to remember that normal florist delivery hours are between 9am and 6pm - early morning deliveries may be delayed somewhat if the fresh flowers arrive late from the market.
The florists are all required to adhere to the value and quality standards set by NetFlorist and it's network of florists. It is possible that due to seasonal or regional availability of certain flowers certain substitutions may be made. However the value and quality of the arrangement will in no way be compromised.