Send Flowers To Mumbai From Anywhere In The World

Send Flowers to Mumbai/India from Anywhere

Flowers have always been the symbol of warmth and love. The sheer presence of flowers in one’s home brings in positive vibe and energy. They are the perfect way of expressing love to someone be it your mother or your better half. They have more meaning attached to them than even a gift worth a million dollars.

Yes, we do agree it is quite a simple gift but simple things impart more joy than anything else.

Sending flowers is also a form of communication. Maybe you want to apologize to someone or want to show condolences; flowers are always there for your rescue. It is also used during the season of celebration. In India, flowers are used in abundance during weddings. Apart from making the venue look divine, flowers also symbolize the value of love.

Order flowers online for special occasions

Gone are the days when just a rose used to be an option for a person to gift the other. There are a plethora of flowers now available for people on the online platform. From farm fresh cut flowers to beautifully decorated boutiques, online flower delivery has become a big hit in India. Flower retailers have widely expanded themselves and cater to almost all the requirements of the customers’ needs that include events, emotions, festivities, etc. Most of the bouquets are handmade and are carefully arranged to please the taste of the customers.

 

Distance, not a matter to send flowers to Mumbai

Staying away from your family and your loved ones could be a pain especially in a city like Mumbai. Known to be a fast city, people sometimes could end up feeling lost. With the festive season around the corner, one could feel even more isolated with no family members around. Christmas being the festival of joy and December being the season of holiday, everyone wants to feel special.

 

Celebrate the Season of Winter Christmas Flowers Online 

Sending Flowers online in Mumbai

Well, you be the mood changer and send vibrant flowers to your loved ones. Sit back at home, relax, and send flowers to Mumbai through these online platforms and retailers. Imagine sending a bunch of pink lilies or Christmas roses to your siblings in Mumbai, whom you are missing this festive season. It will not just bring a smile on their face but also uplift their spirits. Imagine sending some Christmas inspired poinsettia to your grandmother in Mumbai. Make her feel loved this Christmas season and in return, she might bake some of your favorite brownies. Distance does not pose a hindrance anymore for gifting. Order flowers online this Christmas season and send some love to your dear ones. The list of flowers in most of the delivery platforms is endless. So, your options are also endless!

 

Trust May Flower to spread the cheer with flowers

If you already have a clear picture in your mind about which flowers to send to your loved ones, then all that you need to do is visit May Flower’s website. Apart from having the widest array of fresh blossoms, we also believe that quality should always be the main parameter when it comes to flowers. Our speedy flowers delivery and cost-effectiveness will make you forget all your worries.

So simply bask in the happiness of your near and dear ones in Mumbai – send them the most beautiful flowers from May Flower.

10 Flowers for Christmas

Top 10 flowers for Christmas

1. Jasminum nudiflorum

A winter jasmine trained on a sheltered south or west-facing wall will reliably produce shiny olive-green shoots studded in pallid yellow flowers from November on. The spiky twigs can be picked, although they don’t have the heady scent associated with jasmine. Cut the shoots back hard after flowering to encourage new growth

2. Clematis cirrhosa ‘Freckles’

The festive creamy flowers of this winter-flowering clematis are heavily splashed and freckled in bright red – hence the name. Clematis cirrhosa is a Mediterranean species, so good drainage and the protection of a south-facing wall are vital. It reaches up to 10ft and has pendent bells. ‘Freckles’ is the earliest cirrhosa to flower

3. Iris unguicularis ‘Mary Barnard’

This Algerian iris is perfect to plant at the feet of your winter-flowering clematis. Soft blue flowers unfurl from pointed buds from November onwards. Pick single flowers and let them unfurl indoors. ‘Mary Barnard’ was collected by the lady herself near Algiers in 1937. Snip out any untidy leaves twice a year. Other than that, neglect is the best option.

4. Narcissus ‘Cedric Morris’

Almost always out by Christmas Eve, this bright yellow miniature daffodil was named after the artist (1889-1982), who founded the East Anglian School, by his friend Beth Chatto. It has a shallow trumpet and the outer petals are shaded in emerald green where they meet the stem. Sir Cedric found it over 50 years ago on a rocky ledge in Spain

5. Galanthus plicatus ‘Three Ships’

Rare and pricey, like many of the best snowdrops, this wide-leaved plant produces plump buds in December. As the flowers mature, the petals thicken and develop a seersucker texture often evident in plicatus seedlings. The inner green mark is revealed and a wide cross appears, often coinciding with Christmas Day

6. Skimmia x confusa ‘Kew Green’

The head of pale green buds on this choice and compact evergreen are arranged in a tight, lilac-like raceme. Place ‘Kew Green’ in a container by the front door, add some variegated trailing ivies and forced crocus, tiny narcissi or white muscari. Replace the bulbs as they fade with other early flowers

7. Paperwhite narcissi

Paperwhites can be planted in mid-October for Christmas flowers. Half-fill glass jars with stones, glass beads or gravel. Cluster five or 10 bulbs together, not touching, pointed end up, then add gravel until only a third of each bulb shows. Water to just below the base of the bulbs. Place in a cool, dark spot and bring into a warm room a few days before you need flowers.

8. Helleborus niger

The simple Christmas rose, such a failure in most gardens, is now grown under glass. Small plants make excellent displays in a cool porch or windowsill when mixed with ivies. Place several in a basket and top-dress with moss.

9. Amaryllis

You can grow your own, but I’m in favour of buying a plant that’s about to explode with bright trumpets. Opt for glowing scarlet or a pure white. ‘Red Velvet’ is a classy single, ‘Red Dragon’ a fiery double. ‘Papilio’, an elegant red-striped white and ‘Benfica’, dark red, are both excellent.

10. Poinsettia

Popular for decades, the colourful, long-lasting bracts form the ‘flower’ and, although there are many colours, bright soldier-red is still a favourite. A Mexican member of the large euphorbia family, E. pulcherrima prefers a spot in bright light, not direct sun, and only water when dry
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