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MOTHER'S DAY

UPDATE SATURDAY MAY 8TH:

Deliveries are sold out for the weekend.  Our shop will be open today from 1-4pm for pre-ordered pick-ups and in-store shopping (very limited flower availability). Masks and social distancing are still required.

Thank you as always for your support and understanding.  Happy Mother's Day!

PRE-ORDER PICK UP: Please plan on arriving between 1pm and 4pm today, there is no need to call in advance; due to time constraints you may not receive an email notification, but your order will be ready for you.

Due to limited staffing calls may go directly to voicemail the week leading up to Mother's Day. 

ORDERS FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 10TH: Please order on our website starting tomorrow, May 9th.

Follow us on Instagram @cymbidiumfloral and Facebook for updates.

INDUSTRY CHALLENGES:

We have always recognized the importance of fresh cut flowers and over the last year it has been wonderful to see how many people have discovered the benefits of flowers in the home. Recently you may have noticed a limited selection or more expensive blooms and there are a few contributing factors:

Unprecedented demand during the pandemic is out-pacing supply. Last year flower farms had to adapt their planting strategies to try to account for future needs. These changes coupled with pandemic labor shortages resulted in a limited supply.

While we eagerly await our local growing season in New Hampshire, we also depend on flowers grown all over the world. Flowers often travel via commercial flights. Limited passenger flights mean limited cargo space and therefore limited supply and higher freight costs.

Recent weather patterns in Southern America and California are also effecting production. Cold temperatures and wet conditions this spring have slowed the growing season.

We will always do our best to provide our customers with unique blooms, artful arrangements and straightforward information. While we all want to get back to some normalcy, the effects of the pandemic are likely to impact us into the future.

 As always, we appreciate your flexibility and understanding and are so grateful for your support.