The Freshest Flowers in Albuquerque
Our commitment is to our customers, knowing that they want to get the most value for their money. This is something that we have been doing since 1944.
That’s why we focus on strict quality standards, including our Freshness Care System, which ensures that all the flowers that are purchased and delivered from Peoples Flowers makes the longest lasting impression possible.
Freshness is Our Focus
We pride ourselves on also offering one of the Southwest’s largest selections of beautiful, fresh-cut flowers and plants so you not only get a few fresh flowers, but you can choose from a wide array of your personal favorites – roses, tulips, orchids and more!
That’s because we work with local flower farmers and have developed relationships with those who share our high standard of excellence.
We are so confident of our ability to deliver fresh flowers and plants throughout Albuquerque and New Mexico that we offer a guarantee that says, whether you have purchased plants, flowers, or accessories, if you are dissatisfied, simply return it for replacement, exchange, or refund.
Keeping Flowers Fresher, Longer
To help you keep the flowers at their best, we also offer many tips on maintaining the freshness of our flowers and plants. Here are some great tips to keep in mind when you receive our flowers:
- Keep the vase filled (or floral foam soaked) with water containing a flower food provided by your florist. Flower foods provide sugars, balance ph and limit bacterial growth. It is important to follow the mixing directions on the food packet. Most packets are to be mixed with either a pint or a quart of water. Do not dilute with more water than is specified on the packet.
- Check your arrangement daily to make sure it has plenty of clear fresh water. If possible, re-cut stems by removing one to two inches with a sharp knife or scissors that will not crush the stems. Immediately place the stems into warm solution or deeply and firmly back into floral foam.
- Keep flowers in a cool spot (65 to 72 degrees Fahrenheit), away from direct sunlight, heating or cooling vents, directly under ceiling fans, or near appliances. Heat from appliances or hot and cold drafts cause flowers to dehydrate.