We deliver your
orders throughout Israel.
Delivery to the following Israel cities is charged in the amount of $4.99:
Afula, Akko, Arad, Ariel, Ashdod, Ashkelon, Azur, Bat-Yam, Beer-Sheva, Bnei-Brak, Karmiel, Demona, Eilat, Givataim, Hadera, Haifa, Herzliya,Hod Hasharon, Holon, Jerusalem, Kfar Saba, Lod, Nahariya, Nes-Ziona, Netaniya, Nazareth, Or Yehuda, Petah Tikwa, Raanana, Ramat-Gan, Ramat-Hasharon, Ramle, Rehovot, Rishon-le-Zion, Tel Aviv, Tveriya, Yavne, Yehud.
Deliveries of the orders outside of the above cities are charged in the amount of $9.95, deliveries to Ramada and HaGolan areas are charged in the amount of $19.95.
You may inquire into the status
of any existing order by contacting customer service by e-mail at email@example.com.
Please have your order number available for prompt service. If we have any difficulties
with your order, we will contact you by telephone and/or e-mail.
allow a minimum of 2 business days to process the delivery. Nevertheless, In Israel,
next-day delivery is available Monday through Saturday on orders received before
8:00 a.m. Israel time (GMT +3) excluding holidays and peak floral delivery periods.
Orders received after 12:00 noon in the recipient's time zone may be delivered
the next delivery day. We cannot guarantee delivery on Sunday and legal holidays.
Please make sure that your order information is accurate and complete in order
to avoid delivery delays.
We make our deliveries during normal business hours and
later hours within requested day of delivery (except religious holidays). However, we will be unable to guarantee delivery
requests for a specific time or within an hourly range.
The exact delivery times are subject to schedule by the local florist.
Requests may be taken
for either an AM or PM delivery, but they can not be guaranteed.
Due to increased volume of floral and gift orders being delivered
during peak holiday periods, most florists require flexible delivery dates during
these times. For this reason we cannot offer same-day or next-day delivery during
the following major floral holiday periods: Christmas, New Year's Eve, Orthodox
Christmas, Peisakh, Hanukkah, Sukkot, Valentine's Day, Women's Day and Easter.