Friday, May 21, 2010

Product Review-Organic Bouquet

I am here again to give you a post-Mother's Day review of Organic Bouquet.  I know this might be more helpful right before Mother's Day, but I never have any results until after.  So, just tuck this away in your brain until the next time you need to send flowers.

This year, I sent my mom the Deluxe Lily Bouquet.  You can click on the link to see the advertised product, and here is the picture of the actual product, taken five days after delivery.  I think they did a pretty good job!  (The vase is not included in the price-it belongs to my mom.)

Last year, I sent my mom the Spring Sunflower Bouquet, which, if I'm not mistaken, appears to have been renamed The Wilderness Society Sunflower Delight Bouquet as part of Organic Bouquet's Flowers for Good TM collection.  Anyway, I was very happy with last year's results, and I am very happy with this year's as well.  My mom sent me an email today telling me that she has one bloom still hanging in there, which isn't bad after two weeks.

I don't have any affiliation with Organic Bouquet.  I just thought I'd put the information out there.   


joco said...

Tell them what you wrote: I reckon they ought to send you a complimentary bouquet for this post :-)
Your mum must have been so chuffed to receive this. And the vase is indeed very striking.

Dreamybee said...

joco-Ha! I suppose it wouldn't hurt to ask, would it? They did include a $20 off coupon with the delivery though. My mom sent it to me in case I want to use it.

LOL-I totally would have thought "chuffed" meant upset or unhappy, but given the context (and the fact that I just looked it up) I'd have to say, "Yes, I think she was!" :)

jo©o said...

And we still think we are speaking the same language :-)
I love your blog title. A few years back I ran a blog which I called 'Cerebral Ratiocination'. It was a google-whack at the time. Unfortunately I had to consult the dictionary many times as I forgot how to spell it :-)
BTW, the verification word for this comment is 'expact'. Now, what shall we define that as?

jo said...

More mail.
just in case you don't often check it.