Sending flowers to Italy can be done by ordering through FTD.com, ProFlowers.com, World Florist Association or Fleurop.com, all of which deliver to many parts of Europe. Send flowers to someone special in Italy with plant information from a sustainable gardener in this free video on flowers.
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Hi, this is Yolanda Vanveen, and in this segment we're going to talk about how to send flowers to Italy. Now, we all have friends, and family, and relatives, and people that we want to send flowers to all over the world, and there's lots of different options. Italy is a country in Southern Europe, and goes right into the Mediterranean, and it's a very stable country, and it's very safe to order things, because ftd.com and many of the major flower networks work with florists all over Italy. So, when you're sending flowers to Italy you can use pretty much any service, ftd.com proflowers.com, there's all different companies; The World Florist Association, and even fleurop, is f-l-e-u-r-o-p.com. They have all types of options to ship things all over Europe, especially Italy. And this web page, fleurop.com, f-l-e-u-r-o-p.com, you can send flowers pretty much anywhere in Europe, especially Italy. And so, always make sure that you have the person's name, address, phone number, E-mail, any type of information when you do ship the flowers so that they get the order correct. And most of the companies will work in English which is great, so you don't have to know Italian to ship to Italy. But many Italians do know English, so if you go online you'll probably find that there is a florist shop in the town where your the recipient lives that you can order directly online right through that flower shop, or possibly phone them, or E-mail them and set up an order that way. And a lot of times it'll save you lots of money, because you wouldn't have to go through a middleman. You go directly to the florist in the neighborhood, and someone that's in Venice can enjoy a beautiful bouquet of stargazer lilies sent especially from you.