Sending flowers to Sweden is simple by looking up a local florist in the recipient's town, ordering online from FTD.com or visiting Fleurop.com, which delivers all over Europe. Send flowers to someone special in Sweden with plant information from a sustainable gardener in this free video on flowers.
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Hi this Yolando Vanveen and in this segment, we're going to talk about how to send flowers to Sweden. So Sweden is located in between Norway and Finland. And it's in Northern Europe. It's a very safe country to send flowers to. So there's lots of options. Okay, the most important thing that you need to do is find out all the relevant information for the person that you're sending the flowers to. Make sure you have the name, address, phone number, email; any information that you can get will help. And then first before you do anything, go on line and find out if there's a flower shop in the area or the nearest large town and they might even have a web page that's in English that you can order flowers directly. And sent it directly to your friend without a middle man. So there's many web pages that are international that you can order flowers directly to be shipped to Sweden. So you can go on ftd.com or proflowers.com or lots of European web pages too. And find out what your best options are. For example this fleurope.com or fleurope, f l e u r o p e. com specializes in shipping flowers to Europe and all parts of Europe. And so you can order flowers right to Sweden off the web page. It's very safe because you're using your VISA or American Express or Master Card, at least you have a way to get your money back if you're not happy with the order. So there's lots of options; whether going to a florist close by, going through FTD or going through a European company like fleurope.com. But do your research and figure out what your best options are and you'll find by just emailing different companies or going on line you can really save money. And, you can have beautiful flowers delivered to your friends and family in Sweden.