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  • Expressions In Bloom Fine Flowers
  • 800-832-5666
  • 1575 NW 9th St Corvallis, OR 97330 (541) 752-5666

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You are IMPORTANT TO US! You are not dependent on us, we are dependent on you. You are our purpose and reason for being here. You are not an outsider to our business, you are a part of it. We are not doing you a favor by serving you. You are giving us a gift by allowing us to serve you.

Stay tuned for some exciting new product lines this year! You’ve probably also noticed that we launched a new website design. You can now pay with Paypal or all major credit cards.

Our new website is not just a new pretty face. It has some major upgrades that will make your online experience easier & also customized. The new inbloom website is now “responsive”, meaning it will adjust automatically based on the device you’re using, whether desktop, tablet, or smart phone.

Another great feature is the smart recommendation list to provide you with suggestions on how you can make your gift even more special. It is a great feature that will allow you to pick a special upgraded vase, or larger size bouquet that goes with that unique flower arrangement, and suggest other items that complement your gift like Chocolates and Teddy Bears.

The new search engine will allow you to easily search for an arrangement by flower type or color of the flower. If your favorite flower is gerbera daisies, you can type the word Gerbera in the search box on the top menu.

If while you are searching for a gift for someone else, you find something great you would love to get, you can either add it to your favorites or better yet, send someone a hint directly from the page that displays the product. This feature will improve over time but we wanted to make it available to you as soon as possible.

The cart has been upgraded too. It’s easier to use and it will allow you to store your multiple delivery addresses so you don’t have to type it in each time.

There are other great features to discover on your own and more will be added over time. But as with everything we do, this was all done for you, so please let us know what you think. If there is something that isn’t working quite right (as sometimes happens with a new website!), please let us know.

We've served well over half a million nationwide customers since our start, being early on the web (1993) and looking forward to many, many more.

Flower Care Tips

Caring for your flowers -
Tips for making them last longer

Two  of the top questions Americans ask when purchasing flowers are  "How do I take care of them?" and "How long will they last?"  Whether it's a single bud, a small bunch or an abundant  arrangement, a little extra care can make a big difference.

Most floral arrangements last between 4-7 days, depending on the  types of flowers used and the type of care they receive. The  Society of American Florists suggests these tips for  longer-lasting, more vibrant flowers:

For floral arrangements:

Keep the vase filled or floral foam soaked with water containing  a flower food provided by your florist.

If the flower food solution becomes cloudy, replace it entirely.  If possible, recut stems by removing one to two inches with a  sharp knife.

Keep flowers in a cool spot (65 to 72 degrees Fahrenheit), away  from direct sunlight, heating or cooling vents, directly under  ceiling fans, or on top of televisions or radiators. (Appliances  like televisions give off heat, causing flowers to dehydrate.)

For loose bunches or boxed flowers:

If you can't get your flowers in a flower food solution right  away, keep them in a cool place.

Fill a clean, deep vase with water and add the flower food  obtained from your florist. Be sure to follow the directions on  the package.

Remove leaves that will be below the waterline. Leaves in water  will promote bacterial growth.

Re-cut stems with a sharp knife. Do this underwater -- this  allows the stems to draw in water instead of air -- and place  the flowers in the vase solution you've prepared.

If you purchase loose flowers for your own arrangements you  should also consider these tips:

  • When selecting  flowers, look for flowers with upright, firm petals and buds  beginning to open. Yellow, spotted or drooping leaves are  signs of age.

  • When using woody  stems and branches (such as quince, forsythia or lilac), cut  the stem with sharp pruning shears. Place in warm water  containing fresh flower food to promote flower opening.