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Why Flower Subscriptions?
Flowers by Moira delivers fresh flower arrangements to some of North Bay’s most distinguished businesses and residences. We recognize the importance of creating a beautiful impression in businesses and homes. Our clients trust in our ability to help create these impressions for them.
It would be an honour to create a floral vision for your space. Let us take care of your next floral arrangement.
Choose Your Subscription Frequency
Be the envy of your block with a new floral arrangement on a weekly basis. Keep visitors curious from week-to-week with an alternating arrangement.
Do you prefer to admire arrangements for a longer period of time? Consider a bi-weekly subscription to freshen things up on a less frequent basis.
For some, one or two weeks is too soon to change things up. You may prefer our monthly subscription instead.
How do They Work?
Deliveries take place on Mondays.
The following Monday (as per your frequency), we retrieve the old arrangement. We take care of the container and waste for cleaning and composting.
- New arrangements replace old ones and are held in a tasteful container (i.e. no plastics)
- Note that weekly subscription arrangements start at $40.00 each.
Benefits of Flower Subscriptions
We recommend inviting plants and flowers into your life as they have been identified as beneficial. Here are some reasons why:
- Reduces ambient noise. Reducing ambient noise in the background, which could otherwise be distracting, allows occupants to concentrate on their work.
- Clean the air. NASA’s clean air study outlines which plants help remove chemicals from our environment.
- Make your space more inviting. Plants and flowers are a stylish way to add the finishing touch to any room whether it be the office or home. Imagine your space teeming with vibrant greenery conveying a positive brand image to visitors. How many shades of green can you imagine?
- Helps reduce sickness and absence rates. Greenery can be beneficial to your health.
Biophilia is the term coined by the Harvard naturalist Dr. Edward O. Wilson. Dr. Wilson identified humans tendency to interact or be closely associated with other forms of life in nature is simply human nature.