BloomsyBox sent Adelina product to review. All thoughts are 100% her own honest feelings.
If there is one thing that can always bring a smile to my face, it’s a beautiful vase of flowers. The room can be a mess, the sun can be hiding behind clouds, but one look at the pop of color from flowers on my table and I feel like everything is going to be alright.
Whenever we head to the store, my 6-year-old has to stop at the flowers and admire their beauty while also begging me to get some. I tend to sit there and debate with myself. On the one hand, they are beautiful and I want to bring them home. On the other hand, they’re a bit pricey for me and don’t usually last terribly long. So I save them for special occasions like birthdays.
Before I even opened my BloomsyBox there was a little card poking out the side. I pulled it out and read that when I opened the box my flowers might look wilted. A little shock set in, but keep reading! The card went on to let me know that BloomsyBox wants my flowers to last long; so rather than sending me flowers at the peak of their bloom, they sent me flowers that have recently budded. To perk them I would just need to put them in water with the flower food they also sent, and wait up to 48 hours.
After day 1 a couple of the flowers were opening up, day 2, a few more, and now they are all open and beautiful! The leaves were my biggest concern, but they really perked up as well.
A unique feature at BloomsyBox is that they only send single variety flowers. No mixtures, and no extra fluff around the edges. I received a bunch of Alstroemerias or Peruvian Lily. The next feature that makes BloomsyBox unique is that they source their flowers straight from farms in South America, Holland, Thailand, and California!
If you’re looking for a way to bring a smile to your face, or your Mom’s this week, try a bunch of flowers. Who would you send BloomsyBox subscription to?