How much should you spend on flowers?

It’s easier than ever to order flowers online, but when you want assurance the flowers you order will be the best quality, contact Brant Florist in Burlington.

Unfortunately, there are thousands of deceptive florist websites that promise wonderful images for $19.95 or $29.95. Millions are drawn in by the low prices and beautiful images that are often copied from other websites. But what do you actually get?
frustrated online shopper
Sometimes nothing is actually delivered, or the bouquet is small, shabby, sparse and even old. Adjustments and refunds never come. Only phone messages and emails are accepted.

Buyer beware — always check the florist’s reputation and reviews.

For quality flowers and excellent customer service, deal with a real florist with an actual storefront. Since 1961, the staff at locally owned and operated Brant Florist have been pouring their hearts and talents into creating gorgeous flower arrangements that are guaranteed.

The phony, deceptive websites have only an 800 number and a lot of wordy promises. Both the Toronto Star’s consumer advocate reporter and the CBC television program Marketplace have featured the website as one such floral website that promises much more than it actually delivers.

If the price looks too good to be true, it usually is, and that’s especially true with flowers. The average florist order for delivery is in the $60 to $95 range. Smaller bouquets can be delivered for less, and if you want a larger, more impressive gift, expect to pay more than $100. Florists fill orders based on the amount of money on the order; the image is a guide only.

Brant Florist has received a Readers’ Choice Award every year for the past 21 years for its outstanding, personalized service and quality products.

Keep Smiling Mixed Flowers Smile Vase - BF2905

Keep Smiling Mixed Flowers Smile Vase – BF2905

To place an order, call 905-639-7001 or 877-545-5535. You can also order online or in person. Visit Brant Florist at 461 Brant Street in Burlington to see the high quality of their flowers. Parking is free at the John Street entrance.