Orlando Christmas Flower Delivery
Local Orlando Florists deliver the biggest and freshest arrangement for your joy and merriment this holiday season! But, what else can be done to celebrate the season? Well, there is playing in man-made snow flurries, sipping eggnog under the palm trees, and of course you know you can celebrate with all of your favorite animated characters and sea animals! You can also visit LEGOLAND and take a look at a 30-foot tall Christmas Tree made of LEGO’s! Speaking of trees, there is the Festival of Trees hosted by the Orlando Museum of Arts. Beautifully decorated Christmas trees and window displays may even feature some beautiful Christmas flowers provided by local Orlando Florists!
Orlando florists call this theme-park city home.
Orlando Florida was once known as the center of Florida's well known citrus industry, but thanks to the legendary Walt Disney, that's all changed. Walt Disney first announced plans to build Walt Disney World in 1965 with his vision coming to fruition when the resort opened its doors in 1971. The famous resort has put Orlando on the map as one of the top vacation destinations in the world.
Walt Disney resort set the stage for the emergence of Orlando as a city that houses more theme parks and entertainment attractions than anywhere else. Orlando soon became home to Sea World, Universal Orlando Resort, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach to name just some of the areas' top tourist favorites.
Disney's Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studio and Magic Kingdom have all held an allure with children and adults alike since they first opened their doors. Epcot has also proven to hold appeal as a fun way to educate visitors on technology and innovation. One of the most spectacular displays at Epcot is the International Flower and Garden Festival. If you are looking to see flowers in Orlando, this festival will not disappoint. Thousands of Orlando flowers are brought in for the 75 day event that showcases over 30 million blooms throughout the park. In addition to the visitors that come from all over the world, the festival is also a favorite of Orlando flower designers who come to enjoy the floral works of art. Orland florists also come out in high numbers to see the creative expertise Disney's horticulturists. There are 350 horticulturists on staff at Disney responsible for the creation of the most incredible topiaries to be found in the world. These Orlando flower experts work hard to keep the parks flora in pristine condition.
Orlando florists would love to be responsible for the flower demand the parks collectively create however there isn't a single Orlando flower shop that could supply all of their needs. Most of Disney's flora comes from local Orlando flower growers and Orlando flower wholesalers which contributes to the local economy. There are several other places to see beautiful Orlando flowers in bloom such as Leu Gardens, Kraft Azalea Gardens, or the serene Cypress gardens, but the Epcot International Flower Festival is hands down the biggest, best and most magical of them all.
Orlando "Must See" Attractions
Here are some places to visit while in Orlando:
- Busch Gardens
- SeaWorld Orlando
- Universal Orlando Resort
- Discovery Cove
- Walt Disney World Resort
Our florists in Winter Park or Longwood flower shops can help deliver beautiful flower arrangements right to your front door. Maitland florists and flower shops in Altamonte Springs that are located right in the neighborhood can guarantee the freshest flowers available. You can trust real Fern Park local florists and Windermere flower shops for reliable florist-delivered flowers.
If, I can someday see M. Claude Monet's garden,
I feel sure that I shall see something that is not so much a garden of flowers as of colours and tones,
less an old-fashioned flower garden than a colour garden, so to speak,
one that achieves an effect not entirely nature's,
because it was planted so that only the flowers with matching colours will bloom at the same time,
harmonized in an infinite stretch of blue or pink.
- Marcel Proust
Today as in the time of Pliny and Columella, the hyacinth flourishes in Wales, the periwinkle in Illyria, the daisy on the ruins of Numantia,
while around them cities have changed their masters and their names, collided and smashed, disappeared into nothingness,
their peaceful generations have crossed down the ages as fresh and smiling as on the days of battle.
- Edgar Quinet