FAQ

At lush flowers, we aim to be Christchurch's preferred florist, making buying flowers as easy and pleasurable as possible. We hope to answer your questions here, but please call us if you have any other queries.

Where does lush flowers - Christchurch's local florist shop deliver flowers to?

We can deliver your fresh flowers or gifts on three seperate delivery runs during week days at 9.30am, 12.30pm and 3.30pm, anywhere in the Canterbury area. We normally need same day orders to residential addresses to be received before 2.30pm and deliveries to businesses before 12 to ensure delivery before closing of the business, however if you give us a call we will try our hardest to make it happen.

Delivery from our florist to suburbs anywhere within Christchurch is $15, delivery to rural addresses is $20 and delivery to the rest of the south island is $25.

We deliver fresh flowers daily, straight from our florist shop to Sumner, Taylors Mistake, Redcliffs, Mount Pleasant, St Andrews Hill, Moncks Bay, Ferrymead, Lyttelton, Heathcote Valley, Scarborough, Richmond Hill, Clifton, Moncks Spur, Balmoral Hill, Corsair Bay, Cass Bay, Diamond Harbour, Governours Bay, Akaroa, South Brighton, New Brighton, North Brighton, Hillsborough, Waltham, Aranui, Bromley, Opawa, St Martins, Cashmere, St Albans, Fendalton, Merivale, Riccarton, Halswell, Belfast, Styx, Redwood and the rest of Christchurch.

Are my credit card details safe?

As a valued customer, you can be assured your details are safe using our online florist shop.

We have a dedicated 256 bit (double industry standard) validated SSL certificate to provide you with the utmost trust that your details will be secure during data transfer. Check for the validation logo at the bottom right of your screen and ensure there is a padlock symbol in your browser.

We will never give out information to anyone without your permission, and any sensitive information will be deleted once the order is processed.

Do you deliver to Christchurch Hospitals?

Yes we do deliver to all Christchurch hospitals, however if sending to the Public Christchurch Hospital it pays to first check with their patient inquiries as a large majority of wards no longer accept flowers and living plants. As an alternative to sending flowers to the Public Hospital we can arrange a gift basket or other goodies to be sent instead.

If you have any concerns, please don't hesitate to call our florist shop.

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