Introducing the LMD x AMEX Flower Flash Box, Holiday Edition. This year the holidays will look a little bit different but that doesn’t mean we can’t keep traditions alive and entertain with our family and friends in a safe fashion. Whether it be in real time or virtually, conjuring a sense of community and feeling festive is so important during the holiday season. Lewis believes that flowers add a lightness and joyful spirit to the home and instantly bring a room to life. This elevated floral offering includes anemones, specialty tulips, velvety ranunculus and much more. Included with your box of fresh flowers is a link accessing a series of short instructional videos taught by Lewis. You will learn how to clean and hydrate your flowers and create a variety of arrangements for your home, a centerpiece for your coffee table, a bedside arrangement, even a bud vase for your neighbor. LMD has always folded in a gesture of goodwill with every Flower Flash Box sold, so it is our pleasure to partner with American Express, a company that champions communities and small businesses, and to give back during this challenging time. 10% of the proceeds from each sale will be donated to the Crossroads Homeless Shelter at St. Bartholomew's Church in New York City
Limited Edition of 50.
10% of the proceeds from this box will be donated to the Crossroads Homeless Shelter at St. Bartholomew's Church in New York City
Price includes free delivery, anywhere in the United States.
Once you complete your purchase, a link will be emailed to you with a series of instructional videos taught by Lewis Miller.
Purchases can only be made with an American Express credit card
Flower Flash Box includes:
10 Stems Anemones
15 Stems Hyacinth
30 Stems Tulips
10 Stems Ranunculus
1 Bunch Silver Dollar Eucalyptus
On rare occasions, small floral substitutions may be made. We work closely with our team in Holland to make sure that any substitutions provide comparable variety and quality to the original stems.
A message regarding the shipping of products during the Covid-19 pandemic:
There are strict guidelines set during this pandemic, no one with cold or flu symptoms can work on the flower farms. Only those that physically have to pack the boxes and transport them to the airport come to work, the rest work digitally. Those that do have to come to work have to take all the recommended precautions during handling the product, like wearing gloves/washing hands, and socially distancing themselves from others. Having written all of this, be safe and spray the outside of the box with disinfectant as I imagine we all are doing with deliveries from Amazon, and the like….