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We invite you to see why with the freshest flowers, a floral design staff second to none and a commitment to customer satisfaction and detail have made Avas Flowers one of the top florists serving Carbon Cliff, Illinois as well as all of Rock Island County!
We are continually striving to grow our floral expertise and take great pride in making sure that our customers in Carbon Cliff, Illinois are happy with every flower delivery. We are a family owned florist offering same day flower delivery in Carbon Cliff while offering discount prices and great flowers! We want to be your choice for flower delivery in Carbon Cliff!
This attitude ensures that you receive only the freshest roses, most beautiful anniversary flowers and birthday arrangements possible in Carbon Cliff and our extensive assortment of fresh flowers, plants, gift baskets, bouquets and baskets is sure to meet all of your gift-giving needs in Rock Island County, IL.
Avas Flowers offers a large selection of green plants, fruit baskets and funeral flowers for funeral homes in Carbon Cliff. So whether you need to send anniversary flowers to an office in Carbon Cliff, a graduation arrangement to a Carbon Cliff school or a birthday bouquet to a residence in Carbon Cliff, Avas Flowers is here to make your day special and memorable.
Get Well Soon & Newborn Baby Floral Arrangements
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Daily Delivery of Floral Arrangements to Nursing Homes
We offer flower delivery in Rock Island County, IL to the following zip codes in an award winning gift box and through our affiliated local florists in and around Carbon Cliff, Illinois :
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The basket was beautiful, and just as pictured on the website. it was also delivered very fast, within 2 hours of placing it online. Yes, the funeral home was very close to the florist, but I was surprised at the speed anyway. The site is also easy to use, and there's a 15% discount for using it, rather than calling in..