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Avas Flowers offers same-day flower delivery to any area in the city of Knoxville, Tennessee.
Flowers are also used for services held at local funeral homes. Local owned and chain facilities are available to help residents. Funeral homes located in Knoxville include: The Rose Mortuary, Berry Funeral Home, Mynatt Funeral Home, Bridges Funeral Home, Highland Memorial Parks, Gentry-Griffery Funeral Home, Berry Funeral Home, and Click Funeral Home.
Funerals often require somber and thoughtful flower arrangements. Sprays are often created to cover the casket during the service. Standing display easels and sympathy bouquets may also be used if the space is more limited.
When sending sympathy flowers to a funeral home in the area it is best to place your order at least one day in advance. This will guarantee that your flowers arrive with plenty of time before the first viewing of the day.
We can also create living arrangements for loved ones sent to a hospital. There are several hospitals that are within the wide service area in Knoxville. Hospitals and general health care facilities that we offer delivery to include the University of Tennessee Medical Center, located at 1924 Alcoa Highway, The Pediatric Endocrinology, Mercy Emergency Services, and The Physicians Regional Medical Center.
Sending flowers to a loved one currently living in a nursing home or assisted living facility is common in Knoxville. Nursing homes in the area include: NHC HealthCare, Northhaven Kindred Healthcare, Hillcrest Health Care, Atria Weston Place, Holston Health & Rehab Center, and Williamsburg Villas.
Send a beautiful bouquet or mixed flower arrangement to a friend or to a family member at one of the many assisted living facilities in the area for any occasion including holidays and birthdays today.
We offer delivery to all of the greater metro areas in Knoxville. This is necessary as many residents live outside of the city limits. Neighborhoods in Knoxville include, but are not limited to Bearden, Bluegrass, Cedar Bluff, Concord, Downtown Knoxville, East Knoxville, Farragut, Fort Sanders, Fountain City, Halls, Hardin Valley, Karns, and North Knoxville.
We are also available anytime to have flowers sent to Powell, Rocky Hill, Sequoyah Hills, South Knoxville, Turkey Creek, Fort Sanders, and West Hills. Avas Flowers offers delivery to any home or business located in Tennessee.
Get Well Soon & Newborn Baby Floral Arrangements
137 BLOUNT AVE
2018 CLINCH AVE
1901 W CLINCH AVE
900 E OAK HILL AVE
Funeral Arrangements, Funeral Sprays, & Fruit Baskets
2823 Martin Luther King Jr Ave
4004 Holston Dr
1425 Mccalla Ave
2300 Adair Ave
Daily Delivery of Floral Arrangements to Nursing Homes
6801 MIDDLEBROOK PIKE
801 VANOSDALE RD
2120 HIGHLAND AVE
3300 N BROADWAY ST
We offer flower delivery in Knox County, TN to the following zip codes in an award winning gift box and through our affiliated local florists in and around Knoxville, Tennessee :
37901, 37902, 37909, 37912, 37914, 37915, 37916, 37917, 37918, 37919, 37920, 37921, 37922, 37923, 37924, 37927, 37928, 37929, 37930, 37931, 37932, 37933, 37934, 37938, 37939, 37940, 37950, 37990, 37995, 37996, 37997, 37998
We contact local florists if need be and check on these abilities if a specific floral delivery need is required. Some of the florists that we may or may not choose for your order are listed below. This is not a complete list nor does it indicate that we recommend, endorse, are affiliated with or we will actually use any of these florists.
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