Pay R135 for a beautiful mixed rose bunch from Myflorist, valued at R269 (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a beautiful mixed bunch of roses
- A bouquet of roses for every occasion
- Unlimited purchases
- Groupon redeemable for up to 1 month
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only online
- Groupon excludes delivery (R49)
- Only Durban and highway area
- Delivery restrictions apply
Whether it’s sorry I forgot our anniversary roses, sorry I rode over your favourite garden gnome roses or even I’m sorry I ate your yoghurt out of the fridge at work roses, Myflorist has the perfect bouquet for your occasion. Get the flowers you need with today’s Groupon: Pay R135 for a beautiful mixed rose bunch.
Everyone loves receiving flowers, some more than others. In fact some expect flowers on a weekly basis from their husbands, on monthly anniversaries or on a day-to-day basis, just so they can feel loved. Other people appreciate the every now and again flowers and feel these have a greater impact. These sorts of flowers are a great surprise, especially when they are delivered to the person’s doorstep.
Deciding when to send flowers though is only half the battle. Selecting the right flower is just as important. For example, it is unwise to send red roses to your best mate’s girlfriend as everyone knows red indicates love (unless you think you’re a character in a Hollywood rom-com).However, sending roses to your girlfriend because you forgot your girlfriends birthday is a very wise choice.
Different colour roses mean different things though. Everyone knows yellow is for friends and white is for thank you while a mixed bunch is the most beautiful of all. Myflorist knows this which is why they are offering a beautiful bouquet of mixed roses for R135. For R135 you can say, “good luck finding that new garden-gnome” or “please forgive me for eating your blueberry flavoured yoghurt.”
Floral fact #490: The first flowers ever given were in Sweden. A woodcutter gave them to his beloved for accidently mowing through her rose bush. He hid the remains under the kitchen sink, next to the biscuits which in turn invented the first ever rose water flavoured biscuits.