Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Eco-friendly Way to Send Flowers

Valentine's Day was last week and I have to say i did NOT buy flowers this year! The price of flowers have drastically gone up over the years especially if you want them delivered. 
I love fresh flowers in the house but they tend to die quickly. I can't justify spending loads of money on something that will die in two days! I have found a solution that will save you money and still allow you to send flowers!
The Flowerling app allows you to do what you already love to do – send flowers – but in a new way. Using this app also makes a positive impact on the world we all share.

“This is a sponsored post on behalf of Review Wire Media for the Flowerling App. I received information to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation.
The Flowering app is free to download from iTunes and you get 3 days to play around. Flowerling purchases are made using coins that you can buy through the app. 
5 coins is equivalent to $0.99 
10 coins is $1.99 
26 coins is $4.99 
38 coins is $6.99 
55 coins is $9.99 
These are just some examples of purchases you could make. You can select individual flowers, potted plants or bouquets. It really is just like going to the Florist shop without the traveling hassle! Each day you can watch your flower change, open and eventually die (don't worry you can composting once it has died).
For every flower sent they plant a Mangrove Tree in Madagascar with the Eden Reforestation project. Why Madagascar you ask? It’s a nation with over 200,000 species of plants and animals that don’t exist anywhere else in the world, but more than 90% of their forests have been destroyed. Planting 1 tree, or 2 or 3, will help tremendously as the years go on to rebuild what was lost.
The Flowerling App is not only easy to use but is a socially conscience and eco-friendly way to buy and send flowers.
Who would do you send flowers to?
Which flower is your favorite??

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