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Why is this flower shop in Lakewood, FL not offering flowers online?

The Flower Shop is not offering flower online.

The owner of the business, Gina DeLa Cruz, told Local 10 that she started the business in January 2017 to sell dried flower online and that it has since expanded to selling dried flower in other states as well.

“I am a single mom and I started this business to sell flowers for sale,” DeLaCruz said.

“I’m really happy to be able to offer these flowers online.”

DeLaCruz explained that her daughter’s parents and her husband started the shop as a way to help with expenses after their son’s death.

They now sell flowers and do their own growing and harvesting.

“We are very thankful to have our customers as customers and we hope to continue selling flowers for people who are in need,” she said.

DeLa Cruz said she wants to provide a service that will help people with different needs.

She has had requests from people in California, Florida, Arizona, and Washington.

DeVito Rodriguez, an online flower vendor in Florida, has also started selling flowers online.

Rodriguez is in the process of growing flowers and selling them online.

He said he’s selling dried flowers in California.

“For people that need dried flowers for their gardens and to grow flowers for the flowers that they grow themselves, we’re a great option,” Rodriguez said.

He said he has received many requests from customers who want to purchase flowers online for other states, but the business has been slow to accept requests.

“The flowers that we sell are for our customers, but we’ve had to deal with it all year,” Rodriguez added.

Rodriguez said he and his business partner, Carlos Ramirez, started their business in late 2017.

He sells dried flowers online and is looking to expand to other states.

Rodriques website says that dried flower is available in four states.

The flowers are sold in the form of paper or wax and are usually shipped by ground or air.

In Florida, dried flowers are available at Flower Shop Lakewood from 4 p.m. to 6 p.p.m., Monday through Saturday.

They can be picked up at the flower shop by calling 305-947-9292.

De La Cruz said that she plans to keep the business open.

“Our goal is to continue to expand our business to other markets,” she added.