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  • Bloom & Wild makes it easier to send flowers
  • Bloom & Wild makes it easier to send flowers
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Bloom & Wild makes it easier to send flowers

Sending flowers can sometimes communicate what words can’t. Bloom & Wild has made it easier than ever to send flowers to your loved ones via a partnership with Shutl that promises a two-hour delivery time for a chosen bouquet that can be delivered through the mailbox.

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