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Baby Boy Gift Basket

Welcome a little baby boy into the world and congratulate the proud parents with this terrific gift set. A cute blue teddy for baby, a 110g box of chocolate pralines and a white rose plant for Mum and Dad are all presented together in a beautiful basket.

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  • Welcome a little baby boy into the world and congratulate the proud parents with this terrific gift set. A cute blue teddy for baby, a 110g box of chocolate pralines and a white rose plant for Mum and Dad are all presented together in a beautiful basket.

    Content (Standard)
    • Blue Teddy Bear
    • Pralines
    • Mini Roses Wite
    • GREY VINTAGE WILLOW RECTANGLE 30X16X12CM
  • Customer reviews

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    Overall Rating: 4.5

    Show 3 | 6 | 12 | 24 Customer reviews for Baby Boy Gift Basket
    Gordon | Hove | |
    Awesome
    Jan | Grand Gaube | |
    My daughter in law was very impressed with your flower arrangement.
    Emma | Dorking | |
    More choice of card would have been nice but the recipients loved it, which was the aim.
    Benjamin | Amersham | |
    Very good generally. It would have been good to get an email saying when it was dispatched or something as I was getting worried it wouldn’t arrive.
    Steve | Bridgwater | |
    The recipient was very happy.
    Ronald | Aberdeen | |
    Good value
    Anthony | Denia | |
    Service rating : Very good value and very prompt service.
    Product : The couple we sent the gift basket to said that it was very nice and they were delighted with it.
    marion | Bognor Regis | |
    Service rating : efficient
    Product : reliable
    Christine | Ipswich | |
    Service rating : Liked the opportunity to track delivery and the helpful service
    Product : My Granddaughter was very pleased with the gift on the birth of our first Great Grandchild. I will see it for myself when I visit on Monday
    Karen | Gillingham | |
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    Pat | Gardner Road | |
    We assumed the Gift Basket and Flowers were delivered appropriately but unfortunately, the recipient did not receive them because it was delivered to the wrong address (which was my fault) so, we hope the recipients at 22 Lindsey Road UB9 5BP enjoyed the gift which should have gone to 22 Dorset Vale RG42 3JL.
    Emma | York | |
    See above. Prosecco is always a nice treat, champagne tasting drink, without the price.

    Showing 1 to 12 of 25 reviews
  • Next day gift delivery

    All next-day courier delivered gifts are dispatched from our central production facility.


    • Deliveries are normally made between 8am and 8pm. However, during busy periods, these delivery times may differ slightly, and we reserve the right to deliver between 7am and 9pm.
    • If standard delivery is chosen, we cannot guarantee an exact delivery time
    • We do not guarantee to be able to follow delivery instructions.
  • Due to availability of stems, in rare circumstances the received product may vary from that shown in the picture. If a substitution is necessary, flowers of similar style, quality and value will be used. Sundry items may differ from those shown in the picture.

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    • Care tips - Roses

      Just add water....
      ....and a little pampering

      How do you feel when you arrive somewhere after a journey?

      Chances are your roses feel much the same. Welcome them to their new environment by following these simple steps.

      1. In the same way as you like to take off your coat and put down your bag, your roses want to get rid of any excess baggage. Carefully peel off any of the outer guard petals that look a little rugged – these were left on to protect against potential pre-arrival stresses. Likewise, remove any leaves that will be below the waterline of the vase, and untie any bits of string that are holding the stems together.
      2. While relaxation is important, you need to keep your roses on their toes. Cut about 3cm off the stems, ensuring you make the incision at a 45-degree angle. If you can perform this task while holding each stem under water, all the better.
      3. Drinks and snacks all round! Empty the sachet of plant food into a vase and fill it with water. Not ice cold water, mind you. Water is the red wine of roses, so they prefer a glass served at room temperature.
      4. Arrange the roses in the vase and then settle your guests somewhere they’ll feel welcome – away from bright light and drafts, and somewhere you’ll enjoy their company and remember to take care of them.


      Play the perfect host by changing the water and adding more plant food every few days. You can also perk up any heat-exhausted blossoms by soaking the entire flower in a sink of cold water for about an hour. Feel free to talk to your flowers, but be careful not to cause unease to other guests who may be visiting.

    • Care tips - Tulips

      Just add water....
      ....and a little pampering

      How do you feel when you arrive somewhere after a journey?

      Tulips aren’t your run-of-the-mill houseguests. They’re more like A-list celebrities – always looking for the limelight. To prevent arced stems that are the result of bending towards the sun, keep your tulips in their wrap for half a day while they sip on their flower food cocktail.

      1. While relaxation is important, you need to keep your tulips on their toes. Untie any bits of string that are keeping the flowers together and then cut about 3cm off each stem, ensuring you make the incision at a 45-degree angle. If you can perform this task while holding each stem under water, all the better.
      2. Drinks and snacks all round! Empty the sachet of plant food into a vase and fill it with water. Not ice cold water, mind you. Water is the red wine of tulips, so they prefer a glass served at room temperature.
      3. Arrange the tulips in the vase and then settle your guests somewhere they’ll feel welcome – away from bright light and drafts, and somewhere you’ll enjoy their company and remember to take care of them.


      Play the perfect host by changing the water and adding more plant food every few days. You can also perk up any heat-exhausted blossoms by soaking the entire flower in a sink of cold water for about an hour. Feel free to talk to your flowers, but be careful not to cause unease to other guests who may be visiting.

    • Care tips - Lilies

      Just add water....
      ....and a little pampering

      How do you feel when you arrive somewhere after a journey?

      Chances are your lilies feel much the same. Welcome them to their new environment by following these simple steps.

      Despite their air of sophistication, lilies are prone to being messy guests. You can prevent them from spilling pollen by carefully removing the stamens – hold each stamen firmly at its base and tug gently.

      1. In the same way as you like to take off your coat and put down your bag, your lilies want to get rid of any excess baggage. Remove any leaves that will be below the waterline of the vase, and untie any bits of string that are keeping the stems together.
      2. While relaxation is important, you need to keep your lilies on their toes. Cut about 3cm off the stems, ensuring you make the incision at a 45-degree angle. If you can perform this task while holding each stem under water, all the better.
      3. Drinks and snacks all round! Empty the sachet of plant food into a vase and fill it with water. Not ice cold water, mind you. Water is the red wine of lilies, so they prefer a glass served at room temperature.
      4. Arrange the lilies in the vase and then settle your guests somewhere they’ll feel welcome – away from bright light and drafts, and somewhere you’ll enjoy their company and remember to take care of them.


      Play the perfect host by changing the water and adding more plant food every few days. You can also perk up any heat-exhausted blossoms by soaking the entire flower in a sink of cold water for about an hour. Feel free to talk to your flowers, but be careful not to cause unease to other guests who may be visiting.

    • Care tips - Orchids

      Just add water....
      ....and a little pampering

      How do you feel when you arrive somewhere after a journey?

      Chances are your orchids feel much the same. Welcome them to their new environment by following these simple steps.

      Don’t despair if the flowers on your orchid die, simply snip off the stalk at the plant stem. If the whole stem turns brown, cut it down to about 15cm and you may be surprised with some new growth when you least expect it

      1. Don’t think your orchid is here for the plant equivalent of a city break. This is a guest who’ll be sticking around for a while. Orchids can last up to a month if properly tended, and may even revisit with new blooms four to six months after you think they’ve ‘gone’.
      2. Fortunately, proper tending doesn’t take much effort. All your orchid needs is a drink every now and again. Be wary of over-watering though, especially if your plant is in a plastic or metal container; plants in non-porous pots dry out a lot more slowly.
      3. Orchids do like their drinks just right, however, and only in the mornings. A little water once a week in colder climates and twice a week in warmer, drier climates should do the trick. Be careful to avoid wetting the leaves and mop up any pools of water with some tissue.
      4. Settle your guest somewhere it’ll feel welcome, and somewhere you’ll enjoy its company and remember to take care of it. Orchids thrive in bright light, but are averse to direct sun and drafts.


      Play the perfect host by changing the water and adding more plant food every few days. You can also perk up any heat-exhausted blossoms by soaking the entire flower in a sink of cold water for about an hour. Feel free to talk to your flowers, but be careful not to cause unease to other guests who may be visiting.

    • Care tips - Hand-tied bouquets

      Just add water....
      ....and a little pampering

      How do you feel when you arrive somewhere after a journey?

      Chances are your hand-tied bouquets feel much the same. Welcome them to their new environment by following these simple steps.

      1. In the same way as you like to take off your coat and put down your bag, your flowers want to get rid of any excess baggage. Remove the protective aqua packaging over a sink, but leave on the string tied around the stems – it holds the flowers in place and doesn’t discomfort them in the slightest.
      2. While relaxation is important, you need to keep your flowers on their toes. Lay the hand-tie on its side and cut about 3cm off the stems, ensuring you make the incision at a 45-degree angle.
      3. Drinks and snacks all round! Empty the sachet of plant food into a clean, wide-necked vase and fill it with water. Not ice cold water, mind you. Water is the red wine of the flower world: best served at room temperature.
      4. Lower the hand-tie into the vase and then settle your guests somewhere they’ll feel welcome – away from fruit, radiators, bright light and drafts, and somewhere you’ll enjoy their company and remember to take care of them.


      Play the perfect host by changing the water and adding more plant food every few days. You can also perk up any heat-exhausted blossoms by soaking the entire flower in a sink of cold water for about an hour. Feel free to talk to your flowers, but be careful not to cause unease to other guests who may be visiting.

    • Care tips - Gift-wrapped bouquets

      Just add water....
      ....and a little pampering

      How do you feel when you arrive somewhere after a journey?

      Chances are your gift-wrapped bouquets feel much the same. Welcome them to their new environment by following these simple steps.

      1. In the same way as you like to take off your coat and put down your bag, your flowers want to get rid of any excess baggage. After removing the flowers from their wrapping, untie any bits of string holding the stems together and carefully remove any leaves that will be below the waterline of the vase.
      2. While relaxation is important, you need to keep your flowers on their toes. Cut about 3cm off the stems, ensuring you make the incision at a 45-degree angle. If you can perform this task while holding each stem under water, all the better.
      3. Drinks and snacks all round! Empty the sachet of plant food into a clean vase and fill it with water. Not ice cold water, mind you. Water is the red wine of the flower world: best served at room temperature.
      4. Arrange the flowers in the vase and then settle your guests somewhere they’ll feel welcome – away from fruit, radiators, bright light and drafts, and somewhere you’ll enjoy their company and remember to take care of them.


      Play the perfect host by changing the water and adding more plant food every few days. You can also perk up any heat-exhausted blossoms by soaking the entire flower in a sink of cold water for about an hour. Feel free to talk to your flowers, but be careful not to cause unease to other guests who may be visiting.

    • Care tips - Items in oasis

      Just add water....
      ....and a little pampering

      How do you feel when you arrive somewhere after a journey?

      Chances are your flowers feel much the same. Even though they’ve arrived in a limousine-like vase with plush seats of florist’s foam, they’d appreciate a down-to-earth welcome to their new environment.

      1. There’s nothing like a drink to make your flowers feel at home. Gently pour some fresh, room-temperature water into the centre or back of the arrangement, adding a little more after the first serving has been absorbed by the foam.
      2. Carry on in this fashion until the foam can no longer absorb any more. Tip off any excess water.
      3. Settle your guests somewhere they’ll feel welcome – away from fruit, radiators, bright light and drafts, and somewhere you’ll enjoy their company and remember to take care of them.


      Play the perfect host by changing the water and adding more plant food every few days. You can also perk up any heat-exhausted blossoms by soaking the entire flower in a sink of cold water for about an hour. Feel free to talk to your flowers, but be careful not to cause unease to other guests who may be visiting.

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