Flower bouquets fit through the mailbox without getting ruined

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It may be easy to send seeds, and even a foldable kit to grow them indoors, through the post — à la Vancouver-based Patch — but flowers have to be hand-delivered due to their fragile nature. That is until online florist Bloom & Wild came along, with its special letterbox size packaging which preserves the freshly cut stems inside. Customers simply choose the flowers they'd like to buy or send as a gift — from single species to special mixes selected by the UK-based company — and choose an address to send it to. The flowers are then cut to…

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