This is why your Mother’s Day flowers will probably be dead by midweek

Mother’s Day is Sunday and to celebrate many moms across the country will get a bouquet of flowers… that will probably be dead by midweek.

Some online floral retailers, like The Bouqs Co., think the key to maximizing the amount of time flowers stay healthy and beautiful in a consumer’s home is minimizing the amount of time it spends en route to get there.

Many of the flowers that are bought and gifted in the U.S. come from South America, particularly Colombia and Ecuador, or are grown domestically, according to John Tabis, chief executive of The Bouqs Co.

An online flower retailer that launched in 2012, The Bouqs Co.

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