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Birmingham Flower Delivery

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The City of Birmingham often referred to as "Bham”, is the most populous city in the state of Alabama and the county seat of Jefferson County. Its population was estimated at 668,813 residents according to the 2010 census. If you have your loved ones in this city there’s nothing as beautiful as sending them flowers. It's a great way to show how much you care about them. Flowers can be a wonderful gift for anyone who loves nature. Don't hesitate to use our flower delivery services to express yourself. We can help you with any occasion with the best same-day delivery services.

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Morningside of Vestavia Hills
2435 Columbiana Road
Birmingham, AL 35216

Brookdale University Park
400 University Park Drive
Birmingham, AL 35209

Rocky Ridge
3517 Lorna Road
Hoover, AL 35216

Birmingham Botanical Gardens
2612 Lane Park Road
Birmingham, AL 35223

Poole's Funeral Chapels, Inc.
1501 7th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203

Johns-Ridout's Funeral Parlors
2116 University Boulevard
Birmingham, AL 35233

Grey-Bushelon Funeral Home
2512 29th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35207

Grandview Emergency Department
3690 Grandview Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35243

UAB Hospital
1802 6th Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35233

Ascension St. Vincent’s Birmingham
810 St Vincents Drive
Birmingham, AL 35205

University of Alabama at Birmingham
1720 University Boulevard
Birmingham, AL 35294

Birmingham-Southern College
900 Arkadelphia Road
Birmingham, AL 35254

Strayer University
2 20th St N Suite 150
Birmingham, AL 35203

Some of the places we deliver to in Birmingham include:


Downtown/ midtown is a unique neighborhood with modern architecture and art galleries. Sorer than just an office district, this area also houses some of the best restaurants in the entire city.


Southside is where all the action takes place. It is home to the University of Alabama, the main campus of the Birmingham School System, and the largest shopping center in Alabama.


It is also famous for the historic Highland Avenue Arts District which features more than 50 art galleries, boutiques, and specialty shops.

West End

West End is a beautiful residential community with several parks and golf courses. West End is located along the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.

East Lake

Located on the shores of Lake Martin, this upscale suburb offers a variety of housing options, including single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums, and apartment complexes.


An exclusive neighborhood within the city limits of Birmingham, Crestwood is famous for its high-quality education setup that features top-rated private schools and an award-winning public school system.

Mountain Brook

It is one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Birmingham, AL. Mountain Brook boasts over $1 billion worth of properties. With many high-end stores and restaurants, this area is sure to please any shopper.

Popular Attractions in the City

There are many attractions in Birmingham that will surely make the trip worthwhile. Here are some of the top places that most people like visiting.

• Regions Field – This is the home stadium for the Birmingham Barons baseball team where all the favorite teams play. Plus, it is the first domed sports facility in America.

• Birmingham Zoo - Located near downtown Birmingham, the zoo is open year-round and features animals from all over the world. When you visit here you’ll see elephants, gorillas, giraffes, lions, tigers, monkeys, and zebras.

• Wright Brothers National Memorial - The site is a memorial dedicated to the Wright brothers, who invented the airplane. The monument includes a museum, flight simulator, and a replica of the 1903 Flyer.

• Patton Museum - Located in downtown Birmingham, the museum features exhibits that has a lot of information about the city's history.

• Chateau Elan Winery - Owned by actor George Clooney, Chateau Elan Wineries is home to a variety of wines that you’ll see in Birmingham.

• Birmingham Museum of Art - One of the oldest museums in the state of Alabama, the museum features exhibits ranging from ancient Egyptian artifacts to contemporary art

• Vulcan Park & Museum – This is a living history park featuring a working replica of the first space shuttle

• Cahaba River Greenway - The river includes a paved trail along the banks of the Cahaba River that runs through the city's heart.

• The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute: Dedicated to preserving the civil rights movement, the institute houses an extensive collection of photographs, documents, and other materials that represent the struggle for freedom that we are enjoying today.