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Tuscon Flower Delivery

Send Flowers to Tuscon

Tucson, which is in the Sonoran Desert area of Arizona, is surrounded by mountains and deserts. Its natural beauty brings visitors and new residents flocking to the area. You'll see visions of the past in its El Presidio Historic District with its restored 19th-century adobe houses, as well as a view to the future as the University of Arizona, is located here. From You Flowers is happy to be working alongside our local Tucson florist partners to offer delivery to the historic, as well as the modern neighborhoods in the city. From birthday flowers to get well gifts we offer a collection of same day Tucson flower delivery options to celebrate today's special occasion.

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Tucson Botanical Gardens
2150 N Alvernon Way
Tucson, AZ 85712

Yume Japanese Gardens of Tucson
2130 N Alvernon Way
Tucson, AZ 85712

Diamond Children's Medical Center
1625 N Campbell Ave
Tucson, AZ 85719

Tucson ER & Hospital
4575 E Broadway Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85711

If you're visiting, you'll find plenty of nightlife and restaurants to keep you busy as well as a whole host of vintage clothing stores to check out during the day. Some of the more popular attractions include the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, the Pima Air & Space Museum, and the Old Tucson Studios. The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum has over 1,200 types of plants on 98 acres. You can enjoy two miles of walking paths while checking out all of the exhibits. If you haven't gotten enough of the great outdoors after your visit to the museum, then head on over to the Saguaro National Park. You'll find the saguaro cactus there which is the giant cactus you associate with the West. If flowers are more your thing, then you'll truly enjoy the Tohono Chul Park which is a 49-acre botanical garden. In addition, it is host to a nature preserve as well as a cultural museum. In town, you won't want to miss the St. Philips Farmers Market. It's open every weekend and is one of the largest farmers markets in southwestern Arizona. A great way to end your sightseeing is to check out the University of Arizona. It's a pretty campus and has its own museum with over 25,000 baskets and woven artifacts and 20,000 pieces of pottery created by the Southwest Indians.