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Boise Flower Delivery

Send Flowers to Boise

The capital of Idaho is a great historic town with so much to do and explore. Rich with culture, Boise has a variety of museums, gardens, parks, and trails. Known as the city of trees, Boise has a wilderness area that is over 2.5 million acres! Gift these nature-lovers with beautiful flowers, and they won't be able to thank you enough. We have floral partners all over this city, ready to deliver joy to your loved ones! Check out our gift options below.

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Grace Assisted Living – Boise
250 South Allumbaugh Street
Boise, ID, 83709

Truewood by Merrill, Boise
2600 North Milwaukee Street
Boise, ID, 83704

Idaho Botanical Garden
2355 North Old Penitentiary Road
Boise, ID, 83712

Boise Funeral Home & Cremation
8209 West Fairview Avenue
Boise, ID, 83704

Relyea Funeral Chapel
318 North Latah Street
Boise, ID, 83706

Alden-Waggoner Funeral Chapel & Crematory
5400 West Fairview Avenue
Boise, ID, 83706

Luke's Boise Medical Center
190 East Bannock Street
Boise, ID, 83712

Saint Alphonsus Health System
1055 North Curtis Road
Boise, ID, 83706

Luke's Children's Hospital
190 East Bannock Street
Boise, ID, 83712

Boise State University
1910 West University Drive
Boise, ID, 83725

University of Idaho Boise
322 East Front Street
Boise, ID, 83702

From downtown to North, South, East, and West Boise, our partners can deliver to almost any neighborhood in this city. Check out the beautiful Boise State University, which has a student population of 22,113, and send flowers to your favorite sports player or scholar. We also have the option to send a gift to someone in one of the hospitals or nursing homes who needs some extra love in their day.

Popular Spots in Boise

If you're a history buff, Boise, Idaho, is the place to be. Visit Foote Park Interpretive Center, a national monument and historical site where you can learn all about Arthur De Wint Foote and his wife, Mary Hallock Foote, and how these two influenced the innovation of artwork and design in the Old West. You can also explore the art museum that features tons of history on the American West.

The Main Oregon Trail Back Country Byway follows the same route as the pioneers who traveled through the Idaho desert. Explore the trails or check out Three Island Crossing State Park for Conestoga replicas. Here, you'll learn all about the immigrants who mastered this challenging terrain.

If you find yourself in the Old Penitentiary Historic District, visit the Botanical Garden, nestled in the Boise Foothills. This is a 15-acre peaceful garden area showcasing the native and domestic plants that are adapted to the Boise region. Here, you can even donate florals to the park and others around the area. Check out our gift options above.

If you love birds, the World Center for Birds of Prey is the place to be. Observe the beautiful wildlife and view live bird exhibits and interactions. You'll even get to learn about the wonders of their flight abilities, survival, and unique relationships with humans. All proceeds from admissions and purchases support conservation programs across the globe.

Seeking an epic adventure? Boise is also filled with vibrant shops and eateries with excitement on every corner. And with a considerable bike scene, you can rent a ride for the day and hop around town. Explore the parks with fun markets and hike in the foothills in the morning, ending the day at a brewery or eclectic restaurant.

Freak Alley Gallery is the largest outdoor mural space in the Northwest and something you must see. Free and open 24/7, it promotes local art and artists. And if you get lucky, you'll even get to witness some of the artwork being created.

You can even walk around the college campus and see what events the students are participating in that week. They even have a local ski resort where you can go tubing, skiing, and snowboarding. And don't forget to grab tickets to a football or basketball game – go Broncos!