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Cleveland Flower Delivery

Send Flowers to Cleveland

The city of Cleveland is the 51st largest city in the USA and sits in the state of Ohio in the Cuyahoga County . The city is located 60 miles west of Pennsylvania border on the southern shore. The city rose to prominence owing to its steel manufacturing industry that saw it build its economy and diversify to other activities such as financial services, healthcare industry, and biomedical. Today Cleveland is well-known for its basketball team and vibrate restaurant scene. At From You Flowers' we think Cleveland rocks and partner with local Cleveland florists to offer the best gifts for same day Cleveland delivery.

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Cleveland Botanical Garden
11030 East Blvd.
Cleveland, OH 44106

Cleveland Clinic Childrens Hospital
9500 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106

University Hospital Main Campus
11100 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106

From You Flowers works with a collection of local Cleveland florist partners that allows us to delivery gifts all over the city, including the suburbs. This includes flower delivery to Akron, which is the 5th largest city in the USA and goes with the nickname "city of inventions". The city is popular for its rubber, tire, and airship industries. Another neighbor of Cleveland that we delivery to is Canton located south of Akron and is notable for its pro football hall of fame. Whether your loved one who you are sending the gift to lives in North Colinwood, Lee-Miles, Riverside or anywhere in between we are excited to serve them.

Places to See in Cleveland

The city of Cleveland is renowned for its infusion of culture, race, and art. The city is home to the rock and roll hall of fame, which is a major tourist attraction. When it comes to culture, Cleveland is also home to the Cleveland Museum of Art that showcases various art from around the world. The museum has a particularly strong inclination to art from America, medieval Europe, and Asia. The Cleveland museum of natural history is also another popular tourist attraction in the city for those marveled by natural history like evolution. The city is also home to beautiful botanical gardens, the great lake science center, and is also popular for its sporting history, particularly in baseball and basketball.