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Oklahoma Flowers

Same Day Delivery to Oklahoma

Oklahoma is home to almost four million people. Friendly people, affordable cost of living, and a vibrant economy make Oklahoma a great place to live. Send a handcrafted bouquet of fresh flowers or a blooming plant anywhere in the Sooner State with From You Flowers. On birthdays and holidays, flowers are the perfect gift for a loved one or host/hostess. A floral arrangement, bouquet, or indoor plant can also mark a special occasion like a graduation, retirement, housewarming, or a new baby. Or, show your appreciation to a colleague, client, or neighbor. At the same time, flowers can be a meaningful way to reach out during a time of loss. Whatever the occasion, From You Flowers can help you select just the right gift. And, many of our available flowers, plants and more are available for same-day delivery.

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Mistletoe
Oklahoma State Flower:
Mistletoe

Native Flowers: Pin Cherry, Swamp Rose, Blackeyed Susan, Elderberry, Cup Plant, Jacob's Ladder

Common Flowers: Canna, Rose, Iris

State Flower: Mistletoe

Largest Cities: Oklahoma, Tulsa, Cleveland, Comanche

Nickname: The Sooner State

We partner with local florists near you to ensure you get the freshest flowers and plants delivered as quickly as possible. Same day delivery is available on hundreds of items for orders placed before 3p.m.

From You Flowers delivers to all the major cities in Oklahoma as well as the smaller towns in between. Send flowers to residences, funeral homes, hospitals, and business addresses in Oklahoma City, the state’s capital and most populated city. We can also deliver to people in Tulsa, Norman, Broken Arrow, Edmond, Lawton, and more.

Points of Interest in Oklahoma

One of the most popular draws to Oklahoma is the Oklahoma City Thunder basketball team, who play home games at Paycom Center in downtown Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City is also home to the Philbrook Museum of Art, and the Oklahoma City National Memorial.

Oklahoma has a rich tapestry of Native American history, evident in the names of various cities, towns, and landmarks, and in some of the state’s most beloved museums and attractions, such as the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum and the Museum of the Great Plains.

Oklahoma is a state with many thriving college communities. Some of the major schools in Oklahoma include the University of Oklahoma, the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma City University, Oral Roberts University, and Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology-Okmulgee. Flowers or a lush green plant are a great way to make your college student feel at home while they’re away at school, or congratulate them on their new achievements.