Have Your Flowers Delivered to Arthur, Ontario
YES - We deliver flowers to Arthur, ON!
Order your flowers online and have your flowers delivered to Arthur Ontario today! We offer two easy ways to order: Browse our floral arrangements and order online through our secure online order form or call us toll-free at 1-888-878-2881. We service Arthur, ON for all your floral needs such as Birthday Flowers, Anniversary Flowers, Sympathy Flowers, Ext.
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About Flower Delivery in Arthur
We have been serving the Arthur area since 1966. We work closely with local affiliates in the area to ensure your order is professionally arranged and personally delivered to your recipient on the date selected. Our shop, Karen's Flower Shop, is the right place to choose for sending flowers to Arthur, ON. We specialize in same-day flower delivery to your friends and family located in this beautiful area. Our flower shop is well known for offering expert florist designs at approachable prices for all occasions. Order flowers for delivery in Arthur today by browsing our catalogue and either ordering online or giving us a call. We guarantee you will be pleased with your decision.
Trust the experts. To ensure the highest quality service and product, we leverage our 50+ years of experience as a retail florist with a reputable 'brick and mortar' business. This experience allows us to ensure the best service is provided by our local affiliates in Arthur. For your convenience, we deliver to all Hospitals in Arthur · Nursing Homes in Arthur · Funeral Homes in Arthur · Cemeteries in Arthur utilizing local florists serving the Arthur area.
Arthur Ontario History
The village was named after Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington. Settlers began arriving in 1840. The area was first surveyed in 1841 by John McDonald and then officially in 1846 by D.B. Papineau. During the first survey in 1841, the population of Arthur was 22 people. Over the next 15 years this number rose to 400 and by 1900 the population had risen to just over 1500. The saw and grist mills on the Conestogo River encouraged people to settle here. In 1851, a post office, church and school were organized. Development increased in 1872 when the train line of the Toronto, Grey and Bruce Railway reached the village which was incorporated in that year. The Arthur Enterprise News, established in 1863, was one of the few non-syndicated weekly newspapers in Canada. By 1890, a high school had been opened. In 1897, Arthur was one of the first villages in Ontario to be connected to an electricity line; power was only available in the evenings.