Milton Flower Delivery
YES - We deliver flowers to Milton, ON!
Order your flowers online and have your flowers delivered to Milton 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 Milton, ON for all your floral needs such as Birthday Flowers, Anniversary Flowers, Sympathy Flowers, Wedding Flowers, etc.
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About Flower Delivery in Milton
We have been serving the Milton 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 Milton, 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 Milton 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 Milton. Your flower arrangement will be delivered by a Flower Shop in milton Ontario. For your convenience we have also provided a list of Hospitals in milton, Ontario; Nursing Homes in milton, Ontario; Funeral Homes in milton, Ontario; Cemeteries in milton, Ontario as well as Florists in/serving the milton, Ontario area.
Local Milton Ontario History
The town took root out of a settlement by Jasper Martin along the Sixteen Mile Creek; Martin immigrated from Newcastle upon Tyne, England with his wife Sarah and two sons on May 17, 1818. Martin was granted 100 acres (40 ha) of land, from the Crown in 1820, designated Lot 14, Concession 2, Township of Trafalgar, Halton County, in the District of Gore. Martin built a grist mill along the creek and created a pond, known as Mill Pond, to power his mill. The mill became the centre of settlement for others as they settled in the region. In 1837 the area had a population of approximately 100 people and was named after the English poet John Milton. The town, as it is today, soon after became known as Milton. The two principal property owners of the young town were the Martins and the Fosters. The current site of Milton's town hall was donated by Mr. Hugh Foster (and thus, it is called Hugh Foster Hall). By 1855, the United Counties of Halton and Wentworth split, and Halton became a separate county. Its council consisted of members representing the townships of Esquesing, Nassagaweya, Trafalgar and Nelson, along with Acton, Georgetown, Milton, Burlington and Oakville. Milton was then named as the county town (seat), a decision that certainly created a lot of local controversy. The people in Oakville were very upset because Oakville was an established place with a railway. Milton did not even have a railway, according to historian John McDonald. For 25 years there was this great rivalry. Every time county council tried to pass something to improve the Milton area, the Oakville councillors would often balk at it. A man named Hugh Foster donated 4 acres (1.6 ha) of land to the county to construct its administration building in Milton, which is still in place on Mary Street today and now used as the Milton Town Hall. Milton was incorporated into a town in 1857, after being chosen as county seat for Halton.By 1869, Milton had a population of 1,000. Records from 1874, indicate that Milton had county buildings, a telegraph office, a foundry, a tannery, a woolen factory, a grist mill and a saw mill, a weekly newspaper and a number of stores.