Waterdown Flower Delivery
Trusted florist delivering flowers to Waterdown for over 50+ years. Order flowers online with Karen's Flower Shop for same day Waterdown Ontario flower delivery.
About Flower Delivery in Waterdown
We have been serving the Waterdown 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.
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 Waterdown.
Waterdown Flower Shop
- When you place an order with Karen's Flower Shop you are assured that each floral arrangement is hand-made and personally delivered to the recipient by one of our local Waterdown flower shops.
- Send your flowers with a florist you can trust! We have been delivering flowers to customers in Waterdown for over 50 years! Karen's Flower Shop is a florist providing Waterdown flower delivery.
- Online around the corner or around the world; We are a top Canadian FTD online Waterdown florist. Your flower arrangement will be delivered by a Florist in Waterdown.
- For your convenience, we deliver to all Hospitals in Waterdown · Nursing Homes in Waterdown · Funeral Homes in Waterdown · Cemeteries in Waterdown utilizing local florists serving the Waterdown area.
Local Waterdown, Ontario History
Perched atop the Niagara Escarpment, the area that became Waterdown has been inhabited for thousands of years. Professor John Triggs of Wilfrid Laurier University found evidence of Algonquin-speaking Aboriginals from as far back as 7,500 BCE. One of the earliest known groups to inhabit the area was the Chonnonton Nation. Diseases introduced by French explorers and missionaries devastated the Neutral Confederacy, allowing it to fall victim to invasion by the Haudenosaunee around 1650. The Jesuits in Quebec City wrote that the Chonnonton Nation was driven from the area by 1653, with remnants of the once powerful group reportedly migrating to seek shelter with the Anishinabenations on Lake Huron and Lake Superior.