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Hamilton Florist delivers fresh flowers to Aberdeen, Beerescourt, Callum Brae, Chartwell, Chedworth, Claudelands, Deanwell, Dinsdale, Fairfield, Fairview Downs, Flagstaff, Forest Lake, Frankton, Glenview, Hamilton Central, Hamilton North, Hamilton East, Hamilton West, Hillcrest, Maeroa, Melville, Pukete, Ruakura, Rotokauri, Rototuna, Silverdale, Stonebridge, Te Rapa, Te Kowhai and Western Heights.

Hamilton Florist delivers flowers to NZ Hospitals:

Waikato Hospital, Braemar Hospital, Southern Cross Hospital and the Anglesea Clinic.

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0508 738 257

From Florist Works Hamilton, you can buy flowers online safely and securely, and have your flowers delivered in Hamilton and to the surrounding suburbs of Hamilton City. Same day flower delivery is available for orders placed before 2 PM Monday to Friday and 10 AM Saturdays. Hamilton Florist delivers flowers to Hamilton, Hamilton City and surrounding suburbs.

Hamilton Florist has nearly 300 styles of bouquets and arrangements available to order online. We are continuously updating our flower arrangements to include seasonal flowers and flowers for special occasions such as flowers for Motherís Day.

Hamilton is the largest city in the Waikato region of New Zealandís North Island. With a population of over 161,000 people, Hamilton is the fourth most-populous city in the country. Encompassing an area of close to 110 square kilometres, Hamilton is situated on the banks of the Waikato River and is also home to Lake Rotoroa.

Originally the site of Maori villages, British settlers came to the area in 1863 with many intending to farm. The unsuspecting settlers soon discovered that the farm lands of Hamilton were surrounded by peat bogs and swamps which made the land extremely hard to farm. Many of the settlers deserted the site, and Hamiltonís population declined significantly.

Both the University of Waikato and the Waikato Institute of Technology are located in Hamilton, with research and education being important services throughout the city. Hamilton is also located in the centre of the largest dairying area in the country, and the dairy industry is the main source of revenue for the city.

One of the most popular tourist attractions within the city and Waikato region is the Hamilton Gardens, which hosts the Hamilton Gardens Summer Festival annually. New Zealandís second largest shopping centre, The Base is located in Hamilton and has more than 7 million visitors per year. Other tourist attractions within the city include Hamilton Zoo, the Hamilton Astronomical Society Observatory and the Waikato Museum.