LA Flower District California Flower Mall Opens 24/7 for Valentine’s Bargain Lovers: Long Stem Red Valentine's Roses Top Pick

LA Flower District California Flower Mall opens 24/7 for Valentine’s flower bargain lovers ready to save a bunch on long stemmed red Valentine’s roses, and other colorful flowers at the LA wholesale flower market. Top trending Valentine's flower gift picks are traditional wholesale long stemmed red Valentine’s roses, rainbow roses popular for LGBT sweethearts, pet flower gifts and “dealicious” discount edible Valentine’s flower bouquets.

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Rainbow Roses are hot – especially but not exclusively for LGBT sweeties

Los Angeles Flower District California Flower Mall opens 24/7 before Valentine’s Day for frenzied florists needing last minute wholesale long stemmed red Valentine’s roses, and Valentine’s bargain lovers with busy schedules and tight budgets.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 12, 2014

LA Flower District California Flower Mall opens 24/7 for Valentine’s flower bargain lovers ready to save a bunch on long stemmed red Valentine’s roses, and other colorful flowers at the LA wholesale flower market.

Top trending Valentine's flower gift picks are traditional wholesale long stemmed red Valentine’s roses, rainbow roses popular for LGBT sweethearts, pet flower gifts and “dealicious” discount edible Valentine’s flower bouquets.

LA Flower District California Flower Mall opens 24/7 before Valentine’s Day for frenzied florists needing last minute wholesale long stemmed red Valentine’s roses, and Valentine’s bargain lovers with busy schedules and tight budgets.

It’s the only LA wholesale flower market in the 8 block Downtown LA Flower District community open round the clock. “Valentine’s Wednesday hours are 4 a.m. – 8 p.m., going 24/7 -- 4 a.m. Thursday, Feb.13 until Friday Valentine’s Day Feb. 14 – 40 hours straight -- to 9 p.m. or until the last customer is served,” says Hilda Jimenez, California Flower Mall operations director.

There’s no excuse to show up empty handed on Valentine’s Day or weekend. CFM opens all day Saturday Feb. 15 for gift givers celebrating the Valentine’s holiday during the long weekend.

Valentine’s dinner party goers have new choices at CFM. Beverly Hills investor Ramon Sanchez of QQ Café and Discount Edible Flower Bouquets has “dealicious” discount edible Valentine’s flower bouquets for $29.99 - $49.99.

LA Flower District California Flower Mall’s other 2014 top trending Valentine’s flower gifts are:

  •     Rainbow Roses: dip dyed petals in rainbow colors are hot – especially but not exclusively for LGBT sweeties. Call CFM petallers first to be sure they’re in stock
  •     Going Green: there’s a jungle of live green plants for the home and garden in 2014. Live trees and plants dressed up for Valentine’s Day are a lasting, sustainable gift
  •     Pet Flower Gifts: chrysanthemum puppy dog arrangements are always a flower district favorite. What’s new is people are buying them for pet gifts. Will fire hydrant shaped long stemmed red Valentine’s roses be next?    

The National Retail Federation projects 2014 U.S. Valentine’s spending is expected to reach $17.3 billion. More than a third will give flowers (37.3%). Men will spend $108.38 on gifts for their significant others – twice as much as women who will spend $49.41 on their special someone.

But Valentine’s Day isn’t just for couples; people will show their appreciation for family members (59.4%) friends (21.7%) teachers (20.4%) and colleagues (12.1%). And like every holiday, Americans won’t forget about their pets. 19.4 percent will buy gifts for their furry friends, spending an average of $5.51.

About California Flower Mall: California Flower Mall, located at 825 San Pedro Street, is one of the largest premier DIY wholesale flower marts in the 8 block DTLA Flower District community -- the largest community of wholesale flower markets and flower businesses in the U.S. Hilda Jimenez is an elected member of the LA Fashion District Business Improvement District Board of Directors.