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Native Poppy Shop | FAQ

Q: What are your hours?
A: Curbside pickup 10 am - 1 pm & 1:30 pm - 3 pm, Wednesday to Saturday

Q: How do I place an order?
A: The easiest way is to place your order online! Browse our daily flower menu, wedding menu, or online gift shop - add your selections to your cart and follow the prompts to place your order for delivery, shipping or curbside pickup.

Q: What's the stem bar?
A: Our unique in-store experience allows our customers to pick exactly what flowers they want. Flowers are sold per stem. Pick out your favorites and we will wrap them for you to take home! If you’d like your stem bar selection to be arranged by one of our designers, you’re welcome to order off of our menu!

Q: Do you do weddings?
A: Yes! We have two services to choose from - our a la carte wedding menu and full service floral design. Our a la carte menu has a curated selection of items for you to choose from. This option has no minimums and is available only in sunny San Diego. Our full service option is for those who are looking for a comprehensive design proposal - including ceremony design, installation work and custom arrangements. This option starts at $5,000 and is available worldwide.

Q: Do you deliver?
A: Absolutely! We offer daily deliveries allllmost anywhere in San Diego county Wednesday-Sunday. Simply place your order online, if you need assistance placing your order please email

Q: Do you offer same day deliveries?
No, all orders must be placed by noon the previous business day.

Q: Do you have a return policy?
Yes, check it out here.

Q: How can I cancel or modify my order?
A: To cancel a scheduled flower order send an email to Orders being cancelled or modified within 72 hours of the pick-up / delivery date may be ineligible for a refund or store credit. 

Q: Can I make special requests?
A: Native Poppy flower arrangements are all one of a kind! Each one is subject to flower availability and seasonality. While we can take requests for certain color palettes we reserve the right to substitute as needed. That means we cannot guarantee any specific flowers or colors. To add certain requests for flower choices, allergies, or color preferences please add your note in our "notes to florist" section when placing your order.

Q: Do you do flower subscriptions?
A: Yes! You can sign up for a recurring flower order weekly or monthly. Pick between our wraps or arrangements, choose weekly or monthly, delivery or pickup. We may be biased but we think a flower subscription may be the best gift you can give - or sign yourself up for weekly flowers to brighten your home or office.

Q: What is the difference between your membership and subscription services?
A: Our subscription allows you to choose whatever size and style of arrangement fits your needs, we offer them for delivery as well as pickup. Our Wild Flower Club membership is for pickup only (we look forward to becoming BFFs!). Members get 4 mini wraps a month ($25 each) for $75 a month! Wild Flower Club members and subscribers both enjoy 10% off all additional flower purchases and merchandise purchases on all sales $250 or less.

Q: Do you offer discounts?
A: Our subscribers and members (see above) receive 10% off all purchases.

Q: Do you do workshops?
A: Yes! We love hosting our quarterly workshops where we teach flower arranging 101, flower crown making and wreath making! Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date on when they are scheduled. We also love to bring our workshops to you for private parties and corporate events - for more information or to book please email

Q: Do you deliver flowers outside of San Diego?
A: Currently we only offer fresh flower delivery within San Diego. We do ship our selection of gifts including candles, apparel and dried flower wraps nationwide.

Q: Where do you get your flowers?
A: We work with a handful of local wholesalers and importers as well as a selection of local flower farms. We also are lucky to have a small plot of land where we grow our own homegrown flowers.

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