Since 1959 we have helped Auburn customers express their love, affection, joy, and even sorrow through the language of flowers. Formerly known as the south parish of Worcester, Auburn is bordered by Worcester to the north, Leicester to the west, Millbury to the east, and Oxford to the south. Our floral design and delivery center is located less than 6 miles away from the Goddard Rocket Launching Site on Pakachoag Hill. Whether it's to celebrate a special occasion with birthday flowers, commemorate your anniversary, send get well wishes, celebrate the birth of a new baby, send condolences or just to show someone you care for no reason at all, trust Perro's to deliver -- literally! Our years of experience have allowed us to rise head and shoulders above any other Auburn local florist, and with our 100% satisfaction guarantee, you can see why.
Flower Delivery to Auburn, MA and the Surrounding Areas
Our delivery team makes daily flower delivery runs to Auburn hospitals, churches, businesses, residences, schools, funeral homes, mortuaries, and more. We utilize our team of delivery professionals to accomplish all hand deliveries of fresh flowers in Auburn. You have our guarantee that your flower arrangement will be delivered on the precise day you select. Our fresh-cut flowers are hand delivered directly to their recipient, so you can be sure your chosen bouquet arrives just as fresh and fragrant as when it left our flower shop. Part of what makes us a premier local Auburn flower shop is our selection. We have the most extensive selection of farm-direct fresh flowers in the area, including Auburn favorites, such as exclusive grand reserve roses, fresh tulips from Holland, exotic cymbidium, dendrobium and phalaenopsis orchids, gorgeous gerbera daisies, fresh flowering hydrangea, hypericum, anthurium, dahlias, alstroemeria, amaryllis, daffodils, beautiful sunflowers and much more. Our flower selection is arguably the best in the state of Massachusetts.
Same-day Flower Delivery on Funeral Flowers and Sympathy Arrangements
We offer same day flower delivery on all funeral flower arrangements and sympathy flowers to funeral homes. Allow us to express your sentiments beautifully with our elegant funeral basket arrangement, easel spray, sympathy wreath or casket spray. We have valued relationships with many of the area's finest funeral homes and work with them on every order to ensure your floral arrangements are delivered appropriately for the service. When words fall short, count on the language of flowers to help convey your condolences and sympathies, as well as your get well wishes. We offer flower delivery to Funeral Homes and Mortuaries 24 hours a day 7 days a week to an expanded delivery footprint in Worcester County.
Can't find what you're looking for? Simply call us directly to order flowers and one of our floral experts will happily create a custom bouquet of your recipient's favorite beautiful flowers. Our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee means that your beautiful floral arrangement arrives to your recipient just as vibrant and fragrant as when it left our shop. Order flowers online, give us a call, or stop in today to speak to one of our customer service experts sending flowers today. We are here for you!
Auburn is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, bordered by Worcester to the north, Leicester to the west, Millbury to the east, and Oxford to the south. Auburn was first settled in 1714 and was officially incorporated in 1778 as the town of Ward, in honor of American Revolution General Artemas Ward. The town changed its name to Auburn in 1837, after the Post Office complained that the name was too similar to the nearby town of Ware. Before incorporation, most of Auburn was known as the South Parish of Worcester; other portions fell within the town limits of Leicester and Millbury. Dr. Robert Goddard launched the first successful liquid-fueled rocket on March 16, 1926 from The Pakachoag Golf Course. The site was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1966. Goddard is commemorated in Goddard Memorial Park located downtown next to the Auburn Fire Department Headquarters.