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Have a "grand" occasion to give the gift of flowers? Sending gifts, floral arrangements and cacti to Arizona is simple and convenient with your statewide and national florists 1-800-FLOWERS.COM! Whether sending gift deliveries for holidays, birthdays, anniversaries or for sympathy, our wide selection of festive flowers, lush plants and gourmet gift baskets can be sent to all of Arizona's scenic 15 counties. From the Apache and Cochise counties in Northwest Arizona to Santa Cruz and Pima in the South, your thoughtful gift to your favorite Arizonian will let them know how much you care.

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Happy Gerbera Daisies
from $39.99
Two Dozen Assorted Roses
from $49.99
Red Roses: Buy 12, Get 12 Free
$49.99 - $70.99
SALE  $29.99 - $50.99
Rose Elegance™ Premium Long Stem Red Roses
from $59.99
Gardenia Bonsai
from $49.99
Elegant Orchid
from $49.99
It's Your Day Bouquet® Happy Birthday
from $39.99
All White Lilies
from $34.99
Classic All White Arrangement™
from $69.99
Sangria Bouquet™
from $39.99
Juniper Bonsai
from $39.99
Make Lemonade™ in a Vase
from $39.99
Silver Celebration Orchids
from $89.99
Fun Facts
State Flower: Saguaro Cactus Blossom
State Capital: Phoenix
State Nickname: Grand Canyon State
Number of Counties: 15
Top Landmarks: Grand Canyon, Cathedral Rocks & Oak Creek Canyon
Crops: Lettuce, Cotton
Neighbors: California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico & Texas
Popular Foods: Tex-Mex, Tortillas, Salsa, Chili con Queso
Largest City: Phoenix
Noteworthy Bodies of Water: Colorado River, Lake Mead & Lake Havasu

The official state flag was designed by Colonel Charles W. Harris and adopted on February 17, 1917.

The Grand Canyon stretches for 277 miles and is one of Arizona's largest landmarks.

Arizona was originally a territory of New Mexico until it became the 48th state on February 14, 1912.

Copper is one of Arizona's most plentiful minerals.

In 1974, the blue-green turquoise was named Arizona's state gemstone.

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