Are flowers essential?
Oklahoma governor has agreed with the latest Harvard research that shows the health benefits of flowers and allowed Mary Murray’s Flowers to remain open for no contact deliveries. We will continue delivering to residents and businesses as allowed. Some hospitals continue to allow flower deliveries. Saint Francis is not one of them. We will communicate with you often as things change. We so appreciate our loyal and faithful customers and wish everyone the very best as we continue to work our way through these difficult times.
Latest Corona Virus Update April 6th.
Because of the super fast speed in which everything is changing from supply chain to community mandates, we will offering fresh spring bouquets in any size requested, Rose arrangements, and plants if available. We will not be taking orders for anything specific.
Secondly, we are only allowed by the state of Oklahoma to have no-contact delivery. So there will be some places where we can't deliver safely. We don't always know where those places are until in the moment.
We appreciate everyone being so patient and working with us so we can spread as much joy to those who need it.
How will the Coronavirus affect Mother’s Day?
The Shelter at Home orders and the closing of many businesses has had a major disruption in the floral supply chain. Millions of flowers have had to be destroyed and many farms are closed due to the Coronavirus. Leaving us with a major shortage of flowers.
Add to this the disruption in air travel which is how 80% of all flowers get to market, flowers for sweet mom will be scarce.
We recommend ordering early, be flexible on choice and patient on delivery. Delivery of flowers will also be affected due to less available drivers than usual.
We will offer many beautiful items that we can all be proud of and as always the Mary Murray stamp of excellence is guaranteed.
Latest Coronavirus update.
Our showroom is currently closed. All orders must be placed by phone, text, or via our website. We are updating product availability in real time to our website as best we can with limited staff.
85% of all flowers in the US are imported. Please be patient with us as our supply chain has a lot of hurdles to overcome in order to get to us quickly. We will call if a major substitution will be necessary, trust that we will only send the best quality product available and a complimentary upgrade should we need to make adjustments to the design.
How Mary Murray's is handling the COVID-19 pandemic?
To our Mary Murray friends,
We are committed to each of our team members, our wonderful friends and our community. We are adhering to CDC protocols and guidelines. Constantly sanitizing all work areas and products.
We are offering no-contact deliveries to all places still accepting deliveries.
Are there deliveries to hospitals and funeral homes?
Currently most local hospitals are limiting visitors but they are still allowing for flowers to be delivered to some areas after drivers are screened. Funeral homes are still receiving flowers at this time and we will keep everyone updated as we learn of any new changes.
Mary Murray's will remain open and continue to fulfill and deliver orders as able and appreciate your understanding as this situation changes rapidly.
Will there be any changes to the availability of flowers?
Flowers flying in from Europe are being bumped in order to use cargo planes for humans so some flowers will be limited. Some local wholesalers have opted to close their facilities as many other businesses have elected to do and this to will have some impact on offerings. Mary Murray's purchases directly from farms, so as long as FedX is running we will have fresh product as usual.
In the case of substitutions, we will notify you if it needs to be something drastic, we do not anticipate anything other than minor interuptions.