Staten Island, NY Easter Flowers & Gift Baskets
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| Easter Egg Basket
| Rose & Lilly Easter Celebration
| Southern Peach Bouquet
| Easter Flowers
| Easter Egg-Citement
| Soft Splendor Bouquet
| Sweet Devotion
| Fresh Easter Flowers
About Staten Island, NY
Staten Island is the southernmost
and westernmost of the five boroughs of New York City in the U.S. state of New
York. Located in the southwest portion of the city, Staten Island is the
southernmost part of both the city and state of New York, with Conference House
Park located at the southern tip of the island. The borough is separated from
New Jersey by the Arthur Kill and the Kill Van Kull, and from the rest of New
York by New York Bay. Staten Island is the least populated of the boroughs but
is the third-largest in land area at 58.5 sq mi. The borough is coextensive with
Richmond County and until 1975 was referred to as the Borough of Richmond. Its
flag was later changed to reflect this. Staten Island has sometimes been called
“the forgotten borough” by inhabitants who feel neglected by the city
government. The North Shore—especially the neighborhoods of St. George,
Tompkinsville, Clifton, and Stapleton—is the most urban part of the island; it
contains the designated St. George Historic District and the St. Paul’s
Avenue-Stapleton Heights Historic District, which feature large Victorian
houses. The East Shore is home to the 2.5-mile F.D.R. Boardwalk, the
fourth-longest boardwalk in the world. The South Shore, site of the 17th-century
Dutch and French Huguenot settlement, developed rapidly beginning in the 1960s
and 1970s and is now mostly suburban in character. The West Shore is the least
populated and most industrial part of the island. Staten Island had the Fresh
Kills Landfill, which was the world’s largest landfill before closing in 2001,
although it was temporarily reopened that year to receive debris from the
September 11 attacks. The landfill is being redeveloped as Freshkills Park, an
area devoted to restoring habitat; the park will become New York City’s second
largest public park when completed. Staten Island is home to a large and diverse
population of wildlife. Wildlife found on Staten Island include white tailed
deer (which have increased from a population of 24 in 2008 to 2,000 in 2017 due
to a hunting ban and a lack of predators), as well as hundreds of species of
birds including bald eagles, turkey, hawks, egrets and ring-necked pheasants.
Staten Island is home to horseshoe crabs, cotton tailed rabbits, opossums,
raccoons, garter snakes, red-eared slider turtles, newts, spring peeper frogs,
leopard frogs, fox, box turtles, northern snapping turtles and common snapping
turtles. Staten Island includes thousands of acres of federal, state, and local
park land, including the “greenbelt” and “blue belt” park systems and the
Gateway National Recreation Area in addition to hundreds of acres of private
wooded areas. The National Park Service maintains full-time Wildland
Firefighters to patrol the Staten Island sites in wildfire brush trucks.
Cities Near Staten Island:
Hoboken, Jersey City, Weehawken, Union City, West Staten Island,
Guttenberg, Secaucus, North Bergen, Bayonne, Fairview, Cliffside Park,
Edgewater, Harrison, Kearny, Ridgefield, NJ.
Zip codes in Staten Island:
10302, 10303, 10310, 10306, 10307, 10308, 10309, 10312, 10301,
10304, 10305, 10314.
We deliver flowers and balloons daily to all hospitals, veterans hospitals,
funeral homes, cemeteries, mortuaries, nursing homes and
convalescent hospitals in Staten Island including:
Staten Island University Hospital 1534 Victory Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10314 (718) 667-3577
Richmond University Medical Center 355 Bard Ave, Staten Island, NY 10310 (718) 818-1234
Martin Hughes Funeral Home 530 Narrows Road South, Staten Island, NY 10304 (718) 447-0873
Staten Island Mortuary Services Inc 2242 1st Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10029 (212) 534-1800
West 86 – An Atria Residence 333 W 86th St, Staten Island, NY 10024 (646) 862-7934
Carnegie East House-Seniors 1844 2nd Ave, Staten Island, NY 10128 (212) 410-0033
Scotts Flowers 15 W 37th St, Staten Island, NY 10018 (212) 727-2800
The City College Of Staten Island 160 Convent Avenue Staten Island, NY 10031 (212).650.7000
Staten Island Local Florists
2286 Richmond Rd, Staten Island, NY 10306 (718) 351-4440
Clark’s House of Flowers
1875 Victory Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10314 (718) 442-6453
3938 Richmond Ave, Staten Island, NY 10312 (718) 966-1666
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Send fresh flowers to Staten Island for Easter or a gift basket today filled with delicious candy, treats, and goodies they are sure to love. This Easter we are sure you will find the perfect gift.
And you thought Easter Baskets are only for kids?. Adults love Easter Baskets too!
Our gourmet Easter baskets in Staten Island include decadent cakes and even gourmet food and wine with chocolate and more, which is sure to make this Easter extra special.
We also make it easy to get your Easter baskets delivered to Staten Island fast! Simply choose the delivery date, and we ensure your Easter basket is shipped to be delivered
to Staten Island on that day, fresh and ready to be enjoyed! Sending Easter flowers and baskets
to Staten Island has never been easier, and you can rest easy that your Easter gifts will be enjoyed as soon as they hit the doorstep.
Our floral department and our local florists in
Staten Island will make sure that your Easter Flower Arrangement is fresh and beautiful and will be hand-delivered with love.
Your Easter table will look beautiful with one of our Easter flower centerpieces too!
Popular Easter Flowers In Staten Island
9 Favorite Easter Flowers
Easter Lily. The Easter lily is the obvious choice to top our list since it’s named for the holiday
Tulips are often associated with
Easter because of their “egg” shaped blooms
Daffodils are a traditional Easter flower and are associated with the wonderful season of spring.
They brighten up any room and signify new beginnings, rebirth and the coming of spring.
This makes it the perfect Easter flower as it signifies where the occasion came from, the death and resurrection of Jesus.