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Chapman's Flowers
211 South 3rd Street
Pulaski, TN 38478


Substitution Policy

We regret that occasionally we cannot make the floral arrangement exactly as it is pictured, due to seasonal availability and quality of flowers on hand. We strive to maintain the integrity of the arrangement you have ordered in style, color, theme and value. When you call to place your order, we try to insure the flowers in your bouquet are in stock, however we will try and let you know if we need to make a substitution. 

Payment Options

We accept the following payment methods: Cash, Check, Visa, Master Card, Discover, and American Express.

We will gladly accept your credit card payment over the phone.


We will deliver to nearly all of Giles County, however we do charge a delivery fee. To travel outside of the Pulaski city limits we do ask that you have a minimum order of $35 plus the delivery fee. 

Areas served include but not limited to Pulaski, All County Schools, Martin Methodist College, Lynnville, Minor Hill, Elkton, Campbellsville, and surrounding areas.

Delivery Fees to Schools are waived on Valentine's Day.

Specific Delivery Times- We try to accommodate timed request as closely as possible, however we cannot guarantee time. 

Store Hours

We are open Monday thru Friday from 8 am to 5 pm and Saturdays from 8 am to noon. 

We are closed on Sundays. 

We do open earlier if you need us. We are also open later on Saturdays that coincide with certain Holidays.

We are closed on the following Holidays: New Year's Day, Easter, Mothers' Day, Memorial Day, Fathers' Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve at noon, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day. 


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  • Letting the Flower do the Talking

We are often asked the different meaning of roses. Here we try to answer this question

Roses Mean Love

Red- Love, Respect, Passion

Yellow - Joy and Friendship

Orange - Fascination

Pink - Happiness

Pale Pink - Grace and

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Azalea - Take care of yourself, Chinese symbol of womanhood

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