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Send fresh flowers to Cullowhee, NC. Same day flower deliveries available to Cullowhee, North Carolina. La Tulipe flowers is family owned and operated for over 24 years. We offer our beautiful flower designs that are all hand-arranged and hand-delivered to Cullowhee, North Carolina. Our network of local florists will arrange and hand deliver one of our finest flower arrangements backed by service that is friendly and prompt to just about anywhere in Cullowhee, NC. Just place your order online and we’ll do all the work for you. We make it easy for you to send beautiful flowers and plants online from your desktop, tablet, or phone to almost any location nationwide.
Cullowhee Flower Delivery Service
Brighten someone’s day with our Cullowhee, NC local florist flower delivery service. Easily send flower arrangements for birthdays, get well, anniversary, just because, funeral, sympathy or a custom arrangement for just about any occasion to Cullowhee, NC. Need a last-minute floral arrangement? We offer same-day flower deliveries on most flower bouquets Monday thru Saturday to Cullowhee, NC. Just place your order before 12:00 PM Monday thru Saturday in the recipient’s time zone and one of the best local florists in our network will design and deliver the arrangement that same day.*
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Cullowhee: latitude 35.3107 – longitude -83.1815
Cullowhee is a census-designated place (CDP) in Jackson County, North Carolina, United States. It is located on the Tuckasegee River, and the permanent population was 6,228 as of the 2010 census.
The community is the home of Western Carolina University, part of the University of North Carolina System. Developing from a high school and normal school, it has 12,000 students and has become a strong influence in community life. The Jackson County Airport is located just outside the CDP limits.
The present community developed at the site of a historic Cherokee town, which was centered around the earthwork Cullowhee Mound. The name was long thought to mean “Valley of the Lilies.” In fact, it is derived from the Cherokee phrase joolth-cullah-wee, which translates as “Judacullah’s Place.” Judacullah, a giant warrior and hunter who the Cherokee believe lived in the area, is an important figure in their religion and culture.