Here is a sample of the services we provide, please don't hesitate to give us a call if you don't find what you need.
Flowers and Delivery
We are a full service florist and make all of our arrangements to order. You may order over the phone or come into the shop to order in person. We can sell single cut flowers wrapped in paper, or arrangements in a vase. Prices for arranged flowers typically start at $25 and can go as high as you like. We offer delivery within the city of Greensboro for a $10 fee and minimum purchase of $35. Some exceptions may be made for nearby areas with an increase in the delivery fee.
Weddings and Events
We make flowers for all types of weddings, from the "to-go" wedding (a bouquet and boutonniere for you to pick up on your way out of town), a casual back yard get-together, to a large church wedding with reception for 200. Stacy is our wedding designer and would be happy to meet with you about your special day. Please call for an appointment.
We can make any type of flowers for your loved one's funeral, from casket sprays, alter arrangements, standing sprays, to sympathy arrangements.
Plants and Planted Containers
We have a variety of small plants including Phalaenopsis Orchids (white orchids) and "Jack in the Pulpit" (green orchids) which we can offer by themselves, or planted in the container of your choice. We can also make any style of planted container. We need at least a few days notice for all plant orders.
Virtual Flower Arranging Classes
We, like many, are adapting to new tech during the pandemic and are excited to now offer virtual flower arranging classes for parties up to 10 people. If you would like to celebrate your birthday or just have a fun event with a few of your friends over Zoom, give us a call. Pricing starts at $50 per person.
Where We Get Our Flowers
We source our flowers from multiple places: wholesalers who import mostly from growers in the US, Europe, and South America, local farmer's markets, and our own backyard. We like to use seasonal flowers in all our arrangements because they last the longest.