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Iowa, IA Florists

Find florist in Iowa state that deliver flowers for any occasion including Birthdays, Anniversaries, Funerals as well as Valentines Day and Mother's Day. Select a Iowa city below to find local flower shops contact information, address and more.

Iowa Cities

Iowa State Featured Florists

Lowe-Berry Garden Center & Floral

2204 Mamie Eisenhower Ave
Boone, IA 50036

Flowers By Donna Jean

215 S. Main St
Woodward, IA 50276

Swedish Touch Floral & Garden

610 Main Street
Hamburg, IA 51640

Flower Bed

106 West Robins
Graettinger, IA 51342

Hy-Vee Floral Shop

3330 Martin Luther King Jr
Des Moines, IA 50310

Iowa Flowers News

Mar 8, 2018

Berries harvested from rare corpse flower

DES MOINES, Iowa (WOI) -- The Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden harvested berries from one of its biggest attractions Thursday. Carrie the corpse flower, which bloomed in July, was pollinated to produce fruit and seeds. The goal is to take the seeds and grow more corpse flowers in Des Moines. "The Botanical Garden is excited to share this next chapter of Carrie's journey," said Botanical garden President and CEO Stephanie Jutlia. The flower opened for less than 24 hours during its July bloom, emitting an odor akin to rotting flesh, attracting thousands of visitors. View the original story on WOI's website. (KCRG)

Jan 12, 2018

Florists Prep For Inspiring Day In Omaha

Moines, an experience that expanded her skill-set and provided a boost in business. When the owner of Loess Hills Floral Studio in Council Bluffs, Iowa, saw the educational program is next headed to Omaha, Nebraska — a mere six miles away — she pounced on the opportunity. "I got a lot out of the program the first time, both during the sessions and the networking opportunities in between," she said. On Sunday, January 14, Bullington will be sitting front row and center with another employee in tow. SAF's first event of 2018 combines a blend of favorites and new presentations. Bullington said she's especially interested to hear headliner Laura Daluga, AIFD, discuss ways to connect with millennials. "My business is largely weddings, so millennials are my clients," she explained. First-time Profit Blast attendee Jack Fabbrini is ready to "soak it all in." A recent college grad, he joined his family's 52-year-old shop, Fabbrini's Flowers in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, a year ago and appreciates the chance to get up-to-speed during the compact program. "I can't tell employees how to do something if I can't do it myself," he said. "This hits pretty everything I need — financial issues, sales tips, digital strategies and design trends — in just one day. Plus the name is pretty catchy! Who wouldn't want a profit 'blast'?" Daluga, a... (PerishableNews )

Oct 5, 2017

Iowa bride ditches flowers for puppies

MASON CITY, Iowa —An Iowa woman is going viral because of a very unique thing she did at her wedding.AdvertisementShe didn't carry flowers, she carried puppies. Samantha Clark is from Mason City. She loves animals, saw the idea on Pinterest and contacted AHeinz57 pet rescue in central Iowa to see if they could help. They brought a litter of puppies to raise awareness about why people should adopt, not shop. She and her bridesmaids all carried puppies down the aisle, and she's been told a flood of applications have been sent in to adopt the puppies that were part of her big day. (KCCI Des Moines)

Sep 22, 2017

Field day will explore dried flower production at Howell's Greenhouse and Floral

For beginning and experienced farmers alike, cut flowers can be a profitable crop to raise. Not only do they represent a growing niche market in Iowa, they are a high-value specialty crop that can be raised in a small area, making them a viable crop for beginning farmers with limited access to land.However, there can be a learning curve, says Fred Howell of Howell’s Greenhouse and Floral. Howell and his family raise flowers on 5 acres near Cumming for both the fresh and dried floral markets.“It’s important to know how to dry and preserve flowers, what flowers to use—and what sells,” he says.Howell will share his experience with flower production, especially dried flowers, at a Practical Farmers of Iowa field day he is hosting Sept. 23, from 3 to 5 p.m., near Cumming (3145 Howell Court, about 5.5 miles southwest of town). The event—“Dried Flower Production”—is free to attend and will... (High Plains Journal)

Sep 22, 2017

Iowa bride uses adorable rescue puppies as bouquets on her wedding day

Clark said. "It was definitely something that I've always dreamt of, but never thought it'd actually happen."Interested in trending Iowa news? Follow @AaYoung15 on Twitter.Read or Share this story:'s block ads! a href="https://blockads.f... (