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Texas, TX Florists

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

Texas Cities

Texas State Featured Florists

Xochitl Flowers & Gifts

6948 N Mesa St
El Paso, TX 79912

Alice's Flowers Bokay

5255 Beechnut Street
Houston, TX 77096

The Enchanted Florist

1616 Lavaca St
Austin, TX 78701

Panda's Too Flowers & Gifts

108 South Texas St
De Leon, TX 76444

Petals To Go

155 N Walnut Ave #50
New Braunfels, TX 78130

Texas Flowers News

May 24, 2018

Bees Can Make Your Garden Thrive, But They Need Your Help

A combination of disease, lack of food and pesticide use have stressed the honeybee population across the United States, including here in Texas.There are native, wild honeybees in North Texas, and they need your support. Every backyard in North Texas can help by taking just a few small steps to help increase the population of one of the biggest heroes of the insect world. CBS 11 News found the perfect person to talk to about this subject. Katie Toon owns and runs the Woodbine Flower Farm, located outside of Granbury. It is a cut flower business with most of its customers coming from nearby Fort Worth. Toon’s parents moved to Granbury when she was a child, and turned an old farmhouse into a successful bed and breakfast operation. When they took over the century-old property, there was a wild honeybee colony in an old oak tree right next to the house. Now, some people would be narrow-minded enough to declare the bees as pests and destroy or remove the colony. Toon’s parents, however, are extremely environmentally conscience, and that would have been the last thing that they would have done. So, for decades, the bee colony stayed high up in a oak tree, growing right next to the house. In fact, as yea...

May 24, 2018

Students lay flowers at Santa Fe memorial as witnesses recall massacre

Authorities have said there were no obvious red flags ahead of the attack.Roady said Texas law allows for the death penalty in capital murder cases, but he said he will not seek death for Pagourtzis because he is a minor; the Supreme Court has ruled that minors are not eligible to face capital punishment."If the death penalty were on the table within the punishment range, I believe that we would be seeking it in this case," Roady said. "But the law is the law."Rome Shubert's mother, Sheri, told Good Morning America on Monday that she had expected her son's suburban Houston school would eventually fall victim to a shooter."Sadly I did," she said, blaming a disregard for people with mental illness. "I felt like it's a pattern with these shootings, and nothing has changed after each one of them. We debate gun control, then we're numb and it goes away. And then there's another shooting."The school's graduating seniors heard a speech from Jack Roady, the Galveston County district attorney, on Sunday during their baccalaureate service. He told them about how they will grieve their slain schoolmates and cope with those emotions and others while trying to recover from the shooting.Santa Fe, a town of 13,000, came together Sunday for prayer services at local churches and the traditional end-of-school baccalaureate service. Mourners also gathered at a Houston-area mosque to remember the life of a slain exchange student from Pakistan.The Associated Press, New York Daily News, Washington PostPosted by Breaking News editor Chris Siron ...

Apr 20, 2018

Atascocita Lake Houston Florist helps clients celebrate special occasions

M. “Buddy” Benz of Houston, the founder of the Benz School of Floral Design at Texas A&M University in College Station.“We still use everything I learned in that class,” Swanson said. “But in life, we are always learning, so I am always looking for classes to improve my art design, work and techniques.”Bouquets and arrangements are available for delivery for any occasion and flower preference. The flower shop also offers consultations for weddings, funerals, homecomings and proms.“It’s very personalized, and no two [orders) look exactly alike,” Swanson said. “It’s enjoyable to see that young people are so excited about their prom, and they really go all out.”The flower shop is expecting a busy prom and homecoming season, Swanson said.“Last year we did Texas-shaped mums, and customers were looking for bling and anything that will add to the shine,” she said.An array of plants, home decor, and baby and children items are also available, Swanson said. “Just like people, no two flowers look alike,” she said. “Each has [its]own unique personality and beauty. That’s another reason I’m still here, to share that beauty.”...

Apr 20, 2018

Cherry blossoms, tulips and lilacs: Flower festival time

Taiko Masala, perform during a preview of the Sakura Matsuri festival at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden in New York.ASSOCIATED PRESSThe Texas flag flies near a field of Bluebonnets near Navasota, Texas.~~ -- ~~ -- ADVERTISINGIt’s time for cherry blossom festivals, tulip viewing and lilac season. Here are some of the places that celebrate spring flowers with festivals and other events.Tulip timeYou could go to the Netherlands to see the Keukenhof gardens in Lisse, which are planted with 7 million flowering bulbs — tulips, daffodils, hyacinths and more — blooming through May 13.Or you could visit Holland, Mich., which hosts a Tulip Time Festival May 5-13. The city planted 100,000 tulips back in 1929, and the annual celebration of the tulip now includes entertainment, costumes, parades and activities.Pella, Iowa, has also been hosting a Tulip Time celebration for decades. Pella’s event is May 3-5, and includes parades, Dutch costumes and performances, a craft and vendor fair, quilt and flower shows in addition to the tulip gardens.The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, based in Mount Vernon in the state of Washington, runs through April 30.Cherry blossomsIn Washington, D.C., the peak of the cherry blossoms along the Tidal Basin was in early April, but some trees are still in bloom. The National Cherry Blossom Festival, which ran through last week, marked the 1912 gift of 3,000 cherry trees from a Tokyo mayor to the U.S. capital city.The Brooklyn Botanic Garden in New York City also celebrates the blooming of cherry trees that were ... (Honolulu Star-Advertiser)

Apr 6, 2018

Roger Mercer: Redbud species offer flowering options

My favorite variety is one called "Hearts of Gold." It has bright gold leaves and the usual flower color.My second favorite is "Texas White," which has pure white flowers that attract so many bees the whole tree seems to buzz with floral excitement.I also grow one called "Silver Clouds" which has matte green leaves with wide white edges.Another up-and-coming favorite is one with multicolored leaves in different stages of color development. The leaves range from apricot to light Chinese yellow to yellow-green to golden green to chartreuse to medium green. All colors are present at all times as the tree constantly produces new growth. The leaf colors change as the new growth matures. The variety is called "The Rising Sun."A weeping form of redbud that reaches no more than 5-6 feet is called "Covey."A red-leaved weeping form is called "Ruby Falls." It can grow more than 10 feet tall."Forest Pansy" is my favorite upright, full sized red-leaved form of redbud. It can be short-lived, living only 30-40 years. While most redbuds will live 40-50 years. Another great red-leaved redbud is "Merlot," It produces few seed pods and is more vigorous and longer-lived than other red-leaved redbuds. All the red-leaved redbuds have the usual deep rose-lavender pink flower color of the species.Send your questions and comments to Roger at or call (910) 424-4756. You may write to Roger at 6215 Maude St., Fayetteville, N.C. 28306. (The Fayetteville Observer)