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Florists in Arlington, TX

Find local Arlington, Texas florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Arlington and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Arlington Flower Shops

Belles Fleurs De Chocolat-Florist

1006 N Bowen Rd Ste 126
Arlington, TX 76012
(682) 232-5265

Erinn's Creations

5904 S Cooper St #104
Arlington, TX 76017
(817) 755-1937

H.E. Cannon Floral & Greenhouses, Inc.

512 W. Division St
Arlington, TX 76011
(817) 261-2731

Iva's Flower Shop, Inc.

2400 W. Pioneer Pkwy
Arlington, TX 76013
(817) 261-8023

Moore Funeral Home (Floral Dept)

1219 N Davis Dr
Arlington, TX 76012
(817) 275-2711

Park Row Flowers

2230 W Park Row Dr Ste D
Arlington, TX 76013
(817) 860-3100

Arlington TX News

Dec 8, 2017

Flowers, Fine Dining, and a Champagne Lounge: Tulips Opens Dec. 26 in Dupont

Fireball shots and three-dollar beers just aren’t here anymore," Gardner says, speculating that they're now in Arlington. Dupont has grown up over the past three years, according to Gardner. "I think I've grown up a little bit too." The top level of Tulips is a Champagne lounge. After dinner, guests will be invited to the lounge for a glass of Champagne or a Champagne cocktail. Whichever chef is working the kitchen will visit diners to check in post-meal and answer any questions. Walk-ins are also welcome at the lounge, where the cocktail menu and toast selections will also be served.In the winter, Tulips' patio will hold a giant Christmas tree where can pose for people to pose in front of for photos. Come summer, Gardner says he'll put out about six tables with white tablecloths for those with dinner reservations. When Tulips opens Dec. 26, it will be openly nightly from 4 p.m. to about 1 a.m. For New Year's Eve, everyone who books a dinner reservation will get access to an open bar of Champagne on the top two floors. "It's not easy to pull off three floors with three distinct feels," Gardner says. "We hope that people will transition from one floor to the next to get all three experiences throughout the night."Tulips, 1207 19th St. NW,

Dec 8, 2017

Arlington Holiday Tree Lighting, First Lights 2017: What To Know

ARLINGTON, MA — If you've already put up your Christmas tree you may be wondering when the trees in Whittemore Park will light up.Well, wonder no more: The Arlington Chamber of Commerce had their annual First Lights even on ThursdayBut wait, there's more:Friday, December 17:30-9 p.m.: the Arlington Center for the Arts is hosting an opening reception for their Small Works Holiday Show and Sale at the Lyons Hearing Room in Town Hall. The show will run through December 15 and will be open during Town Hall's regular hours.Local business owners will be offering special discounts at stores throughout the Center on Friday, thanks to a partnership between the Arlington Center Merchant Association and Support Arlington Center to host a Celebrate the Center event. Saturday, December 2From noon to 4 p.m.: East Arlington will celebrate First Lights 2017 with festive entertainment, refreshments, special sales, and holiday activities for the entire family. Head over to Capitol Square and be met with...

Nov 17, 2017

Holiday Decor Sale At Museum After Tree Lighting

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL - From the Arlington Heights Historical Museum:Continuing the celebration of the Arlington Heights Historical Society's 60th anniversary, take the free trolley after North School Park's Tree Lighting to visit the Museum. Cindy Platt, former owner of Sylvia's Flowers, will hold a décor sale on Friday, November 24 at the Arlington Heights Historical Museum (110 W. Fremont St). Ms. Platt will have many unique items for the home including unique wreaths, silk holiday arrangements, special hostess gifts, and ornaments. In addition to the sale, live demonstrations will be held on topics such as: How to turn fall into another season on a budget; What You Can Do With A Wreath; How To Decorate Your Entry Door and Front Porch; and more. A portion of the sale will benefit both the Arlington Heights Historical Museum and Northwest Suburbs Special Education Organization."The Historical Museum is the perfect venue to display my vintage-inspired décor," says Platt. She urges the...

Aug 25, 2017

At the US Botanic Garden, a pungent corpse flower brings a touch of the Gothic

We did get a little whiff, which was, er, fun,” said Casi Hutchings, who arrived with her husband, Nick Hutchings, to catch the spectacle.The Arlington couple had tried to see the botanic garden’s corpse flower that bloomed a year ago, but the line to see it was too long, they said. [In 2016, a banner year for the corpse flower]The bloom arises from a mammoth bulb and flowers on its own schedule. Native to the Sumatran jungle, it is the largest unbranched inflorescence in the plant kingdom. The appearance of three together is believed to be a first among botanic gardens.The other two are clones of each other. The mother plant may bloom next weekend. Its offset, which is somewhat misshapen, could bloom before then.One thing is clear: These flowers have a mind of their own and predicting when they bloom, and for how long, is still more art than science. The garden has a live video stream on its website.The first began to open on Saturday evening just after the botanic garden closed. By 7 a.m. on Sunday, it was showing signs of decline even though other corpse flowers tend to stay upright for as long as 48 hours. Botanic garden horticulturists have informally nicknamed the fickle flower Vlad the Impaler, though Vlad the Regaler might be more like it.Its growers are excited because it is a seedling (one parent came from New York, the other Hawaii), which brings much greater genetic variation to the botanic garden’s collection of these arums. This diversity was seen not just in its atypically rapid bloom cycle but its uncommon coloration: Its spire, or spadix, is a dusky purple instead of the usual green. Its surrounding petal, the spathe, is almost black-purple but with green-white veins.This bizarre architecture caught the eye of botanical artist Mary Ellen Carsley, who traveled from Port Republic, Md., to capture all three of the corpse flowers in her sketch book. “It’s just a beautiful contrast between geometric ...

Jun 29, 2017

Planting project aims to attract insects to pollinate flowers in Arlington

Workers take part in a planting project to attract insects to pollinate flowers in Arlington, Va. Tuesday, June 20, 2017 (ABC7 photo) ARLINGTON, Va. (ABC7) — Workers dug holes and planted flowers to attract insects to pollinate flowers on Tuesday in Arlington. The project was created as a way to sustain the environment, and it's a joint effort between NOVA parks, Dominion Energy, and Arlington County Parks and Recreation.ABC7 News' Q McCray has more on this story in the above video. (WJLA)

Jun 16, 2017

Select flowers to attract birds, butterflies

Master Gardener Answer Desk, Friendship Park Conservatory, Des Plaines, and University of Illinois Extension, North Cook Branch Office, Arlington Heights. Call (847) 298-3502 Monday, Wednesday and Saturday or (847) 201-4176, ext. 14, on Fridays. (Chicago Daily Herald)