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West Virginia, WV Florists

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

West Virginia Cities

West Virginia State Featured Florists

Fruth Floral

2501 Jackson Ave
Point Pleasant, WV 25550

Cherie's Florist

71 Craft
Craigsville, WV 26205

Petals & Silks

312 Great Teays Blvd
Scott Depot, WV 25560

Feola's Flowers & Greenhouses

196 S. Kanawha St
Buckhannon, WV 26201

Charleston Cut Flower Co.

1900 Fifth Ave. & Iowa St
Charleston, WV 25312

West Virginia Flowers News

Jul 6, 2018

John Flowers Organizing Saturday's Fourth Annual WVU Alumni Game

Alumni Game John Flowers John Flowers' professional basketball career has taken him all over the globe. But he always finds a way to reconnect with West Virginia, where he spent his college days. For the past four years, Flowers has organized a WVU alumni basketball game each summer. This year's event will take place Saturday at 7 p.m. at Fairmont State's Joe Retton Arena. A couple dozen former Mountaineers are slated to participate, including Nate Adrian, Da'Sean Butler, Kevin Jones, Truck Bryant, Devin Williams, Juwan Staten, Jaysean Paige, Tarik Phillip, Teyvon Myers, Brandon Watkins, Herbie Brooks, Brent Solheim, Darryl Prue and many more. The alumni game benefits a local charity each year, and nearly $20,000 has been donated from the three previous games. This year's recipient will be the Give A Hoop Foundation, which was founded by Butler and benefits children in West Virginia. Having grown up just outside of Washington, D.C., in Waldorf, Md., Flowers was recruited to WVU in 2007 by then head coach John Beilein. The 6-foot-7 forward grew and flourished when Bob Huggins took over the program a year later, and Morgantown basically remains Flowers' home to this day. He keeps a co...

Apr 20, 2018

Spring ephemeral wildflowers to take over Morgantown

According to the WVU Department of Biology, wildflowers found in West Virginia include bloodroot, celandine poppy, Dutchman’s breeches, dwarf larkspur, foamflower, harbinger of spring, hepaticas, rue anemone, spring beauties, squirrel corn, toothworts, trilliums, trout lily, twinleaf, Virginia bluebells, wild blue phlox, wild ginger and wood anemone. Some of these plants have leaves that persist through the summer, but most are dormant within a short time.The arboretum is host to many of these flowers, up to 45 species, and holds a multitude of events to promote these flowers every year. This weekend they held one of their major events, the Spring Flower Festival.The Flower Festival included live music, food trucks and guided flower walks to promote the arboretum’s natural treasures. The arboretum holds many events like this throughout the year."Our big spring event is the amazing native spring ephemeral wildflower display that we have here in the Arboretum, and we have guided walks every year," said Zach Fowler, the Core Arboretum Director. "This year, we are in the process of planning a spring open house celebration for April 14 to coincide with the typical peak of the wildflower display.""We also have guided spring bird walks. During the summer, we have weekly nature lectures as part of our Nature Connection Series on Tuesday evenings (this year’s schedule is not complete, but you can find a link to last yea... (The Daily Athenaeum - thedaonline)

Dec 29, 2017

UPDATE: Local flower shop owner speaks out after robbery, one arrested

Troopers said they are still looking for the other man involved.ORIGINAL STORY 11/6/2017 @ 10:30 amPRINCETON, W. Va (WVNS) — West Virginia State Police have arrested a man who allegedly robbed a flower shop in Princeton. Eric Wayne Long is facing a number of criminal charges including battery, malicious assault, burglary, grand and petit larceny and conspiracy. According to court documents, troopers responded to a burglary call at Colonial Florist on Athens Road in Princeton around 1 in the afternoon on Tuesday, November 28. The owner told troopers he received a call from Eric Long requesting flowers for a funeral. In exchange for the flowers, Long would work at the store for a couple of hours. The owner told deputies Long had worked for him in the past doing jobs at the shop such as emptying the garbage and unloading deliveries. While Long was working, the owner said another man entered the store wearing a grey hoodie. The man then hit the owner from the back, knocking him to the ground, and stole his wallet which had several credit cards and $1,000 in cash. When the owner got up from the floor, he told troopers he saw Long running away from the store with the man in the grey hoodie. At this time, it’s unclear who the man in the grey hoodie is or if he has been arrested at this time. Long is being held in the Southern Regional Jail on a $50,000 cash bond. (WVNS-TV)

Aug 25, 2017

Stop and admire the flowers

Spring into Summer Challenge every year and Johnston is doing this ride for him.On Tuesday, he started in Martinsburg, West Virginia, and was aiming for Chambersburg, asking for $2 donations from those he met along the way. (Echo Pilot)

Aug 10, 2017

Good To Grow: America in Bloom contestant Lewisburg overflows with flowers

Lewisburg come together to create a bloom-filled West Virginia small-town gem.Jane Powell is a longtime West Virginia Extension Service Master Gardener through the Kanawha County chapter and has a garden with sunny spots and shady beds, where she grows perennials, vegetables and herbs. She is also the communications director for a community foundation and a volunteer with several nonprofits in the community. Reach Jane at janeellenpowell@aol.com.Good to Grow: Human-friendly Purple Martins control garden insectsPrevious StoryGood to Grow: Follow the sun to see how it affects your gardenNext Story... (Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription))