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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

Van Flower Shop

100 Van High School Rd
Van, WV 25206

Alvis Floral, Inc.

108 Main St
Rainelle, WV 25962

Kelly's Floral Designs Llc

3174 Earl Core Rd Ste 5
Morgantown, WV 26508

Adams Avenue Floral Unlimited

957 Adams Ave
Huntington, WV 25704

Roller Floral Company Of Bluefield

1711 Jefferson St
Bluefield, WV 24701

West Virginia Flowers News

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 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))

May 7, 2017

From a single Mother's Day carnation to a riot of flowers

Credit for our Mother’s Day holiday goes to Anna Jarvis, who in 1908 had her mother memorialized at St. Andrew’s Methodist Church in Grafton, West Virginia. Decades later the church took advantage of the occasion by becoming incorporated as the International Mother’s Day Shrine — something to visit should you ever inexplicably find yourself in Grafton.Jarvis chose white carnations to put on her mother’s grave because they were her mother’s favorite flower. With the success of the Sunday service, Jarvis campaigned for a national Mother’s Day. It took a lot of work but by 1914 Woodrow Wilson signed a presidential proclamation designating the second Sunday in May as a national holiday to honor mothers.Florists and card companies loved the idea and quickly touted their respective offerings as gifts. Jarvis was not amused. She argued that Mother’s Day was to be a moment for personal remembrance and acknowledgement — make your own cards and gifts — and not a money maker for others. When the nonprofit American War Mothers, founded in 1917, started selling Mother’s Day carnations to raise funds, Jarvis took to the streets and was arrested for disturbing the peace.Flower sellers quickly leaped upon the language of flowers, a concept known as floriography. While various attributes have been assigned to flowers for thousands of years, modern marketers carefully selected those for carnations.White carnations were said to symbolize the attributes of motherhood: purity, faithfulness, charity, and beauty. That seems a bit much, but these flowers are only to be used for mothers who have died and, thus, placed on their graves. Should you wish to...

Mar 23, 2017

Chesapeake watershed's early bloomers first to usher in spring

March to June in open woods on limestone and in rocky open woods. It is native to the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. It will bloom longer if kept moist. Consider replacing some of your current landscape plants with native species. You should be able to find native flowers, shrubs and trees with the same shape, color, size or other characteristics as some of your favorite nonnative plants to create attractive and more natural landscapes right in your own yard. By selecting native plants that suit local conditions, you can reduce or eliminate the need for fertilizers, pesticides and watering. This saves both time and money. Native plants also provide food and cover for local wildlife like butterflies, birds, frogs, turtle and small mammals. For information about trees, shrubs, flowers, grasses and ferns native to the Chesapeake Bay watershed, visit the Chesapeake Bay Native Plant Center.About Kathy Reshetiloff Kathryn Reshetiloff is with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Chesapeake Bay Field Office in Annapolis.By submitting a comment, you are consenting to these Rules of Conduct. Thank you for your civil participation. Please note: reader comments do not represent the position of Chesapeake Media Service. (The Chesapeake Bay Journal)