Florists in Brentwood, CA
Find local Brentwood, California florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Brentwood 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.
Brentwood Flower Shops
7973 Brentwood Blvd
Brentwood, CA 94513
Brentwood CA News
Dec 18, 2019
Shopping for holiday decor at the L.A. flower mart - Los Angeles Times
Malibu plant-based skin care brand Osea or swanky fashion and jewelry boutique Capitol + Irene Neuwirth in Brentwood or in their arrangements at the Tasting Kitchen in Venice.Instead, they’re known for a rustic sensibility that can be seen in their custom gift boxes and hundreds of premade bouquets they sell at all Erewhon stores. Their inspiration this holiday is “Winter Forest.” So look for eucalyptus pods, winterberries, magnolia leaves, lichen-covered branches, blue ice cypress and hemlock to remind you that decorating with nature really is about what grows outside. “The whole point is to bring wilderness into your home,” says Juhos. “We believe in more of a winter vibe for the holidays.” And they’re certain the rest of us can pull this off too. Or at least try.
Holiday orchids at the Los Angeles Flower Market.(Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)
We got up early and went wild retail harvesting with the pair at the Southern California Flower Market and Original Los Angeles Flower Market to see exactly how Juhos and Renna envision a winter forest, without going near a single silver spray-painted branch.What does “Winter Forest” mean to you?
Juhos: “It’s England, cozy, not wet but damp, think evergreen, snow, the smell of juniper and pine and that feeling you get when you walk into the mountains and being in that environment.”What about using what’s in your yard to decorate?Renna: “Forage, w... Oct 10, 2019
After arranging flowers in her garage, Franklin native to open flower shop downtown - Tennessean
The Brentwood High School graduate grew up on Main Street, with vivid memories walking down its sidewalks and playing outside. Come November, she hopes to open up her new store called Merrystem. Her shop is situated in the building across from Five Points Starbucks on Hillsboro Road.
"This is life coming full circle," she said. "Opening your own business is vulnerable, and you’re hoping people appreciate it as much as you and value what you’re offering as much as you do. At the same time, I am confident in my company and my heart is to serve the community well. As long as I do that, I can’t fail."
How she became a florist
After graduating from high school, Bourgeois tried her hand as a hairstylist.
She liked the work but felt it ultimately wasn't for her. It wasn't until she started working for a flower shop in Nashville that she felt she found her niche.
For the last year, she's been arranging flowers in her garage for weddings and special events. She also took that time to prepare for opening her own store after she felt God led her to do so.
"My vision for this store is higher-end design but an intentional color palette and types of flowers u... Jul 5, 2019
Williamson County couple grows thousands of iris, daylilies and more at Iris City Gardens - The Tennessean
United States during the 1930s and '40s. Williams, also known as “Old Dirt Dobber” from his CBS radio show, owned 10 acres on Hill Road in Brentwood called Iris City Gardens. Some of the 4,000 irises the McCulloughs transplanted in 1993 originated from Williams' gardens in Brentwood.
“He had formal gardens and entertained the American Iris Society. He also hybridized and won metals, and we grow them here. He died in the late '40s, so I never met him,” Macey McCullough said. “We kind of carried that on.”
Iris City Gardens
Where: 7675 Younger Creek Road in Primm Springs, Tennessee
When: The gardens are open for visitors 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday until the end of June. Beginning in July, call for an appointment at 800-934-4747.
More: Download a catalog featuring more than 400 varieties of iris at iriscitygardens.com.
Jun 14, 2018
Molly Sims is ready to party as she carries flowers and balloons into festive event in Los Angeles
And it's no surprise that Molly Sims was spotted rushing to put the finishing touches on an afternoon soiree in Brentwood on Thursday.The 45-year-old model was positively beaming wearing a lovely white maxi dress while carrying a beautiful bouquet of blooms into the home.
Host with the most! Molly Sims was spotted rushing to put the finishing touches on an afternoon soiree in Brentwood on ThursdayThe Sports Illustrated Swimsuit stunner covered up her enviable frame wearing a long, white wrap dress plastered with a black floral print.
Her v-neck garment was complete with billowing elbow-length sleeves and a flowing hem which hit just above her ankles.Molly added a touch of pizzazz to her ensemble with a pair of silver sandals which matched a sparkling bracelet worn on her wrist.
Beauty: The 45-year-old model was positively beaming wearing a lovely white maxi dress while carrying a beautiful bouquet of blooms into the homeHer long, dark blonde hair was worn in natural waves and she added a pop of color to her otherwise monochrome outfit with bright red lipstick. Making the most of the occasion, Molly was seen walking in and out of the home carrying massive balloo... Apr 20, 2018
Contrasting 1-800-Flowers (FLWS) & Kirkland's Home (KIRK)
The company also sells its products through its kirklands.com Website. Kirkland's, Inc. was founded in 1966 and is based in Brentwood, Tennessee.Receive News & Ratings for 1-800-Flowers Daily - Enter your email address below to receive a concise daily summary of the latest news and analysts' ratings for 1-800-Flowers and related companies with a href="https://macondaily.com/daily-email-updates-basic/?symbol=NASDAQ:FLWS&c=1-800-Flowers" styl...Dec 8, 2017
Spring flowers are focus of Brentwood gardening club slideshow
BRENTWOOD — A local gardening club is thinking ahead — to spring — by hosting a talk on cut flowers.Longtime Brentwood resident and gardening enthusiast Cathy Voortman will be the guest speaker at Delta Informal Gardeners’ monthly meeting from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday at Brentwood Community Methodist Church, 809 Second St., Brentwood.Voortman will give a slideshow featuring photos of her own garden and floral bouquets to inspire others as they get ready to plant for spring.A UC Davis graduate, she learned the basics about plants while interning at the university’s botanical conservatory and worked briefly at a retail nursery, but most of what she knows about gardening comes from hands-on experience in her own back yard.Visitors are welcome. (East Bay Times)