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Pistils & Petals Farm Direct

Order flowers and gifts from Pistils & Petals Farm Direct located in Miami Beach FL for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 1060 Alton Rd, Miami Beach Florida 33139 Zip. The phone number is (305) 534-5001. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Pistils & Petals Farm Direct in Miami Beach FL. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Pistils & Petals Farm Direct delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Pistils & Petals Farm Direct
1060 Alton Rd
Miami Beach
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(305) 534-5001
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Feb 1, 2021

Zoom Bloomz Flower Cart Opens at The Lincoln Eatery - Miami's Community Newspapers

The Lincoln Eatery, Miami Beach’s first modern food hall, announces the official opening of Zoom Bloomz, flower cart offering a stunning retail selection of florals by the stem or bunch, handheld bouquets, floral and mason jar arrangements, gift plants, orchids, vases and more. Known for recreating an old-world flower market experience, Zoom Bloomz is a European-inspired flower shop that has been launching pop-ups across the city in high traffic destinations such as Brickell City Centre, Nikki Beach and The Wynwood Yard. Zoom Bloomz flower cart at The Lincoln Eatery will serve as the brand’s third permanent location, alongside The Midtown Garden Center and Ironside Miami. “Everyone should have flowers,” explains Tawnie Aguilar, owner of Zoom Bloomz. “By launching at The Lincoln Eatery food hall, just steps from Lincoln Road, Miami’s premier shopping and entertainment destination, we anticipate a lot of customers hungry for a last minute hostess gift, birthday surprise, romantic gesture or just florals t...

Nov 9, 2019

Fairchild's Million Orchid Project Brings Native Plants to Miami Beach's Lincoln Road - Miami New Times

Next time you find yourself walking on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach, pay special attention to the plant life around you, and prepare to be dazzled by an abundance of orchids in bloom in the trees. The flowers are part of Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden’s Million Orchid Project, a five-year program that aims to reintroduce orchids in public spaces. Orchids now enliven Coral Gables and Coconut Grove; this leg of the project was funded by Stephen Bittel, chairman and founder of the local real-estate firm Terranova Corporation, as a gift to the City of Miami Beach. Many varieties of orchid are native to South Florida. More than a century ago, the fragrant flowers would have been a common sight in trees throughout the area. But a lethal combination of exploitation — through agriculture, the houseplant industry, and urban development — has reduced the population of native orchids to the point they cannot recover without human assistance.Enter the Million Orchid Project.Pedestrians can enjoy 500 brightly colored orchids while strolling along Sou...

Aug 22, 2019

Flowers, caviar and payments toward a $75K Chevy Suburban: What feds say Dana Pullman did with police union funds -

Feb. 17, 2017 and March 1, 2017, on a $276 American Airlines flight from Boston to Miami, a $385 dinner at the Lure Fishbar restaurant in Miami Beach, a $829 fee from Hertz Rent-A-Car and a $2,113 bill from the Palms Hotel & Spa.The Palms Hotel & Spa is a 4-star tropical resort, according to the company website. Pullman used the SPAM debit card to pay iTunes more than $2,000, according to the criminal complaint. Investigators said that Pullman signed a $10,000 SPAM check made payable to a nonprofit based in Quincy. Payments that are $500 or more are supposed to be approved by the executive board, but Pullman didn’t get approval, according to the criminal complaint.The donation paid for a 10-person table and dinner at the organization’s annual gala in Boston, which Pullman attended with his girlfriend, the complaint states. Investigators didn’t name the nonprofit. Pullman issued two checks from SPAM’s account totaling $21,371 for a down payment on a 2017 Chevrolet Suburban, according to the criminal complaint. p class="article__pa...

Jan 25, 2019

French Floral Designs Miami Adds Modern Twist to Classic French Romance Via Unique Designs - Miami New Times

They can be loud, egocentric, and pungent, stealing your attention as you're escorted to your table. In Miami Beach, the Setai's director of food and beverage operations, Julien Labays, stresses the importance of displaying beautiful flowers at the tony hotel's restaurants and throughout the rest of the property. "Upholding the tradition of flower arrangements around our property, especially in the dining areas, is quite important to us," he says. "Our displays propagate a specific emotional connection that adds to the property's overall sense of warmth and unparalleled hospitality. Because we are so well known for our displays of 500 roses in both the Art Deco and Residential Tower lobby areas, it places more of an emphasis for us to carry that through in [our restaurant] Jaya and the Courtyard, particularly for our holiday events."Continue Reading Co-owner Veronique Touboul Courtesy of French Floral Designs Veronique Touboul, co-owner of French Floral Designs in Miami, agrees. "There's so much behind the flowers," she says. "It's your heart."In a few short years since opening, French Floral Designs has caught the eyes of Miami's elite. Touboul and her husband Christophe create masterpieces for special events...

Jun 14, 2018

Life is a satisfying arrangement

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