Birthday Flowers

A heart-warming Birthday surprise for someone you truly care about!

Funeral Service

Funeral Service Flowers for a well-lived life is the most cherished. Be that open heart for that special someone in grief.

Sympathy

Create that sense of peace and tranquility in their life with a gentle token of deepest affections.

Flowers

Select from variety of flower arrangements with bright flowers and vibrant blossoms! Same Day Delivery Available!

Roses

Classically beautiful and elegant, assortment of roses is a timeless and thoughtful gift!

Plants

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Florists in Council Bluffs, IA

Find local Council Bluffs, Iowa florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Council Bluffs 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.

Council Bluffs Flower Shops

Bloom Works Floral

142 W Broadway Ste 138
Council Bluffs, IA 51503
(712) 256-3156

Bradley's Floral & Gifts

523 S Main St
Council Bluffs, IA 51501
(712) 322-3302

Corum's Flowers & Greenhouse

639 Fifth Ave
Council Bluffs, IA 51501
(712) 322-7355

Flowers Too

1801 Valley View Dr
Council Bluffs, IA 51503
(712) 322-4326

Hy-Vee Floral Shop

1745 Madison Ave
Council Bluffs, IA 51501
(712) 322-4117

In Bloom

1141 N Broadway
Council Bluffs, IA 51503
(712) 242-1919

Council Bluffs IA News

Jan 12, 2018

Florists Prep For Inspiring Day In Omaha

Blast in Des Moines, an experience that expanded her skill-set and provided a boost in business. When the owner of Loess Hills Floral Studio in Council Bluffs, Iowa, saw the educational program is next headed to Omaha, Nebraska — a mere six miles away — she pounced on the opportunity. "I got a lot out of the program the first time, both during the sessions and the networking opportunities in between," she said. On Sunday, January 14, Bullington will be sitting front row and center with another employee in tow. SAF's first event of 2018 combines a blend of favorites and new presentations. Bullington said she's especially interested to hear headliner Laura Daluga, AIFD, discuss ways to connect with millennials. "My business is largely weddings, so millennials are my clients," she explained. First-time Profit Blast attendee Jack Fabbrini is ready to "soak it all in." A recent college grad, he joined his family's 52-year-old shop, Fabbrini's Flowers in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, a year ago and appreciates the chance to get up-to-speed during the compact program. "I can't tell employees how to do something if I can't do it myself," he said. "This hits pretty everything I need — financial issues, sales tips, digital strategies and design trends — in just one day. Plus the name is pretty catchy! Who w... (PerishableNews )

Oct 13, 2016

Baby Who Died At Home Daycare Identified As Norwalk Girl

Magda of Stamford; her great-aunts and great-uncles: Maria and Bill Myers of Norwalk, Frances Magda of Stamford, Carolyn and David Ettinger of Council Bluffs, Iowa, Robert and Deborah Meno of Knightdale, NC, and James and Angela Cimminello of Norwalk; as well as many other family and friends. To leave online condolences, visit www.cognetta.com . This is the third child to die in a home day care in Fairfield County this year. A 4-month-old boy from Shelton died in a home day care center in Fairfield in March. The owner of the unlicensed day care is charged with manslaughter in his death, accused of administering a fatal dose of Benadryl, which should not be given to children under the age of 2. She pleaded not guilty last week. A 2-month-old girl from New Canaan died in a day care center in a home in Stamford in July. She died of blunt force trauma to the head. The owner of that day care center is also charged with manslaughter and pleaded not guilty in August. Click here to read the story at The Hour website. (Daily Voice)

Feb 3, 2016

Leroy (Lee) Eldon Olson

Vice President himself. Lee grew up in Persia, IA and Cumberland, IA then lived with his wife and two children in Council Bluffs, IA; Salt Lake City, UT; Omaha, NE and Laguna Niguel, CA. Lee is survived by his wife of 51 years, Darlene Olson, son Steve Olson, daughter Brenda Ciccone, her husband Bruno and granddaughter Breanne; brother Al (Kathy) Olson and sisters Betty Jordan, Karen (Bob) Wolfe and Sherri Fleischer. Lee was a dedicated and loving husband, father, brother and friend. He enjoyed spending time with his family, golfing, traveling, taking his dog Penny for walks, befriending stray cats and of course, trains and the railroad. Recently Lee was excited about doing research for his brother Al who is restoring a 1956 Ford identical to the one Lee had as a teenager and later gave to Al. He had a wonderful sense of humor, kind heart, curious nature and was a great man who will be deeply missed. Lee suffered from Parkinson’s disease in his later years and supported the work of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. In lieu of flowers you can honor Lee through a donation at www.michaeljfox.org. A service celebrating Lee’s life will be held on his birthday on August 20, 2016 at Coronado Island, CA, one of his favorite places to visit. (Elko Daily Free Press)

Sep 2, 2015

'Farmer florists' on rise in United States

That hasn’t been Rhonda Bullington’s experience.The owner of Loess Hills Floral Studio in Council Bluffs, Iowa, said rustic wedding themes with cottage and meadow flowers were big trends in 2012 and 2013, but this year, “brides are wanting big, over-the-top pieces.”She uses a local Nebraska grower for some arrangements and tries to buy U.S. flowers when she can, “but they tend to be a little more expensive.” As long as her customers demand lower prices over local sourcing, that’s what she’ll provide to stay in business.And Bullington sees a big difference in the slow food movement and the push for local flowers: “You don’t need flowers; you want flowers.”... (The Columbian)

Aug 22, 2015

Zinnia makes buying flowers online easy and affordable

Zinnia flower orders are received through their website, put together locally and are available for next day delivery to anywhere in the Omaha, Council Bluffs area. The bouquets are complete with their signature burlap wrap and individualized stem water tubes, rather than a vase. ‘What you see is what you get’—and that’s a big difference Less than a year ago, Bliss was working at Paypal and came in contact with many customers who were less than pleased when they received their floral arrangements from online retailers. Bliss explained that many companies use pipe cleaners and Photoshop to accentuate their product in photos. These retailers aren’t able to live up to their overhyped stock photography, leaving customers with buyer’s remorse. Bliss saw an opportunity to focus on and improve the customer experience within the flower-buying industry. “We want Zinnia to be the one-stop-shop for buying bouquets,” said Bliss. “What you see is what you get. No hidden service or delivery fees. No crushed expectations. We want to provide our customers with high-quality flowers at an affordable price.” Finding credibility as a new company Earlier this summer, Zinnia entered from the Straight Shot accelerator in Omaha. Bliss explained that their experience was vital to making their goal realistic and doable. “We originally set out to be an app that could connect everyone to their local floral shop. We quickly realized how large of an undertaking that was, so we decided to pivot and focus on making the consumer experience the best it can be, which is something we think that we will be able to replicate better than our original model,” said Bliss. One of the reasons Zinnia decided to pivot was the issue of credibility within the industry. “We needed to e... (Silicon Prairie News)