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.


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


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


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


Blooming and Green Plants.

Florists in Bath, NY

Find local Bath, New York florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Bath 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.

Bath Flower Shops

Bath NY News

Jul 6, 2021

The irresistible rise of the rose - Financial Times

France and England. “She took such care of them and they smelt so beautiful – it is the smell of my childhood,” says Blahnik from his home in Bath, where every corner of his terrace is smothered in pink roses, including the climber “Mortimer Sackler” that inspired his “Trellis” stiletto boot.For Blahnik the rose is interwoven with everything he loves about Englishness, from the damask blooms of country house chintz to the waft of Floris’s rose scent that enchanted him when he first arrived in London in the early ’70s. “Roses are a part of the culture and why I came to England.”His passion for the old roses includes the extraordinary striped “Rosa Mundi”, which dates back to the 13th century, and the Bourbon roses, such as the luscious “Souvenir de la Malmaison”, which were bred from the early 19th century. “They open so beautifully with so many layers – they are incredibly mysterious.” To see similar varieties in full froth, head to Mottisfont in Hampshire where an old vegetable garden was repurposed as home to the national collection of around 2,000 old roses.In Rose, a cultural history of the flower, author Catherine Horwood traces how roses have been woven into traditions, rituals and symbolism since the ancient civilisations. But it was during the 19th century that plant hunters, collectors and breeders all contributed to a boom in their cultivation; when the China roses were brought to Europe it opened up new possibilities – they had a long flowering season, distinctive scent and a new palette of colours, all of which could be bred into new hybrids.Roses can loosely be divided into old and modern. The old roses are once flowering gallicas, damasks, albas, centifolias and the heavenly scented moss roses, or the later-developed repeat-flowering bourbons, China roses, noisettes, Portland and tea roses. The modern roses – floribundas, hybrid teas, polyanthus, grandifloras, shrub roses – were developed from the 19th century. In 1867 Jean-Baptiste Guillot bred the first hybrid tea rose, “La France”, and in the same decade, Wiltshire farmer Henry Bennett formalised the breeding system and introduced 10 hybrid teas, from which our modern garden roses are descended.Using roses in wilder settings is also seeing a revival. Lady Ursula Cholmeley has restored 12 acres of borders, terraces and meadows within Easton Walled Garden in Lincolnshire. Among her ideas was a wildflower meadow, where roses would be trained on tall metal supports of her own design.As the plant’s stems reach the top of the support they are then trained down onto strainers – when a rose stem is pulled down it will produce many more lateral flowering shoots. “We are still learning,” says Cholmeley of her rose meadow, where in midsummer fountains of roses float above vetches, orchids and golden grasses. “The roses need to be vigorous and the stems need to be lax enough for training, and some are not hardy enough – there’s a ferocious frost pocket on the meadow.”Her favourites include the ramblers, the blush white “Adélaïde d’Orléans” and magenta “Veilchenblau”, as well as David Austin’s “La...

Apr 4, 2021

Kate Hudson's extravagant floral bathroom could be a beauty salon - HELLO!

April 02, 2021 - 21:19 BSTMatthew Moore Kate Hudson has wowed fans with her extravagant bathroom that could double as a beauty salonKate Hudson was a vision in yellow as she posed in her extravagant floral bathroom and it looked like it could be a beauty salon.MORE: Kate Hudson sparks huge reaction in tight pink crop and shortsThe actress posed in front of her opulent mirror in a light yellow crop top that paired up well with her dark yellow pants.And fans were able to get a glimpse into the Almost Famous star's extravagant bathroom that stretched out behind her for an eternity.Loading the player...WATCH: Kate Hudson reveals private sauna at $5.5million homeThe bathroom was decked out with some beautiful floral wallpaper, while some archways encapsulated the star's shower, which looked like it could fit her entire family.In another corner of the room was an elegant bath, with what appeared to be dozens of family photos lining the window sill.To Kate's side was an expansive beauty unit, which featured a hand mirror with decorative flowers on it and a wig stand head.MORE: K...

Feb 1, 2021

Abilis offers Valentine’s Day gifts, boost to local seniors - Greenwich Time

Feb. 12 and Feb. 14. According to Abilis, there are also Valentine’s Day-themed home décor items as well as handcrafted soaps and bath products available, along with books and games and puzzles for children. “Gifts for everyone on your Valentine’s list are in stock and available,” the nonprofit said. Shopping can be done in person, online or by phone. Pickups can be arranged. Flower arrangements can be ordered by calling 203-531-4438 or visiting by Wednesday. In-store items will be available first-come first-serve through the holiday. The store is located on 50 Glenville St. Abilis is a nonprofit that works with people of all ages with special needs. One of its programs helps participants get training and find employment, and the store is a big part of that. “Holidays and especially Valentine’s Day are always a special time at Abilis Gardens and Gifts,” Abilis CEO and president Amy Montimurro said. “We have a wide variety of great gifts for all ages in the gift shop including beautiful flowers from our greenhouse. Our shop is a retail training site for people with special needs. We hope people will come shop local to support us.” Abilis is also looking to give back through its Gardens & Gifts store by creating wristlets and boutonnieres from silk flowers fo...

Feb 1, 2021

Abilis Gardens & Gifts Helps Make Valentine's Day Extra Sweet: Gifts & Flowers Available Online and In the Shop - Greenwich Free Press

February 3 for pick-up February 12 – 14). Love and Valentine-themed home decor items, Abilis handcrafted candles, soaps and bath products, books, games and puzzles for children and gifts for everyone on your Valentine’s list are in stock and available. Shopping can be done in-person or online or by phone for pick-up. To order online and place pre-orders for flowers, visit or call 203-531-4438 (GIFT). Abilis Gardens & Gifts is also giving back this Valentine’s Day with creating wristlets and boutonnieres made from beautiful silk flowers for the residents of Parsonage Cottage. Abilis’ program participants and employees of Abilis Gardens & Gifts have been busy making the special corsages and will be delivering them to Parsonage Cottage in advance of Valentine’s Day. Parsonage Cottage has sent out a request for Valentine’s to be sent to its residents, since they have been limited to in-person and face-to-face contact with their loved ones this year due to COVID, so this special treat donated by Abilis will help brighten the residents’ day. Abilis Gardens & Gifts is a retail store training site where Abilis program participants obtain hands-on retail experience and work toward obtaining community-based jobs in sales and production. Abilis is celebrating i...

Dec 10, 2020

Shop Local Holiday Gift Guide: Montclair's Got Gifts from Quirky to Elegant - Baristanet

Sunday from 11 AM – 7 PM. With items including jewelry, t-shirts and caps, candles, scarves, ties and belts, ornaments, purses, lotions and bath bombs, CBD products, baskets, and paintings, you’ll find something for everyone at a variety of price points. Local and NJ artisans like Soaps of Love, Vintage Montclair, The Little Scent Shoppe, Soapana, Velvet & Jute, Shi’s Cakes and Things are all featured. The Artisan’s Gallery Pop-Up offers in-person shopping or order from their website with curbside pickup. Stop in for sustenance including sandwiches and bagels, celebrated Mac & Cheese or crispy calamari, Caribbean dishes, or Chinese food. Montclair Center’s shops and restaurants are bending over backwards to help make shopping easy and fun for everyone. With outdoor displays and events, the whole area makes for a colorful walk around downtown, so get your steps in as you get your shopping done! figc...

Dec 10, 2020

Sharon Hull, This Week in the Garden | Thankful for gardening on Central Coast - Santa Cruz Sentinel

Watching the tiny golden Lesser Goldfinches flitting from my feeder to my fountain where they enthusiastically bathe, hearing their musical calls to each other, fills me with thanks that such beauty comes to my garden. And watching the butterflies, most often the brilliant orange and black of the Monarch and Gulf Fritillary adults, never fails to delight my senses and remind me to be grateful that I can grow the flowers that they need. May you too find this kind of contentment and satisfaction as you ponder the gardening joys of this Thanksgiving season. Garden tips are provided courtesy of horticulturist Sharon Hull of the San Lorenzo Garden Center. Contact her at 831 423-0223.