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Pennsylvania, PA Florists

Find florist in Pennsylvania state that deliver flowers for any occasion including Birthdays, Anniversaries, Funerals as well as Valentines Day and Mother's Day. Select a Pennsylvania city below to find local flower shops contact information, address and more.

Pennsylvania Cities

Pennsylvania State Featured Florists

Bristol Florist

401 Dorrance St
Bristol, PA 19007

Belak Flowers, Inc.

414 Main St
Irwin, PA 15642

Fleur Old City

4254 Main St
Philadelphia, PA 19127

Charles Seiz Florist & Greenhouse

209 Doyle St
Doylestown, PA 18901

The Paisley Peacock Floral Studio

7525 Tilghman St Ste 103
Allentown, PA 18106

Pennsylvania Flowers News

Mar 19, 2020

From flower shops to comic book stores, some ‘non-essential’ businesses stay open during coronavirus scare - PennLive

Diener says that her store is taking precautions. They spray down everything and they have glove and hand sanitizers.On Monday Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf “strongly urged” non-essential businesses across the state to close for 14 days, starting Tuesday, to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus.Nonessential industries include:entertainmenthospitality and recreation facilitiescommunity and recreation centersgymsyogabarre and spin facilitieshair salons and barber shopsnail salons and spascasinosconcert venuestheaterssporting event venuesgolf coursesretail facilities, including shopping malls except for pharmacy or other health care facilities within retail operationsBut on Tuesday, many businesses were open including large retailers like Best Buy, Big Lots, Gabe’s, Homegoods, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Sprint, the UPS store, Xfinity, Boost Mobile, Mattress Firm, Dollar Tree, Bob’s Discount Furniture, AT&T and Ross Dress for Less as well as small businesses.Jim Martin, the owner of The Garden Path and Susquehanna Township also chose to stay open.“I’m a small business owner,” he said “We need our funds day by day.”Martin said that his store doesn’t get a lot of foot traffic. He only had a few customers in the store all day long. Most of his business is by delivery. He said that they’re keeping their distance.Martin said that a lot of the flowers at his shop are from foreign countries and right now he is able to get flowers...

Feb 27, 2020

It's prep time for the Philadelphia Flower Show - The Intelligencer

They will be trucked to the Pennsylvania Convention Center where the show will take place from Feb. 29 through March 8.This year’s theme is “Riviera Holiday,” so plenty of elegant flowers will be on display, like those that graced the Monaco palace when Princess Grace, the late former actress and Philadelphia socialite, married the principality’s Prince Rainier in 1956.There will be colorful, semi-tropical plants, as well, since the Riviera, along the southern coasts of France and Italy, is known internationally as a beachy paradise full of sun-drenched greenery.The Kremps will sell “10 times the number of roses” they normally sell for Valentine’s Day at their market booth at the flower show, Scott said. At $7.99 a dozen, the fresh, high-quality flowers are quite an attractive deal.“We know it’s an expensive ticket,” to attend the show, he said, so the Kremps try to keep the price of their roses as low as possible with the idea that pleased show-goers will return to Kremps Florist for other floral needs.“The flowers are beautiful. We try as best we can to give great value.”In years past, the Kremps entered into the exhibition contests, but found it was better for their business to focus on the show’s marketplace where floral vendors offer their products to plant lovers, homeowners and gardeners.Since 250,000 people regularly attend the show, it’s an ideal location to sell flowers.Roses are the perennial favorites at the market, as are eucalyptus. The sweetly scented plant can be dried and added to flower arrangements or displayed on its own.Pussy willows that bloom in the early spring are another favorite at the March event as they will grow roots in water and then can be planted outside. They also will have tropical plants to go along with the show’s sunny theme this year. When Holland was the theme, they sold lots of tulips.Kremp Florist won the Na...

Feb 27, 2020

Ten Thousand Flowers Project creates mural in Lewes -

In 2018, Tim Gibson, an artist from Pennsylvania, embarked on a mission. He converted a small bus into a traveling home and set out with one goal: to paint more than 10,000 flowers in the United States. But this isn’t a solo project. In every town Gibson visits, he calls for the community to come out and help him. Gibson sets up a mural, outlines the flowers, and allows everyone to join in to paint them. Each mural features a jigsaw effect, creating one singular painting stretching across the country. On Sept. 25, Gibson held his community painting event at Kaisy’s Delights in Lewes. Stretched along the back wall was the rough sketch of flowers, with Gibson and anyone who wanted to help filling them in. The Lewes edition of the Ten Thousand Flowers Project is the 22nd part of...

Feb 27, 2020

2020 Philadelphia Flower Show: Your ultimate guide to the whole blooming affair -

Sam Lemheney, chief of shows and events for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, which produces the show. “Anyone familiar with the region can close their eyes and see the magnificent plant life and smell the fragrances of the Mediterranean.”The 2020 Philadelphia Flower Show opens to the public on Feb. 29 and runs daily through March 8 over 10 acres of the Pennsylvania Convention Center, 12th and Arch streets, Philadelphia.Besides some two dozen elaborate display gardens by landscapers and florists, the show includes another two dozen smaller and/or educational gardens, a large judged competition among amateur growers, a marketplace of 215 gardening-related vendors, multiple talks and “pop-up” demos daily, free wine and spirits tasting, and much more.Read how the Flower Show is planned and builtThe Philadelphia Flower Show is known for its elaborate gardens, built inside on concrete while it's still winter outside. This one is from the 2019 show.What’s so special?The Philadelphia Flower Show is the world’s biggest and longest-running indoor flower show, drawing more than 250,000 visitors from the U.S. and abroad to this annual nine-day horticultural mecca.It’s been going on since 1829 when the fledging Pennsylvania Horticultural Society introduced the poinsettia to the American gardening public at its maiden show.The show also has twice won the International Festivals and Events Association’s award for best event worldwide, besting such other iconic events as the Kentucky Derby Festival, Pasadena’s Tournament of Roses Parade, and the Indianapolis 500 Festival.Besides raising some $1 million a year to support PHS’s greening effort...

Feb 1, 2020

Science, creativity meet at St. Michael School's flower show -

Catholic Schools Week, which ends Feb. 1. The event celebrates a place where “science and creativity come together,” said Julia Thome of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS), which supports flower shows at area schools to explore the benefits of horticulture through hands-on learning. PHS provides guidelines, suggested projects and lesson plans so schools can run their own exhibit. Judges then review the exhibits and present award ribbons to participating students and collaboratively select a handful of “Best of Show” winners who receive tickets to the 2020 Philadelphia Flower Show where their work will be displayed. Teachers from St. Michael School incorporated Junior Flower Show projects into their classroom learning. Each class chose a project outlined by PHS, but students were encouraged to work on additional projects on their own. Principal Stephen DiCicco referred to the project as “educational” and “creative.” Eighth graders honed research skills and expressed creativity with their bouquet floral arrangements. Students were asked to choose flowers that “resembled the vibrancy of Mediterranean colors,” said eighth-grade student Noel Cresbo. Flowers were arranged in vases or recyclable material. “Most vases that are typically used are glass, which is recyclable and easy to find,” sai...