Florists in Chambersburg, PA
Find local Chambersburg, Pennsylvania florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Chambersburg 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.
Chambersburg Flower Shops
38 N Main St
Chambersburg, PA 17201
1137 S 4Th St
Chambersburg, PA 17201
7 St Pauls Dr
Chambersburg, PA 17201
Chambersburg PA News
Dec 29, 2017
These five people have spent 237 years designing flower arrangements
Kenny Perry makes Christmas wreaths at Plasterer's Florist in Chambersburg.
Markell DeLoatch, Public OpinionBuy PhotoPlasterer's Florist, Chambersburg, has five floral designers who have each been with the local business for close to 50 years. From left, Ben Taylor (44 years), Bonnie Taylor (50 years), Steph Rice (44 years), Rhonda Wolff (50 years) and Densie Baranowski (48 years).(Photo: Amber South, Public Opinion)Buy PhotoCHAMBERSBURG - The same 10 hands that created floral arrangements for Christmas celebrations and major life milestones around a half a century ago are still at it today at Plasterer's Florist and Greenhouse. The five core floral designers at the long-time family-run florist at 990 Lincoln Way West in Chambersburg have spent 237 years, combined, spreading congratulations, joy, gratitude and sympathy throughout the local area through their floral creations. All of them have been there more than four decades.Two of them, Rhonda Wolff and Bonnie Taylor, have cracked the 50-year mark. The others are close behind: Densie Barano... (Chambersburg Public Opinion)Oct 5, 2017
In full bloom: Hutchison family celebrates 50 years at Fisher's Florist
Day. On Mother's Day, he doubles his staff to meet the demand.Fisher's Florist delivers to Shippensburg and the surrounding areas, and down to Chambersburg.He stressed that Fisher's will never give its customers a “cookie cutter bouquet,” and always strives to have the freshest flowers on hand. He orders from three wholesalers that can essentially have most flowers to him every day of the week, except Sundays. Tropical flowers need to be ordered in advance because they can take a few days to arrive. When Hurricane Irma hit Florida at the beginning of the month, it was tough for him to get red roses in because a lot of flowers are shipped to Miami and sent via refrigerated truck to wholesalers.How does Tim know which flowers to order and how many?“When I took over the business, that was the first thing I was really worried about,” he admitted. “But, it's just something you pick up after doing it for so long. I try to keep red, pink, orange and lavender roses in stock, along with daisies and carnations. I keep close tabs on funerals and if I see that a few are coming up, I will buy more. I also keep records from year to year and note what sold, what didn't sell and go from there. If Valentine's Day falls on a Sunday, I won't sell as many flowers, so I will order less. It's a matter of planning ahead.”Tim noted that Fisher's Florist also sells silk arrangements, green potted plants and gift items like Keystone Candles, which are made in Harrisburg.Getting creativeStacy and Angie Biesecker arranged bouquets of colorful flowers for customers last week. Stacy finished up her arrangement filled with bright yellow daisies, vibrant purple carnations and elegant white roses.Both agreed they enjoy working with... (The Shippensburg News-Chronicle)Aug 25, 2017
Stop and admire the flowers
Summer Challenge every year and Johnston is doing this ride for him.On Tuesday, he started in Martinsburg, West Virginia, and was aiming for Chambersburg, asking for $2 donations from those he met along the way. (Echo Pilot)Sep 7, 2016
Royer's Flowers opens 16th store Tuesday
Thursday, September 1, 2016, into the new Royer's Flowers & Gifts which opens September 6 at 7 St. Paul Drive, Chambersburg.(Photo: Markell DeLoatch, Public Opinion)Buy Photo
LEBANON - Family-owned Royer’s Flowers & Gifts is opening its Chambersburg store, 7 St. Paul Drive, at 8 a.m. on Tuesday.
It will be the farthest west and south that Royer’s has reached, according to Greg Royer, president and CEO of Royer’s. The florist’s first store in Franklin County will allow the company to extend deliveries to the Hagerstown, Maryland, area.
“With a beautiful new building in a terrific new market, we're thrilled to be a part of the Chambersburg community and beyond," Royer said.
The 4,000-square-foot store's grand opening will include specials on hardy mums and loose carnations.
Store manager Gregory Royer represents the fourth generation of Royer family involvement with the company. Assistant manager Heidi Trate and design supervisor Sherry Carbaugh join him on a 15-person staff.
Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce members and officials will cut a ribbon of flowers at 9 a.m. Wednesday.
The new Royer's Flowers &am... (Chambersburg Public Opinion)Sep 7, 2016
Royer's Flowers builds new midstate store, expands delivery area
County has expanded to a new area.
Royer's Flowers & Gifts has built a new store in Franklin County. Royer's opened the new store on Tuesday in Chambersburg at 7 St. Paul Drive.
With the new store in Franklin County, the company plans to extend its deliveries into Maryland in the Hagerstown area. The 4,000-square-foot store sits on a half-acre and the store expects to have a staff of 15 people. Store manager Gregory Royer represents the fourth generation of Royer family involvement with the company.
The store will be open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday - Friday; 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday; and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.
With the new store in the Chambersburg area, Royer's now operates 16 stores in Berks, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties. Its sister company, Stephenson's Flowers & Gifts has one store in Dauphin County. Royer's was founded by Hannah Royer in 1937.
Royer's closed its Palmyra store at 901 E. Main St. on July 30. Negotiations for a new lease at the Palmyra Shopping Center were unsuccessful, Royer's said in a press release in July. Royer's announced at the time that the store's staff and phone line would shift to Royer's Hershey area location in Derry Twp. at 304 W. Chocolate Ave. and that store wou... (PennLive.com)Apr 22, 2016
BOYS BASKETBALL: Yardley's Tom Ryan touched players lives wherever he coached
Warriors – led by Asa Rankins and current coach Matt Gasper – earned a high seed in states. And yet they still had to drive175 miles to Chambersburg High School to take on the Cadets while the Scotland School was just six miles north off I-81.Tied at the half at 25-all, Bristol actually took a 42-40 lead after three quarters only to see Scotland pull away in the final frame. Continued...
At the end of the 2006-07 school year, Bristol saw the graduation of five seniors on the basketball team including Gasper, Mike and Matt Pinelli and Rocco Pirollo. That didn’t stop Ryan; he led the Warriors back to the postseason in 2008.Ryan’s health was starting to fail more significantly, however, that year. He had heart disease, longue disease and Diabetes, which cost him his leg, amputated shortly after the basketball season.After 2008, the Warriors never returned to districts, going a combined 15-30 those two campaigns. Kevin says however it was those last two years from which Ryan gained the most satisfaction.“He still wanted to win, but he started to see that there were things that were more important than winning,” said Kevin.“He really started to mellow out those last couple of years. That’s when he started to invest in kids’ lives.”Kids like Gasper, who took the reins of the Bristol boys basketball program at the beginning of this season.The current coach didn’t register a winning record his first year with the Warriors but he managed to get his charges into the BAL tournament where Bristol got past DelCo Christian – a team it lost to twice this season – in the opener by a 66-64 score.In the quarterfinals, the Warriors got a big fourth quarter from standout Deonte Harris and toppled Church Farm School, 55-47, despite losing to the Griffins three days earlier in the last game of the regular season.You know Church Farm fans didn’t like it; their Griffins lost to Bristol in last year’s D-1 championship, despite possessing a 15-point lead with less than five minutes to go in regulation.Now, Ryan can rest in peace, knowing that one of his protégés got the most out of his team, something the former Warriors coach had always managed. Continued...
YARDLEY – Former CYO and high school boys basketball coach Tom Ryan, of Yardley, passed away on Good Friday and when he did, Bucks County lost one of the good ones.Due to some health issues, Ryan, who was 69, hadn’t coached a hoops team since 2010. But before that, he guided junior varsity and varsity squads at no less than five lower Bucks County high schools including Bishop Egan, Holy Ghost Prep, Pennsbury, Truman and Bristol High School.A retired systems analyst for PECO Energy, Ryan’s last coaching tour of duty was at Bristol where he led the Warriors to a 68-53 record over the course of five seasons, three of which the team made it into district playoffs.Ryan’s first year at Bristol was 2005-06 when he led the Warriors to an 18-6 record and a loss to Saint Pius X in district playoffs. His second year there was even better when he took Bristol t... (Bucks Local News)