Florists in Clarks Summit, PA
Find local Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Clarks Summit 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.
Clarks Summit Flower Shops
555 Northern Blvd
Clarks Summit, PA 18411
515 S. State St
Clarks Summit, PA 18411
Clarks Summit PA News
Apr 27, 2019
Art in Bloom - WSKG.org
Furnishings, Kingston; Monzie’s Floral Designs, Tunkhannock; Artist Susan French, Kingston; B’s Floral Design, Scranton; Petals for Goodness Sake, Clarks Summit, and Snapdragon Flower Company, also of Clarks Summit.
Catered by POSH at the Scranton Club, the museum will host a preview reception from 6:00 pm – 8:0 pm on Friday, April 26 where guests will enjoy music, food, and cocktails while viewing the designers’ presentations. Reservations are requested. Ticket price is $50 (non-members) and $40 (members). for more information please call Kathy Bell in development (570) 346-7186 x521
... Jan 26, 2017
Petal Share PA gives flowers new purpose
MICHAEL J. MULLEN / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Denise Wylie, Mazine Gilligan and Frani Jones make flower arrangements at Petal Share PA in Clarks Summit. The group takes floral donations from events and repurposes them for distribution at local nursing homes and care centers.
MICHAEL J. MULLEN / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Beth Perry packs boxes with floral arrangements at Petal Share PA, a Clarks Summit organization that reuses flowers from events for nursing homes and care centers.
CLARKS SUMMIT — White, yellow and red roses paired with red berries and purple lilies blossomed into new life as amateur florists arranged bouquets to brighten the day of area senior citizens.
In the basement of the former Division Street School in Clarks Summit, about 10 volunteers from nonprofit Petal Share PA craft bouquets in small vases and porcelain teacups. The blooms will decorate the rooms of Compassionate Care Hospice patients.
Since April, the organization, started by Kathee Senofonte of Clarks Summit, has been recycling flowers donated by funeral homes, grocery stores, restaurants and others to bring joy to residents of nursing homes... (Scranton Times-Tribune)