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Order flowers and gifts from Nix Florist located in Hampton SC for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 104 Elm Street West, Hampton South Carolina 29924 Zip. The phone number is (803) 943-3371. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Nix Florist in Hampton SC. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Nix Florist delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Nix Florist
Address:
104 Elm Street West
City:
Hampton
State:
South Carolina
Zip Code:
29924
Phone number:
(803) 943-3371
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Find Nix Florist directions to 104 Elm Street West in Hampton, SC (Zip 29924 ) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 32.86739, -81.10984 respectively.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Jun 19, 2020

Uptown Flower Shop Sustained By Strong Saint John Roots - country94.ca

Dean. “Sometimes there’s someone on the Kingston Peninsula or Hampton that’ll bring in garden flowers that we can buy.” The business was founded by the late Guy G. Keirstead whose passion for flowers led him to first rent a stall at the City Market in 1925. Keirstead’s operated out of the market from 1925 to 1946, until he purchased property on the corner of Charlotte and Princess Street where the shop still operates to this day. A piece of family history (Image: Elizabeth MacLeod) The building survived the Great Saint John Fire of 1877 and used to be a hardware and butcher shop, which were later combined to make Keirstead’s. “You have some of the old coolers that we still have from back when they opened up this shop in the 40’s,” said Dean, showing where some of the flowers are stored now. The shop has been run by Guy’s great grandson, Brian Keirstead since 1999, who turned the building’s upper level into a museum and gift shop, selling works of local artists such as Fred Ross and Mary Galbraith until it closed a few years ago. From Mid-March to Easter Keirstead stayed open at reduced hours throughout the pandemic, then closed for a few weeks until they reopened before Mother’s Day on May 9. “It’s really difficult getting flowers right now. They’re just starting to come back, but it’s not where it used to be; it’s a little difficult and it’s a little pricier to get flowers right now too,” said Dean. “But other than that, as long as people give us a lot of notice for specialty items, we can get them in.” Working reduced hours and with a reduced stock of flowers during spring and prime flower-giving occasions, from Easter to Mother’s Day to Professional Secretary’s D...

Feb 27, 2020

Nothing Says ‘I Love You’ Like Secondhand Roses - The New York Times

So Ms. Lubell created a second company, Garbage Goddess, which provides eco-cleanup services for events in New York City, the Hamptons, the Hudson Valley and soon, Los Angeles. “We try to find alternative homes for everything,” she said. “We look at recycling as our last resort.” Her goal is to have less than two bags of garbage for each event.Often, Garbage Goddess will donate event flowers to textile designers like Cara Piazza, who uses the flowers to make natural dyes in her Brooklyn studio.“One bouquet from a wedding will get you a scarf and a kimono,” Ms. Piazza said. “I will get nine massive garbage bags full of flowers from events that will last me a month.”“Flower repurposing is one of the biggest things happening in the events industry right now,” said Nicki Fleischner, the founder of Plan with Purpose, a website that showcases ethically-minded event vendors. “There are more companies coming out of the woodwork all the time.”“Flower repurposing is one of the biggest things happening in the events industry right now.”Credit...Brittainy Newman/The New York TimesJennifer Grove, an event planner, started...

Dec 18, 2019

In bloom: New shop, Forest Flowers, opens on Market Street in Northampton - GazetteNET

In bloom: New shop, Forest Flowers, opens on Market Street in Northampton News > Business A small arrangement by Marisa Filippone, owner of Forest Flowers, a new florist shop on Market Street in Northampton. STAFF PHOTO/CAROL LOLLIS li class="slideimage" data-src="/getattachment/bd7a4d3f-db04-4f03-8523-885dcf1c28a8/BIZflorestflowers-hg...

Nov 9, 2019

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Oct 10, 2019

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Sep 19, 2019

Delaware Valley Floral Group Opens Long Island Distribution Center and Acquires CP Flowers Direct, Inc - PerishableNews

Claire Penney, providing cut flowers to the flower shops, florists and Wedding and Event industry professionals on Long Island and in the Hamptons. Ms. Penney stated “I am delighted that DVFlora will now continue to serve all of the wonderful clients that I have had the pleasure to call my customers.” Operating out of a 17,000 sq ft facility, DVFG’s new Distribution Center covers all of Long Island, including an expanded territory throughout Suffolk County, the North Fork and areas south of Montauk. This newest Distribution Center is strategically located with direct access to I-495, as well as the John F. Kennedy International Airport. The Hauppague facility is designed to improve service level commitments to DVFG’s growing customer base on Long Island. Jack Chidester stated: “We are excited to have a Distribution Center on Long Island. We have many long term, valuable customers on the Island already and this will allow us to service additional customers that are east of our current delivery footprint. We look forward to extending our DVFlora model of one of the largest selections of fresh farm-direct flowers, floral supplies, and botanicals through our new location in Hauppauge” Ken Wilkins stated: “This expansion strengthens our commitment and extends our footprint in the Mid- Atlantic marketplace. In addition to opening new geographies, we remain committed to our successful acquisition strategy and currently are seeking additional opportunities to grow our business through acquisition.” Abo...

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