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Florists in Fairfax, VA

Find local Fairfax, Virginia florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Fairfax 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.

Fairfax Flower Shops

1-800-Flowers - Fairfax

9579 Braddock Rd
Fairfax, VA 22032
(703) 323-5991

Best Wishes Floral

2814-D Merrilee Dr
Fairfax, VA 22031
(703) 204-2934

Burke Florist

10667 Braddock Rd
Fairfax, VA 22032
(703) 352-3633

Caffi Florist

9848 Main St
Fairfax, VA 22031
(703) 281-3030

Copland- John A Florist

3125 Chichester Lane
Fairfax, VA 22031
(703) 560-1234

Exotica Florist

10376 Main St
Fairfax, VA 22030
(703) 778-9779

Giant #0745

13043 Lee Jackson Mem. Hwy
Fairfax, VA 22033
(703) 968-8324

Linens Of Provence Llc

12103 Metcalf Cir
Fairfax, VA 22030
(703) 830-1827

Pan Am Florist

8636 Lee Hwy
Fairfax, VA 22031
(703) 573-9550

Poetry In Bloom

3043 Nutley Street
Fairfax, VA 22031
(703) 269-2241

University Flower Shoppe

9848A Main Street
Fairfax, VA 22031
(703) 591-1410

Fairfax VA News

Jul 5, 2019

Community Gardens Coming to Open Spaces and Rooftops Under New Zoning Rules - Fairfax County Government NewsCenter

As the hunger for locally grown food increases, Fairfax County’s new zoning rules dramatically expand the locations where community gardens, farmers markets and home gardens are allowed. Under the new regulations the Board of Supervisors adopted on June 25, community gardens may bloom in open space on the ground or rooftops on residential, commercial and industrial properties. Now, fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers and plants can be grown from the rooftops of office high-rises in Tysons to opens spaces at houses of worship to the common areas of suburban homeowners associations. Community Gardens Allowed on Ground and Rooftops Previously, the county’s zoning rules limited community gardens to planned residential communities like Burke or Reston. These gardens now are allowed without restriction in open spaces as long as they are under two acres, and they aren’t the principal use on a property. However, community gardens aren’t allowed on single-family home sites. With one in three U.S. households growing their own food at home o...

Jun 22, 2019

Here Are The Best Native Plants For Gardens In McLean - McLean, VA Patch

Alexandria, VA 22301Greenstreet Gardens, 1721 West Braddock Road Alexandria, VA 22302Earth Sangha Wild Plant Nursery, 10123 Commonwealth Boulevard Fairfax, VA 22032Americans spent a record $47.8 billion on lawn and garden retail sales in 2017, according to the National Gardening Survey. The average household spent more than $500 on gardening. And while older adults accounted for 35 percent of all gardeners, millennials were getting their hands and knees dirty at all-time high levels. Adults 18-34 accounted for 29 percent of all gardeners, the survey found. Among the recent trends — more people are investing in raised beds as opposed to digging holes, and they're spending money on apps rather than glossy gardening books. Patch national staffer Dan Hampton contributed to this report.

Apr 27, 2019

1-800-FLOWERS.COM® Introduces 2019 Local Artisan Collection -

Develyn's featured arrangements are Mother's Embrace™ and Sensational Spring Beauty™. Tricia Smith: Twinbrook Floral Design, Fairfax, VAWhen she was about 12 years old, Tricia would help her mom as she created wedding flowers from their home. This experience helped her land her first job at a florist when she was 15, and her career blossomed from there. Today, Tricia owns her own floral shop together with her husband – in fact, he proposed to her there. Tricia designed the Floral Treasures Bouquet™. Ann Marie Pierce: Imperial Florist, Baldwin, NYA veteran of the floral industry, Ann Marie has owned and operated her current shop for nearly 30 years. She has a thriving wedding flower business, the result of her many enthusiastic referrals. Her designs are Splendid & Sweet™ and Sunburst Bouquet™. Ashlee Roberson: Simply Roses, Ormond Beach, FLAshlee's parents opened their shop almost 30 years ago, when she was six. Today, she is the owner and head designer of the family-owned shop, where she enjoys working alongside her mother and sister. Ashlee's featured design is the Vibrant Gem Bouquet™. Jackie Lacey: Floriology® Institute, Jacksonville, FLA highly-accredited and award-winning floral designer, Jackie's industry experience spans 32 years. A former retail florist, today Jackie serves as Director of Education and Industry Relations for the Floriology Institute, where he shares his passion for floral design with florists across the country. His creation is the Modern Rose & Gerbera Daisy Bouquet. Margaret Fleegal: Twinbrook Floral Design, Fairfax, VAMargaret began her floral career in the mass market industry, where she discovered a desire to create her own designs. She began to learn everything she could about the business and worked to develop her own unique style, eventually opening her own shop nearly 25 years ago. Margaret's design is Sunset Passion™. Matthew Wohlfahrt: Floral Concepts, Houston, TXMatt's love of flowers was instilled in him by his maternal grandmother, a certified green thumb. After graduating from North Texas University, Matt joined the family business. Today, the Wohlfahrt family owns and operates five flower shops throughout the Houston Metro area. Matt's inspiration behind his design, Radiant Gem™ Bouquet, is his wife's favorite jewelry. Vivian Chang: Conroy's in Los Angeles, CAWith a love of both flowers and being creative, Vivian started designing arrangements as a part-time job when she was in college. As soon as she finished school, she opened her own floral shop. A florist now for 35 years, Vivian happily enlists her husband and sons as holiday help. Vivian's design is By the Seashore™. Wendell Cook: Nancy's Floral, Gresham, OR Wendell's degree in horticulture has served him well during his nearly 60 years as a floral designer. His career in the floral industry began when he worked in greenhouses after college. He then went into business for himself, taking his family along for the ride. Wendell's creation is Bountiful Basket™. Yunus Daginawala: Conroy's in Encino, CAAn award-winning floral designer for eight years and counting, Yunus loves flowers, but his passion for pizza is a close second. Yunus was introduced to the floral business by his uncle who also owns a flower shop in the area. Hawaiian Hugs & Kisses™ was designed by Yunus. Customers can learn more about these talented florists and stay up-to-date on all the differentiated product offerings at via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and the Petal Talk blog. About® For more than 40 years, has offered truly ori...

Jan 25, 2019

What Marin’s landscape pros plan to do in their own gardens this year - Marin Independent Journal

So what are these landscape pros planning for themselves in 2019?Eric and Silvina Blasen, Fairfax Eric and Silvina Blasen, principals of Blasen Landscape Architecture ( in San Anselmo, a company that has designed both commercial and residential projects for more than 25 years, have lived in Fairfax for almost as long. Their lovely garden was featured in the 2017 book, “Private Gardens of the Bay Area” (Monacelli Press), but it's still an ongoing process for the Blasens. "Our New Year resolution is a continuation of our commitment to reduce our water use," says Silvina, a noted plantswoman. When the couple cut the overhead irrigation system a few years ago, they removed some ivy from garden walls. "We need to establish some new planting on walls and our steep slope called for serious retention." That's where they have planted mainly manzanitas, Arctostaphylos standfordiana, A. ‘Pacific Mist, A. bakeri, and A. ‘Emerald Carpet,’ she says. "For color we added euphorbia ‘Chameleum,’ salvia clevelandii ‘Winifed Gilman,’ orange hybrid monkey flowers ‘Jelly Bean' and California fuchsia ‘Everett's Choi...

Nov 15, 2018

Holiday craft fairs in Marin County

Faire features more than 55 booths showcasing wreaths, ornaments and specialty foods, and a raffle. 6 to 9 p.m. Dec. 7; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 8. Fairfax Pavilion: 142 Bolinas Road, Fairfax; Dec. 8: The ninth annual Fairfax Craft Faire features handmade products. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Unitarian Universalist Church of Marin: 240 Channing Way, San Rafael; a href="http://hulaon...

Oct 26, 2018

Narcotics professor, florist found faith

Sale loved the work, but after a while was laid off. Her friend encouraged her to work with detoxing adults at Fairfax Hospital. She told her friend, "I work with babies; I don't know how to work with adults.' She said, ‘Same thing, they just talk.' " So Sale became licensed through the state as a substance abuse treatment provider. As her interests and career aspirations grew, her time in the classroom did, too. In 2000, she earned her bachelor's in social work and a master's in counseling education in 2005, both from George Mason University in Fairfax. Sale has worked in mental health, in a treatment center for youths and in an outpatient facility. One memorable job was working for the state with pregnant inmates in the five county jails of Northern Virginia. "I was doing social work and counseling groups and case management. The stories you heard were horrific," she said. But she also witnessed amazing transformations - inmates who now are married with children or who own businesses. "I've run into multiple people that I've helped and they said, ‘We looked for you.' There are three women I have known for years," she said.Working in jails piqued her interest in the criminal justice system and prison management. One of her most recent educational pursuits was attending the Drug Enforcement Administration training academy at Quantico. "I can run through a range, I can break down a door," she said with a laugh. She volunteers at Prince William County Adult Detention Center with the crisis intervention team, a group that serves inmates with mental health problems. She's proud of the way the jail guards and staff treat the inmates. Sale said that of the 1,000 inmates, 35 percent have mental health issues. Soon, there will be a wing of the jail to accommodate them. "It is the most humane, respectful place I've ever worked," she said of the jail. She even takes her students on tours of the facility as part of the class she teaches at NOVA, Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs. "I'm teaching my students that if you treat someone the right way, you won't have half the battles," she said. That philosophy extends to the way she interacts with everyone, including her students. At the beginning of the school year, she tells them she's happy they chose to take her class. She gives out her cell phone number. Sale knows she won't get inundated with calls, and it lets the students know she's there for them. "What if they need me?" sh...