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Florists in Virginia Beach, VA

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

Virginia Beach Flower Shops

Event Decorators Flowers & Balloon

1761 Solar Lane
Virginia Beach, VA 23456
(757) 805-4555

Flowers At Hilltop

1606 Hilltop West Shopping Center
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
(757) 425-7071

Haygood Flowers & Gifts

1115 Independence Blvd
Virginia Beach, VA 23455
(757) 460-3525

Kempsville Florist & Gifts, Inc.

3640 Dam Neck Rd Ste 214
Virginia Beach, VA 23453
(757) 497-0825

Palette Of Petals

521 N Birdneck Rd
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
(757) 422-0415

Virginia Beach Florist

1554 Laskin Road #102
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
(757) 230-2004

Virginia Beach VA News

Dec 18, 2019

Bernard Flowers Austin, Sr. of Manteo, December 17 - The Outer Banks Voice

Before moving to North Carolina, he worked as Golf Pro at Princess Anne Country Club in Virginia Beach.A celebration of his life officiated by Rev. Matt Seals will be held at Mt. Olivet United Methodist Church, 300 Ananias Dare Street, on Monday, December 23, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. Kenny Midgett, long-time family friend, will deliver the eulogy.Twiford Funeral Home, Outer Banks is assisting the family with arrangements. Condolences and memories can be shared at

Aug 25, 2017

Floral industry adapts to avoid withering

Florist’s customer and delivery base.One is planned for Newport News, while the other is planned for the Suffolk area. The branches on Baker Road in Virginia Beach and Battlefield Boulevard in Chesapeake will remain open.Lone Star Bloom owns 16 brick-and-mortar flower shops across several states – a business they promote with a “Sell Your Store” tab on their website.Brown said he sees his business role as stepping in and revitalizing local retailers. Most of the floral shops were financially struggling when the company bought them, he said, but that’s not the case with Norfolk Florist.“They have been growing every year since five years ago,” Brown said. “Most of the flower shops we look at have five years of declining revenue. It was definitely the strongest florist we had come across.”Companies like Teleflora and FTD have been strong players in the floral industry by creating a network of florists for online orders and deliveries.Shops can pay up to around 30 percent commission from the orders through these websites, Brown said.All three floral shops work with one or both of these companies.“Everybody’s taking a little piece of the pie out...” Parker said. “The rate of the orders coming in doesn’t amount to what you’re paying out to them.”In the end, Munford said keeping customers coming back means providing quality and expertise.“For these life changing moments, you want the best,” she said. (Virginian-Pilot)

Aug 25, 2017

Stop and admire the flowers

Tuesday morning.They were serenaded with admiring comments as they worked and even drew the attention of a Florida man on a charity bike ride from Virginia Beach to the Boston Harbor.“I walk by every day and admire these zinnias,” said Greencastle Tax Collector Sue Myers, who was accompanied by her Boston terrier SuzyQ. “We’re so lucky to have these girls do this — our beautiful flowers in our pretty little town.”Eshleman spearheads the plantings around town and gets help from other volunteers like Hirneisen.“I love the flowers,” Robert Phenicie said as he walked by. “I live across the street and see them every day.”If the giant zinnias seem especially lush and full, Eshleman reveals her secret: She mixes granules of Miracle-Gro with potting soil in the bottom of the holes before planting them.“I think it helps give them a root start,” she said, adding, “The rains have been wonderful.”The zinnias are deheaded so they don’t go to seed (which wastes energy) and will keep on blooming.“It sure is pretty,” a passing driver called from Baltimore Street, waving out the window.That was shortly before Douglas Johnston pulled his bike in front of the flowerbed.He is participating in the Spring into Summer Bicycle Challenge for Navy retirees, who collect donations to buy bicycle helmets for needy children. Although the official ride is from Virginia to Massachusetts, he’s taking the long route — from Naples, Florida, and... (Echo Pilot)

Mar 9, 2017

Alice Jean Flowers

Alice Jean FlowersAlice Jean Flowers passed away on Feb. 22, 2017, in Virginia Beach, Va. She was preceded in death by her husband, Dr. Charles E. Flowers.Alice taught at Mills Lawn Elementary School from 1968 to 1973, and was principal at the school until 1975, when her family moved to Nashville, Tenn.Left to cherish her memory are her daughters, Allison Flowers Bond and Allyssa Flowers Lane; and three grandchildren, Alexandria J. Bond, Jeffrey J. Bond and John Lane III. She leaves two remaining sisters, Mary Juanita Gibbs and Barbara Ann Blackburn, both of Xenia; and many nieces and nephews, other relatives and countless friends.The Norfolk Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated conducted their Omega Omega Service on March 3 and a memorial service was held on Saturday, March 4, at Bank Street Memorial Baptist Church in Norfolk, Va. (Yellow Springs News)

Feb 3, 2017

Massive home and garden show has both flower and power

VIRGINIA BEACH Earlier this week, the Virginia Beach Convention Center looked like a backyard mess. But within days, it had morphed into extravagant displays for outdoor living. Giant decks, fire pits, fountains, baking ovens and kitchens were decorated with plants. Thousands of flowers arrived, some from warmer climes in the United States and some imported from Singapore, Australia, Chile, the Netherlands, Mexico, Israel and points in between. Putting it all together in time for the 23rd Virginia Flower and Garden Expo this weekend has been, as usual, a massive undertaking. Three 18-wheelers trucked in more than 100 varieties of flowers featuring nearly 20,000 blooms on Tuesday. Front-end loaders danced through a maze of boulders, paving blocks and plants . The drone of their engines reverberated through the convention center, mingling with the shouts of hundreds of workers puzzling everything together. The show’s theme is “What color is your garden?” but as whole trees were carted i... (Virginian-Pilot)

Jan 12, 2017

John Parker Jr. of Boonville dies Saturday

Jones and husband, Tom, of Yadkinville and Lorrie Parker Graham and husband, Bobby, of Gainesville, Ga.; John Thomas Parker III and wife, Angela, of Virginia Beach, Va.; 10 grandchildren, David Jones of Hampton, Va., Jay Jones of Christiansburg, Va., Cristina Ahart, Tabitha Daniel, and Victoria Daniel, all of Surf City, NC.,t Ashley Lovette of North Wilkesboro, Todd Graham and Sarah Graham of Gainesville, Ga., John Parker of Newnan, Ga., and Jade Parker of Charlotte; and 13 great-grandchildren.   In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis Tenn. 38105. Paid obituary ... (Wilkes Journal Patriot)