Listings in Studio Florists and Floral Greens near Washington
CASABLANCA FLORAL is a floral design studio servicing businesses and individuals in the greater Seattle area.Everything we do is custom-tailored for each client. Our style tends to be European in its inspiration and elegantly classic with a twist.
Seattle area florist and gardener who uses chemical free flowers whenever possible to create lush, custom florals for you. Aim is to have a just picked from the garden feel with every arrangement. Supports use of local pottery and flowers.
P.O. Box 141
Woodinville, Washington 98072
We are all about fresh, local and seasonal – not just in our foods, but also in how we approach our Flower Shops. Our goal is to create a warm welcome with an abundance of fresh, colorful and seasonal flowers to inspire your discovery and imagination
20148 10th Ave. N.E.,
Poulsbo, Washington 98370
Dahlia Fields is a floral design studio and flower farm located in Sequim, Washington. Growing over 140 varieties of heirloom flowers, Dahlia Fields creates one-of-a-kind arrangements that reflect the seasons.
Tobey Nelson Events + Design specializes in bringing the magic of lovingly designed flowers to weddings and events on Whidbey Island and in Seattle. We listen carefully to our clients to help create the event of their dreams!
5742 Bob Galbreath Rd.
Clinton, Washington 98236
We love designing florals, from sweet posies to extravagant bridal bouquets. Our style is loose and romantic, with particular attention to color and form. We are a full-service shop, from flowers-by-the-stem to large-scale events and wedding.
300 Occidental Ave S
Seattle, Washington 98104
Seattle & destination floral design. 1:1 design classes. Seattle Bride’s 2017, 2018, & 2019 Best Floral Designer. Did flowers for Beyonce once.
RHR Horticulture encompasses the horticultural and floral design work of Riz Reyes. Based in Seattle, WA, Riz also volunteers with the University of Washington (UW) Farm growing seasonal, organic cut flowers.
PO Box 77086
Seattle, Washington 98177
Called the "Mother of the Slow Flowers Movement," Debra Prinzing is the leading advocate for American Grown flowers and the people who grow and design with them. She hosts the weekly "Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing," free on Itunes.
P.O. Box 81152
Seattle, Washington 98102