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  • 1818 E Madison St, Seattle • Capitol Hill
    Shauna Swerland Youssefnia - they do beautiful arrangements
    Omar Shahine - They do some really special work and offer a very personal touch.
    Dan Barrett - Amazing floral arrangements!
    recommended by Matthew Berk, Genessa
  • 607 Stewart St, Seattle • Belltown
    Keith Funai - They created a couple of arrangements for our opening party and they were amazing!
    Robin Warren - Gorgeous
    Heather Redman - They've been great. Super flexible with delivery a monthly arrangement for our elevator lobby and splitting the bill between 4 households. Also a great place to get pots for indoor plants (and plants themselves of course).
    recommended by Tony Oteromarrero
  • 600 2nd Ave, Seattle • Pioneer Square
    Liz Pearce - The folks at Seattle Florists went to great lengths to make a delivery even in a hard-to-access building, and were super friendly in the process. The flowers were gorgeous, too!
    John Magliery - Great service.
    recommended by Adriane
  • 300 Occidental Ave S, Seattle • Pioneer Square
    Yaprak DeCarmine - Surprised my best bud with flowers for her birthday from here. They have a few already-made bouquets or you can work with the florist to come up with a custom arrangement. While they're a bit pricey, the flower selection is unique and has more of a variety than other places.
    Kim Rachmeler - Did a bouquet for me that looked like a Renaissance still life -- gorgeous!
  • 1766 NW Market St, Seattle • Ballard
    Steve Banfield - Rose are red and really pretty from this shop!
    Ryan Burt - Old school Seattle florist - great service, and convenient new location in Crown Hill!
  • 665 S Orcas St, Seattle • Georgetown
    Sherri Monte - This should be number ONE!

    As interior designers at Elegant Simplicity, we have used Seattle Wholesale Growers Market to find that unique piece that peeks ones curiosity.

    They always have something to help bring the outdoors in!
    Amy Pennington - Beautiful, in-season blooms from local growers. Come here to source unique flowers that actually smell amazing! No massed produced blooms here. Open to the public every Friday!
  • 7. Buckets
    Seattle • Georgetown
    Jessica Bryant - I've ordered flowers from Michael several times and always received compliments on his work. Just tell him what you like and your budget and he'll come up with something beautiful. Reasonable prices and he delivers all over Seattle.
    Vanessa - Michael is a true flower artist! His bouquets are creative and unique! And he is extremely nice to work with too!
  • 2600 California Ave SW, Seattle • West Seattle
    recommended by Michael Mattmiller
  • 1911 E Aloha St, Seattle • Capitol Hill
    Liz Pearce - Gorgeous, unique arrangements.
  • 1126 N 84th St, Seattle • Fremont
    Sustainable
    recommended by Bill Carr

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Lawrence Lerner
10 months ago • Queen Anne
Not exactly a professional but... Where are you buying holiday wreaths this year? What's fresh and ethically sourced?
6 replies
8 months ago
Lawrence Lerner @Lizprc City People was the overwhelming suggestion from people off-list. Thank you!
Shannon Garbaccio I am a volunteer photographer for Soulumination and they are having their annual wreath sale as we speak. They provide professional photo shoots to families who have gravely ill children. It is an amazing organization. They collect all their greens from volunteers who bring in things from their yards etc. Then, volunteer artists go to work and create incredibly unique and beautiful wreaths. All sizes and price points. 100% of the proceeds go toward continuing to fund their mission. I got mine and it is stunning. You can find the details at soulumination.org
Kristy Royce I did a study way back in grad school on the carbon benefits/drawbacks of different types of Christmas trees. I would put wreaths in the same category as Christmas trees, as long as they come from farms. The biggest winner for Christmas trees are the ones that can be planted again, but cut trees came out ahead of fake ones because of the carbon benefit of growing the trees for several years that would not happen if people did not buy Christmas trees. If you have a fake tree, or wreath, then get a good one that will last as long as possible. So, long answer is as long as the wreaths come from a sustainable tree farm, they should be fine.
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