Town & Country Central Market Poulsbo Flower Shop


We’re all about fresh and seasonal – not just in food, but in how we approach our Flower Shops. Our goal is to create a warm welcome with an abundance of fresh, colorful and seasonal flowers, with knowledgeable staff there to connect with customers through flowers in their simplest form. Why? To inspire discovery and imagination.

We believe that flowers add color and beauty to life, so we offer value everyday through a variety of choices in bouquets, arrangements and single-stem flowers. Customers can create their own bouquets, co-create with us, or just grab what they need and go.

We partner with the Seattle Wholesale Growers Market, where we visit frequently from spring through fall when local flowers are in season. We personally select these Northwest-grown beauties to bring into our Markets. The Market, housed in the original Rainier Beer building in south Seattle, is a coop for dozens of Northwest flower growers.

And while our focus is on flowers, we  also are committed to bringing  in those short-time-only items that are seasonally relevant, like herb starts, flowering plants, vegetable starts and holiday selections. Our herbs and vegetable starts are sustainably grown by Cascade Cuts in Bellingham.

We go all out for the holidays, from creating custom bouquets and centerpieces to filling our store with poinsettias from our longtime growing partner DeGoede Brothers in Sumner. They also provide us with our primroses, cut tulips and hanging baskets.

Please visit our other Western Washington locations -- each has a fantastic Floral Department serving its neighbors and customers:

>Central Market Shoreline Flower Shop (Shoreline, WA)

>Central Market Mill Creek Flower Shop (Mill Creek, WA)

>Ballard Market Flower Shop (Seattle, WA)

>Bainbridge Market Flower Shop (Bainbridge Island, WA)

>T&C Market Flower Shop, Lakemont (Bellevue, WA)


20148 10th Ave. N.E.,
Poulsbo, Washington 98370
United States

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Flower Shop is open 7 days per week Sunday - Saturday 7am to 7pm

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