Listings in Floral Workshops & Classes and Floral Greens near Washington
There is nothing like the beauty of fresh, local flowers. Did you know that Destiny Hill Farm grows acres of flowers and shrubs for cut flowers? Seasonal flowers are often custom grown for Weddings. Our Floral Team works intimately with its couples!
1069 S. Main St.
Washington, Pennsylvania 15301
Our designs are created using locally grown flowers whenever possible. Many of our growers use organic practices and are Certified Salmon Safe. As we support our local farmers, seasonal and available substitutes may be used in our designs.
7319 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle, Washington 98103
We are a Mother-Daughter duo and have been raising locally grown, sustainable flowers for 5 years. We pride ourselves by being both farmers and florists and only work with the best of what is in season. We proudly support locally grown flowers!
33526 W SR 14
Paterson, Washington 99345
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
Scattered seeds...a flower farm, has it’s home at the beautiful property of Pine Creek Farms and Nursery- a 20 acre family owned farm and event venue located in Monroe, Washington.
23225 Sofie Rd
Monroe, Washington 98272
At Triple Wren Farms we grow dahlia tubers, fresh cut flowers, and offer workshops at the farm in Ferndale, Washington.
2424 Zell Rd
Ferndale, Washington 98248
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
Botanique is a floral design studio in Seattle, WA. We believe that the fresher the flowers, the stronger the statement, and use as many locally-grown, seasonally-appropriate materials as possible to create our lush, romantic designs.
For the love of flowers! Flirty Fleurs is a blog + magazine, and offers a variety of floral design classes. The majority of floral design classes take place in Seattle, Washington.