Listings near Washington and Brookville
We are a Seattle-based floral studio and flower farm devoted to local, sustainable, and beautiful flowers. We offer wedding and event design work, a flower CSA subscription, single bouquets for special occasions, and workshops on demand!
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.
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
Campanula Design Studio specializes in custom floral design and thoughtfully curated gift baskets featuring flowers, organically grown fruit, and small batch artisan gifts. Sustainably & ethically sourced. Daily local delivery.
3456 24th Avenue West
Seattle, Washington 98199
Jello Mold Farm is a five acre, diversified cut flower farm located in Washington State. Owners Diane Szukovathy and Dennis Westphall sell their crops to florists, event planners and retailers through the Seattle Wholesale Growers Market Cooperative.
P.O. Box 1976
Mount Vernon, Washington 98273
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 a
343 Winslow Way E.
Bainbridge Island, Washington 98110
Sweet Alyssum Farm grows specialty cut flowers that nurture the creativity within our floral community, while also nurturing the earth, animals and people we touch along the way. We offer color palette buckets of blooms and custom arrangements, too!
17628 94th Ave SW
Vashon, Washington 98070
Tiare Floral is an eco-friendly Floral Design studio located in the City of Ruston, Washington. We use seasonal flowers to create beautiful compositions that are rich in color and texture. Our flowers are sourced locally whenever possible.
5219 North Shirley Street
Tacoma, Washington 98407
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