William's Wildflowers Florida


William’s Wildflowers is a studio florist specializing in sustainably and locally grown, eco-friendly floral arrangements featuring native plants and wildflowers for events of all sizes and types – weddings, corporate events, anniversaries, birthdays, graduations, business and art openings, memorials or whatever you are celebrating. We are proud to be a part of the nationally growing Slowe flowers movement. We create custom and artistically designed floral arrangements directly inspired by the seasons and the local environment.

We also offer “growing bowls” of Florida plants that we can lend to you for your event. If you choose, you can plant them in your garden afterwards.



Your bouquets and arrangements will feature Florida native plants which showcase the Real Florida. Early explorers called Florida the "Land of Flowers." We also work with Florida-friendly and edible plants to offer you colorful and fragrant flowers that are all fresh-cut and locally grown. 



As a native plant nursery with butterfly, herb and edible gardens, we grow organically without pesticides. We harvest only a few stems of off each plant we grow while the plants live on providing habitat and a food source for hummingbirds, songbirds, butterflies, honeybees and other wildlife. We do not import our flowers from around the world, we conserve water and nutrient run off, and we reuse and recycle keeping our carbon footprint to a minimum. The nursery is a proud Sarasota Green Business and Bee-friendly Farm.



Each arrangement is memorable with a unique palette of locally grown flowers designed by a floral artist and features Florida native wildflowers.



We will work within your budget. Price inquiries welcome, please contact us. 

 May your love be as wild as your flowers.

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730 Myakka Road
Sarasota, Florida 34240
United States

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Thursday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Friday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Saturday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Sunday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm


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jean blackburn

May 2014

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