— Edgewood


Pop’s Flowers


This small family farm grows seasonal cut flowers for local delivery (within 7 miles), bouquet subscriptions, wedding arrangements and operates a seasonal farmstead during the growing season. They are big time advocates for the consumption of local flowers. 

— Seattle


Casablanca Floral


Artful and elegant floral design featuring seasonal and locally-sourced flowers for delivery, subscriptions, wedding and events.




Floral design studio whose owners take their cues from nature quite literally; shopping fresh flowers daily via wholesalers, local farmers and their own evolving cutting garden for their arrangements and bespoke wedding design.

July Floral


With eye catching combinations and a love for clean lines and gesture, bouqs,  arrangements and installations feature blooms sourced from the studio’s own growing garden, greenhouse and trusted local growers.

Terra Bella


One of the first florists in the US to use sustainable and organic practices, owner Melissa Feveyear is a champion of the local flower movement and founding member of the Seattle Wholesale Growers Market; her story is profiled in Debra Prinzing’s “The 50 Mile Bouquet.” She describes her floral design style as wild yet architecturally sound.

— South Camano Island


Three Brothers Blooms


Small family farm in the PNW growing the most extraordinary flowers from seed, from March through October, for local pickup with limited delivery available. 

— Bud In

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