For plant people, orchids are notorious for being difficult. Like a moody teenager, orchids need a lot of time, care and love from those around them. So if you’re looking to get started with one of these beautiful and delicate flowers, we’ve got seven shops where you can find them in Birmingham.
In iconic Old Town Helena, The Petal Cart is a staple business. Opened by Lee Lee Gaisert and her daughter Kayla Ellis, the flower and gift shop features lovely arrangements, excellent service and a heartwarming story.
Nothing brightens a space like fresh flowers, and there are plenty of local spots to find fall florals in Birmingham. Here are five places to purchase an Autumnal arrangement including bouquets, wreaths, centerpieces and more.
Today, more than 30 local florists from Birmingham and the surrounding area came together to create a floral memorial in front of the Rotary Trail sign. Keep reading for a little inspiration, and make sure to stop by this weekend to see it for yourself.
Starting April 29, Magic City Flower Market brings locally grown flowers to Birmingham. It’s at Rosegolden Flowers in Avondale (right across the street from The Abbey Coffee Shop). Mondays during growing season, it’s open from 10AM-1PM.
Do you have spring fever? Bham Now certainly does. Check out some local plant life snaps we found on Instagram. We are curious about all things Birmingham. Do you know any of these green thumbs or garden centers?