florist


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Synonyms for florist

someone who grows and deals in flowers

a shop where flowers and ornamental plants are sold

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If additional help is needed, Cary Florist offers an educational series on various topics on how to arrange flowers - whether for a bridal shower, wedding, and baby shower or just to display in your home.
The florist can take pictures of their own pieces--or they can use a professional photographer from BloomNation--and put them up on the site, along with the price for the piece, delivery, and possible delivery dates.
TWO master florists will fly the flag for Coventry at the country's most famous flower show.
Charlotte Cooke from Abergavenny, a senior wedding florist at her family's business Hilary's Floral Design in the market town, began her career in 2006 at the age of 19.
Katherine's Florists is the oldest florist in the region and began with one shop and one assistant in Newcastle's Grainger Market, which grew rapidly over the years to five branches and over 50 staff.
BloomNet's Vase Expressions(TM) program has been developed exclusively for BloomNet Professional Florists, enabling them to set themselves apart and grow their sales by providing customers with a uniquely imaginative gift idea.
Using their creative skills together with their knowledge of plants and flowers, a florist will make bouquets according to the brief given by their client.
A BIRMINGHAM florist is celebrating after her eye-catching creation impressed judges at the Chelsea Flower Show.
A FLORIST on Westoe Road, South Shields, has just been reduced for a quick sale.
As a florist you would assist customers to choose suitable flowers and plants for the particular occasion they require, make up bouquets and arrangements based on your own ideas, design books and your customers' requirements, prepare and wire flowers for formal displays, advise customers on how to look after the plants they buy and set up displays, for example at conference or exhibitions.
SKILLS AND INTERESTS To be a florist you should: Be creative and artistic, able to grasp the principles of colour, shape, design and display.
However, a good florist will be able to talk you through them, helping decide the best shape of bouquet to suit your dress and figure as well as discussing the flowers that will be in season and the colours that will tie in with the rest of your wedding theme.
Natalja Mihhaleva has been working as a florist for eight years now, and besides being a florist she runs her own business.
A HUDDERSFIELD florist is bloomin' proud after receiving a top industry accolade.
Too bad none of these three actually exist in Eugene, are an actual florist or know anything about flowers.