florist's

florist's

(ˈflɒrɪsts) or

florist's shop

n
(Commerce) Brit a shop where flowers and house plants are sold
Translations

florist's

[ˈflɒrɪsts] florist`s shop nmagasin m de fleurs
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He turned into his florist's to send her the daily box of lilies-of-the-valley which, to his confusion, he found he had forgotten that morning.
He caught a breath of lilac scent from a closed florist's shop.
Here passing a florist's shop he saw some bulbs which he knew his uncle wanted.
The truant passenger dodged a hansom and then floated past, like a leaf on a stream between a furniture van and a florist's delivery wagon.
On his way, happening to pass by a florist's, he bought a fresh bouquet of flowers.
With this idea he hastened to the florist's and purchased a bouquet that was still gemmed with the morning dew-drops.
Eliza: you are to live here for the next six months, learning how to speak beautifully, like a lady in a florist's shop.
Couples, wedding planners and coordinators, and their guests are invited to attend the event, where they can sample food from Belle at The Jones House and Confectionate Cakes, enjoy a glass of wine, listen to music sponsored by Spin DJ Entertainment, meet other vendors and tour Cary Florist's event showroom.
The platform, which is based in California but was recently in Salt Lake City to recruit local florists, is integrated with Yelp and Facebook and through each florist's website, allowing the customer to order from wherever they originally find the florist.
I can say that sometimes the area or location of the shop doesn't play a big role in this business as the clients mostly use your services not because it's a convenient place to shop, but because they are pleased with the florist's work," says Mihhaleva.
So take 60 percent from the $75, which means the florist's cost of labor and flowers is $45.
The former Ash Green School pupil says competing at the show is the pinnacle of any florist's career.