flower store


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Noun1.flower store - a shop where flowers and ornamental plants are soldflower store - a shop where flowers and ornamental plants are sold
shop, store - a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"
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A florist in the area, Hussain Al Homeidi, a Syrian national, said his brother Ahmed launched the flower store four years ago.
During an eclipse, milquetoast flower store clerk Seymour (Will Lidke) discovers an unusual plant he names Audrey II after the woman he secretly loves.
Bradford businesses, from the flower store to the beauty salon, donated prizes for drawings.
They have even found customers in the neighboring provinces of Samangan and Kunduz," says Ahmad Mir, who has a wholesale flower store in Shahzada Market in Mazar-e-Sharif city.
MULTIFACETED: Sheikha Hend al-Qassemi edits a magazine, runs a fashion store and a flower store apart from writing.Photo by Umer Nangiana
Overall ambiance was so colourful that it appeared as a flower store; it quite clearly echoed: decoratif, decoratif and decoratif The gallery offered an interesting and, at first thought, not quite fitting combination of artists: an established painter Sarah Crowner, known for her sewn geometric abstractions and Milena Muzquiz, an emerging artist with a background in ceramics whose work I have not seen before.
Very well maintained and presented flower store right off of major thoroughfare.
SORELY MISSED BUT NOT FORGOTTEN, Sarasota's silk flower store Chasen Reed has morphed into Stylish Living by Chasen Reed, a dreamy little shop at downtown's Whole Foods Market Centre.
Tracy Crowe, from flower store Bloomin Lovely, which opened last year, said she was confident about the future of the town.
Whether calculated or serendipitous -- Dorsky lives in San Francisco, where Vertigo is set -- the flower store, like all his images of trees seen through windows, bridges the natural and human-created worlds.
Jewel Murphy, owner of Passionflower, a gift and flower store on East Broadway, said recently that downtown Eugene is now the best it's been in the 17 years that she has lived and worked there.
Neiman says handing out the checks was one of the most rewarding parts of the whole event and recounts the story of one local flower store owner who received $800 in donations.