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Mother’s Day or Everyday Flowers

Any day is a great day to receive or give fresh flowers. However, Mother’s Day is fast approaching and flowers for mom (be it birth mom, cat mom, friend mom, grandmom) are a welcome Hallmark tradition. 

Instead of searching on-line, go local. 

A few places offering beautiful bouquets and plants for the holiday or the everyday are:

St Johns Flower Market in Historic Riverside Avondale

Charming family owned spot with an impressive array of pick your own stems as well as gorgeous premade bouquets. Check their website or instagram for a possible outdoor market for the Mother’s Day holiday. 

Liz Stewart Designs  – Jacksonville Beach
Custom elegant and fun designs with private classes coming in June. Such a popular choice at the beach orders for mother’s day have to be in by Tuesday, April 25. Liz Stewart Designs also offers weekly or monthly subscription gift options. 

Liz Stewart Designs

Spruce – Jacksonville Beach
Formally at St Johns Town Center and now at the beach this shop has an array of pretty plants, candles and other delightful gift items. Spruce also holds workshops and special events if quality time together is on the wish list. 

Faliahom – San Marco
Another great spot to pick up a potted plant is in Faliahom new digs. Their selection of greenery  ranges from large fiddle leaf plants to sweet little cacti. In the store you will also find other presents wonderful to get or give. 

More options around town are:

Anita’s Garden Shop- Avondale –
Got Flowers – San Marco-
The Candle Garden – Atlantic Beach –

About the Author

Willow Logue is a long-time resident of Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. Originally from the northeast, she moved south with her family in 2000 and has gradually fallen for the charms of living in a beach community. Before starting a career in real estate, Willow was a serial wanderer. She worked in a variety of fields: fashion, comedy, journalism, design, sports, and non-profits. As a realtor, all her past passions have come together. Real estate gives her the opportunity to learn about each client, continue her education on the history of Northeast Florida, and most importantly, find ways to support local charities doing a world of good.

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