Maybe it’s her birthday, your anniversary or the coveted “just because” flowers. Finding the perfect bouquet or vase of flowers can sometimes be difficult.
These Chicago florists will help you pick out the flowers that are just right for the occasion.
Walking into Marguerite Gardens with its hardwood planks for a floor makes you feel like you’ve stepped into an cottage garden. If you’re looking for something a bit off the beaten path and adds a bit of cottage charm to her vases this spot is for you. If only to just walk through to see the spools of ribbon hung on the wall and the bud vases lined on shelves.
5059 N. Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60640
Belmont Flower Market
Looking for something unique like a bonsai tree? Or perhaps you’re looking for someone who is knowledgeable and understanding that you don’t have a green thumb and can answers your questions about plants. Belmont Flower Market isn’t a very big store but they have a big heart and they will help you find that special bouquet of flowers for that special person.
2558 N. Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60614
A New Leaf
Perhaps you’re planning an event whether it’s a wedding or a fundraiser and need great center pieces. Or you are looking to spend just a little more to get a very contemporary looking vase for a birthday or anniversary. A New Leaf offers flowers for all your needs. If you’re hosting an event they even have a modern-looking space you can rent. It’s a one stop shop for your event needs.
1645 N. Wells
312 S. Dearborn
1818 N. Wells
Walk into this shop and you’ll be greeted by all the flowers they offer sitting in glass jars and vases throughout the shop. They promise that they won’t make their flowers into strange shapes, dye them, or turn them into a sculpture. But they will create a great bouquet of flowers that are hand tied. If you’re looking for a certain color of flowers, this shop makes it easy by coordinating and displaying all the flowers by color. They also offer soaps, perfumes and creams.
1935 W North Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
Ashland Addison Florist
Ashland Addison has been in Chicago since 1932 when S. Roy Sheffield was first paid with flowers instead of cash by local flowers growers for helping cart their flowers to the market. He then would sell the flowers to people by the streetcars. The streetcars are gone now, but they are still preparing flower arrangements for all occasions. They even offer baked goods from BomBon Bakery. You can’t go wrong with flowers and cookies!
1746 W. Addison St.
Chicago, IL 60613
Rachel Azark is a writer and lives on Chicago’s northwest side. Read more of her work on her blog parksandpancakes.com.