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THE ENGLISH GARDEN FLORIST (RALEIGH)
Sector: Gifts
Country: US
State: North Carolina
Address: 6308 Angus Drive Ste A, NC 27617, Raleigh, North Carolina, US (View Map)
Phone: (919) 341-6650 / 888-632-5975

Description

At The English Garden Florist of Raleigh, flowers are more than a business; they are a way of life. As third generation florists, founders Warren English and Cydney Davis-English had the wonderful experience of literally growing up in the business-their mothers both kept playpens in the design room. More than sixty years ago, their grandmothers, Warren`s "Nanny" in Wilmington, NC, and Cydney`s "Granny B" in Roseboro, NC, opened florists when they were left as single mothers (one divorced, one widowed) with young families to rear on their own. Their parents each continued their family`s floral tradition. Warren's mother, Sarah, owned and operated an award-winning florist in Wilmington, NC, until her retirement in the mid-1990s. After Cydney`s grandmother`s retirement, her father, Richard, opened his first florist and together with her mom, Sidney, they have been among the state`s most successful and respected shop owners for over forty years. The English Garden is a locally owned and operated full-service florist and gift store serving the Raleigh/Durham Triangle and its surrounding communities, including Cary, Morrisville, RTP and Chapel Hill. They appreciate the opportunity to assist you with your floral and gift needs. Visit our Wedding Flowers website for more information about our Wedding and Event services. We are closed on Sundays. To help assure on-time delivery during the busy holiday season, place your order at least 1 day prior to the following major holidays: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day, Valentine's Day, Easter, Administrative Professionals Week, Mother's Day, Memorial Day, Father's Day, Independence Day and Labor Day. Our shop will always be closed on the following holidays: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year`s Day, Easter, Mother`s Day, Memorial Day, Father`s Day, Independence Day and Labor Day.

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