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Best flower shop: Uncle George's Flowers

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4393 Best flower shop: Uncle George's Flowers

In Victorian times, flowers — each assigned a different meaning — were used to send messages of love, friendship and gratitude, among other things. Daffodils for chivalry. Daisies as a sign of innocence. Red roses represented unity. Today, with so many choices of flowers, many people assign their own personal meeting.

With wisps of pink, splashes of yellow, tendrils of green and every color in between, at Uncle George’s Flowers, florists can help anyone send the right message with a fresh, custom arrangement.

Uncle George’s Flowers creates floral arrangements with a personal touch for special occasions. With hand-tied bouquets and arrangements for every event, from sprawling sprays to perfectly wrapped single stems, Uncle George’s is a local floral shop with a world of influence.

Trained in Wulzburg, Germany, owner Ute Beede is a certified European floral designer with almost 20 years of experience.

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