Local flower shops are ready to deliver those beautiful bouquets to make Mom's day special.
Mother’s Day is on May 10, but it's never too early to start getting that perfect gift ready. And a beautiful bouquet can show appreciation and bring some happy energy to moms (and everyone else) right now. If you live in the Denver area, these 5 local flower shops will be serving up beautiful bouquets for moms everywhere.
A small urban flower farm and design studio, the folks at Rowdy Poppy donate 20 percent of all profits each week to local organizations. A sidewalk sale is held every Saturday, and "was born out of a way to stay viable as a small business and to forge a connection, celebrate life (and its milestones), and lift others up in the midst of chaos."
Plum Sage Flowers
Plum Sage Flowers is locally owned and uses locally grown and organic products to create flower arrangements for special events, weddings, and more. Plum Sage Flowers has several Mother’s Day treat deals and is taking orders now. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Operating since 1920, Lehrer's Flowers is open for delivery only, even during the pandemic. Lehrer’s has an exclusive Mother’s Day collection, as well as a Nurse Appreciation collection. All deliveries are non-contact and adhere to all CDC and local health guidelines. Phone and online orders are encouraged.
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Called one of Denver’s best-kept secrets, Diz's Daisies is taking orders for Mother’s Day now and ready to deliver throughout the metro area. Phone and email orders are being accepted.
Nick’s Garden Center
Nick’s Garden Center is Aurora’s go-to for gardening needs, fresh plants, and delicious food from the café. Nick’s is open and has a great selection of houseplants and live flowers for Mom. Social distancing measures are in place, and there are hand-washing stations placed throughout the 10-acre garden center. You can stop by and pick up a beautiful plant for your mom, or if you want to go big, get everything you need to plant Mom her own surprise flower garden.
If none of these options work for you, check out the Colorado Flower Collective to connect with local florists and flower growers across the state. You can also check your local grocery store for flowers in a pinch. Mother’s Day is huge for the flower industry, so florists are geared up and ready to get those pretty blooms delivered in time for Mom’s special day, even during a pandemic.
What other local businesses do you know about that are open and offering ways to help celebrate Mother’s Day this year? Share with us in the comments.