February 4, 2019
We’re getting really excited as it is our favorite time of the year! We’ve been busily prepping for the big day for what seems like weeks and weeks. Our Valentine’s arrangements are now ready on our website sammysflowers.com so you can go ahead and place your order online. Or if you prefer, visit either location and our team will help guide you to the absolute perfect Valentine’s gift. And don’t forget, of course, we deliver!
Yay, It’s time to spread the LOVE!!! 💕
December 2, 2018
November 18, 2018
The Thanksgiving holiday is this Thursday and we're really enjoying creating florals with the rich color palettes of fall. Deep burgundy, vibrant orange, peach and warm tones brighten both tables and grey skies. This arrangement contains Juliette garden roses, pin cushions, scabiosa, nandina and andromeda. Stop by either Sammy’s Flowers locations, order online at sammysflowers.com, or give us a call to order your own custom Thanksgiving centerpiece.
September 12, 2018
While technically still summer, it’s beginning to feel like fall in Portland. The sugar maples are changing colors and the brisk fall air has finally broken the long heatwave that we were having. Luckily, we are still enjoying both a summer and fall favorite - dahlias. If you love dahlias as much as we do, now is the time to make some your own, before they disappear like the summer sun.
July 10, 2018
April 22, 2018
The sun has finally returned to Portland making for happy flowers and florists. Our stores are bursting with spring beauties that are ready to brighten your day. Stop by either location to see all the special tulips, ranunculus, narcissus, garden roses and other seasonal stunners. And coming soon: peonies!
March 2, 2018
Local and in-season ranunculus are a late winter/early spring favorite. A terrific cut flower, ranunculus have a high petal count, and offer a long vase life. Shown here are both solid and variegated varieties. Ranunculus are available in many tints and shades of white, pink, yellow, orange, and reds. Imported varieties extend availability, coming from Japan, Italy, Holland, and Chile.