A florist is an establishment primarily engaged in the preparation and delivery of fresh-cut flower arrangements.

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Alpine Floral
Floral shop serving the Greater Grand Rapids area. Includes online catalog and ordering.
Blumz by JRDesigns
Features arrangements for everyday occasions, corporate settings, special events and weddings in the greater Detroit area. Transfers orders nationally and internationally.
Crystal Springs Florist and Garden Center
Florist and gardens center providing delivery of floral arrangements, plants, and gifts.
Flowers By Sleeman
Floral shop and greenhouse offering arrangements, bouquets, and blooming and non-blooming plants, with an image gallery and delivery.
Jacobsen's Flowers
A full service floral shop offering delivery of a variety of European and locally grown flowers, blooming and non-blooming plants and creative designs.
Jon Anthony Florist
Full-service flower shop delivering classic and custom arrangements to Lansing, East Lansing, Mason and Holt and providing national order transfer services.
Keller and Stein
Florist and greenhouse featuring an extensive selection of green and blooming plants, fresh flowers, roses and arrangements.
Smith's Flowers and Gifts
Delivers classic and contemporary designs, plants, gourmet and gift baskets to Midland and surrounding communities. Includes national and international relay
Thornapple Floral
Specializes in delivery of fresh bouquets and arrangements for everyday occasions and weddings in Middleville, Caledonia, Wayland, Hastings, and Gun Lake and offers relay service nationally.
Vander Salms Flower Shop
Fresh bouquets, arrangements, blooming and green plants delivered. Includes information and images.
Viviano Flower Shop
Full service shop offering delivery of blooming and green plants, dish gardens, arrangements, gifts and gift baskets. Secure ordering and extensive floral care information.
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