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Readers' Choice: Favorite Florist

From a dozen roses to wedding arrangements: We want to know which flower shop gets your business.

Flowers make a potent statement. Maybe it’s for a new special someone, an old flame or you just want to brighten the mood. Nothing has an emotional impact like a fresh bouquet.

There’s a natural bloom for every taste and occasion: A simple bunch of wildflowers, a dozen long-stem roses or an exotic orchid to sit on your windowsill. They accent weddings and symbolize funerals. And you can pick them up at roadside stops, grocery stores or florists.

Patch is looking to unearth readers' favorite place for flowers in town. Readers’ Choice is a new weekly feature where we ask you – our readers – to tell us your top picks.

Fresh is good. But so too is service.

Each Monday we’ll list our recommendations and on Friday we’ll tabulate all of the poll votes, comments, recent directory reviews and e-mails and crown a Reader’s Choice.

Please only vote once in the poll, because any attempt to game the results could end up in your favorite businesses being disqualified.

Our Nominees

James Cress Florists

St. James Florist and Gift Shop

Cynthia Grimley April 23, 2012 at 01:17 PM
If you asked this question a few years ago- I would have said that James Cress Florist would win - hands down! But over the years - the service and quality at James Cress has diminished. Last year, I tried to go there, yet again - and was disappointed with the Communion Boquet they made that was falling apart. I went to Kings Park Florist - and was thrilled with the results! The people are so helpful - and the quality is always amazing! Nice to find exactly what we need - IN OUR OWN TOWN! :)

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