Whether it's adding a pop of botanical color to your living room or finding a gracious hostess gift, we've narrowed down Tel Aviv's most charming flower shops - offering blossoms, plants and a whole lot of floral therapy. But if all this retail greenery is still not enough, you can always head to the best gardens and parks in Israel or even check out Park HaYarkon's little known and unexpected rock sculpture and cactus garden.
Where to buy your next bouquet
Owners Chen Atar and Michal Roland opened this quaint pots and plants shop on Frishman Street with a vision to bring nature to the city, and the intention of bringing greenery into the home. The store is a place for various artists and designers to geek out on their creative ideas through botany. The store is designed with a clean and minimalist aesthetic, and shoppers will also find books, charming framed illustrations, lighting fixtures, funnels, gardening tools and more, all from the world of plants.
Hella flowers by Hella and Shuki Mizrahi is a neighborhood florist located in Basel Square with a second branch in Tel Baruch North. On top of the welcoming feel, this is one of the top flower shops in the city, offering a daily turnover of flowers from the most talented horticulturists around the country. The selection is excellent and along with the owners’ pristine taste, the bouquets, customer service and ambience are all on point.
For years, Pinkas Street has been home to Nelly’s flower shop, who began selling flowers grown from her very own garden. Since then, with a team of cheerful women tending to each and every bud, Nelly has been managing an amazing flower empire. This is the place to find fresh, unique flowers for every occasion.
Flowers are always captivating, but when it comes to Shoshan Dagan, her stunning flower shop draws people in with its botanical world of curiosities. Shoshan, an ergonomic garden designer by trade, opened this urban gardening shop where she houses the very best that flora and fauna have to offer. Find freshly-picked flower crowns, botanical jewelry, garden design and even stylish equipment for anyone who dreams of creating a blooming vegetable garden on their balcony.
After you’ve finished your Friday shopping and had brunch at the Sarona Market, it’s well worth it to pass through the flower shop at the end of the market. Find a stellar selection including air plants, succulents, and even carnivorous plants if you’re really looking for something exceptional.