Best flower shops in Miami
What is it? This local delivery service specializes in custom arrangements and gift boxes, featuring mini bouquets paired with organic chocolate, small-batch wines and other delicious finds.
Why go? Owner Melanie Fernandez sources the best of what’s in season, including funky buds you won’t find at most florists like quicksand roses and colorful dahlias. Order before noon and get yours delivered on the same day.
What is it? Robert Yankowski’s shop window display is an eye-catching assortment of avant-garde arrangements and experimental designs. Early on Saturday mornings, the West Grove store is filled with beautiful centerpieces and other special-event blooms.
Why go? There’s more than one way to present a flower and Yankowski has tried them all. Go to him when a traditional bouquet just won’t cut it.
What is it? More artist studio than a flower shop, Plant the Future presents greenery as exquisite works.
Why go? From a hip, glass terrarium and a trendy potted unicorn to a life-size animal sculpture filled with all different types of blooms, Plant the Future is the place to go for arrangements that make a statement.
What is it? Get yourself a coffee, a cupcake and a truly special floral arrangement at this neighborhood flower shop in Coconut Grove, which also features a small cafe.
Why go? Need something quickly? Owner Pearl Meyer and her team will whip up a custom bouquet in a flash. Local deliveries are also available. Great customer service is Meyer’s thing—name your price, give her the backstory (wedding, proposal, birthday) and let her work her magic. You won’t be disappointed.
What is it? A special event company that helps make every occasion verdant and festive.
Why go? If you don’t have the budget to hire these flower wizards—their work has adorned film events and designer parties—you can treat yourself to one of the adorable bouquets on sale in the flower cart out front.
What is it? One of Miami’s longest-running stores, the fourth-generation, family-owned Trias got its start in Cuba in 1912.
Why go? With an expansive shop off busy Bird Road, Trias is equipped to handle drop-ins and last-minute requests. There’s always an assortment of ready-made arrangements available to pick and go, plus delivery is available seven days a week.
What is it? Its name says it all: the Downtown flower shop creates wedding arrangements, decorates matrimonial arches and chuppah and more.
Why go? Service is speedy and friendly, plus same-day delivery within the hour is available for area businesses.
What is it? Easily recognized by its iconic black-and-white awning, the Alton Road shop is known for creating unique but spendy arrangements. There’s a cooler out front for quick bouquet service.
Why go? Remember that lavish wedding you attended in South Beach? The couple probably got their flowers from this place. Call on Pistils & Petals for one-of-a-kind designs that people will talk about long after they’ve left your party.
What is it? This long-standing flower shop in the heart of Miami’s business district offers free delivery to Downtown customers.
Why go? Forgot a birthday? Need to send a custom bouquet in a pinch? Downtown Flowers provides excellent customer service, taking phone orders from far and wide and hand-delivering arrangements in a timely fashion.
What is it? This Bird Road flower shop built its reputation on creating eccentric arrangements in a kaleidoscope of colors.
Why go? Avant Gardens dares to go where few florists do, focusing mostly on exotic blooms and unconventional designs. Go to them for grand gestures and bold proclamations.
What is it? An expansive outdoor shop that houses a gorgeously diverse selection of greenery.
Why go? While you find mostly plants and succulents at the Midtown Garden Center, the shop sells potted orchids and has a small flower stand where you can get help DIY-ing a thoughtful bouquet.
What is it? Based in Downtown and Manhattan, Luxury Diamond Flower delivers expensive “eternity” roses in Miami and New York City.
Why go? Get dreamy arrangements like the ones you see all over the Kardashians’ Instagrams customized for any special occasion. Designs are upwards of $500 but these preserved roses will stay looking pretty for a whole year.