From red roses to Birds of Paradise, Galveston’s locally owned floral shops create one-of-a-kind arrangements with blooms from around the world.
Whether you want a pretty bouquet for your home or to send one as a gift, you can easily shop online and have your order delivered. The florists near our apartments in Galveston include:
Knapp Flower Shop
At Knapp Flower Shop, the florists boast that they “never put a stem in the vase without considering the reason for the order.” A local fixture since 1926, the shop receives fresh flowers and plants daily. Their arrangements feature unique materials and the latest design trends. For something different, order the Beach Bum bouquet. A perfect centerpiece, it features roses and poms accented by Billy Balls and baby eucalyptus.
J. Maisel’s Mainland Floral
Established in 1935, J. Maisel’s is known for its memorable designs and unparalleled service. It has been named “Best Florist and Gift Shop” thirteen times by The Daily News. The owner is a Texas Master Florist with over 50 years of experience, and the arrangements enhance every occasion. For a gift, try Rainbow of Blooms. It features pink alstroemeria, yellow roses, and hot pink miniature carnations in a ginger vase.
The Galveston Flower Company
Last, but certainly not least, the Galveston Flower Company features flowers and gifts for any budget. The talented designers offer unique arrangements. They’ll listen to your design ideas and also provide dish gardens and blooming plants. For an elegant bouquet, order Pale Pastel Blooms. Arranged in a purple frosted glass vase, it comes complete with purple liatris, peach gerbera daisies, and pink hydrangeas, among other flowers.
After your delivery from one of Galveston’s locally owned floral shops arrives, enjoy a historical walking ghost tour. Offered year-round, you’ll learn about legends and so much more.
If you would like to call Club of the Isle home, please contact our leasing consultants. They’ll offer a private showing so you can see our Galveston apartments firsthand.Back to all posts