Noun(1) someone who grows and deals in flowers(2) a shop where flowers and ornamental plants are sold
(1) If you don't have many flowers in your garden, use ones from a florist 's shop or market.(2) He made a stop in Town at a florist and sent flowers and cards to Lady Benthorne, Lady Vannington, and Miss Howitt.(3) Over the decades, when the Clifford Street florist provided flowers for a wedding, they asked for a photo of the big day to go on display in the shop.(4) When he got back into town he would stop at the first florist and pick up flowers.(5) I chose a cushion of yellow flowers from the florist 's rather morbid catalogue, and wrote a card for it.(6) A couple of years ago I walked past a florist selling bunches of native bluebells.(7) She had returned to live with her mother and had got a job as a florist in Leeds Market.(8) I passionately believe that floristry is art for everyone.(9) But where else can you find art galleries, wonderful clothes, antiques, home design, exquisite floristry and all with free parking?(10) In the Cours Saleya markets, those florists who toil by night to create the float of the year spend their days vying for trade over the rest of their blooms.(11) He told her she'd have to throw out the seven arrangements she had produced that morning if she wanted to avoid a $250 citation for practicing floristry without a license.(12) Note that in North America, it is normal practice for florists to deliver flowers in a container such as a vase or basket.(13) The tie-up we have established with various florists across the country has helped us supply flowers even at Mumbai and Delhi.(14) In the western world these plants are well known as a source of garden flowers and florists ' blooms.(15) It offers specialist courses in agriculture, animal management, equine, horticulture, garden design, floristry and wildlife, game and conservation management.(16) The couple, who are retired florists and market gardeners, use the greenhouse to grow plants for an annual garden party to raise money for a donkey sanctuary in Devon.
1. gardener ::
2. florist ::
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How about doing deliveries
for a FLORIST?
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 14
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