Dutch Floral Garden in Belvedere Square is unlike other florists in town. For one, all the designers have apprenticed in Europe and create with a sophisticated aesthetic that’s different from other local floral arrangers. Secondly, Dutch Floral Garden sells home accessories like topiaries, vases, cachepots, votives, and more to decorate the home both inside and out. Lastly, an unrivaled eye for color, texture and detail make the designs at DFG stand out.
One of the best items at Dutch Floral Garden is the selection of ready made bouquets, perfect for when you don’t have time to make an arrangement yourself. They are always on display, ready to grab and go, and they are gorgeous! (They can be found in the refrigerated section.)
So much about successful flower arranging is about mixing the right textures and colors. Here the designers use bold colors in fresh, modern ways for a pleasing effect.
Love the way the hasta leaves wrap around the container to create a stunning, modern look.
The designs are never stodgy, mixing classic elements with modern design. Tailored boxwood topiaries, like the ones below, look simple and elegant in a fleur-de-lis container.
They sell annuals and perennials, too! Ask one of the staff to put together a container for you.
From classic to eclectic, Dutch Floral Garden carries a wide selection of vases.
A backyard necessity: the tranquil fountain. DFG has a nice selection, including shell, birds, and frogs.
The 3-D wall art featuring a variety of favorite animals make the perfect gift for a baby shower.
Recently, the store has started selling gifts like this handcrafted salad bowl made from the wood of the mango tree.
DFG offers online ordering, where you can customize your own designs at www.dutchfloralgarden.com.
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