Philadelphia Florist
Your local Philadelphia PA flower shop

Your local Philadelphia flower shop

Serving Philadelphia for 3 generations

Proud member of the Philly community

Expertly hand-arranged flowers

Flowers starting at $34.99

Flowers, chocolates, gift baskets, and more

Sympathy flowers for the funeral service

Save $5 in our online store

Order securely online 24/7

Local and family-owned

Same-day delivery to Philly and the suburbs

Visit our store on Walnut Street

Call us at 215-985-2374

Plaza Flowers' official store at 703 Walnut Street, Philadelphia PA 19106

A Locally-Owned Florist Proudly Serving Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia Florist in Philadelphia is a premier florist serving all of Philadelphia, PA and the suburbs. Our expertly-designed floral arrangements, dazzling flower bouquets, luscious chocolates, and more are bound to impress, whether it's a wedding, corporate event, or anything else.

Plaza Flowers' own delivery trucks, delivering daily to Philadelphia.

Philadelphia Florist: A Family-Owned Florist For 3 Generations

Philadelphia Florist is a family-owned florist conveniently located in Philadelphia, PA 19106. View and buy from a vast selection of flowers in our store at 703 Walnut Street (get directions), or order securely online with the knowledge that your gifts will reach your loved ones quickly and safely.

Philadelphia Florist is a family-owned florist serving Philadelphia PA for 3 generations.

Same-day shipping, ship anywhere in the US

Philadelphia Florist offers same-day shipping to Philadelphia PA and the suburbs. Because we are proud members of the Teleflora florists' network, we can ship our hand-arranged flowers, chocolates, gift baskets, and more anywhere in the world.


Philadelphia News - Philadelphia Inquirer

  • NFL anthem policy attempts to end protests, but controversy surrounding them lives on
  • Jake Arrieta pitches Phillies to 'big' win against Braves in series finale
  • Lawyer for Sean Kratz, accused with Cosmo DiNardo of murders on Bucks County farm, says he will investigate release of incriminating tapes
  • Michael Cohen's business partner pleads guilty in criminal investigation involving Philadelphia
  • Former Imhotep football star Isheem Young to admit to robbery in juvenile court
  • Auditor general blasts Aspira and Pa. charter-school law
  • Franklin & Marshall taps Bucknell provost as new president
  • Ex-Phillies star Lenny Dykstra arrested, accused of threatening to kill Uber driver
  • Starbucks offers preview of racial-bias training to address Philadelphia arrests of black men
  • City Council tweaks mayor's tax proposal, voices need for greater property-tax relief
  • Lactation suites sought by Philly moms' petition drive coming to Amtrak stations
  • In N. Broad reversal, Pennsylvania Ballet will demolish historic building
  • Penn's changes to Fels Institute worry alumni
  • Comcast could spend $90B in cash to compete with Disney and Netflix
  • Now's the time to address Pennsylvania's terrible voter-turnout rate | John Baer
  • Gwynedd Valley's Kevin Babington seeking 3rd grand prix title at Devon Horse Show
  • When Black Men Pray, people stop, look, and listen | Jenice Armstrong
  • At 81, orthopedics pioneer Richard Rothman gives up surgery - but will never stop working
  • Shareholders vote in new (female) CEO at Destination Maternity: Marla Ryan
  • A Kensington block captain's house is firebombed, but she's staying ​| Mike Newall

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Philadelphia Sports - Philadelphia Inquirer

  • NFL anthem policy attempts to end protests, but controversy surrounding them lives on
  • Jake Arrieta pitches Phillies to 'big' win against Braves in series finale
  • Phillies minor league roundup: Mickey Moniak struggles continue in Lakewood loss
  • Photos from the Phillies' 4-0 win over the Braves
  • Hector Neris' slide from Phillies closer role began with overuse of his slider
  • Norristown football hires Joseph 'Rach' Milligan as new head coach
  • Wednesday's Pa. roundup: Conestoga baseball shocks top-seeded North Penn
  • Josh Sargent could be the U.S. men's national team's next great striker
  • Jake Kelchner hits homer, triple as Archbishop Carroll beats Cardinal O'Hara in Catholic League semifinals
  • Phantoms on brink of elimination after 5-0 loss to Toronto

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Philadelphia Politics - Philadelphia Inquirer

  • Seething over Russia probe, Trump tears into 'spygate'
  • Trump launches probe into auto imports, possible tariffs
  • Michael Cohen's business partner pleads guilty in criminal investigation involving Philadelphia
  • Trump officials weigh 25 percent tax on imported cars in a bid to force concessions in NAFTA trade talks
  • City Council tweaks mayor's tax proposal, voices need for greater property-tax relief
  • Now's the time to address Pennsylvania's terrible voter-turnout rate | John Baer
  • Lawmakers call for a restart to Pa.'s school-construction program
  • Will Trump's deal-making backfire and embroil U.S. in new wars? | Trudy Rubin
  • 'He forgot where he came from': Is support for Mayor Kenney fading in his old South Philly neighborhood?
  • Reaction to the NFL's new rule on national anthem protests: 'A collective will to quash sideline protests'

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