There's nothing like a gorgeous bouquet of freshly cut flowers from Pike's Place Market. Rows and rows of options, expertly packed and ready to be presented to mamas, Grandma, Aunties, and beyond!
If you're searching for an adventure this weekend, might you consider taking a drive over to Seattle? This weekend is the Flower Festival at Pike's Place Market! Over 40 vendors will be featured!
Rain or shine  40+ flower farmers will be set up along Pike Place Saturday & Sunday for our 14th annual Flower Festival. Join us on Saturday for a fun pre-Mother’s Day celebration with live music, a scavenger hunt, a special shopping offer, temporary Mom tattoos and more!!
There are so many options and so many reasons to do something different this year! Maybe you have the time to go and others can't. Take orders, grab a friend and load the car up with incredibly bright and delicious-smelling flowers grown across Washington State!
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