Shop Springtime Florals at Blooming Blossoms


If you’re craving color in the dead of winter, there’s nothing quite like surrounding yourself with reminders of spring in the form of beautiful flowers. For over 20 years, floral designer Pam Maddox has been outfitting her business Blooming Blossoms with hand-picked plants and posies. Maddox has had a longtime love of all things green combined with an entrepreneurial spirit, which she traces back to third-grade science class when she learned how to propagate spider plants and was soon selling them at her mom’s yard sales. However, this spot is no garden variety florist’s storefront – the space doubles as an enchanting boutique adorned with nature-inspired gifts, greeting cards, home accents, and ready-to-take bouquets. Open seven days a week, find handmade items like hanging terrariums crafted by Lauren Clark, where little faux birds and bits and bobs nest in glass ornaments. Says Maddox, “We love all things mini with a nod to fairies here at the shop.” Looking ahead to the upcoming season, the busy florist says, “Pansies and violas are welcome bursts of color after the winter months. Look out for hellebore, sweet pea, daffodils, and tulips. We love spring blooms.” 780 Hope Street, Providence

  1. Candles
  2. Succulent in silver pot (sold separately)
  3. Orchid
  4. Green vase
  5. Greeting card





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