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Les Fleurs, Andover
Philosophy: Les Fleurs’ elegant French aesthetic is inspired by the Parisian flower markets beloved by owner and floral designer Sandra Sigman.
Insider Tip: Les Fleurs hosts flower arranging workshops, including a recent one at a villa in Provence. Keep your eyes peeled for upcoming dates and act fast, because the super-popular events sell out quickly.
What’s Unique: You’ll find not only gorgeous blooms inside Les Fleurs’ Andover shop, but also gifts, décor, antiques, and objects scored from French flea markets.
27 Barnard St., Andover, 978-475-9669, lesfleurs.com
Luna Moss, Beverly
Philosophy: Luna Moss floral designs are as romantic as they come, and are crafted with in-season, locally sourced flowers whenever possible.
Standout Qualities: Stuffy traditional centerpieces and bouquets get a modern makeover with designs that cascade across tables, drape over arbors, and tumble naturalistically from bunches of blooms, greens, and fruit tied with simple ribbon.
What’s New: Keep your eyes on Luna Moss’s social media for news about floral arranging events and pop-up shops at local businesses.
Beverly, 310-926-8520, lunamoss.com
Evans Flowers & Greenhouses, Peabody
Fun Fact: In business since 1875, Evans Flowers provides floral arrangements plus plants, fruit, and gift baskets to its loyal customers.
49 Warren St., Peabody, 978-531-0047, evansflowers.com