Get out and smell the roses with these Chicago and suburban locations!
Push through the winter blues and celebrate National Floral Design Day on Feb. 28! Stroll through a beautiful, floral garden or anticipate spring with a beautiful bouquet of flowers! These Chicago and suburban locations have the red roses, blue violets and sweet carnations to have you feeling warm, regardless of the weather!
Pick up a bouquet from La Salle Flowers! Family owned since 1936, La Salle specializes in fresh cut flowers and has a wide selection of green and blooming plants along with balloons and plush animals. Bouquets include oriental, European and domestic designs. Only a 9 minute walk from 400 N LaSalle or a 10 minute walk from Grand Plaza!
Walk through the beautiful Lurie Garden, a 5 acre garden located in Millennium Park! The garden is based on the city’s motto “Urbs in Horto,” meaning city within a garden, referring to the flat, marshy land the city was built upon. The garden also contains a 15-foot shoulder hedge that surrounds the garden and beautiful plants. Only a 16 minute walk from 215 West Apartments!
Visit The Clay Pot for fantastic flora! Open since 1978, The Clay Pot specializes in vibrant, fresh arrangements that are perfect for any occasion. Different collections include roses, lilies, orchids and gift baskets. The Clay Pot also offers free delivery, only a 5 minute walk from 73 East Lake!
Escape to a foreign land and visit the Japanese Tea Gardens! Designed in 1910 by Japanese landscape architect Taro Otsuka, the site was originally constructed as a private garden. Now, the garden is open for the pubic and features vibrant flowers, grasses, oriental adornments, and a welcoming archway covered with vines and flora. Only a 10 minute drive from the AMLI at St. Charles!