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Following the "Stay at Home" Executive Order by Washington State Governor, Jay Inslee, LORA Bloom will be temporarily suspending all local delivery. It pains us to do this, but for the healthy and safety of all, it's the right thing to do. Effective: 3.25.20

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Featured Florist
Sublime Stems

Kristal Hancock is the owner of Sublime Stems. Working out of a private studio in the Maple Valley, WA area, Sublime Stems has be offering a variety of living succulent planters, including fresh flowers for local delivery.

If you'd like to order flowers from Sublime Stems, you'll be able to do so in the very near future. 

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"I believe floral consumers have only seen a small glimpse of the true talent and beautiful creativity the floral industry has to offer.  After decades of big floral retailers pumping the market with low cost imports and cookie-cutter designs, it's time for consumers to see what they have been missing.  

Floral consumers across our country will be able to experience, on a daily basis, the BEST in locally sourced florals.  LORA Bloom intends to be your #1 choice for local floral delivery celebrating all of life's special occasions. I welcome you to experience the difference." ~ Tammy Myers

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to primary sourcing American grown flowers and NEVER using floral foams in any designs.    (80/20 stands for 80% domestic product vs. 20% imports)