For Mother's Day, a get well gift or for a romantic gesture for that special someone, nothing says it like flowers. Patch readers choose their favorite places to pick up a floral arrangement.
It's the classic romantic gesture ... showing up on her doorstep with a bouquet of her favorite flowers. But if you truly want to make an impression, no ordinary convenience store bouquet will do. You need an artistic arrangement from the people who know the trade best.
So where do you go to find the best blooms?
Patch wanted to help readers decide which florists create the best arrangements in town. We asked readers throughout the state which shop in their town is their favorite. After five days of voting, the winners are in. Check out which florists readers think are the best of the best and support your favorite in the comments section below. Even better, check out the winners, buy that special someone a special gift, and upload a photo to show off the arrangement.
Attleboro-Seekonk: Flowers by the Station, 73 Union St., Attleboro.
Barrington: Wild Flower Florist and Garden Center, 233 Waseca Ave., Barrington.
Bristol-Warren: The Greenery, 63 Water St., Warren.
Coventry: Terra Cotta, 192 Pilgrim Ave., Coventry.
Cranston: Arrow Florist, 757 Park Ave., Cranston.
East Greenwich: Busy Bee Florist II, 5792 Post Road, East Greenwich.
East Providence: Gilmore's Flower Shop, 76 Taunton Ave., East Providence.
Johnston: Towne House Flowers, 2555 Hartford Ave., Johnston.
Middletown: Broadway Floral Designs, 174 Green End Ave., Middletown.
Narragansett-South Kingstown: Belmont Market, 600 Kingstown Road, Narragansett.
Newport: Water’s Edge Flowers, 212 Broadway, Newport.
North Kingstown: Bert & Peg's, 550 Tower Hill Road, North Kingstown.
Portsmouth: Clements' Market, 2575 East Main Road, Portsmouth.
Tiverton-Little Compton: Paul's House of Flowers, 1750 Main Road, Tiverton.
Woonsocket: Nys Flowers, 508 Diamond Hill Road, Woonsocket.
Check back with Patch Monday for the latest in our "Best of" series: the best place to take Mom for brunch on Mother's Day.