Flowers are our planet's way of reassuring people and animals that no matter how many winters the earth endures, it still has the virility to grow its own hair. Today's Groupon lets you comb the planet's beautiful floral tresses. For $10, you get one dozen roses in the hue of your choosing (a $30 value) from Boston Flower Market on Albany Street in the South End neighborhood.
Boston Flower Market's 3,000-square-foot herbology center is packed with the aromatic fecundity of spring's choicest specimens. An open storefront bathes the eye with rich colors that seem to radiate beyond the borders of their petals. While the availability of the freshest roses will always determine what colors are available, customers can anticipate a classic spectrum of vibrant red, white, and pink roses that stand elegantly in the company of yellow, orange, peach, and synaesthetic, a color that tastes like the number nine yet sounds like how cinnamon smells. All roses are prepared to handsomely fill a vase and turn a dining room into a well-groomed rose garden, though they tend to look best when delivered by mouth while swinging in on a chandelier.
Twelve roses (one less than a baker's dozen of 13 flours) deliver a sentimental message far more effectively than 12 long-stemmed kittens. With today's Groupon to Boston Flower Market, you can spontaneously shower your beloved with roses of love, roses of apology, or the rarely purchased roses of reminder to file one's 1040, rewatering the seeds of romance in time for a springly fling.
- Lovely store, all sorts of beautiful plants, flowers, and items for home and garden. Conveniently located in the Boston Medical School Campus area. The sidewalk display alone is just a feast for the eyes and the imagination. – GMP, LocalSearch
- The Boston Flower Market, in the South End, is where we get a lot of our inventory…The Boston Flower Market is known as one of the best in the country. It has a great central location. – Larry Bornstein, Wicked Local
591 Albany St.
Boston, Massachusetts 02118Get Directions