Flower District

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Flower District, West 26th Street-28th Street and 6th Avenue - Avenue of the Americas.
The Flower district has a large concentration of wholesale and retail florists in New York City. The Flower district is a small stretch from the streets of 26th to 29th along and off Sixth Avenue. It is considered to be a virtual oasis of beauty in the middle of Manhattan. Any kind of selection of plant and flowers can be found or ordered through the vendors here at the Manhattan Flower District.
Chelsea Garden Center is a popular part of The Flower district, with an indoor and an outdoor market. It has one of the best all around selections of plants and flowers available. Sometimes you don't even need to be buying to get a rush from the city's shopping. Walking down 28th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, one can see piles of roses furled tight on the sidewalks along the banks of orchids. It is considered to be the heart of the wholesale Flower district.

The Flower district has lost popularity over the years. Some New Yorkers used to buy flowers for every holiday, especially Easter. Millions of flowers and some of the rare species are sold annually in the wholesale flower market in the vicinity between Sixth and Seventh Avenues from 23rd to 26th Streets.
One of the New York flower districts is the Garden District. Teleflora provides you information on the local florists in your city. It also ensures the quality and the freshness of the floral arrangements. These arrangements are made by a New York professional, giving your floral gift its deserved attention.
Capital District Flowers are considered to be one of the major events of the New York flower districts. The Annual Capital District Flower and Garden Show is one of the major events. It benefits the Wild-wood program. The participation of different vendors, attractive garden landscape displays, workshops, and demonstrations are a few highlights of this event.