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SPOTLIGHT: Ye Olde Yardley Florist

Live life in full bloom!

Carrying on a hundred-year-old family business at Ye Olde Yardley Florist are new owners John Feeney and his mom, Cathy.

Cathy has always wanted to own a business, and while it wasn’t something John pictured himself doing, he’s fallen into the easy rhythm of flower designing over the past four months.

“I love to design flowers and I’m excited to get to work with my mom,” says John. “It’s a newly inspired passion of mine.”

This holiday season, Ye Olde Yardley Florist is eager to make your home (or that of someone special) stand out with unique centerpieces and beyond.

Gift a bouquet to brighten someone’s day. Our “Happy Fall Y’all” arrangement comes in a clear vase filled with seasonal roses, carnations and mums.

Other fall favorites include our “Woodland Sunset” centerpiece reminiscent of the crisp rush of a cool autumn breeze, colorful leaves dancing across the grass. A lovely blend of roses, sunflowers, mums and lotus pods arranged in a naturally weathered oak vase make this a celebration of Thanksgiving.

Rekindle your love for fall with our “Sugar Maple” arrangement featuring pinecones and berries alongside warm chrysanthemums, snapdragons and bright yellow solidago.

There is something to catch everyone’s eye at Ye Olde Yardley Florist – you won’t be disappointed. We offer the finest in florals, gifts and gourmet food items.

Flowers never go out of fashion or style; treat someone special this holiday to something that will delight them.

Find more at 175 S. Main Street, Yardley or order online at yardleyflorist.com.

We offer same-day touchless delivery for your safety and convenience.

Contact us today to place your holiday orders and we will be pleased to provide you with our latest professional bouquets, centerpieces and more.

Make this season extra bright for you and your loved ones.

PHOTO CAP: Petal It Forward celebrants: Officer Dakota Romberger; Cathy Feeney, owner; John Feeny, owner; David Appelbaum; Officer Heather Carnivale. 

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