Best of Patch Reader's Choice: Flowers in Easton

Where in Easton do you buy your flowers?

With Mother's Day around the corner and spring in the air, it's that time of year to pick up some flowers.

Whether they're to plant in your garden or put in a vase, this week we're asking you where the best place is in Easton to buy your flowers.

Here is a list of area florists, greenhouses and nurseries that sell flowers:

Voting will be open this entire week and will close at 9 a.m. Friday. We will officially announce a winner at noon on Friday. Because this poll is not scientific, it is not the sole consideration in choosing a winner. The winner will be determined by the Patch editor, based on poll results, positive comments on this article and reviews on Patch Places. Please vote only once per survey, per Patch.

Joyce O'Connor April 24, 2012 at 02:02 PM
Langwater Farm is one of the most up and coming places in Easton. From the beautiful flowers and plants to the fresh produce. It is the best place to go. Don't forget the hay rides in the fall.
Valerie April 26, 2012 at 01:53 AM
Flynn Family Farm has come a long way since I was first introduced to them 2 years ago. They have many different types of flowers from Annuals, Perrenials, all the way to Planters, Window Boxes, Trees and many more things. They grow amazing fruits and vegetables that are so delicious. I had the opportunity to cook with them all of last year! If you think that's all that the farm does, you're wrong! They also do various types of Landscaping and have their own eggs! Those of you that haven't had the pleasure of visiting Flynn Family Farm, go to 492 Bay Road, South Easton
F.E.P.G. - Friends of Easton Public Gardens April 26, 2012 at 04:41 PM
Flynn Family Farm is a family business that brings new meaning to the nature of “homegrown”. Resident townies that see the advantages of healthy living with the education, experience and professionalism to share the fruits of their labor with their community – this farm has it all. From landscape services to fresh produce and nursery stock they’ve got you (and your landscape) covered. Don’t be afraid to stop in for advice or inspiration either! Lyrical arrangements, dynamic planters and loads of information are yours for the taking! Generous supporters of the community – the Flynns enthusiastically contribute to Easton Garden Club as seen in Main Street’s window boxes, The Friends of Easton Public Gardens at various weeding parties and through their advocacy of the Adopt A Public Space Program and of course their long-standing relationship with Parkview Elementary School. The Town of Easton is proud of its agricultural heritage and fortunate to reap the benefits of many wonderful agricultural businesses. I encourage you to explore them all – just be sure you don’t forget to travel to Bay Road – Flynn Family Farm is truly one you don’t want to miss – who knows what they will have next!
Chris Benoit April 27, 2012 at 01:37 AM
Flynn Family Farm is the place to go!!!! They do it all and have a great family atmosphere. They continue to improve the farm on a regular basis and never stop working hard to get better and do more than anyone else not only in Easton but in MA. If you haven't been then I suggest that you stop in and see what they have to offer...you will not be disappointed.
Doris Balter April 27, 2012 at 02:20 PM
Flynn's Farm has grown and improved so much in the three years that they have owned it. They continue to revamp, rebuild, and remodel the 20 acres that was previously Henderson's Farm. Every time I visit, there is another project going on to make the customer experience something you want to come back to. The flowers and pots are an explosion of colors and unique designs. The staff is very friendly and they will customize any planter for you, or discuss various ways to beautify your yard. They also sell many vegetable & herb plants for your own garden, some of which I never heard of. Great place all around.


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