Ostara Gardens is the only locally grown flower shop in Nashville

Nashville now has its first field-to-vase flower and fine plant store after Ostara Gardens celebrated its grand opening last Saturday.

Cupcakes and champagne were served to guests who stopped by 1021 Whites Creek Pike in East Nashville, as they were able to arrange assorted bouquets of flowers, identify plants of interest and browse the pages of intriguing table books bass or poetry collections.

Although founders Emily Daniel and Avon Lyons founded Ostara Gardens last year, last weekend marked their official foray into the world of brick and mortar.

Daniel is responsible for growing flowers and plants on a three-acre farm located just 15 minutes from the Ostara Gardens shop. These flowers and plants are intentionally grown to a higher caliber, and they are included in most of the store’s floral designs and arrangements.

Ostara Gardens cart where gardening enthusiasts can choose new plants.

“We are excited to open and offer locally grown flowers. We are the only store in the market that grows our own flowers and sells them,” said co-founder Lyons.

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By introducing Ostara Gardens to the public, flowers and their use will become more accessible – a mission that Daniel and Lyons are dedicated to supporting. With seasonality and sustainability at the center of Ostara Gardens’ business model, opportunities to experience first-hand what it’s like to appreciate, design, work with and nurture top-quality flowers during weekend workshops -end are offered. Lyons added, “We’re excited to showcase the whole process and seasonality.”

Custom arrangements available for delivery or pick up for special events ranging from weddings to large scale celebrations in restaurants or hotels can also be requested.

Ostara Gardens are open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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