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Clayton City Florist, LLC

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Clayton Florist: Clayton City Florist | Local Flower Delivery Clayton, NC, 27520
02/10/2022
Clayton Florist: Clayton City Florist | Local Flower Delivery Clayton, NC, 27520

Clayton Florist: Clayton City Florist | Local Flower Delivery Clayton, NC, 27520

Clayton, NC Florist | Clayton City Florist Provides Same Day Flower Delivery On Stunning Flower Arrangements For All Occasions, Celebrate Florals With Bouquets, Long Stem Roses, Garden Roses, Birthdays, Mothers Day, Love and Romance, Funeral Flowers, Sympathy, Prom Flowers, Plants, Dish Gardens, And...

Clayton Florist: Clayton City Florist | Local Flower Delivery Clayton, NC, 27520
02/10/2022
Clayton Florist: Clayton City Florist | Local Flower Delivery Clayton, NC, 27520

Clayton Florist: Clayton City Florist | Local Flower Delivery Clayton, NC, 27520

Clayton, NC Florist | Clayton City Florist Provides Same Day Flower Delivery On Stunning Flower Arrangements For All Occasions, Celebrate Florals With Bouquets, Long Stem Roses, Garden Roses, Birthdays, Mothers Day, Love and Romance, Funeral Flowers, Sympathy, Prom Flowers, Plants, Dish Gardens, And...

Bridal Bouquet from this past Saturdays wedding 🧡💗
07/28/2020

Bridal Bouquet from this past Saturdays wedding 🧡💗

Our shop is open for curb pick up and porch deliveries and we now take orders for Mother’s Day 🌸🌿 Please make sure to or...
04/30/2020

Our shop is open for curb pick up and porch deliveries and we now take orders for Mother’s Day 🌸🌿 Please make sure to order your flowers in advance to make sure we have what you’d like, call us at 919 553 3423, 10am-4pm or visit our www.claytoncityflorist.com website.

Due to covid19 pandemic the flowers we are able to be supplied with are limited. We mostly take designers choice floral arrangements for Mother’s Day.

Here are some Mother’s Day samples 🌸🌿

Our shop is open for curb pick up and porch deliveries and we now take orders for Mother’s Day 🌸🌿 Please make sure to or...
04/30/2020
Clayton Same Day Flower Delivery by Clayton City Florist

Our shop is open for curb pick up and porch deliveries and we now take orders for Mother’s Day 🌸🌿 Please make sure to order your flowers in advance to make sure we have what you’d like, call us at 919 553 3423, 10am-4pm or visit our www.claytoncityflorist.com website.

Due to covid19 pandemic the flowers we are able to be supplied with are limited. We mostly take designers choice floral arrangements for Mother’s Day.

Order Flowers Today for Same Day Delivery to Clayton by Clayton City Florist, Your Local FTD Florist.

From one of the lead floral designer in US, sharing her heart, very well said  😢https://www.instagram.com/p/B-Pz6UciDiU/...
03/28/2020
HELP - PLEASE SHARE - Where is the HELP for Floriculture, American Flower Farmers Wholesalers, Flowershops/Designers, and our flower farmers/ friends abroad? My heart is breaking!! Time is up; the devastation will be permanent if we don’t do something now. Our farmers and farms are essential to the entire process. The flower supply chain isn't interrupted. IT IS CRUMBLING. Please tell me who is going to help my friends. Flowers are an agricultural product, which means they are essential, and work can continue; however, the farmer can't afford to work the fields if the product can't be distributed and sold. The wholesaler and the designer/flower shop are being deemed nonessential, so they can't receive the product. Our farmers can't continue to stand in the fields and grow flowers for events such as Easter, Mothers Day, and a wedding season that won't happen. Floriculture is essential; it matters, we have to support the flower industry. Farmers can't afford to miss an entire season of sales; their margin is not high enough to sustain any loss of work. The people who give their lives to this industry of flowers are hard workers; we stand in the fields or at the design tables to earn money for our families, and we are happy to do so but we need a plan to save this industry. Help us, please!!! These shutdowns without government support are going to destroy what makes every special day in this life beautiful. Imagine a wedding without flowers, a Christmas without a tree or a wreath. A funeral /celebration of life without flowers. How do we come together to help this industry? @nytimes @dvflora @mayeshwholesale @potomacfloralwholesale @greenleafwholesale @florabundanceinc @fleurametz_official @dutchflowerline @gpageflowers @hilverdadeboerusa @kbfarms1948 @mellanoandcompany @oceanviewflowers

From one of the lead floral designer in US, sharing her heart, very well said 😢

https://www.instagram.com/p/B-Pz6UciDiU/?igshid=hfwrpso5e97u

🌸 We got a few more Spring & Summer wreaths done which are available in the shop or to go out for delivery 🌿
03/25/2020

🌸 We got a few more Spring & Summer wreaths done which are available in the shop or to go out for delivery 🌿

Our shop is currently still open and taking orders to be delivered. Please give us a call at 🌸919 553 3423🌿 if you’d sti...
03/21/2020

Our shop is currently still open and taking orders to be delivered. Please give us a call at 🌸919 553 3423🌿 if you’d still like to stay close to a loved one while maintaining social distance.

Here are a few of our deliveries that went out yesterday and today. Thank you everyone that shops local and still supporting our business 🌸🌿

Fall wreath 🌿🍂🍁
10/04/2019

Fall wreath 🌿🍂🍁

How to prolong the life of cut flowers 💐 🌸
08/16/2019

How to prolong the life of cut flowers 💐 🌸

HOW TO СUT STEMS?

How to prolong the life of a bouquet? The answer is simple: properly cut the stems. Knowing the basic techniques for trimming of different types of flower stems can extend the life of the composition several times. Today I will analyze all the subtleties of this small but an extremely important detail.

First, you need to remove all the leaves and thorns in the lower part of the stem to avoid rotting. It is dangerous in that it promotes the growth of bacteria, and they, in turn, quickly destroy flowers.

The next fundamental point is the cut should always be done at an acute angle with a knife or a sharp secateurs. Due to this, the area of ​​space through which the flower can absorb water will increase. In addition, this cut excludes the pressing of the stem to the bottom of the vase, which gives an additional opportunity for the plant to saturate.

When you break the stem and put the flower in the water, an “air jam” may form at the end due to the porous system.
Why cut at 45 degrees? “Air congestion” comes out at 45 degrees, this is the law of Archimedes. And when you have a broken section, air may appear here, a small amount, but, unfortunately, moisture is not absorbed in this place.

Therefore, it is necessary to make a cut strictly at 45 degrees and place the flowers in the liquid immediately after trimming, then the count goes almost for seconds. The trimmed tip in the air dries very quickly and loses the ability to “drink”. Spring flowers such as hyacinths, callas, amaryllises, daffodils, do not fit the rule of 45 degrees. They should be cut at 90 degrees.

Woody stems can be carefully beaten with a hammer above the cut and split a little, this will help improve fluid circulation.

There is a subtlety associated with plants that secrete milky juice, for example, oleander or anthurium. The fact is that the milk released is, of course, poison. It is also real, pure, 100% rubber. What is the problem? It is poisonous not only for plants that are around or fall into a bouquet, but it is also poisonous to itself. When this rubber gets into water, oxidation occurs, 100% poison appears. When it absorbs its own poison back into itself — if you notice — the leg turns brown. This is a chemical reaction, the burning of their own legs and in this place the bacteria begin to multiply. This is their field, this is their food. After the cut, the end of their stem must be cauterized, so the sticky liquid will be sealed inside the plant and prolong its life. You can make cauterization using an ordinary household candle: you just need to singe a part of the stem.

Some flowers, such as dahlias or carnations, have joints — knots — along the entire length. In these places, the stalk becomes thicker and fibrous, so for a better circulation of water, make a cut between these nodes.

The rules are simple, but the main thing to remember is that the time interval between the cut and the setting of the flower in the vase should be as short as possible. If you have to cut the stems of a whole bouquet, it is better to do it directly under water.

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All our Easter Bunnies are 40% off this week
04/16/2019

All our Easter Bunnies are 40% off this week

Valentine’s Day is coming up quickly make sure you place your flower order in soon for your special Valentine 🌷💕  919 55...
01/30/2019

Valentine’s Day is coming up quickly make sure you place your flower order in soon for your special Valentine 🌷💕 919 553 3423

Christmas Arrangement
12/10/2018

Christmas Arrangement

Truly so much to see in store. Stop on in to find the perfect little something for someone special this holiday season, ...
12/10/2018

Truly so much to see in store. Stop on in to find the perfect little something for someone special this holiday season, maybe even yourself. No better way to soften or add life to a room than with a plant, faux or fresh.

30 % off all CHRISTMAS SHOWROOM DECOR . Going on now until December 24th. Weekdays 9-6pm and Saturday 9-1pm. Just a smal...
12/10/2018

30 % off all CHRISTMAS SHOWROOM DECOR . Going on now until December 24th. Weekdays 9-6pm and Saturday 9-1pm.
Just a small sampling below of our gorgeous home decor.

Happy and bright flowers from last weekend’s wedding 🌻🌿 at The Farm on 42
10/13/2018

Happy and bright flowers from last weekend’s wedding 🌻🌿 at The Farm on 42

Pretty blush & ivory with a touch of burgundy bouquet for a lovely bride tomorrow 🌿
10/13/2018

Pretty blush & ivory with a touch of burgundy bouquet for a lovely bride tomorrow 🌿

Bright with a touch of fall pretty flowers 🌸 🌿🍂
09/27/2018

Bright with a touch of fall pretty flowers 🌸 🌿🍂

Pretty Fall bridal bouquet we got to design for one of our lovely brides a few years ago 🍃🍂🍁
09/23/2018

Pretty Fall bridal bouquet we got to design for one of our lovely brides a few years ago 🍃🍂🍁

Address

549 E Main St
Clayton, NC
27520

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 6pm
Tuesday 9am - 6pm
Wednesday 9am - 6pm
Thursday 9am - 6pm
Friday 9am - 6pm
Saturday 9am - 1pm

Telephone

(919) 553-3423

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Thank you for creating such a beautiful arrangement for the sanctuary.
Dylan and Jordan's wedding film is here!!! They are the only ones who didn't reschedule their wedding this Spring! What a special wedding this was for us! Not only were we Dylan and Jordan's videographers, but Brandon was also the Best Man and Dylan's brother! With the rebranding of our business coming soon, we think that it's perfect that Dylan and Jordan may be our last wedding before the launch of our new brand! They are exactly the kind of couple we want to serve (and we're not just saying that because they are family)! Their relationship is full of unconditional love, faith in Jesus, and dedication to each other, and they are a beautiful example of the love of Christ! We want to tell inspiring stories, and that's what Dylan and Jordan's relationship is! I could go on and on about them, but I'll just let you watch the film! If you'd like to read more of thier story, I put it on the blog! https://sarahandbrandonfilms.com/2020/07/06/dylan-jordan-wedding-film-raleigh-north-carolina-wedding-videography-penny-road-church-of-the-nazarene/ Vednors: Videographers - Sarah & Brandon Films Photographer - Tara Marie Photography Venue - Penny Road Church of the Nazarene Officiant - John Cavari Catering - Catering Works Flowers - Clayton City Florist, LLC Cake - Publix Wedding dress - Simpson's Bridal and Formal Wear
This beautiful Winter wedding at Brick & Mortar Events in Clayon, NC is live on the blog! https://daniellegeorgephoto.com/a-winter-wedding-at-brick-and-mortar-events/ Venue, Planning & Catering: Brick & Mortar Events Hair & Makeup: Silverceiling Beauty Consulting Florist: Clayton City Florist, LLC DJ & Entertainment Service: All Events DJs of NC Videographer: Tyler Cruver Cake: Rachel Bailey - Cake Artist Bridesmaids Dresses: David's Bridal Bridal Gown: Lana Addison Bridal + Designer Amy Kuschel Groom & Groomsmen Attire: Men's Wearhouse
I love all of the flowers that my family ordered from you! They are beautiful! Thank you!