Florists and garden centers

You will find many florists in San Francisco. Even grocery stores (Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s…) and hardware stores (Cole Hardware) sell fresh cut flowers, flower bouquets and potted plants. 

For your garden, Home Depot and Target sell garden accessories and plants for a reasonnable price.  


Some off the beaten track addresses :

In Water Flowers

Floral design studio for special occasions. Their seasonal orchids are beautiful and last forever ! Delivery in San Francisco.

2132 Fillmore street, Pacific Heights

2078 Chestnut street, Marina. 



Gorgeous selection of fresh cut flowers and orchids. Not just a florist, a concept store with great music, black walls, fashion magazines (Jalouse, Elle décoration, Vogue…), vases, candles, decorative items... and of course beautiful and creative flower arrangments.

3263A Sacramento street, Laurel Heights

564 Hayes street, Hayes Valley.  


Flower mart

San Francisco Flower wholesale market, in SOMA. This place is bustling at 2am with all the professionnals from the area. Some retailers are open to the public later around 9 or 10am. The only think to do : find a friend who works in the flower business and get up very early! 

Brannan street  & 6th. For more information. 


Sloat Garden Center

Nursery with a good selection of indoor and outdoor plants, pots and equipment. Perfect if you are not an experienced gardener.  

Several location around the city. The one on Sloat Blvd has a large free parking lot. 

For more information. 


Flora Grubb Gardens and The Palm Broker

One of the best plant selection of the Bay Area. Pots, unusual plants, succulants, garden stuff... Friendly staff. 

1634 Jerrold Avenue, Bayview. For more information



Small neighborhood florist. Charming selection of fresh flowers. Beautiful floral arrangments for a special occasion.

15 Clement street, Inner Richmond.



Flowers and decor for wedding and special events.

2436 Polk street, Nob Hill.