Starting today SUNFLOWERS will be the new
Walter Knoll Florist Wholesale Bunch Special
Just $1.25 per stem. (WOW!)
Stop by any location from now until Sept 1st and take home some
sunshine. While supplies last!
On Thursday August the 28th, from 10am – 4pm
Walter Knoll Florist will hold a blood drive to help the
Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center.
Now through August 18th Local Gladiolus will be the new Wholesale Bunch Special. Stop by any of our 6 locations a buy 10 stems for only $9.99. Walk-in’s Only and While Supplies Last!
A woman’s wedding day is one of the most important days of her life. But can you imagine heading off to take pictures and your bouquet starts to wilt? And it’s because of the heat.
Check out this informative video about how to make your day and the flowers look great.
On June 30th 2014, Sandy Favazza, long time owner of Favazza Florist at 8445 Natural Bridge Road, closed her well known flower shop and joined Walter Knoll Florist as a designer and floral consultant.
The Favazza family started their floral business on Feb. 15th 1959 by opening Favazza Florist, one day after Valentine’s Day, the biggest sales day in the flower business. “That was only because we couldn’t get our flower order in soon enough for Valentine’s Day.” tells Sandy Favazza. But after that rocky start their family business grew and became a favorite shop over the years for local residents to buy flowers.
In 1971, Sandy and Bob bought the shop from Mrs. Favazza when Frank Favazza past away and together they ran the shop until 2011 when Bob past away. Sandy kept the shop thriving but on June 30th 2014 she decided to close the doors and join Walter Knoll Florist. On August 18th 2014 Sandy will start working at Walter Knoll Florist’s LaSalle Street location.
“We’re so happy that Sandy has decided to stay in the floral industry by adding her designing skills to the Walter Knoll family and we look forward to working with her and to continue offering excellent quality products and service for all of her wonderful clients’ floral needs.” says Walter Knoll lll