1 W. 19th St., Flatiron
Legendary florist Katsuya Nishimori first made a name for himself as the chief floral designer at the floral shop inside the Japanese department store Takashimaya. When Takashimaya shuttered in 2010, Nishimori and his team opened up their own place in Flatiron. They're known for daring, architectural arrangements with a distinctly Japanese aesthetic. Most of the flowers come from their organic farm in upstate New York, about 80 miles north of the city.
Putnam & Putnam
160 Fifth Ave., Flatiron
Operated by husband-and-husband team Michael and Darroch, these gorgeous, otherworldy arrangements grace the tabletops of some of the city's most exquisite events (weddings included). They also deliver smaller-scale arrangements and—better yet—they also host classes and workshops.
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