June Flower Specials

Michler's: Lexington, Kentucky's Florist

For five generations our family has continually grown flowers and plants for the people of Lexington, Kentucky.  Today John, Claudia, Robin and Jessamine Michler are joined by a staff of florists, horticulturalists, gardeners, and cooks to keep Lexington vibrant.  

We invite you to step into our greenhouses and smell the latest blooms, drink a craft beer or glass of wine, and taste our herb inspired café menu.  We offer consultations to discuss wedding flowers, garden design, or how to spiff up your company’s appearance with a floral subscription.  

For our online visitors, we offer online ordering for local flower delivery anywhere in Lexington, Kentucky.  Our experienced design team is steeped in traditional design methods and charged with designing innovative and contemporary floral arrangements using carefully sourced local and florist quality flowers. 

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Michler's News: Flowers, Gardens & Design

Balloon Flower

Balloon Flower

When I first saw the Balloon Flower,  I really didn't pay it much attention. It had nice foliage through the spring while so many flowers were shooting up tight knots of buds that burst into blooms. But then, in June, the buds began to form on the Balloon flower. They were pale green, light and airy and  absolutely living up to it's name.
June 14, 2018 by Holli Friley
Serviceberry Tree Michler's Greenhouse

The Serviceberry Tree (Amelanchier)

Whether you call it Serviceberry or Juneberry this sweet little tree has so much to offer. It is often planted as an ornamental because of it's slender, sculptural branches and attractive foliage. Beyond that, it bursts with small white blooms in the springtime which give way to deep red berries in June (giving it the nickname Juneberry!).
June 07, 2018 by Holli Friley
Book Bench Artists: Claudia Michler and Katherine Spears

Book Bench Artists: Claudia Michler and Katherine Spears

Thirty-Seven Book Benches are appearing in Lexington, these new benches are all painted by Kentucky Artists depicting books by Kentucky Authors.  We at Michler's are particurily excited about this public art project, because two of the benches are painted by team members here.  
June 01, 2018 by Robin Michler