March 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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Tete-a-Tete Daffodils in Bloom at Michler's Florist

Spring Daffodils in Bloom

For those looking for something for their Easter table we also sell blooming bulbs including the Tete-e-Tete Daffodil in pots.  When the holiday is over and they are done blooming, just plant them out in the yard. They will continue to bloom for many springs to come.  
March 20, 2018 by Robin Michler
Garden Kentucky Native Cafe Michler's Lexington, Kentucky

Restorative Gardens with Biophilic Design

Like your home, your garden should a place that you can go to relax and enjoy spending time. Biophilic design is the fusion of functionality and natural landscaping which offers you a fresh, restorative outdoor spaceA well-designed garden can be a place to sit alone quietly or a festive spot to share a good meal with friends and family.
March 19, 2018 by Holli Friley
Bread Seed Poppies in Bloom | Michler's Florist, Greenhouses & Garden Design

Time to Sow Poppy Seeds

One of our favorite varieties here at Michler's is the Bread Seed Poppy, because it has a beautiful purple flower and produced pods full of delicious Poppy seeds. If you ate any of our Lemon Poppy Seed Cookies we sold at the Christmas Market, you ate Poppy seeds from our garden patch photographed above.  
March 12, 2018 by Robin Michler