Readers’ Choice: Best Florist in West Islip

From a dozen roses to wedding arrangements: We want your pick for who has the best flowers.

Flowers make a potent statement. Maybe it’s for a new special someone, an old flame or you just want to brighten the mood. Nothing has an emotional impact like a fresh bouquet.

There’s a natural bloom for every taste and occasion: A simple bunch of wildflowers, a dozen long-stem roses or an exotic orchid to sit on your windowsill. They accent weddings and symbolize funerals. And you can pick them up at roadside stops, grocery stores or florists.

Time to weigh in. West Islip Patch is looking to unearth the best place for flowers in town. Readers’ Choice is a new weekly feature where we ask you – our readers – to tell us your top picks.

Fresh is good. But so too is service.

Each Monday we’ll list our nominees – this week it’s florist – and ask for your recommendation. Did we leave your go-to spot off the list? Go ahead and add it in comments.

Then vote. Readers' Choice winners are all up to you, so it's important not only to vote below, but also be sure to share this contest with your friends on Facebook and Twitter! Voting closes Friday at 9 a.m.

Friday we’ll announce our winner. 

Our nominees:

Ed Ryan April 24, 2012 at 03:08 PM
I wonder who voted for Cafe Flowers (They closed like 6 months ago). Towers Flowers is by far the best Florist in this or any town.Tom is a great community guy who donates to every imaginable organization and Helps make West Islip a better place to live!
Liz April 25, 2012 at 01:11 AM
I agree 100% with Ed- Tommy Towers is West Islip Flowers- he never says no to a fundraiser and will go out of his way to make things the way you want them :)


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