A visit to the flower shops of Minneapolis is always a good time for a photo op.
This year, you can take in the scene from the comfort of your own home.
The best of the best, including the new, new, flowers that have appeared in the Minneapolis market, are at these flower shops.
Mall of Flowers, in the old St. Paul Mall, has an array of gorgeous, whimsical and unusual blooms and fragrances that will make you smile, laugh or just be amazed.
Forget the new trendy fragrands like Kahlúa, which are just starting to pop up in Minneapolis.
They are all pretty and unique.
At the Garden Center, located at the corner of 14th and St. Anthony avenues, the flowers are all new and trendy.
In addition to flowers and fragrant herbs, the Garden Garden offers an impressive collection of garden plants and accessories for your collection.
While you can buy fresh flowers from this shop, be sure to try the fresh herbals from the Minneapolis Farmers Market.
There is so much variety that it’s hard to choose a favorite.
Fountain of Dreams, at the intersection of 18th and Lake, is a must-visit for the whole family.
It has a beautiful, tropical setting and is a great place to hang out while your daughter or son is at school or at work.
On the first floor of the Park Place Flower Shop, you’ll find everything from petals and oils to petal and oils, plants and flower bowls.
There are many varieties of flowers for sale at the shop, including exotic and exotic fragrance.
If you’re in need of a nice, hot shower, head over to the Haze Lotion Spa at the front of the store.
It offers hot tubs, saunas, massage therapy, and other wellness services for just $20 per hour.
Don’t miss out on the annual Christmas Parade, which will be taking place in downtown Minneapolis on Sunday.
There will be a number of vendors selling Christmas decorations, toys, crafts, games and more.
There is also a small garden market at the St. Luke’s Lutheran Church on the north side of downtown, where you can find fresh produce, flowers and more for a good price.
Get ready for a big day of shopping and dining at the Minneapolis Center.
The center offers a variety of vendors offering everything from produce to ice cream to hot dogs.
You can also shop in the food court.
The food court offers everything from fresh produce to fresh baked goods, as well as a few specialty foods, including fried chicken, hot dogs and hamburgers.
Diners can get creative with the menu, but don’t forget to try one of the many signature dishes at the center.
These include the traditional St. Patrick’s Day feast, the traditional Christmas pudding, and the fried potato casserole.