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(Updated Feb 11, 2021)

Welcome to The Original Los Angeles Flower Market! With a rich history in the Downtown Los Angeles area, we are honored to continue to provide exceptional flowers, greens, and products to florists, event planners, and the general public alike!

We are currently operating at our regular business hours for both florists/trade and the public. You can find our operating and holiday hours here. Please note: closing hours are based on the product’s availability, and we recommend checking with specific vendors before visiting.

Parking is available in the parking structure located on the west side of San Julian St., between 7th and 8th Streets. 

While you’re shopping with us, we ask that all the market guests follow all safety protocols to maintain a healthy and welcoming experience for everyone:

✔️ Wear your mask over the nose and mouth at all times
✔️ Maintain 6+ ft. social distancing throughout your visit 
✔️ Sanitize or wash your hands before entering

PLEASE DO NOT VISIT THE ORIGINAL LOS ANGELES FLOWER MARKET if you have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19 or COVID symptoms or if you have experienced any of the following symptoms in the last 10 days:
✔️ Fever
✔️ Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
✔️ Chills

For complete Covid-19 safety guidelines & protocols, please click here

For media requests, please click here for more details.

 

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The Original

We’ve been here for over a century.

The Original Los Angeles Flower Market has adapted over time by putting the needs of the floral community—including their wholesale and retail customers—first. We have the largest selection, biggest public parking area, a safe shopping environment, incredibly knowledgeable staff and vendors, and the most competitive pricing in town.

The organization that would ultimately be known as The Original Los Angeles Flower Market was founded in 1919 as the American Florists’ Exchange by a group of 30 enterprising European-American growers…

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During the Great Depression of the 1930s, flowers continued to be a source of happiness and hope during bleak economic times. In 1931, the Southern California Floral Association began. It was formed as a non-profit group with florists, growers and wholesalers and was the beginning of the wholesale business as we know it today.

Pictured here: The crew at Buford W. Hall Wholesale Florists in the early 1930s.

Read more about our history in Bloomin' News, linked in our bio! ☝🏼

#ThrowbackThursday #100YearsOfColor #ColoringYourWorldWithFlowers #dtla #downtownlosangeles #theOGflowermarket #laflowermarket #thelaflowermarket #flowermarket #flowermarkets
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Beautiful ranunculus, sweet peas and brown anemones available at the market! How lovely is this creation?

For product availability, click the link in our bio to contact our vendors. ☝🏼

#dtla #downtownlosangeles #theOGflowermarket #laflowermarket #thelaflowermarket #flowermarket #flowermarkets #springflowers #ranunculus #sweetpeas #floristsofinstagram #losangelesflorist #lafloraldesigner
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These #sprayroses are what dreams are made of.

📷: :: @theflowerpatchla

#dtla #downtownlosangeles #theOGflowermarket #laflowermarket #thelaflowermarket #flowermarket #flowermarkets #sprayroses #rosesofinstagram #springtime #floristsofinstagram
...

In the early 1900s, flowers adorned women’s hats and dresses, decorated tables, and brightened homes and gardens all over Southern California. Here, a group of European immigrants came together to form an alliance to market their floral products. They founded the American Florists’ Exchange. It would become widely known as The Original Los Angeles Flower Market, and the heart of the American floral industry.

Read more about our history in our new issue of Bloomin' News - linked in our bio!

#100YearsofColor #ColoringYourWorldWithFlowers #dtla #downtownlosangeles #theOGflowermarket #laflowermarket #thelaflowermarket #flowermarket #flowermarkets #throwbackthursday
...

Greens never go out of style 🌿

📷   @pr3ciousliljem  

#greens #evergreens #eucalyptus #dtla #downtownlosangeles #theOGflowermarket #laflowermarket #thelaflowermarket #flowermarket #flowermarkets
...

A simple joy in life is a fresh bouquet or a few humble stems in a vase at home. Show us how you brighten up your space by tagging #FlowersinYourSpace.

📷 @flowerchildbouqs

#FlowersinYourSpace ##dtla #downtownlosangeles #theOGflowermarket #laflowermarket #thelaflowermarket #flowermarket #flowermarkets
...

During the Great Depression of the 1930s, flowers continued to be a source of happiness and hope during bleak economic times. In 1931, the Southern California Floral Association began. It was formed as a non-profit group with florists, growers and wholesalers and was the beginning of the wholesale business as we know it today.

Pictured here: The crew at Buford W. Hall Wholesale Florists in the early 1930s.

Read more about our history in Bloomin' News, linked in our bio! ☝🏼

#ThrowbackThursday #100YearsOfColor #ColoringYourWorldWithFlowers #dtla #downtownlosangeles #theOGflowermarket #laflowermarket #thelaflowermarket #flowermarket #flowermarkets
...

Beautiful ranunculus, sweet peas and brown anemones available at the market! How lovely is this creation?

For product availability, click the link in our bio to contact our vendors. ☝🏼

#dtla #downtownlosangeles #theOGflowermarket #laflowermarket #thelaflowermarket #flowermarket #flowermarkets #springflowers #ranunculus #sweetpeas #floristsofinstagram #losangelesflorist #lafloraldesigner
...

These #sprayroses are what dreams are made of.

📷: :: @theflowerpatchla

#dtla #downtownlosangeles #theOGflowermarket #laflowermarket #thelaflowermarket #flowermarket #flowermarkets #sprayroses #rosesofinstagram #springtime #floristsofinstagram
...

In the early 1900s, flowers adorned women’s hats and dresses, decorated tables, and brightened homes and gardens all over Southern California. Here, a group of European immigrants came together to form an alliance to market their floral products. They founded the American Florists’ Exchange. It would become widely known as The Original Los Angeles Flower Market, and the heart of the American floral industry.

Read more about our history in our new issue of Bloomin' News - linked in our bio!

#100YearsofColor #ColoringYourWorldWithFlowers #dtla #downtownlosangeles #theOGflowermarket #laflowermarket #thelaflowermarket #flowermarket #flowermarkets #throwbackthursday
...

Greens never go out of style 🌿

📷   @pr3ciousliljem  

#greens #evergreens #eucalyptus #dtla #downtownlosangeles #theOGflowermarket #laflowermarket #thelaflowermarket #flowermarket #flowermarkets
...

A simple joy in life is a fresh bouquet or a few humble stems in a vase at home. Show us how you brighten up your space by tagging #FlowersinYourSpace.

📷 @flowerchildbouqs

#FlowersinYourSpace ##dtla #downtownlosangeles #theOGflowermarket #laflowermarket #thelaflowermarket #flowermarket #flowermarkets
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