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Beach Plum Flower Shop

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Premier Floral Design: Beach Plum Flower Shop

Beach Plum Flower Shop, located in the Tanney Marketplace, has a strong reputation for designing beautiful custom floral arrangements.  Whether you need flowers for a birthday, anniversary, wedding or funeral you can be assured that the arrangement will be designed by an experienced florist using top quality flowers.

Owner Patricia Cannon is well known in the Greater Newburyport Community for designing stunning arrangements for many special events. She is also known for her many thoughtful contributions to various local fundraisers and her spontaneous floral gifts as random acts of kindness.

Make sure to contact Beach Plum Flower Shop if you are planning an event.  They will listen to your ideas and make recommendations based on your vision and budget. Beach Plum Flower Shop is a premier florist with a very loyal customer following.  They have been designing and delivering flowers to the Greater Newburyport and Seacoast area for over 30 years and have become known for top notch quality and service.

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Beach Plum Flower Shop

50 Water Street
Newburyport, MA 01950
(978) 465-1739

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