Stemmery offers subscription service for flower deliveries in Kirkland

The Stemmery, a floral subscription delivery service that brings flowers to doorsteps, has launched for residential and commercial clients in Kirkland, Bellevue and Seattle.

According to a Stemmery press release, the service offers flower deliveries on a weekly, every other week or monthly basis. Customers choose from three floral options: Rainier Bouquet, a collection of curated flowers, loosely arranged; Cascadian Stems, a standard-size artisanal arrangement; or Olympic Blooms, a grand size display of arranged flowers.

Stemmery flowers are sourced as locally as possible and chosen for unique, beautiful stems to create carefully curated, whimsical and artisinally arranged seasonal flowers, the release states.

Sarah Abare, a 29-year-old floral designer, founded The Stemmery to merge her passions for creative expression and nature, the release states. Inspired by Seattle’s economy of innovation and driven by her own propensity for entrepreneurship, Abare noticed a gap in the marketplace, and decided to launch The Stemmery.

“I love carefully placing each unique stem into an arrangement, feeling the connection to the earth and appreciating the beauty that comes from it,” Abare said in the release. “I hope that each time our customers receive a floral delivery from The Stemmery that they too feel this connection and joy.”

After observing how subscription services have become a growing lifestyle trend, ranging from meal kits to fashion boxes, Abare is introducing The Stemmery to the Pacific Northwest as a new platform to bring flowers into homes, residential towers, restaurants, hotels and other businesses, according to the release.


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