Hansen’s Florist Coming to Wallingford

Hansen’s Florist is opening a location on Stone Way N. at N. 46th St. (4606 Stone Way N.), just to the right of Zaw. In an email, Hansen’s owner, Helen, said that they’ve been in the process of decorating and she will let me know their opening date soon. The family-owned floral shop is moving its Fremont location to Wallingford, while its 65 year-old Georgetown location will stay put.

Here’s a little bit about them from their website:

We are local, family owned serving Seattle and the surrounding cities since 1945. We offer same-day, daily and worldwide delivery and look forward to serving all your floral needs for your events and special occasions. Open Monday through Saturday, and the occasional Sunday; we offer the freshest flowers guaranteed, exquisite style and design quality backed by our prompt courteous service. Because all of our customers are important, our professional staff is dedicated to making your experience a pleasant one. That is why we always go the extra mile to make your floral gift perfect.

For more information, visit Hansen’s website: http://www.hansensflorist.com/ or call (206) 632-9330.

  1. Alex said,

    No more Bill the Butcher?

    Wed, December 7 at 9:26 am
  2. Margaret said,

    No, Bill the Butcher is just to the left of Zaw (and signage indicates all systems there are still ‘go’). This is in a separate beige-colored building just to the right of Zaw.

    Wed, December 7 at 10:14 am
  3. cata said,

    There used to be a florist on 40th and wallingford.. is this related, please?

    Wed, December 7 at 10:20 am
  4. Margaret said,

    @Cata, You mean the little wedding florist adjacent to the Durn Good? Nope, they aren’t related. Hansen’s had been in Fremont for 30 years and the only other location has been in Georgetown since 1945.

    Wed, December 7 at 10:22 am

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