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Where is the nearest florist to Reading train station?
April 2, 2012 12:21 PM   Subscribe

Are there any good florists in Reading (near the railway station)?

I appreciate this sort of thing is available on the web, but I find that Google Maps results cannot really be trusted (after being sent to Costa's regional distribution warehouse in South London after searching for somewhere to get a coffee). Also, searching for businesses on Google tends to get you results for whoever paid the most money - and most of them tend to be directories with no real information in them.

What I'm looking for is for someone to say "Yep, this place exists, I pass it on the way to work and it's five minutes' walk from the railways station.

See, I'm meeting my girlfriend on Sunday who is a skiing holiday with all of her female friends at the moment. I'd like to surprise her with a nice bouquet of flowers when she gets off the train, but I'm not familiar with Reading, so I don't want to leave this to chance.
posted by dougrayrankin to Grab Bag (4 answers total)
 
Green Parlour Florist got 22 reviews with a 5-star average rating on google.

Address:
12 High St
Pangbourne, Reading, Reading, West Berkshire
0118 984 4000
posted by mild deer at 1:38 PM on April 2, 2012


You can buy nice flowers in the Marks and Spencers inside the train station. There are often florists outside on Saturday, or if you walk into town there is a florist on Broad Street by Cath Kidson.
posted by ellieBOA at 2:29 PM on April 2, 2012


mild deer, the Green Parlour is over five miles from the station...
posted by dougrayrankin at 3:33 PM on April 2, 2012


The Broad Street one is here about 7 minutes walk from the station, and although expensive (I think so, anyway) does have some nice flowers sometimes.
posted by cromagnon at 5:11 AM on April 3, 2012


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