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<p>Twig blossomed quickly. Originally opened in 2005 on Tremont Street in the South End by owner Lou Whitney, the shop has a new Beacon Hill location which opened less than a year ago.</p>

Twig blossomed quickly. Originally opened in 2005 on Tremont Street in the South End by owner Lou Whitney, the shop has a new Beacon Hill location which opened less than a year ago.


“I didn’t intend necessarily to open a flower shop, but after looking around the neighborhood a little, I thought a flower shop would be ideal,” Whitney says. “I wanted to come up with a name that was really sort of contemporary and very straight-forward and would make people smile, so I came up with the name Twig and about three weeks later I was in business.”


Whether you’re looking for birthday gifts, adornments for home, a get-well-soon wish or just a random act of kindness, Twig provides all of the above.


In addition to offering arguably the best fresh-cut flowers and plants in all of Boston, the shop prides itself on being affordable while maintaining the high-end quality they demand in their flowers.


“Twig really is different from the average florists in the fact that we choose to only deal with higher-end flowers to begin with,” Whitney says.



Twig

83 Charles St., Boston

617-292-8944 x802

www.twigboston.com

 
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