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  • Soderberg's Floral and Gift
  • (612) 724-3606
  • 3305 East Lake Street
    Minneapolis, MN 55406
    United States
    Mon - Fri: 8AM to 6:30PM
    Sat: 8AM to 5PM
    Sun: 10AM to 3PM

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Soderberg's Floral and Gift, a local Minneapolis florist has served the Minneapolis area since 1925. Soderberg's Floral reputation is built on its dedication to customer service, quality and value. Soderberg's Floral and Gift is ready to help you send the freshest, most beautiful flowers in Minneapolis.

Soderberg's Floral and Gift offers hundreds of special occasion floral arrangements. Send birthday or anniversary greetings, get well wishes or let someone special know you're thinking of them! The professional floral designers at Soderberg's Floral and Gift specialize in creating memorable wedding flowers, touching sympathy displays and custom floral centerpieces for a wide range of special events.

Soderberg's Floral and Gift delivers exceptional live flowering and non-flowering plants year-round. Send a lovely live gift by itself or in an elegant European-style dish garden. Our flowering plants are delivered in full bloom and are guaranteed to be healthy upon receipt. You can also count on Soderberg's Floral and Gift for all of your seasonal flower needs. Ask us to design a fresh, fragrant wreath any time of the year or browse our selection of silk and dried flowers!

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Tulips Bookmark- Electro-plated Giclee Print

$13.99
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The tulip or Tulipa the Latin version of the Arabic for €œturban is native to turkey and the middle east.  Introduced to the west by Ogier ghiselin de busbecq, ambassador of the holy roman empire to Suleiman the magnificent, who saw them growing on his way to Constantinople in 1554. solid brass, electro-plated with non-tarnishing silver finish, giclee print dimensions: approx. 1 w x 4.50 l packaged in an acetate sleeve with provenance card.

Made in United States of America

 

 

The tulip or Tulipa the Latin version of the Arabic for €œturban is native to turkey and the middle east.  Introduced to the west by Ogier ghiselin de busbecq, ambassador of the holy roman empire to Suleiman the magnificent, who saw them growing on his way to Constantinople in 1554. solid brass, electro-plated with non-tarnishing silver finish, giclee print dimensions: approx. 1 w x 4.50 l packaged in an acetate sleeve with provenance card.

Made in United States of America