The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

Florist announces her future plans


To The Eagle:

It’s been quite a couple of months to say the least. I hope you all have been staying safe and healthy. I’ve missed seeing all of your friendly faces, and can’t wait to get back to doing what I love.

While my business has been shut down I had the opportunity to evaluate my business and many of you have been wondering what my plans were.

Well, I wanted to announce that Daisy Chain Floral is moving to a new private location. I am not going anywhere. I will continue to provide the same floral services as before, just without the store front.

To me, it’s a perfect and exciting opportunity in my career to expand my business. Instead of being in one place I can be available to do more for my customers and my community. I have enrolled myself in the Master Gardener program to gain more knowledge for my passion of flowers and plants and also to be a local resource for all your gardening, landscaping, and plant needs.

I also hope to begin growing rare and special varieties of plants and flowers to sell and use in my floral designs. I’m excited about the next phase in my business and life and look forward to working with and seeing you soon.

Thank you so much for your support! Please keep checking for updates on Facebook for the official launch date and other important info. I’m also working on an online store to make shopping easy. I’m hoping to be open by July, so we are working hard on the new space and are currently in the process of moving.

Please stay tuned!

Thank you,

Nicole Emery

Daisy Chain Floral


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