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[[Image:Nortons florist.jpg|right|thumb|200px|Norton's Florist on 22nd Street South. Photographed April 22, 2006]]
 
'''Norton's Florist''' is Birmingham's largest full-service florist, established in [[1921]] with four locations in town. The main location is at 401 [[22nd Street South]] in a building formerly occupied by [[Chip Ellis Motorcars]]. It was recently relocated from [[7th Avenue South]] in [[Lakeview]]. Other locations are at [[Inverness Landing]], [[Church Street]] in [[Mountain Brook]], and the [[AmSouth Harbert Plaza]]. Norton's is owned by [[Gus Pappas]].
 
'''Norton's Florist''' is Birmingham's largest full-service florist, established in [[1921]] with four locations in town. The main location is at 401 [[22nd Street South]] in a building formerly occupied by [[Chip Ellis Motorcars]]. It was recently relocated from [[7th Avenue South]] in [[Lakeview]]. Other locations are at [[Inverness Landing]], [[Church Street]] in [[Mountain Brook]], and the [[AmSouth Harbert Plaza]]. Norton's is owned by [[Gus Pappas]].
  

Revision as of 20:46, 10 May 2006

Norton's Florist on 22nd Street South. Photographed April 22, 2006

Norton's Florist is Birmingham's largest full-service florist, established in 1921 with four locations in town. The main location is at 401 22nd Street South in a building formerly occupied by Chip Ellis Motorcars. It was recently relocated from 7th Avenue South in Lakeview. Other locations are at Inverness Landing, Church Street in Mountain Brook, and the AmSouth Harbert Plaza. Norton's is owned by Gus Pappas.

On March 24, 2006 a 30 foot tall steel sculpture of a calla lily was installed in front of the main location on 22nd Street South. The statue was created by Wade Bradberry of Heirloom Ironworks and installed by One Source Signs.

Reference

  • "The spring's biggest bloom." Birmingham News. March 25, 2006. p. 1B

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