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Los Angeles Original Flower Market: A virtual visit via slide show

If you like fresh flowers--and who doesn't?--you'll enjoy this virtual visit to the Original Los Angeles Flower Market in the Flower District--a bit of heaven in the City of Angels. Open to the public for limited hours, this enormous, solar-powered market bustles with vendors offering fresh blossoms of every type and color.

Professionals and the general public alike may purchase flowers at the market. You'll find great values!
Colleen Smith for Friday Jones Publishing

"Most of them come from within about two hours away," said a vendor.

Founded in 1921, the market traffics in fresh flowers of California, as well as imports.

Primarily for wholesalers, the market is a treat for the senses. You can purchase flowers, as well as twigs and branches, bark, seed heads, cones, and just about any other product from the plant kingdom. In addition, you'll find a wide assortment of vases and containers to arrange flowers, ribbons and other flower-arranging supplies.

If you plan to visit, check out the details at the website of the Original Los Angeles Flower Market.

But if you can't make it to the Original Los Angeles Flower Market in person, check out the slide show for a virtual visit.

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Colleen Smith writes from and gardens in Denver, Colorado. She's been a longtime regular contributor to The Denver Post, Colorado Expression, Sunset Magazine, and other publications.

• Colleen Smith's gift book "Laid-Back Skier" makes a charming gift! This whimsical, inspirational book features original illustrations of ski bunnies and encouragement for life's ups and downs.

Watch "Laid-Back Skier's" brief YouTube video here.

• Colleen Smith’s first novel, “Glass Halo”—a finalist for the 2010 Santa Fe Literary Prize — is available in hardcover or e—book.

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