• (617) 242-2124
  • 211 Main Street Charlestown, MA 02129
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Orders placed before noon EST will be delivered the same day. We are a small shop in a big city and deliver in our super fun Junebug van. Due to seasonality and weather we sometimes must make floral substitutions but promise you will love everything that goes out our door. Have questions? We are always a phone call away at 617-242-2124!

Main Street Classic

VALENTINE'S DAY ARRANGEMENTS FOR PICK UP ONLY. Nothing says Valentine’s Day like a dozen red roses! Adorned with trailing eucalyptus.


The Bartlett

Muted tones make up this sophisticated arrangement for the modern recipient. Blush roses, dreamy seeded eucalyptus, and other florals gathered in a chic white vase.



A beautiful arrangement inspired by the winter season! Blues, whites, and grays come together beautifully in a 5" white glass cylinder. Blooms like hydrangea, freesia, lisianthus, and delphinium fill this lovely piece.



Inspired by a real life snowball, this crisp arrangement of all white favorites is sure to be a hit! Flowers like roses, freesia, lisianthus, and anemones complete this lovely arrangement. Designed in a 5" white glass cylinder.


The Union Classic

Junebug's fresh take on a dozen roses, these red roses are adorned by dusty miller and are the perfect gift for a special occasion.


The Prospect

A pop of pink to brighten you up during this cold winter! Lush roses, beautiful lisianthus, and other seasonal flowers complete this look.


The Caldwell

A fun blend of cool tones and bright colors come together for a vibrant collection! Floral like scabiosa, roses, and hydrangea make up this great piece.


The Beacham

This arrangement features cool tones to match the weather outside! White hydrangea, roses, and gorgeous greens are presented in a classic pedestal vase.

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