Crimson & Clover accepts the responsibility we have as a local business. The majority of our fresh cut flowers and potted plants come from local organic growers and Veriflora-certified farms. We also offer a Vase Recycling Program. We graciously accept any vases, baskets, and other containers in exchange for a complimentary bouquet.
We stand by our guarantee of freshness and offer complimentary replacements as needed. If you find that your flowers do not hold up for at least 3 days after purchase, please let us know right away so that we may replace them.*
*Please note this does not include Friday Happy Hour purchases, as those are older stems sold at a discounted price.
Amy McManus, owner
Amy opened Crimson & Clover in 2003, after a brief, but informative dive into the floral industry just three years earlier. Her passion for flowers and how much they not only affect a space but people and their emotions so directly helped make Crimson & Clover a recognized name in the industry. She lives with her husband, Jerome, Benjamin the cat, and adorable pup, Ruby (#RubyRoostein). She is a foodie who loves to travel and enjoy time with her beloved friends.
Alyse Crumley, floral manager
Alyse oversees all of our daily operations at the shop and produces most of the gorgeous designs that leave our store. She certainly keeps us running as a well-oiled machine. Her artistic eye for design and laid-back sense of humor make her super fun to work with, we always love seeing what innovative designs she comes up with! She moved from a small town in Virginia to join our team in 2015, and hasn’t looked back.
The newest to our team, Cara is probably the first smiling face you will be greeted with at Crimson & Clover. Assisting Amy and Alyse as needed, Cara is curating her own design style. She left the corporate world not too long ago to spread her wings and learn the trade as a floral designer. Her innate artistic abilities have given her an advantage in quickly growing into a talented young designer.