One of the oldest flower shops in the area has recently moved to downtown Roy. Great-grandmother Hattie helped her family survive the Great Depression with her dugout greenhouse, selling beautiful fruits, vegetables, and flowers. Last year, Gibby Floral was brought under the Botanicals Family of Businesses, which had been founded by her granddaughter, Nicole.
Gibby Floral is now located in the shopping center to the east of Harmons (5360 S. 1900 W. Suite B-7). You will find a dazzling assortment of truly creative floral arrangements.
They promise same-day flower delivery for all local orders (Clearfield, Eden, Hooper, Huntsville, Kaysville, Layton, Morgan, Ogden, Roy, and Syracuse) placed before 10 a.m. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed.
Gibby Floral offers a wide range of roses, plants, dish gardens, gourmet/fruit gift baskets, and exotic flowers. Favorites include succulent garden planters and the wide variety of wedding bouquets. If you’re looking to spoil a loved one, treat your own table, or celebrate a holiday or new baby, consider one of their many lovely bouquets and centerpiece arrangements. In times of sympathy, you’ll find their casket sprays, standing floral sprays, and vase arrangements to be beautifully and thoughtfully created.
Visit their website at gibbyfloral.com or call 801-392-8522 to order.
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