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Image credit: Jolly Bureau for Petit Jardin en Ville.
The French florist of your pink peony-picking fantasies is coming to Old City next week. Owned by Vincent and Claudia Roux, Petit Jardin En Ville will take over Three Sirens's 700-square-foot former home at 134 North Third Street. "Our aesthetic is lush and garden like," they tell us. "We want the customer to feel transported to a fleuriste Parisien."
In addition to a full menu of floral design services, Petit Jardin En Ville will offer garden pots, furniture, tools, and vases, plus one-of-a-kind linens, illustrations, and candles, all imported from France, of course. We're also told the shop has plans to host design classes, so you can transform your Philly pad into a Parisian pied-à-terre. Stop by to smell the roses when the Petit Jarden En Ville opens May 2.
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