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  • Nancy's Floral
  • 503-716-4971
  • 620 NE Burnside Rd Gresham, OR 97030 Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm Saturday 9:00am - 3:00pm Sunday Closed

About us

Nancy’s Floral is a full service florist and gift shop in Gresham, Oregon that has been serving the greater Portland metro area for over 30 years. Our creative designs and professional service have been the keys to our success. Nancy’s Floral stocks a diverse variety of fresh flowers that arrive from local growers and exotic locations daily. We specialize in wedding and event decorating as well as floral tributes for funerals and memorials. Nancy's Floral also offers a wide selection of gift items, eastern European crystal, quality collectibles & figurines, scented candles, plush animals, singing balloons, greeting cards and much more. Start shopping online here, give your local Portland, Oregon florist a call (503) 716-4971, or contact us online.


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Serving the Portland Metro area for over 40 years

Excellent quality, creative design, professional service