Sunday, June 14, 2015

To Think that I Saw it on Broadway!


I was walking on Broadway sometime in the last few weeks and this pretty truck caught my eye. I thought it was some very attractive new food truck, but as I got closer I could see it was not the usual at all. It was New York City's first flower truck, from Uprooted. Not in the market for flowers that evening I didn't chat about prices, but I definitely found it photo-worthy.

A closer look into the interior of the truck and bouquets.
 
 
I loved the artwork and the names for the bouquets
 
A little edit here: Blogger was acting up yesterday, so I'm back on Monday with a few edits and larger photos. 
 
 
As ever, thanks for stopping by and wishes for a merry Monday!
 


17 comments:

TARYTERRE said...

What a fascinating truck. Definitely would brighten someone's day. Love it.

Mildred said...

Hi Carol, Oh how pretty! I would have been thrilled to see this. Wishing you a nice evening.

Mevely317 said...

Love it when folks think outside the box... Truly, I hope they've much success!

Starting Over, Accepting Changes - Maybe said...

It looks like a truck that I saw in Santa Cruz CA a few years ago. It was not unusual to see something like that out there, but I am sure that a flower truck on Broadway turned many heads. What fun!

Annesphamily said...

A cheerful find! I hope they have great success! A sweet share, thank you! Enjoy your week!

Terra said...

What an artistic flower truck.

Sola Scriptura said...

What a great idea. I can just imagine how lovely the inside of that truck smells!

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

That truck is a day brightener for sure ! I've never seen a flower truck before but would visit that one ! Happy Monday !

Kerin said...

OK, that is just cool!
I've seen food trucks, and ice cream truck, but none so 'happy' as a flower truck!

~K.

peggy said...

We loved seeing the flower truck.my daughter is visiting me and we would like to have a flower truck.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

A fresh flower truck! What a fun idea! When I was a child a similar looking truck that was all green ( but no flower decorations) would slowly ride up and down the streets in my Brooklyn neighborhood. It was a grinder. Housewives would bring out their knives and scissors to be sharpened, men would bring out the old fashioned push grass cutter to get them sharpened. That grinder did this toute for decades!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

A fresh flower truck! What a fun idea! When I was a child a similar looking truck that was all green ( but no flower decorations) would slowly ride up and down the streets in my Brooklyn neighborhood. It was a grinder. Housewives would bring out their knives and scissors to be sharpened, men would bring out the old fashioned push grass cutter to get them sharpened. That grinder did this toute for decades!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

A fresh flower truck! What a fun idea! When I was a child a similar looking truck that was all green ( but no flower decorations) would slowly ride up and down the streets in my Brooklyn neighborhood. It was a grinder. Housewives would bring out their knives and scissors to be sharpened, men would bring out the old fashioned push grass cutter to get them sharpened. That grinder did this toute for decades!

Lynda said...

How much fun is that!!!! It looks like a happy - - almost hippie - - - truck but it is memorable. If people like their work and prices, they will be easy to spot.

Susie said...

Buttercup, You know I love any photo you can post about your wonderful city. I love that truck. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

Saleslady371 said...

Indeed, that truck was photo worthy! Very creative and makes you stop and look! Was it Blogger acting up? Here I thought it was my computer!

Maggid said...

So beautiful! A little more lovely in the world and I Like It.