PHOTOS: Flowers By Terry Now Open at Caste Village

You can find Terry's between Supercuts and Miss Saigon Nail Salon.

After spending nearly 40 years as a florist in nearby Pleasant Hills Borough, Terry Unger has brought her expertise to Whitehall Borough in the form of a new shop—Flowers By Terry—which can be found at Caste Village between Supercuts and Miss Saigon Nail Salon.

"I have had the pleasure of designing many of your weddings, prom flowers, special events and family funerals over the years and consider my customers to be my friends," Unger wrote in a letter to some of her best clients and friends before the grand opening of Flowers By Terry this past weekend.

The Baldwin-Whitehall Patch stopped by the new shop during its grand opening and snapped a few photos. Take a look at the media gallery above to see some of the flowers and other items available at the shop.

"Our goal is to give you the best possible quality at a reasonable price," the shop's website states. "We want to hear your ideas and create the perfect floral gift for you. We prefer to have a personal relationship with our customers and let you customize your arrangements.

"Impersonal, Internet-based florists do not let you do that."

For more information, you can contact Flowers By Terry at 412-884-0800.


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Sasafras Jackson February 04, 2013 at 09:16 PM
Good luck to you, my fellow White-heads! Disclaimer: White-head is a term Uncle Helix uses to describe friends who live in the Whitehall community. One can now be ready for a hot date with a vengeance! Go to Supercuts and get your hair did, then to the nail salon for a mani/pedi depending on gender, and then finally off to Terry to put together a fantasmic display of flowers for he/she. As Mama Jack Use to lovingly say, “I will swing y weaves to that all day long!” haha…lol…
iluvtosing1982 February 06, 2013 at 03:38 AM
You guys are great. My husband bought me a bouquet tonight for taking care of him this weekend when he was sick. Beautiful. Thanks so much!


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