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Flowers at the Depot
10 Muzzey St, Lexington, MA 02421
Flowers at the Depot has been in business at 10 Muzzey St. in Lexington Center for over 10 years and in Lexington for 40More years. They offer a wide array of flowers and plants, including beautiful custom-made flower arrangements. Among the most popular items are spring bouquets and orchid plants. The shop is known for its selection of unusual flowers, including Cymbidium orchids.
Cricket's Corner
229 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA 02420
In business since 1981, Cricket's Corner is located on Massachusetts Avenue near the Lexington-Arlington line. TheMore store specializes in providing unusual, unique gifts. These include Dutch Exotic flowers and Wildflowers. It is also an expert in fruit and gourmet gift baskets. Cricket's buy their flowers direct from the farmers so they last longer. The store supports several local charities through their "neighbor to neighbor" program. When a local non-profit places an order with them and agrees to refer business to them, Cricket's tracks these referrals and donates part of the proceeds back to the charity.
Westview Cemetery
520 Bedford St, Lexington, MA 02420

Located on the Bedford-Lexington line, Westview is a fully modern cemetery owned and operated by the Town ofMore Lexington. Burial rates and fees are set by the Lexington Board of Selectmen. The Department of Public Works has also established guidelines for the placement of flowers and flags.


Busa Farms
52 Lowell St, Lexington, MA 02420
Busa Farms opened in 1919. It has been in business since 1971 under the present owner. It sells gourmet and heirloomMore produce and flowers. It is part of the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. Ask them for more information.
Wilson Farm
10 Pleasant St, Lexington, MA 02421
Wilson Farms on Pleasant Street has been "growing since 1884." A local staple, this is not your average grocery store.More While small when compared to other grocery stores, Wilson Farm offers a very diverse array of products. What's more impressive is how it takes local to a new level. It's one thing to have an on-site bakery, but how many grocery stores have a florist department stocked with beautiful plants and flowers grown in its own greenhouse? How many stock-eggs are hatched in its own chicken coop?It is also very family-friendly, offering children farm tours and family fun events.
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