Oz Garden is a veritable jewel of flowers and poetry nestled in the prettiest square in Paris: Place de Furstemberg.
A country atmosphere in Paris
In the heart of the Saint-Germain des Près district, just next to the pretty Delacroix Museum, the small Place Furstemberg offers a delightful flowery address as we like them. There, among the first peonies of spring, the blooming hydrangeas, the delicate buttercups, the luminous anemones and the monumental prunus branches that colonize the shop, a refined country atmosphere hovers.
Flowers from artisan producers
Oz Garden is the florist adjoining the high-end decoration boutique Flamant rue de l’Abbaye, a stone’s throw from the Saint-Germain-des-Prés church. Majestic mirror, small aluminum pots, bouquets wrapped in craft paper and lantern-style lights give the environment a magical atmosphere. Cécile, the mistress of the place, exercised her talents with great Parisian florists such as Eric Chauvin before taking care of Oz Garden where the flowers offered come from real artisan producers.