Who's Harley? He's our adorable West Highland White Terrier and the official Floral Guru at Jolly Lane. Each month Harley highlights the arrangements that offer the best bang for your buck with the freshest seasonal flowers and the most vibrant blossoms. Whether you're having a ruff day or you just want to unleash a little beauty into the world, check out Harley's Picks today!
Vibrant orange Gerbera daisies and carnations and green chrysanthemums in an orange glass cube.
Country charm in a pink mason jar featuring dusty miller, pink carnations and roses.
Gerbera daisies, lily, roses, carnations and stock arranged in a glass vase with curly willow.
Gerbera daisies, carnations and daisy mums arranged in a glass vase with ribbon accents.
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From elegant floral arrangements and blooming house plants, to festive balloons and specialty gift baskets, our Rapid City florists can help you find the perfect gift for that ‘special someone’ in your life.
Choose from a wide selection of pre-arranged, seasonal floral bouquets and gifts, or let our Rapid City florists design a custom flower arrangement or specialty gift basket. At Jolly Lane Floral, you’ll find a quality that can’t be matched by any of the other flower shops in Rapid City, SD.
Don't live in town? Simply can't get away to deliver the flowers yourself? Jolly Lane Floral offers same day floral delivery to the surrounding area—even for those that are miles away.
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Memorial Day is much more than a day off from work, it is a time for all of us to reflect on those who have fought and died to protect our freedom.
Traditionally, the graves of those who served in the military, and or died in the line of duty through the police, fire, or other civil service position are marked with flowers and an American Flag. These gestures are a reminder to ourselves and others, that some gave all in an effort to protect our country and freedom.
While many may think of barbeques or a long weekend spent on the lake, Memorial Day, has a much deeper meaning than that. Memorial Day was created after the Civil War, and was first called Decoration Day. It served as a time to decorate the grave sites of the fallen soldiers from the Civil War. Now Memorial Day, is a holiday to observe the loss of those soldiers who have given the ultimate sacrifice for our country: their life.