VIOLET GARDEN opened in 2005 .
Violet Garden formerly Eufloria was honored to earn the distinction of Best of 2007, 2008, and 2009 by Savannah Magazine.
VIOLET GARDEN today has evolved and grown to include a successful landscape design business in addition to their European inspired boutique, featuring Magnolia Pearl , Violet Gardens private label and other hand made clothing and jewelry.
Trained originally as a painter and sculptor, the designers love of flowers and organic medium led her to Chicago to attend The Floral Art Institute. She has actively worked for over 20 years as a floral artist planning private parties, business events, weddings and bar/bat mitzvahs. The work has appeared in films such as “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil” and “The Legend of Bagger Vance”. In addition, she continues to be the florist of choice for many films and TV shows shot in Savannah including “Forces of Nature”, “Wild America”, “Gingerbread Man” and “The General’s Daughter” among others. She has had the pleasure of designing flowers on Malcom Forbe's sumptous yacht the Highlander. Most recently, she worked with David Tutera, the event planner to the stars, on Paula Deen’s “Paula’s Party” for the Food Network.
The VIOLET GARDEN landscape design business has grown from a love of beautiful container gardens. We have a master gardener who was featured in the June 2007 issue of Savannah Magazine. She brings her own creative flair to Savannah’s gardens, terraces, rooftops and penthouses from the historical district to the waterfront and marshview vistas of the islands. The specialty is utilizing perennials in containers and gardens to develop a beautiful garden that grows each year. The notoriety earned for their unique floral arrangements is now put to use by them in making garden spaces for clients in the “VIOLET GARDEN” style. Her work was recently highlighted in a photo shoot for Metropolitan Home Magazine and Chicago Real Estate Today.