Fresh Face: Central Market Flowers

Central Market Flowers on Queen is the newest addition to the Perfect Pots locations.

Fresh Face

Central Market Flowers on Queen is the newest addition to the Perfect Pots locations. Laura Lapp, the owner, is excited to expand and offer new services while staying true to the quality customers have come to expect. Lapp started her business from her garage, making custom container gardens for family and friends, but word spread, and Lapp watched Perfect Pots grow into a company with five locations!

Lapp credits the growth of her business to quality work and quality service. “We’ve grown our business by putting out excellent products and then taking genuine care of our customers because we sincerely want to build lasting relationships with them.” The business owner knew they needed to expand and told her team to keep their eyes open. The perfect location needed to be close to Central Market because that was the center of their operation. They also needed a space to design products for weddings and large events, so when one of her staff members told her about the “For Rent” sign in the beautiful window at the corner of Queen and Walnut, Lapp acted immediately.

The building has been a flower shop for over 30 years, and Lapp is proud to continue the legacy of providing flowers, plants, and floral designs. “I feel fortunate to be a part of this world where everything we make is not just for the art itself but for the joy it brings after we create it.” The Perfect Pots’ tagline is: spreading happiness with flowers. The new location gives Lapp and her staff even more room to design and create products that help joy bloom all over the city.

If you want to add a little more happiness to your day, you can visit Perfect Pots’ newest location or visit their website You can also follow them on Instagram @perfectpots and

Visit their other locations too!

  • Strasburg Greenhouse
  • Kitchen Kettle Village
  • Lancaster Central Market
  • King Street

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