Welcome to AllGlassFlowers.com
All Glass Flowers was founded by Trish Reimer and Scott Harter. Trish was looking for a gift to get her mother for her birthday, which would combine her mom's love of gardening and antiques. Since Scott and Trish love to go to flee markets and antique shops, they had huge selection of colored antique glass in all shapes and sizes. That’s when it hit Trish like a ton of bricks...why not make a glass flower for her mom's garden which would always be "blooming". Needless to say it was a hit with her mom and her mom's friends. Since that day, Trish and Scott have been making them for gardeners and antique lovers alike. Now you can get your own glass flower to turn the regular old sun light into something extraordinary!
All Glass Flowers products are available at the following:
Danville Gardens--Champaign, IL and Danville, IL Locations
Wendell Neipagen's Garden Center--Bloomington IL
Stray Cat Art--Galesburg, IL
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This is What our Customers are Saying!
“Scott & Trish are some of the nicest people I have ever met at a flea market. They are just plain fun to talk to, and always so upbeat. There glass flowers truly are works of art, no two are the same that I have seen. Each is like a snowflake, unique and beautiful. I have bought 5 very special pieces for my flower garden from them and will continue to buy from them for years to come."
~ Theresa Sliney of Bloomington, IL
“ Love my NEWEST ADDITIONS to my yard art!!! Can't wait to come see your selection in August!!! Enjoy the photo! Vicky Roberts"
~ (Kane County Flea Market shopper)
“My beautiful sparkling glass flower brightened all my winter days"
~ Anne Boyden of Bloomington, IL
“I absolutely love them -- they are toooo cute!!!
They add great color and charm to my favorite flower bed.
I purchased two orange flowers from you at Springfield, OH May Extravaganza, and the other 4 last fall at Springfield.
My husband wasn’t so sure he’d like them, but we just put them up, and he thinks they look cool."