Wild Honey Flower Studio – In the Shop

Drew and (dog) Zella posing with the Wild Honey Flower Truck.
Photography by Mary Fehr

To hear Drew and Megan Templeton tell the story, it was pure destiny that Rosie, the Wild Honey Flower Truck, would one day be theirs.

When he came upon a flower truck parked outside the Pizitz Food Hall a few years ago, Drew stopped by to purchase blooms for his bride.

As soon as Megan learned where he’d bought the flowers, she researched the business, fell in love with the concept, and set her sights on making it her own. Fast-forward to 2020 when that dream came true as Drew and Megan purchased the 1963 Ford Econoline and flower business for themselves. The couple takes “Rosie” and her locally-sourced blooms to public and private events around town. Don’t worry—if you can’t catch Rosie, you can visit their new brick-and-mortar store (Wild Honey Flower Studio) in Avondale for flowers, gifts, and more.

IG: @WildHoneyFlowerTruckwildhoneyflowertruck.com

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Christiana Roussel

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