For over 60 years, Hoover-Fisher Florist has been a successful part of the floral industry. Because of the outstanding level of personal attention given to our customers, what began as a small family business has grown into one of our area’s most well respected florists. Bill Fisher, the second generation of the Fisher family to own and operate the shop and children Allie Salkeld and Mason Fisher, understands their customers’ needs and are committed to making your floral purchases as easy and pleasant as possible.
Our years of research and experience have given us extensive knowledge of the premier flower growers in the world. This enables us to provide the highest quality fresh cut flowers and plants, which are specially arranged by our talented designers. We have confidence in our ability to satisfy any customer’s needs, from the simplest arrangement to the most sophisticated design. This combination of superior products and excellent personnel allows us to guarantee your order, 100%.
However, you are not limited to only flowers and plants here at Hoover-Fisher Florist. Our full scale Gift Shop offers you a large selection of unique items to choose from. Our Sales Associates are known as experts in helping you to select the perfect addition to your home or a gift for any occasion.
- Bill – Owner and President
- Ginger – Owner and Bookkeeper
- Mason – Flower Buyer and Manager
- Allie – Marketing and Sales Manager
- Deborah – Sales Associate
- Laura – Sales Associate
- Mirna – Sales Associate
- Grecia – Floral Design Manager
- Ti Ti – Designer
- Helen – Designer & Sales Associate
- Edwyn – Delivery Driver
- Joe – Delivery Driver
- Logan – Delivery Driver
Hoover-Fisher Florist has been more than just your local florist; we are a family owned and operated business that is proud to support our community in many ways. We give back to our community through various donations to educational programs, elder care programs, medical research and community events. We are also proud members of the Silver Spring and Bethesda Chamber of Commerce.