Alans Flowers & Plants

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WE ARE OPEN MONDAY - SATURDAY FROM 8AM TO 7PM, SUNDAYS 10AM TO 4PM
  • 2025 E Palmdale Blvd

    Palmdale, CA 93550

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  • 661-272-5925

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I walk in to this shop to buy flowers for a friend and I thought for a minute there I was in a shop in Mexico, the cooler was hot with no refridgeration unit.

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I walk in to this shop to buy flowers for a friend and I thought for a minute there I was in a shop in Mexico, the cooler was hot with no refridgeration unit.

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I cam into town late to attend a funeral service for a close friend.
I stopped in at 3 other florist before stopping at Alan's. I wanted a sympathy spray delivered in less than an hour, Alan's was the only florist that would give me the time of day. The arrangement was beautiful and was there with time to spare. I would highly recommend this florist,

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I cam into town late to attend a funeral service for a close friend.
I stopped in at 3 other florist before stopping at Alan's. I wanted a sympathy spray delivered in less than an hour, Alan's was the only florist that would give me the time of day. The arrangement was beautiful and was there with time to spare. I would highly recommend this florist,

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This story appeared in the Antelope Valley Press on Wednesday, February 21, 2007. By CHARLES F. BOSTWICK Valley Press Managing Editor PALMDALE - Sheriff's detectives are hunting for a Palmdale businessman wanted on felony arrest warrants charging him with vehicle theft and dru* possession. Sheriff's officials asked for the public's help in locating Alan's Flowers/ Desert Florist owner Alan Coon, who they said was charged with possession of methamphetamine and is also accused of refusing to return an SUV to a rental car company. "He's been able to evade us," said Palmdale Sheriff's Station spokesman Deputy Dave Jennings, who distributed Coon's photograph Tuesday to local news media. Coon, 58, has owned Alan's Flowers for 15 years. He is a former Palmdale Chamber of Commerce board member. In 1998 he was among 13 chamber members ousted in a messy chamber schism in which they were accused of harassing chamber staff and other misbehavior. Coon and others challenged the ouster, which they described as motivated by internal chamber politics. Coon is wanted on a no-bail narcotics warrant issued in December as well as a vehicle-theft warrant for $20,000 issued in January, Detective Mark Machanic said. Coon rented a 2006 Saturn Vue on Dec. 8 in Palmdale and was due to return it Dec. 15 but never did, Machanic said. When he went to Coon's East Palmdale Boulevard shop to look for him, Machanic said, the employees told him that Coon wasn't there and that he would drop by from time to time but that they didn't know a telephone number to reach him. Machanic said he has checked residential addresses for Coon, but they've either been old or wrong ones. An employee who answered the flower shop's telephone on Tuesday said Coon was not there and that she would try to get a message to him. Anyone with details on Coon's whereabouts is asked to call the Palmdale Sheriff's Station

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This story appeared in the Antelope Valley Press on Wednesday, February 21, 2007. By CHARLES F. BOSTWICK Valley Press Managing Editor PALMDALE - Sheriff's detectives are hunting for a Palmdale businessman wanted on felony arrest warrants charging him with vehicle theft and dru* possession. Sheriff's officials asked for the public's help in locating Alan's Flowers/ Desert Florist owner Alan Coon, who they said was charged with possession of methamphetamine and is also accused of refusing to return an SUV to a rental car company. "He's been able to evade us," said Palmdale Sheriff's Station spokesman Deputy Dave Jennings, who distributed Coon's photograph Tuesday to local news media. Coon, 58, has owned Alan's Flowers for 15 years. He is a former Palmdale Chamber of Commerce board member. In 1998 he was among 13 chamber members ousted in a messy chamber schism in which they were accused of harassing chamber staff and other misbehavior. Coon and others challenged the ouster, which they described as motivated by internal chamber politics. Coon is wanted on a no-bail narcotics warrant issued in December as well as a vehicle-theft warrant for $20,000 issued in January, Detective Mark Machanic said. Coon rented a 2006 Saturn Vue on Dec. 8 in Palmdale and was due to return it Dec. 15 but never did, Machanic said. When he went to Coon's East Palmdale Boulevard shop to look for him, Machanic said, the employees told him that Coon wasn't there and that he would drop by from time to time but that they didn't know a telephone number to reach him. Machanic said he has checked residential addresses for Coon, but they've either been old or wrong ones. An employee who answered the flower shop's telephone on Tuesday said Coon was not there and that she would try to get a message to him. Anyone with details on Coon's whereabouts is asked to call the Palmdale Sheriff's Station

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We recently had our wedding flowers done by Alan's. They were the most beautiful we had ever seen. If you have a choice of florist, give them a try. You will be a happy camper.

The person writing the bad reviews for this shop has a major problem. The owner of this store was cleared of all charged in this case. False information given to the LA Sheriffs department was what led to the charges being filed and truthful information cleared him of all charges. This is information that was given to me by the clerk at the Antelope Valley court house. So the SICK person that continues to write these bad reviews has a REAL problem.

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We recently had our wedding flowers done by Alan's. They were the most beautiful we had ever seen. If you have a choice of florist, give them a try. You will be a happy camper.

The person writing the bad reviews for this shop has a major problem. The owner of this store was cleared of all charged in this case. False information given to the LA Sheriffs department was what led to the charges being filed and truthful information cleared him of all charges. This is information that was given to me by the clerk at the Antelope Valley court house. So the SICK person that continues to write these bad reviews has a REAL problem.

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I have been shopping at Alan's Flowers for many years and have always found them to be friendly and cheerful. I would never use any other florist. I work night and I find that using there web site is easier for me most of the time.

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I have been shopping at Alan's Flowers for many years and have always found them to be friendly and cheerful. I would never use any other florist. I work night and I find that using there web site is easier for me most of the time.

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Warrants out for florist shop owner allegedly on lam
This story appeared in the Antelope Valley Press on Wednesday, February 21, 2007.
By CHARLES F. BOSTWICK
Valley Press Managing Editor

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PALMDALE - Sheriff's detectives are hunting for a Palmdale businessman wanted on felony arrest warrants charging him with vehicle theft and drug possession.
Sheriff's officials asked for the public's help in locating Alan's Flowers owner Alan Coon, who they said was charged with possession of methamphetamine and is also accused of refusing to return an SUV to a rental car company.

"He's been able to evade us," said Palmdale Sheriff's Station spokesman Deputy Dave Jennings, who distributed Coon's photograph Tuesday to local news media.

Coon, 58, has owned Alan's Flowers for 15 years. He is a former Palmdale Chamber of Commerce board member. In 1998 he was among 13 chamber members ousted in a messy chamber schism in which they were accused of harassing chamber staff and other misbehavior. Coon and others challenged the ouster, which they described as motivated by internal chamber politics.

Coon is wanted on a no-bail narcotics warrant issued in December as well as a vehicle-theft warrant for $20,000 issued in January, Detective Mark Machanic said.

Coon rented a 2006 Saturn Vue on Dec. 8 in Palmdale and was due to return it Dec. 15 but never did, Machanic said.

When he went to Coon's East Palmdale Boulevard shop to look for him, Machanic said, the employees told him that Coon wasn't there and that he would drop by from time to time but that they didn't know a telephone number to reach him.

Machanic said he has checked residential addresses for Coon, but they've either been old or wrong ones.

An employee who answered the flower shop's telephone on Tuesday said Coon was not there and that she would try to get a message to him.

Coon is described as white, 6 feet, 1 inch tall and about 185 pounds. The Saturn Vue he is accused of stealing is silver with Nevada license plates, Machanic said.

Anyone with details on Coon's whereabouts is asked to call the Palmdale Sheriff's Station at (661) 272-2400.

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Warrants out for florist shop owner allegedly on lam
This story appeared in the Antelope Valley Press on Wednesday, February 21, 2007.
By CHARLES F. BOSTWICK
Valley Press Managing Editor

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PALMDALE - Sheriff's detectives are hunting for a Palmdale businessman wanted on felony arrest warrants charging him with vehicle theft and drug possession.
Sheriff's officials asked for the public's help in locating Alan's Flowers owner Alan Coon, who they said was charged with possession of methamphetamine and is also accused of refusing to return an SUV to a rental car company.

"He's been able to evade us," said Palmdale Sheriff's Station spokesman Deputy Dave Jennings, who distributed Coon's photograph Tuesday to local news media.

Coon, 58, has owned Alan's Flowers for 15 years. He is a former Palmdale Chamber of Commerce board member. In 1998 he was among 13 chamber members ousted in a messy chamber schism in which they were accused of harassing chamber staff and other misbehavior. Coon and others challenged the ouster, which they described as motivated by internal chamber politics.

Coon is wanted on a no-bail narcotics warrant issued in December as well as a vehicle-theft warrant for $20,000 issued in January, Detective Mark Machanic said.

Coon rented a 2006 Saturn Vue on Dec. 8 in Palmdale and was due to return it Dec. 15 but never did, Machanic said.

When he went to Coon's East Palmdale Boulevard shop to look for him, Machanic said, the employees told him that Coon wasn't there and that he would drop by from time to time but that they didn't know a telephone number to reach him.

Machanic said he has checked residential addresses for Coon, but they've either been old or wrong ones.

An employee who answered the flower shop's telephone on Tuesday said Coon was not there and that she would try to get a message to him.

Coon is described as white, 6 feet, 1 inch tall and about 185 pounds. The Saturn Vue he is accused of stealing is silver with Nevada license plates, Machanic said.

Anyone with details on Coon's whereabouts is asked to call the Palmdale Sheriff's Station at (661) 272-2400.

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