Why I didn’t have to wear a scarf to the Burbank Flower Shop
The flower shop on Burbank Boulevard in Burbank, California, has long been the go-to place for the city’s growing population of Latino and Asian Americans.
Now, it’s closed.
But what about the flowers that came with the deal?
The shop, in a busy downtown area, was known for its large selection of traditional and imported flowers, but some residents are taking to social media to complain about the loss of the flower shop.
It’s been so long since I have seen the flower room.
I think it’s been a few years, but I remember seeing the flower show up there when I was growing up in Burrito Town.
I didn�t know what to do with it.
So I have been on social media trying to get it back.
So many flowers and it was just not enough for me.
I just wanted to see the show and be a part of it, said resident Angelica Gutierrez.
The shop was closed at the end of June, but the owner, Rosella Saldana, said that was only temporary.
Saldania said that she has tried to sell the shop to the city, but that no one has come forward.
I would love to have a shop like this in the city.
We are all very passionate about this place, she said.
I want it to stay here.
The flower show, Saldanas family has maintained, was meant to be a fun, family-friendly event.
Saldeas grandmother, Rosalina Gomez, is also trying to bring the shop back to life.
But, she admits, she�s lost hope.
She said she and her family have been trying to reopen the flower garden and hoped that one day it would reopen.
But she has been unable to get the city to buy the property for the project.
The owner of the Burrito town flower shop, Roseella Saldas family, says they hope to reopen their shop someday.
She also said that if she does get the money, she hopes to reopen it someday.
The Burrito Flower Shop in Burrelltown is open to the public for flower displays.
The shop is located at 1615 W. Burbank Blvd., Burbank.
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