ABOUT

"At each event people coveted his creations so much, people were trying to make arrangements just after arriving, to take them home"!
                    - Bill Cliatt, FIDM Alumni Relations Director

"One person bought all the numbers in the raffle to make sure they won a centerpiece! That tells you how popular they were".

- Nancy Nevil, Indian Wells, CA

George's Garden | Los Angeles, is a full service Event & Floral Design company based in of course sunny SoCal (Los Angeles, CA) servicing the Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Malibu & Pasadena Areas. Along with the desert: Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, and Indian Wells. 

​George serves as the current in-house florist for a prestigious country club in the Los Angeles area, various Douglas Emmett offices in Beverly Hills, All Saint’s Episcopal Church in Beverly Hills. St. James Episcopal Church in Los Angeles, St. John Cathedral, and Aviron Pictures

 

 Los Angeles native,  Jorge or George (which ever you'd like to go by) has been creating masterful works of art for the past 12 years.

 

 He is a success story of his teacher, personal friend & florist to Hollywood's elite Marc Byrd. With the help of Marc, George quickly learned the concepts of creating not just arrangements but personal touches of art. (A special thanks to George's mother & aunt for introducing him to Marc).

He attended FIDM (The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising) in Los Angeles, CA. It was there where he decided to start George’s Garden. With a little encouragement of his dear friend Leslie Rojas (whom happened to dream of George’s Garden on one summer night in her sleep. Thanks Leslie! xo).

 

George draws inspiration from old world and new world styles of floral arranging. He picks unique, fun, and "romantic" flowers for each of his clients. Making sure that each time they're not just satisfied, but in complete awe of what they're presented with.

"George Martinez is the floral equivalent of having a personal tailor".

- Shannon Dunne, LACC