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Who we are

Our plant and floral boutique stores were founded with a simple but important goal: to bring back traditions and blend them with latest technology and cutting edge modern interior plantscaping and floral design. We are committed to providing a sophisticated elegance that is guaranteed to make your event, personal occasion, or wedding something truly special.

First Red Square Flowers store was first established in December 2012 in Fitchburg WI. Since then we have been relocated into Madison WI downtown in August 2015 and are happy to join capitol area businesses.

 

 

 

Our mission and philosophy

Our mission is to design stunning floral and plant displays featured in unique vessels and planters with highest attention to a detail and quality. We do not work with any national wire service companies which help us to stay loyal to our local market. We are proud to introduce Madison to a fresh, outside of the box mentality that blends modern trends with the traditions of the old world.

Everything we do is set to the highest and finest quality and service standards. Every detail matters as a principal rule at Red Square Flowers. Our moto: when unique and thoughtful matters, says it all. 

About the owner

Red Square Flowers owner, Alina Poletskova, has been passionate about flora and fauna since her childhood. Growing up, she used to help her grandparent’s at their farm in the remote Russian village to grow crops and flowers, fruits and vegetables. Back then it was all done the old fashion way, by hand using simple hand held tools and no extensive machinery.

Later in life, Alina graduated with a mechanical engineering degree before immigrating to the United States. She spent a year in Netherlands learning the finest floral techniques and mechanics as well as plantscaping artistry.

Red Square Flowers features flowers, plants and planters that comes directly from California, Costa Rica, Hawaii, Ecuador and Holland. 

As Alina says, “Every time I walked into any florist shop I had the feeling of tranquility and peace. It was mesmerizing. The fragrance of the flowers, moss and organic soil. I felt that I have some kind of connection to living plants and now I realize what it was. My passion for nature, colors, textures, art, architecture and the desire to bring people closer to their beginnings. It is a tradition in Europe to bring fresh flowers or a plant with a visit to a friend or a party. Sincerely and from the bottom of their hearts.”