We specialize in…Helping businesses to impress their clients, Helping men impress their Lady, Helping women impress everyone and Helping flowers impress themselves!

Pushing Petals Flower Shop is the home of the famous "If your name is...". We are located in the trendy Calgary neighbourhood of Hillhurst Sunnyside near Riley Park, just north of Kensington. The century old building has been home to various grocery stores and has proudly been Pushing Petals for over a decade.

At Pushing Petals we pride ourselves in being the best and most creative flower shop in Calgary. We have several samples of the work we do in our portfolio, including weddings, funerals and all-occasion flower arrangements. We deliver within Calgary and the surrounding area and we can also arrange to send flowers for you world-wide.

Stop in to our shop soon to meet us and to see our floral designs with your own eyes. We always have our signature European hand-tides ready for you if you want to pick something up right away. They are hard to resist! Or we can create something for you within about 5 minutes.

We have Free Parking right outside our front door! We accept Visa, MasterCard, Amex and we now also accept Electronic Funds Deposit for our corporate clients!

Our award winning designers would love to do up something for you and your occasion! Call us today!

History of the Building

Pushing Petals Calgary

This two storey frame building was constructed by John R Hunter, who came to Calgary in 1901 and lived in Hillhurst by 1906. He acquired the lot in 1908 and built the house for around $600. Around 1910 he sold the building to a plasterer Theodophilus Thompson. The building has housed different groceries and confectionaries (for example: The Famous Riley Park Grocery & Confectionary and Kim’s Grocery). Before the advent of large-scale supermarkets and household freezers, shopping patterns were based on daily needs and access to the nearest grocery store. The stores in the Hunter Block were once one of the few local small-scale food stores.