About Us

 THREE GENERATIONS OF EXPERIENCE

A merging of current trends with classic style and an unchallenged breadth of floral knowledge is what makes Umberto's Flowers so special. Opened by Umberto Marvuglia in 1994, it has become a beloved fixture in the South Surrey/White Rock community. In 2013 the shop was passed on to Umberto's son Angelo Marvuglia and his wife Morgan Greer, both award winning florists, offering over 40 years of experience between them.
With an attention to detail found only from those who's lives are devoted to their craft, the Umberto's Flowers' team strives for perfection and genuinely enjoys the process of personalizing each order, making each design as unique as the people their arrangements celebrate.
Umberto came to Canada from Milan, Italy in 1972. He himself learned the flower trade from his father, Giuseppe, helping him at the market since he was a young boy. Before Umberto's Flowers, Bert owned and operated several different flower shops in the lower mainland of British Columbia and beyond, including Pike Place Market in Seattle, WA and Granville Island, as one of its original vendors.
Today's Umberto's Flowers pays homage to its market-style roots and at any given time of year you'll find the shop full of an array of seasonal BC grown and exotic flowers and greenery. Their friendly staff are happy to combine and arrange their current offerings for you on the spot or sell them as is for your own floral projects. Showcasing flexible design skills, they will artfully interpret your taste, consider the occasion and your budget to create a custom design that is sure to dazzle. 
Though locally renowned for long lasting flowers and fair pricing, it is thoughtful, one of a kind floral creations Umberto's has built its reputation on. Their flowers will enrich any occasion in the way only something prepared with a deep rooted love and inherent understanding of a craft can do.
Voted the Best Flower Shop in the Peninsula both in 2016 and 2017 (The Peace Arch News), once you come to Umberto's you'll understand why.