Cape Gazette

Georgetown's Forever Blooming Florist cuts ribbon

Nov 21, 2012
Photo by: Steven Billups

Forever Blooming Florist, located at 608 E. Market St. in Georgetown, cut the ribbon at its establishment Nov. 16 in a ceremony sponsored by the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce.

Forever Blooming is a full service florist for weddings, funerals and any special occasions. Owner Syble Pittard started her floral career with silk flowers in 1991. She has been providing flower arrangements for 20 years and finally opened the doors at her Market Street location in September of this year.

Shown at the ribbon cutting, are in back (l-r) Mike Wyatt, mayor, Town of Georgetown; Rep. Dave Wilson, R-Bridgeville; Donna Koskey; Rep. Harvey Kenton, R-Milford; Jeanne Dukes; Garry Killmon; and Ray Hopkins, Georgetown Chamber president. In front are John Rieley, Georgetown Chamber vice president; Sam Wilson, Sussex County councilman; Linda Dennis, Georgetown town councilwoman; Karen Duffield, Georgetown Chamber executive director; Jennifer Sen, floral designer; Syble Pittard, owner, Forever Blooming; Dawn Smart, Forever Blooming; Elise Steward, florist employee; and Helen Kruger, Georgetown Chamber membership chair.

Forever Blooming can be reached at 302-856-9500, or go to


Comments (1)
Posted by: Michele Walfred | Nov 22, 2012 09:20

I pass by this building twice a day!  Good luck to you! The world can always use more flowers! I do think that white facade would be the perfect canvas for a floral or botanical wall mural!

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