About Us

Emmett and Imogene Rathbone opened what became Rathbone’s Flair Flowers in Tulsa in 1958. Over the years of hard work and dedication Rathbone’s grew and flourished. Today Rathbone’s Flowers is owned and operated by their son Matt Rathbone and his wife Becky. The shop now located in Jenks continues to serve Tulsa, Glenpool, Sapulpa, Bixby, Jenks and Broken Arrow.

A Tulsa Tradition

As Rathbone’s is located in Jenks, the tradition continues by serving the entire Tulsa area, offering the tradition of outstanding customer service with top quality flowers at the highest value. Rathbone’s receives weekly direct from the grower flowers from California, Miami and South America. They search all avenues to find just the right flowers for events, weddings and everyday flower arrangements.

Rathbone’s a Tech company?

The flower shop of old has evolved and today is very tech friendly. A state of the art website and mobile site with Floral Rewards, a point system to track your purchases and gives value back immediately after your first purchase. A system that tracks your order through our POS system and send the order to our designers and delivery staff on a phone AP to help expedite delivery. When the order is delivered the driver sends a delivery confirmation to you at once when it is marked delivered on the AP.

We are here to help.

Our trained staff is here to help, with years of experience to know what works and what does not. We’re here to help you make the right decision to make you look good and ultimately express the thoughts you wish to convey by gifting flowers. Rathbone’s team of designers continue to learn by attending seminars and workshops to find the latest trends and techniques to bring to Tulsa. We love flowers and it shows in our designs.

Rathbone’s Flowers has been awarded one of the Top 500 florist in the United States. This award is presented yearly to those florist out of more than 35,000 florist across the country. Our goal is to exceed your expectations and continue to earn your trust every day.

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