Pomona, NY (PressExposure) September 15, 2009 -- When it comes to the best Flower shops Philippines, particularly in the heart of Manila, there isn't any place better than those found in Dangwa Flower Market. Dangwa Flower Market, or commonly known as simply Dangwa, is a flower market found in Manila, along Dos Castillas and other parallel streets in Dimasalang, Sampaloc, Manila, which is usually considered as a popular land mark in that place. The one feature that made Dangwa a popular place is because of its large collections of flower shops. According to recent accounts, Dangwa is composed of more than 50 stalls.
Although there are a lot of flower shops philippines [http://www.flowersexpress.com.ph/promos.aspx] in which Filipinos could buy flowers, particularly those found in Malls and shopping centers like Farmers Plaza and Market Market, Dangwa became popular not only because of widest collection of local and imported flowers, but also because of their cheaper collections of flowers.
Flowers for Less Other than their unique collections of flowers, even the hard-to-find ones, Dangwa Flower Market became popular because of the their cheap collection of flowers compared to those found in malls and shopping centers. It has been reported that on a regular day, roses can be bargained for as low as P50 a dozen. Haggling is also popular in this flower market. However, during special occasions like Valentine's Day and All Souls' Day, prices of key products have been known to soar by as much as six times.
Uniqueness from other Flower Shops What made Dangwa popular is its collection of flowers. Considered a center of flower retail in the Metro, Dangwa showcases the richness of floral products in Luzon. A wide range of blooms are offered day in and day out, from roses, zinnias, marigolds, and chrysanthemums, to anthuriums, gerberas, daisies, and tulips. Rare flowers can also be bought at some select stores here but have to be ordered at least a week before needed.
Historical events During the 80's and the 90's, the market has surpassed the fame of competitors in Quiapo, Manila and Baclaran. It is said that the market's golden years is during the time when Imelda Marcos was the First Lady. At that time, the flower shops philippines [http://www.flowersexpress.com.ph/promos.aspx] provided flowers for big flower shops which in turn decorated the Malacanang Palace.