Tina Rubio’s project, purebred florist. From a family that produces flowers and ornamental plants, She came from Almería more than 25 years ago with the aim of turning Madrid into the City of Flowers.
After several professional projects, she arrived at a 9 Fernando VI Street to liven up us with cacto-cacto, a wonderful corner for cactus lovers.
After this, she returned to her usual flowers, to the flowers of her childhood and surprised us all with one of the best florists in the world, Margarita se llama mi amor. Here she surrounded herself with a team of precious florist artisans and together they created this wonderful oasis. Since then, they haven’t stopped working and enjoying every day to offer their customers one of the largest and most well-kept gardens in the Capital.
With clients like Loewe, H&M, Zara Home. Platea, Stage … are positioned in this floral boom which we are receiving so well in our beloved city.