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I have used Liz and her company, Stevens Office Plants Designs, for many years and she is the only person I would entrust with my plants.

She’s an expert, suggesting plants for each location according to light source, design and placement, supplying pots/containers and ordering and delivering the plants.

Her proficiency carries over to continual loving care of each plant. I trust her knowledge and insight of all things green in my office and can recommend her and her team highly for any plants, designs and care.

Carmen Johnston Colt


When my Grandfather passed away, I wanted something special for his service. Liz came through in a breathtaking way.

My family is of Armenian descent, and this lovely woman considered that when she created the flowers for us to lay on his casket at Arlington. She was the obvious choice when we lost my grandmother.

The spray she brought to us was the most beautiful arrangement of flowers I have ever seen. Chartreuse roses, butterflies, rosemary....every single thing in the arrangement had meaning, and she made sure we knew what each represented.

In all honesty, she treated my family as if they were her own...and it showed.

Dawn A


We asked Stevens Office Plants Designs to create and design a wreath for Cub Scout Pack 209 to present at the ceremony for the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery.

They created a gorgeous and emblematic blue and gold wreath with a meaningful assortment of flowers, ribbons, and tokens that tied the troop and its homage into the solemnity and dignity of the ceremony.

They helped our pack bring great respect to an event viewed by thousands of visitors. This company has a fantastic sense of pride and dignity in their work and a great feel for the needs of their clients. They capture natural beauty within symbolic arrangements and we highly recommend their work.

Drew Cohen

Cub Scout Pack 209, Silver Spring, MD.


Stevens Office Plants Designs cares about the local community.  Annually, they donate plants to the Woodside United Methodist Church’s silent auction, which raises money to help those in need.  We are fortunate to have a business in our community that not only cares about the clients, but also the community.

Becky Best