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Orchid Arrangements in Van Nuys

Orchid Republic offers exquisite orchid arrangements in Van Nuys and in other areas around Los Angeles. We have a wide array of magnificent orchid plants and arrangements that usually use phalaenopsis orchids, cymbidium orchids, dendrobium orchids, vanda orchids, and intergeneric orchids as well.

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Flower Arrangements in Van Nuys

We at Orchid Republic also provide flower delivery to Van Nuys and in other areas around Los Angeles. Whether it’s for your home or office or as a thoughtful gift, we ensure that our flower arrangements arrive fresh and fabulous every time.

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Gift Boxes Van Nuys

Luxurious gifts of special wines and bubblies, aromatherapy candles, delicate essential oils, soaps and body lotions, and deliciously divine chocolates are made even better with mouthwatering with cymbidium and phalaenopsis orchids, roses, succulents, moss, and other ornaments in gorgeous arrangements that please the eyes and other senses.

Orchid Heart

Orchid Heart

Adept

Adept

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Succulent Arrangements Van Nuys

Equally charming but minus the high maintenance, succulents deserve a spot in your home or office too. Our succulent arrangements come in all shapes, sizes, and colors imaginable, so there’s definitely something that will suit your taste and style.

Boat House

Boat House

Rocky Tower

Rocky Tower

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About Van Nuys

Van Nuys is a neighborhood located at the heart of the San Fernando Valley region in Los Angeles County, California.

Founded in 1911, the town was named after Isaac Newton Van Nuys, a wealthy American businessman and rancher who owned the southern part of San Fernando Valley. He was hailed as the honorary godfather of Van Nuys. The fledgling town was only annexed after the conclusion of the Los Angeles Aqueduct project, which supplied its water sustenance, in 1915.

Geographically speaking, Van Nuys is surrounded by other Los Angeles County communities and bodies of water. From its north, it has North Hills, Panorama City on its northeast, Valley Glen on its east, Sherman Oaks on its south, Sepulveda Basin on its southwest side, and Lake Balboa on its west.

Based in Studio City, Orchid Republic offers flower delivery to Van Nuys.

Celebrities From Van Nuys

Like all Los Angeles neighborhoods, Van Nuys has had its fair share of Hollywood celebrities and famous personalities from different industries as residents. Some are television and movie stars, film directors, academic geniuses, politicians, notable athletes – football, basketball, baseball, you name it – business moguls, musicians.  The list includes:

  • Brandon Boyd, song writer and vocalist of Incubus, a rock band
  • George Abell, astronomer and professor at UCLA
  • Steve Daines, U.S. Senator of Montana
  • Don Drysdale, Hall of Fame baseball player
  • Andy Devine, actor and former honorary mayor of Van Nuys
  • Chris Holdsworth, UFC fighter
  • Shorty Rogers, jazz musician
  • Robert Redford, Hollywood actor, director, and producer
  • Marilyn Monroe, Hollywood legend
  • Tony Muser, Major League Baseball player and manager

Places To See in Van Nuys

Van Nuys is a colorful neighborhood with a handful of splendid outdoor sights to see. Get in touch with nature by visiting its many different public parks.

For an idyllic setting for barbeque picnics with family and friends and a well-equipped facility for playing your favorite sports, take your pick from Van Nuys Recreation Area and Delano Park.

Van Nuys is also a short distance to the Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area, the sprawling park behind Sepulveda Dam and Woodley Park.

The Busch Gardens in Van Nuys

Van Nuys used to be the California address of the now defunct Busch Gardens, an American theme park by SeaWorld Entertainment, which can be found in other parts of the United States, including Florida and Texas.

The story is that Adolphus Busch, one of the founders of the Missouri-native brewery, Anheuser-Busch, turned an extensive, piece of land, including Van Nuys, which used to be a cabbage patch, spanning 17 acre and turned it into an amusement park that offers overflowing beer for free.

It featured a lovely combination of tropical beer garden and bird sanctuary. The Van Nuys park, which would’ve been such a hit today, unfortunately, shut down in the mid70s after visitors started dwindling down.

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