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The French Potager

213 Main St, Bay Saint Louis, MS 39520-4527
+1 228-364-3091
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Wonderful treasure hunting

This is a great little shop in Bay St. Louis filled with treasures- new, vintage and repurposed run... read more

Reviewed 14 February 2017
West Rutland, Vermont
Creativity at its finest

This place has unique finds of all kinds. Martha is a florist the arrangements in shop show case... read more

Reviewed 27 April 2016
Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi
via mobile
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Located in Old Town Bay Saint Louis, this antique and flower boutique reflects the dynamic and historic culture of the Gulf Coast with its artsy floral design and beach-chic decor. We boast a wonderful variety of antique furniture, flowers, gifts, vintage items, books, nautical decor, garden accessories, jewelry, artwork, shabby chic, eclectic collectibles, and vintage clothing. Floral design services and local delivery are also offered out of this historic "Honeymoon House" on the second block of Main Street.
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  • Very good12%
  • Average12%
  • Poor0%
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14 Feb 2017
“Wonderful treasure hunting”
27 Apr 2016
“Creativity at its finest”
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213 Main St, Bay Saint Louis, MS 39520-4527
+1 228-364-3091

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Reviewed 14 February 2017

This is a great little shop in Bay St. Louis filled with treasures- new, vintage and repurposed run by friendly funny people. You're sure to enjoy it and return.

Thank bvttravels
Reviewed 27 April 2016 via mobile

This place has unique finds of all kinds. Martha is a florist the arrangements in shop show case her unique and creative style. Just a causal walk though will awaken your sense and you inner child will be jumping for joy

Thank bekalee
Reviewed 16 July 2015

Vintage/antique accessories, local art ,Fresh Flowers and more. Located right on Main St next to one of the best restaurants in Bay St Louis.

1  Thank Sandy S
Reviewed 8 April 2015

great and unique and reasonably priced items in a cute little shop. the window displays are awesome plus the owner is hilarious!

Thank Ann M
Reviewed 8 February 2015 via mobile

Great prices. Lots of interesting items. I left with a car load as I always do. Perfect stop for decorators and dealers. Anyone with good taste will find something here! Loved the owner and will be back next time we're in Bay St. Louis.

1  Thank SouthAlabamaArtlover
Reviewed 4 February 2015

I visited the French Potager because it was listed on Tripadvisor. While I enjoyed looking at everything in the shop, there was nothing that really drew my attention. The owner has done a nice job of displaying the pieces and the prices seemed fair.

Thank NWRob
Reviewed 18 September 2014 via mobile

Great little antiques shop with lots of fun things! There are several more shops just like it on the same street. Worth a visit!

2  Thank Christel S
Reviewed 2 July 2014

This is a darling antique shop in a small, historic house on Main St. Mini rooms are filled with interesting, artful displays. The front lawn is covered with vintage furnishings and lawn ornaments. Owner Martha is a real Southern lady with a great eye for...More

3  Thank Kerrie L
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