Only the best of the best is being put together for the funeral of Detective David White of the Clay County Sheriff's office.
Red roses, orchids, delphinium, and snap dragons will be placed on top of Detective White's casket.
On either side of the casket will stand a yellow sherrif's star, made up of carnations and cushions.
Across each star, a banner will be there with the words " CCSO Detective" on it.
Surrounding that will be dozens and dozens of other flower arrangements that the community has called in.
The cooler in the back of Park Avenue Florist is filled with orders from Detective White's family, friends, sheriff's officers and police departments in the area...and even people from across the country.
The very first floral arrangement was actually placed by someone out in Colorado.
The shop owner has worked tirelessly putting the orders together. She said that not only is it hard work, but it can be upsetting. "When you stop to think about it, you can't help but get emotional about it," Pam Whalburg said.
A local wholesaler donated the flowers for the casket spray, and Pam donated her time putting it together.