Ken and Yuuri's parents run a flower shop, but recently times have been hard and the flowers aren't selling. To their aid comes Mary Bell, a mage from the Flower Magic World who helps those in need. Along with Ribbon the dog and Mary Bell's magical helper Tambourine, Ken, Yuuri and Mary Bell use their positivity and magic to help the plants and people of SunnyBell city. From learning to ride a bike to helping a tree grow again, there's always a fun adventure around the corner!
Mint is the princess of the Kingdom of Magic - a beautiful world where witches ride brooms and vacuum cleaners, and a rainbow garden of flowers shows the current emotions and dreams of humanity. As it is her twelfth birthday, Mint must undergo a trial in order to inherit the throne: she must travel to the world of mortals and deliver to them seeds of happiness. However, when Mint discovers that all of the flowers of the rainbow garden are blue (the color of sadness), she knows her task will not be an easy one. Now, with the help of her newfound human friends Nut and Plum, her winged sidekick Waffle and her magical Aunt Herb, Mint must help others realize their dreams with items from her Happy Shop!
Magical Angel Sweet Mint and Mary Bell are both very light shoujo titles with magical girl elements and interesting shops that help out others. If you liked one, definitely give the other a try.
Young Yumi loves flowers above all else, and enjoys working alongside her parents and employees Kenta and Kyouhei at her family's flower shop. One day, after saving a dandelion from being picked, the girl is greeted by two mysterious creatures named Kakimaru and Keshimaru. They've been searching for Yumi, and due to her kindness, the beings grant her a magical wand and locket that her create whatever she desires. How will Yumi use her newfound powers?
While I fully admit this is more of a shallow recommendation than I usually make, there's so many magical girl and/or magic-based anime out there that I feel inclined to recommend these two together. Why? Not only are they both shoujo and filled with fantasy, but they are also based around - at least at first, flowers and a flower shop.
Pink-haired, sassy Doremi would love nothing more than to be a witch; and one day, after accidentally ousting a real witch at the House of Magic (and consequently turning the witch into a green blob in the process), Doremi's wish finally came true. Furious, the witch decreed that Doremi become a witch’s apprentice so that she may someday turn her back to normal, and from then on the fun began. Alongside her friends – also witch's apprentices - Hazuki, Aiko, and Onpu, Doremi will help run the newly-dubbed shop "Maho-dou," study hard for her magical exams, and work hard towards becoming a full-fledged witch!
Mary Bell and Ojamajo Doremi are quite similar; the only thing different is the wacky, random humor that is prevalent in Doremi but not Mary Bell. Each is an excessively shoujo title about newfound magical shopkeeps. If you liked one, definitely try out the other.