Closing: The Dandelion Patch

The Dandelion Patch Reston Town Center/Courtesy of The Dandelion PatchThe Dandelion Patch, the speciality stationary and gift store at 1810 Library St. in Reston Town Center, will close at the end of this month.

Heidi Kallett, company CEO, said in an email to customers that in order to streamline operations, the company is consolidating to its locations in Vienna and Georgetown.

The company formerly also briefly had locations in Leesburg and National Harbor, which closed in recent years.

The Dandelion Patch — which sells preppy favorites such as Lilly Pulitzer and Vera Bradley gifts as well as high-end custom stationary and invitations — has had a shop at Reston Town Center for seven years. The store was formerly located on Market Street, moving to the Library Street location in 2012.

“Although we are sad to close our doors at Reston Town Center after seven years, we have loved being a part of the vibrant community of Boston Properties and are grateful for their support,” Kallett said in the email. “We have enjoyed being a part of so many life events for our clients. … We have great plans for The Dandelion Patch and are preparing for a prosperous 2015.”

Photo Courtesy The Dandelion Patch

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