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Roots in Bloom entrepreneur returns to her roots - The GazetteTuesday, January 08, 2019
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Roots in Bloom entrepreneur returns to her rootsTuesday, August 28, 2018
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Thank you for signing up for our e-newsletter! You should start receiving the e-newsletters within a couple days. “This is what I’ve wanted all my life for myself,” she said. “I never felt like I had roots. This house makes me feel like I do.”Long Para:17 Long Pra Total: 17 Total Para Total: 26-- l Know a business that’s been in operation for less than a year that could be an interesting “Ground Floor”? Contact email@example.com.Long Para:17 Long Pra Total: 17 Total Para Total: 26-- At a GlanceLong Para:17 Long Pra Total: 17 Total Para Total: 26-- l Owner: Cassie HammarmeisterLong Para:17 Long Pra Total: 17 Total Para Total: 26-- !--#MidPoint#... https://www.thegazette.com/subject/news/business/roots-in-bloom-marion-iowa-florist-wellness-corridor-cbd-yoga-20180827
Home front: free compost; cover-crop classTuesday, July 31, 2018
A roundup of home and garden news and events on the Midpeninsula.
FREE COMPOST WORKSHOP ... The County of San Mateo's Sustainability Academy is holding a compost workshop on Saturday, July 14, from 10 a.m. to noon at Collective Roots, 1785 Woodland Ave., East Palo Alto. Come and learn how to compost your fruit and vegetable scraps, leaves and plant cuttings at this free event. County residents are eligible for a $65 discount off compost or worm bins ordered through the Office of Sustainability. Workshop attendees will be eligible for an additional $25 discount. Go to smcsustainability.org to register for the free event.
COVER-CROP CLASS ... On Thursday, July 25, the UC Master Gardener program will host a free workshop on "Cover Crops for Home Gardeners." Cover crops are an often underutilized method for improving garden soil. Easy-to-grow legumes add nitrogen, grasses and other crops add carbon and some cover crops contain chemicals that have other advantages. Learn what to grow for eit... https://www.paloaltoonline.com/news/2018/07/12/home-front-free-compost-cover-crop-class
R15 for a delivery: The battle of 3 desperate men who deliver your foodTuesday, June 19, 2018
Uber Eats, MrD Food, and OrderIn, say they are exploited. Often, they use their own motorbikes and pay their own insurance, but may earn as little as R15 a delivery, according to a GroundUp report.Men from Zimbabwe, Rwanda, Burundi and DRC say they are in this kind of business because they are desperate.Two of the three companies responded to GroundUp, but only one answered questions on pay and working conditions. That company said that it was unlikely the drivers were not making any profit.*Francois is Congolese. He has a degree in accounting "but, with an asylum document, it is difficult to get an accounting job", he says. He works for Uber Eats, operating on the Woodstock-Wynberg route.'Customers don't really tip'When he spoke to GroundUp in Rondebosch last week he was about to pick up an order. He is paid R14 for picking up food and R1.20 thereafter per kilometre. He asked not to be named."I really don't like this job, but I am doing it because there is nothing else to do and my family needs to be taken care of. I have been with Uber for three months. Making profit is dependent on how hard I'm working. I stay online nonstop, from 9am to 11pm. Data and petrol are expensive. Customers don't really tip. The only benefit I get ... https://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/r15-for-a-delivery-the-battle-of-3-desperate-men-who-deliver-your-food-20180619
Many options to celebrate a flowering love - Kamloops This WeekWednesday, March 14, 2018
Lilac: Couples seeking tranquility and passion can turn to lilacs. The calming lavender hues also can be a welcome change in floral arrangements.• Rose: Of course, no Valentine’s flower roundup would be complete without roses.Roses represent love and passion, and, like carnations, their colors symbolize different things.Red roses represent desire, pink roses suggest happiness and white roses symbolize worthiness.Avoid yellow roses, which suggest fading love.• Zinnia: Zinnias symbolize thoughts of distant friends and can make a thoughtful friendship arrangement to send to a faraway comrade.Flowers are part of many Valentine’s Day celebrations.By learning the meanings behind different flowers, men and women can make their feelings better known. http://www.kamloopsthisweek.com/many-options-celebrate-flowering-love/
Montana florist gains social media following for bouquets - Daily MailMonday, December 17, 2018
A budding star! Montana-based man gains a massive social media following for showing off his incredible floral design talents with stunning bouquetsJulio Freitas, 32, of Bozeman, Montana, has gained nearly 30,000 followers for his florist business The Flower Hat, thanks to his beautiful photos ByValerie Siebert For Dailymail.com Published: 18:41 GMT, 16 July 2017 Updated: 04:04 GMT, 17 July 2017With his gorgeous bouquets and signature style, one Montana-based florist is turning himself into a bit of an online star.Julio Freitas, 32, is the founder of Bozeman-based The Flower Hat, whose Instagram account has been racking up tens of thousands of followers recently.The young Brazilian-born entrepreneur has been sharing a plethora of colorful arrangements, which he not only designs, but also often grows himself on his small 7,500-square-foot farm. Showing his wares: Julio Freitas , 32, who runs the Bozeman-based The Flower Hat, shows off his skills for floral... https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4701504/Florist-gains-social-media-following-lovely-bouquets.html
Bullard, ‘Top Chef’ finalist Doug Adams’ Texas-inspired Portland restaurant, opens Saturday - OregonLive.comMonday, December 17, 2018
Jennifer Quist are finally opening in downtown Portland this Saturday.The five-foot-nothing chef, who spent time studying, fishing and playing bluegrass music in Montana, found his real voice cooking in Portland, first rising through the ranks at his mentor Vitaly Paley’s restaurants, then watching his career take off after a top three finish on season 12 of Bravo TV’s “Top Chef."Bullard the restaurant has come a long way too. First announced more than two years ago, Adams’ and Quist’s passion project has been among Portland’s most highly anticipated restaurants ever since, even as delays at the surrounding Woodlark hotel pushed the restaurant’s opening back by more than a year.But now the brown leather booths are in place. The whiskey is arranged behind the bar. The hearth fire is burning in the open kitchen. And the fictional flag of Bullard -- a custom cross between the flags of Texas and Oregon, complete with Texas longhorns pulling a covered wagon -- is hanging on the wall.As first reported by The Oregonian/OregonLive way back in September 2016, Bullard is meant to reflect both Adams’ Texas upbringing and his current Oregon home. In practice, that means carefully sourced meat, fish and produce, much of it treated with smoke or live fire... https://www.oregonlive.com/dining/2018/12/bullard-top-chef-finalist-doug-adams-texas-inspired-portland-restaurant-opens-saturday.html
Put names on the faces of the state's flowersTuesday, August 14, 2018
To know the name of a plant, a bird, even a person, is to give it added value. You'll appreciate Montana flowers more if you know their names, from the dainty flax along River's Edge Trail to the elusive fairy slippers of the forest to the dramatic bear grass of alpine meadows. A new guide can help you on your way to becoming a wildflower expert, or at least satisfy your curiosity about the fetching flowers you encounter. "Wondering about Wildflowers," a new book by Sharon Huff, Stephen Love and Sharron Akers features over 490 different plants and over 1,400 color photographs from the Northern Rocky Mountains. The flowers are sorted by color, with pages trimmed in the blossom color. The guide has at least one photo but often several photos of a given flower, with a description, common and scientific name, a timeline on when it blooms and what kind of landscape one would find the flower. Take prairie smoke, or old man's whiskers, or geum triflorum. A member of the rose family, it has hairy, feathery leaves, nodding bell-shaped pink to rose-maroon flowers with five petals on long stalks. It's found in meadows, in forests and on sagebrush plains. https://www.greatfallstribune.com/story/outdoors/2018/07/17/put-names-faces-montana-flowers-new-guidebook-wondering-wildflowers-stephen-love-sharon-huff-akers/792122002/
Melbourne Fashion Festival unveils new bridal trends | Herald Sun - Herald SunTuesday, March 27, 2018
BRIDAL GOWNS TO SHINE AT FASHION FESTIVALVAMFF: SOPHISTICATED TAILORED LOOKS HIT RUNWAYSDAVID JONES PARADE OPENS VAMFFMONTANA COX TO RETURN TO DAVID JONES RUNWAYmedia_cameraVAMFF runway show 4. Brides. Toni Maticevskimedia_cameraVAMFF runway show 4. Brides. Toni MaticevskiModels entered the runway through a cascading curtain and dripping in bouquets and floral headpieces from Fitzroy florist Flowers Vasette.Logie’s luminary Rachel Gilbert also highlighted structured tailoring in her collection, along with sophisticated off-the-shoulder silhouettes and beaded and bejewelled trains that puddled elegantly behind the models while three dimensional floral appliques highlighted dipping décolletage.In a largely subdued palette of crisp white, smoky oyster, creamy vanilla and champagne, Melbourne’s Jason Grech was a standout with a digitally printed gown featuring a bold bouquet of jewel tone blooms embellished with Swarovski crystals.A firm favourite on the red carpets, Grech continued to add contemporary twists to his fairy-tale collection with tiers of powdered lilac hail spot, jumpsuits, exaggerated sleeves and sparkly masquerade-inspired veils by Melbourne milliner Richard Nylon.media_cameraVAMFF runway show 4. Brides. Jason Grechmedia_cameradefault:path d="M24.783 5.132h-2.576c-.017-.05-.033-.1-.054-.15L21.02 2.256C20.505 1.016 18.976 0 17.623 0h-6.246C10.024 0 8.495 1.016 7.98 2.257L6.847 4.98c-.02.051-.037.1-.054.15H4.217C1.897 5.132 0 7.016 0 9.317v10.077c0 2.301 1.898 4.184 4.217 4.184h20... http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/victoria/vamff-unveils-new-bridal-trends-and-says-we-do-to-marriage-equality/news-story/8df579e2b1ac7b13cd8597fa974a877d