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'Gardening with Jenny Rose Carey' set for April 7 at Kettle Creek - Pocono RecordTuesday, March 27, 2018
English Cotswold-style house with Carey.The house is set on 18 wooded acres with seven acres of gardens and greenhouses. Pennock’s in-laws gave it to Pennock and his wife, Alice, as a wedding gift. The rooms are somewhat quirky in their decoration exemplifying Pennock's eccentric personality. Rich details are abundant inside and outside. The rooms open onto garden rooms functioning as outdoor living spaces. There are 15 small gardens in all. I don't have a favorite, loving the formal statuary and the sense of enclosure created by walls, wrought iron fences and boxwood hedges in each area. Meadowbrook Farm has a beautiful legacy, and Carey is bringing it to life with her promotion of wildlife gardening and sustainable practices. It is a pivotal learning venue.Northview GardensCarey’s magnificent Victorian home and 4.5-acre garden are known to thousands of visitors. It was originally part of Wilmer and Anna Atkinson’s 1888 100-acre farm. Here, Carey has created a work of stunning originality with 31 distinct garden spaces: from the Blast from the Past Garden, Italian Garden, Dry Garden, Herb Garden and Victorian Stumpery, to the Fountain Garden — to name just a few.My favorite spot is Rose Cottage, Carey’s potting shed. As a fellow Brit, I know the importance of the garden shed, and this one is magnificent. It is functional — containing plant records, collected seeds, garden tools and catalogues, and the like — while acting as a cozy retreat. Carey is a hands-on gardener, believing that gardening feeds your soul and body. The goal of her work at Northview is to educate visitors about plants, planting techniques and garden design features. She succeeds in her vision magnificently. Her gardens have been featured on the TV series, "The Victory Garden," in the Wall Street Journal, and in numerous newspapers and magazines.'Glorious Shade'Carey’s latest book is called "Glorious Shade: Dazzling Plants, Design Ideas, and Proven Techniques for Your Shady Garden." The book is divided into sections, the first one stressing the importance of learning the shade patterns in your garden. Carey describes the various types of shade and the plants that benefit from each kind.There is a section about soil and roots. I so agree with Carey on the importance of adding organic matter to encourage root growth and promote healthy plants. Every year, I scatter compost on the surface around my plants — a great way to improve soil structure. Carey gives clear directions for making "fabulous, friable, or crumbly leaf mold." She explains the purpose of roots, reinforcing the importance of avoiding the application of high rates of fertilizer around trees in order to maintain a healthy relationship between microscopic fungi and roots.Carey gives very inspirational descriptions of several design styles in her section called "Designing in the Shadows: Bright Ideas for Shady Spaces." My personal favorite describes areas for children; I love the whimsical teapot water feature she adde... http://www.poconorecord.com/entertainmentlife/20180323/gardening-with-jenny-rose-carey-set-for-april-7-at-kettle-creek
A Wedding Under a Canopy of Flowers at a Museum in the Hamptons - Vogue.comTuesday, February 27, 2018
Bridesmaids were all in blue and white striped dresses by different designers (Gül Hürgel, MDS Stripes, Ulla Johnson, Lisa Marie Fernandez, Carven, and Alice + Olivia), while the bride’s sister and maid of honor was in a gold and white striped dress by Zimmermann.Before the service, the bride and her bridesmaids got ready in the “pink room” of the private residence that the couple had rented for the ceremony. Breanna was escorted by both parents as she walked down the aisle: “When we walked out, I felt a rush of emotions go through me, like, this is all really happening!” she remembers. “I felt like I was in a bubble, but I remember looking over at the ocean and also feeling really relaxed and blissful!”Afterwards, guests were transported to the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, where the Vali band played during dinner. Everyone sat at long tables under a canopy that looked as if it was dripping with flowers and greenery. “We worked with Van Wyck & Van Wyck, and they seamlessly put together our vision, creating blooming gardens running down the center that were the length of the tables,” says Breanna. “Every single flower, bud, and seed was real; it looked as though they had flourished right on site.” After dinner, the newlyweds got the party started with a first dance to the National’s “Slow Show,” and later in the evening, guests moved into a nightclub that Van Wyck had constructed for the after-party. There, go-to DJ Sam French took over the entertainment. “It was a fun surprise for guests to walk into,” says Breanna. When all the dancing was done, the new Mr. and Mrs. Khoury called it a night and went home happy, with a pizza in hand.
How do you make sure your flowers, like your love, lasts longer than a single night? ALICE SMELLIE buys a selection ... - Daily MailSunday, February 11, 2018
ByAlice Smellie for the Daily MailPublished: 02:22 GMT, 10 February 2018 Updated: 02:22 GMT, 10 February 2018Valentine’s Day can be a thorny issue. Everyone knows that buying a bunch of wilting carnations from the corner shop is unlikely to inspire affectionate kisses. But it’s hard to know what to choose from the plethora of blooms on offer.So how do you ensure that your flowers, like your love, lasts longer than a single night? ALICE SMELLIE purchased a selection of Valentine’s bouquets from the High Street, online and specialist florists to see how they fared over 10 days and invited Orlando Hamilton, Head Designer at Front Row Florist, (and supplier to the A-list) to give his expert assessment... THE SPLIT BOUQUETINTERFLORA Spring Jam Jar Trio, £20, ocado.comWHAT: A pretty grouping of purple and cream spring flowers, incuding three white tulips, three blue anemones and ten narcissi, which are packaged as three bunches in a long cardboard box along with three ribbon trim... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5374621/Alice-Smellies-Valentines-Day-bouquet-test.html
Shark Tank winner Alice's Table's flower arranging parties - WLS-TVSunday, February 11, 2018
In January the founder of the company Alice's Table went on Shark Tank to pitch her idea for a home flower arranging party concept to empower women to start their own business. The Sharks loved it! What you might not know is that the founder - Alice Rossiter was born and raised in Chicago!The concept is simple - beautiful flowers make a fun evening for you and your friends. It's like the painting parties that were so popular, except this is with flowers. Gather your friends and have a private party (or find a class in the area) and you will be taught the art of flower arranging from an Alice's Table Event Executive, and you will be able to make your own personal arrangement and take it home with you. Oh and did I mention there are cocktails involved? It's a fun way to bond with your besties. And it's a great small business for women.To find out all about this fun "girls-night-out" concept - Chicago Event Executive Kristen Graves visits WCL to talk about the concept, give us some great flower tips and challenge our hosts to... http://abc7chicago.com/society/shark-tank-winner-alices-tables-flower-arranging-parties/3048397/
Tenleytown florist in AU building to close due to rising rent - The EagleTuesday, January 30, 2018
For 32 years, Tenleytown resident Mary Alice Levine has bought gardening supplies at Johnson’s Florist and Garden Centers near American University’s Greenberg Theater. Now, she’s frustrated that the 84-year-old shop is closing. The store is shutting its doors due to increasing rent and occupancy fees, the company said in a statement Wednesday. Johnson’s D.C. store sits at 4200 Wisconsin Ave. NW, the same building as Medstar Georgetown Pediatrics and UPS. AU is their landlord. “AU is going to have a black eye for many generations if they succeed in closing Johnson’s,” Levine said. When Levine heard about the closing, she and Tenleytown residents Judy Chesser and Bill Rice formed the Ad Hoc Committee to Save Johnson’s Florist and Garden Centers. Their goal: meet with President Sylvia Burwell and persuade her to keep Johnson’s open at its D.C. location. Levine and her committee initially planned to protest outside the University’s annual community town hall Thursday, she said. But after AU postponed the meeting due to cold wea... http://www.theeagleonline.com/article/2018/01/tenleytown-florist-in-au-building-to-close-due-to-rising-rent
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Atascocita Lake Houston Florist helps clients celebrate special occasions - Community Impact NewspaperWednesday, April 11, 2018
M. “Buddy” Benz of Houston, the founder of the Benz School of Floral Design at Texas A&M University in College Station.“We still use everything I learned in that class,” Swanson said. “But in life, we are always learning, so I am always looking for classes to improve my art design, work and techniques.”Bouquets and arrangements are available for delivery for any occasion and flower preference. The flower shop also offers consultations for weddings, funerals, homecomings and proms.“It’s very personalized, and no two [orders) look exactly alike,” Swanson said. “It’s enjoyable to see that young people are so excited about their prom, and they really go all out.”The flower shop is expecting a busy prom and homecoming season, Swanson said.“Last year we did Texas-shaped mums, and customers were looking for bling and anything that will add to the shine,” she said.An array of plants, home decor, and baby and children items are also available, Swanson said. “Just like people, no two flowers look alike,” she said. “Each has [its]own unique personality and beauty. That’s another reason I’m still here, to share that beauty.”...
Bring springtime indoors with beautiful arrangements from Flowerland - Midland Reporter-TelegramTuesday, March 27, 2018
Flowerland’s Chief Designer, Chris Collum, AIFD, TMF, has combined the latest fashion designs from around the world with his own creativity to create amazingly fresh looks that are uniquely west Texas.Where on the rainbow is your home’s ambient design? What color defines your décor? Wherever you fall on the rainbow, you’ll find your favorites at Flowerland. From light pastels to the season’s brightest colors, it’s all there.When you go in, feel free to browse all you want. Chris has divided the showroom into clearly defined areas with appropriate combinations of colors, flowers and accessories all designed to get you to the “Wow!” And, of course, to get your friends and family to the same place when you take those arrangements home and add them to your décor.If you see a design you like, but that just needs a couple of tweaks to make it perfect for your taste, be sure and ask. They can probably make that happen for you.In any and every season, flowers make the perfect gift—so remember birthdays, anniversaries and any other special occasion with beautiful and expressive flowers from Flowerland.March is the time to “spring forward” and the times are changing weekly at Flowerland—so go by today and see what exciting colors you can capture in order to update your own home.Go by Flowerland today—and again soon—and see how spring goes forward.Flowerland is located at 413 Andrews Highway in Midland. The phone number is 682-1634. Flowerland is an FTD and Teleflora florist. Their web address is www.flowerlandmidland.com.
Rosewater adds floral twist to brownies - Victoria AdvocateWednesday, March 14, 2018
I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.Katherine Pope is a wife, mother and Realtor. She loves cooking almost as much as she loves living in Jackson County Texas. Katherine can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org...