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Over the Garden Fence | Flower show displays focus on world water issues - Bucyrus Telegraph ForumWednesday, March 14, 2018
Rain chains, rain barrels, sprinkling cans, down-spouting and buckets had been fashioned into water-moving units with artistry with flowers. Salt and tidal marshes, vernal pools, ponds, rivers, oceans, falls, water pests, the concept "water color," hydroponics, boulders of melting snow, and rain curtains were all presented in some manner.The space here just skims the surface of the show. Exhibits were very interesting, so realistic, and well-labeled. Most pointed out water as an everyday essential, an element worthy enough to be protected.With so much more to share from the designing and horticulture class entries brought by non-professional individuals, I will close.The trip did succeed in bringing spring into our hearts.Mary Lee Minor is a member of the Earth, Wind and Flowers Garden Club, is an accredited flower show judge for the Ohio Association of Garden Clubs and a former sixth-grade teacher.Read or Share this story: http://ohne.ws/2pc2m1j...
Warm weather wakes up spring flowers on sunny slopes of Devínska Kobyla hill - The Slovak SpectatorTuesday, January 16, 2018
Darina Válková from the administration of the Small Carpatian protected area to which the Devínska Kobyla hill belongs.The pheasant’s eye, adonis vernalis in Latin, usually begins to blossom in March. The sunny slopes of Devínska Kobyla are an excellent place for this endangered species as they provide a dry environment with plenty of sunshine which is preferred by this species.Pheasant’s eye is not the only spring flower species that has started to blossom. Snowdrops and pansies are begining to flower too.Whole-day temperatures above zero should remain in southern Slovakia to the end of this week. Then the weather should become a bit colder, based on the weather forecast by the Slovak Hydro-Meteorological Office (SHMÚ). 8. Jan 2018 at 22:29 Compiled by Spectator staff...
Wilmington florist gears up for busy Valentines Day - WWAY NewsChannel 3Sunday, February 10, 2019
Valentine’s Day, Thursday, this year has many in the industry planning long days.- Advertisement - Dana and Jeff Cook, owners of Wilmington’s Julia’s Florist say that this year looks rosy.“In years past we have battled blizzards and ice storms so this year’s weather forecast was a joy to follow” Jeff Cook said. “With a Thursday Valentine’s Day you have many customers eager to display their flowers on work desks and many others taking advantage of early delivery on Wednesday or taking advantage of our free delivery for Valentines orders with Monday and Tuesday delivery. At Julia’s we are fortunate to have the volume of business allowing us to receive flowers direct from growers and delivered bi-weekly. But the next few scheduled deliveries will be many times our normal size.”Valentine’s Day for florists starts well in advance of the 14 and Jeff said he particularly enjoys following along as the flowers move from big rig trucks to his coolers and then from grower boxes to processing (chopping, separating, dipping) to fresh buckets of water and then to designers before going back to the coolers and to routers and delivery drivers.“Just the whole operation is a fascinating phenomenon that never gets old,” Cook said. “Of course the simple act of giving flowers is something many learn at a young age to never take for granted and owning a ... https://www.wwaytv3.com/2019/02/06/wilmington-florist-gears-up-for-busy-valentines-day/
Carrollwood Florist Supplies Fresh Valentine's Day Flowers - MENAFN.COMSunday, February 10, 2019
MENAFN - GetNews) Since 1992, Carrollwood Florist has been offering Valentine's Day bouquets and floral arrangements that are stylish and beautiful. Tampa, Florida - January 30, 2019 - With over 27 years of experience, Carrollwood Florist offers floral arrangements and bouquets that are stylish, fresh and beautiful. To make this Valentine's Day a special one, they offer unique Valentine's Day Flowers. 'We are your local, full service Tampa florist . We take pride in providing our customers with quality flowers, artfully designed arrangements and gifts for all occasions. From birthday flowers to Valentine's Day Flowers, we make everything special, said the spokesperson of Carrollwood Florist. You can rest assured that your order will be personally cared for by our in-house professional floral experts. 'There are many colors and varieties of roses available, and during the Valentine's season we stock some truly gorgeous colors, the spokesperson continued. 'Choose the option ‘Prettiest Color Available' to send the best from o... https://menafn.com/1098050086/Carrollwood-Florist-Supplies-Fresh-Valentines-Day-Flowers
Woodman Florist to move out of Peterborough, for now - Monadnock Ledger TranscriptSunday, February 10, 2019
Woodman’s Florist on Route 202/Concord Street in Peterborough is closing at the end of the month to make way for a proposed housing project.Owner Stephen K. Palmer said Monday he hopes to reopen a downtown location after the Main Street Bridge project is completed, but for now plans to relocate his business to the Milford location, owned by his sister Betsy Palmer Deasy.“The timing is perfect,” Palmer said at his florist shop Monday in between flower delivery runs. “I’m going to get rid of it while I can,” he said of the more than six acres of land he owns on Concord Street.The family-owned business was originally started in Milford by Rodney C. Woodman 109 years ago. Woodman’s is relocating to that location, Rodney C. Woodman’s Florist on Nashua Street in Milford, at least temporarily as of Feb. 1, Palmer and Deasy said in a letter to customers.“Rodney C. Woodman started his flower business in Milford in 1910 and it is still owned by a 3rd generat... https://www.ledgertranscript.com/Woodman-s-Florist-closes-Peterborough-location-22763813
New Downtown florist Glasswing Floral opens its doors - KABC-TVSunday, February 10, 2019
A new florist and floral designer spot has opened for business in the neighborhood. Called Glasswing Floral, the fresh addition is located at 700 W. 7th St., Suite 320, downtown.According to its website, owner Greta Pechter is the house florist for the Ace Hotel and Los Angeles Magazine. Glasswing Floral's arrangements have been featured in a number of publications, including Refinery29, Huffington Post and Style.com.With a five-star rating out of three reviews on Yelp so far, the new florist seems to be a welcome addition to the neighborhood.Yelper Timothy V., who was the first to review the florist on Feb. 4, wrote, "Greta by far has been the most amazing florist I've ever encountered. ... Greta works with your vision and brings it to life. She puts in so much effort into her work and it shows. I'll be going to Glasswing for all my floral purchases!" And Linda A. added, "The owner, Greta, does an amazing job! She is kind and wonderful to work with. The flowers are always beautiful and smel... https://abc7.com/food/new-downtown-florist-glasswing-floral-opens-its-doors/5128821/
Adopt-a-Rose for Valentines Day - NBC Bay AreaSunday, February 10, 2019
Your box includes:a small assortment of decadent chocolatesa large gourmet cookie from the San Jose Museum of Art's Cafe Too!one free red rose each month for a year from Citti's Floristyour personal message engraved on a plaque placed by the rose bush of your choice in the San Jose Heritage Rose Garden for a full yearan announcement card that informs your valentine about the rose adoption, location, varierty name and personal inscriptionRose adoptions are partially tax-deductible and help support the upkeep of San Jose’s Heritage Rose Garden, the largest collection of rose varieties in the western hemisphere.Gift packages will be available for pick-up prior to Valentine's Day at the Guadalupe River Park & Gardens Visitor & Education Center located at 438 Coleman Avenue in San Jose.For more information about adopting a rose for your valentine, please click here or call 408-298-7657. ... https://www.nbcbayarea.com/on-air/community/Adopt-a-Rose-for-Valentines-Day-505148761.html