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Seeing butterflies is like seeing flowers in flight - DL-OnlineWednesday, September 02, 2015
The Blackfeet Indians of the west believed that dreams were brought to them in their sleep by butterflies. It was the custom for a Blackfoot woman to embroider the sign of a butterfly on a small piece of buckskin and place it in her baby’s hair hoping it would fall asleep.In Ojibwe folklore, for a wish to come true, one must first capture a butterfly and whisper his or her wish to it. Since the butterfly cannot make a sound, it could only reveal the wish to the Great Spirit. Once the butterfly is set free, the wish will be granted.Butterflies have a fascinating natural history as well. Butterflies are classified as insects. They have three body parts including the head, thorax and abdomen. Unlike spiders, they have six legs instead of eight. Perhaps a butterfly’s most noticeable feature is its wings. These wings are covered with thousands of colorful scales which overlap like shingles on a roof.All insects go through metamorphosis. Butterflies go through “complete” metamorphosis. Butterflies begin life as an egg. After five days pass, the egg hatches into a tiny larva or caterpillar. These caterpillars feed heavily on foliage and grow rapidly; shedding their exoskeletons many times.After the caterpillar goes through its final molt, it enters its third stage as a pupa or chrysalis. This is also called... http://www.dl-online.com/features/3829632-seeing-butterflies-seeing-flowers-flight
Valley Florist in E. Templeton receives $10K in startup money - Worcester Business JournalWednesday, March 31, 2021
Valley Florist and Greenhouse in East Templeton has received a $10,000 small business loan from the North Central Massachusetts Development Corp., the Fitchburg organization announced Friday.Brendan Loughman, owner of the company, received the loan, with funds earmarked for startup costs and inventory.Loughman has an advanced certification in floral design, as well as years of experience as a floral designer, according to a NCMDC press release. NCMDC, the economic development arm of the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce, is a microloan lender which can provide loans to small businesses up to $150,000.Loughman was referred to NCMDC by the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center at Clark University in Worcester. https://www.wbjournal.com/article/valley-florist-in-e-templeton-receives-10k-in-startup-money
Grow Plant Shop's First Brick-and-Mortar to Open Saturday - Fort Worth MagazineWednesday, March 31, 2021
Owners Emily and Bobby Lynge always saw the Airstream as temporary, however, and during the pandemic, were able to make the move to the space once occupied by The Enchanted Florist on Camp Bowie.
The Magnolia Avenue Airstream will be open until Thursday. On Saturday, the Camp Bowie space will be open from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
5 Best Florists in San Antonio?? - Kev's BestWednesday, March 31, 2021
Female Floral Designer. Source: UnsplashBelow is a list of the top and leading Florists in San Antonio. To help you find the best Florists located near you in San Antonio, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.San Antonio’s Best Florists:The top rated Florists in San Antonio are:Oakleaf Florist – perfect gift to convey a person’s messageSpring Garden Flower Shop – delivers top quality floral designsFlowerama – a full-range flower shop attending to the San Antonio localityartistic blooms – uses flowers as a medium for artistic arrangementsOak Hills Florist – family operated floral store since 1978Oakleaf Floristhttps://www.instagram.com/p/BaHaGiSH-Lt/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheetOakleaf Florist offers an array of creative floral designs, bouquets, and flower arrangements. It delivers the perfect gift for any special event. Their birthday flowers help the celebrant enjoy their special moment. Love flowers are romantically arranged to relay the message of passion. Meanwhile, their sympathy and funeral flowers are instrumental in expre... https://kevsbest.com/best-florists-in-san-antonio/
10 Best Spring Flowers to Plant of Display - Gotham MagazineWednesday, March 31, 2021
Tulips grow best with full or afternoon sun and water weekly. The tulip planting process begins in November, so if you want a simple but beautiful display, your best bet is to stop by your nearest florist.DaffodilsDaffodils are an easy perennial flower grown in most regions of North America, excepting the hottest and most humid. If planting, begin in the winter so blooms can arrive at the start of spring. Water when the weather is dry. If kept in a vase, they should be kept alone, as their stems release a liquid that can wilt other flowers. We recommend a bouquet of golden ducat, petit four and rip van winkle - all types of daffodils.HyacinthsKnown for their intense fragrance and bright colors, Hyacinths are the perfect spring flower. They do well in full sun and require frequent watering if there's no regular rain. They come in a wide variety of colors, from Blue Jacket, to blue-purple, Carnegie, pure white, City of Haarlem, buttery yellow, Delft Blue, soft blue, Jan Bos and fuchsia.ForsythiaBelonging to the olive family, Forsythia are low-maintenance flowering shrubs that grow quickly in an upright, arching form. They can grow to be up to 10 feet tall, so if planting, choose your spot wisely. Forsythia grow best with at least six hours of direct sun and moderately moist soil, so only water if experiencing a drought.RhododendronRhododendrons are often tubular, funnel or bell-shaped and very fragrant. These beauties do well in climates with adequate rainfall and moist springs and summers, so water pretty frequently if you live in a dry area. Place your rhododendrons in a slightly shaded area, but avoid deep shade or full sun.See also: The 5 Best Yoga Mats to Unroll in 2021PeoniesPeonies typically loom from late spring to early summer, depending on your location and variety. There are six variations of Peonies, including anemone, single, Japanese, semi-double, double, and bomb. The sweet fragrances ... https://gothammag.com/best-spring-flowers
10 Northern Michigan Florists – mynorth.com - MyNorth.comWednesday, March 31, 2021
February and whether yours is a newly budding relationship or a blossoming one, let your significant other know they’re special to you with a Valentine’s Day bouquet from a Northern Michigan florist.These 10 Northern Michigan florists (from Traverse City to Ludington!) are great to keep in mind for Valentine’s Day, but they also create arrangements year-round for weddings, funerals, anniversaries, parties and more!Beads and Blooms Florist78 N. Jebavy Dr. Ludington, MI 49431, 231.845.6537 or 231.425.4133A local florist that delivers on a personal level, “all flower arrangements are artistically arranged in a vase and hand-delivered to the recipient.” Flower’s From Sky’s the Limit413 Michigan St. Petoskey, MI 49770, 231.347.7770Pick out the perfect pair of posies (or whatever suits your fancy) online and choose from a wide variety of arrangements that can be delivered in Petoskey or nationwide. Flower Station341 W. Front St., Traverse City, MI 49684, 231.946.1742, toll free:Located a short walk from the heart of downtown Traverse City, the Flower Station is a family owned store that offers a selection of imported and locally grown fresh flowers.Hagstrom’s Flowers910 South Mitchell... https://mynorth.com/2015/01/10-northern-michigan-florists/