Local Flower Shop News
America in Bloom judges coming to Mansfield - Mansfield News JournalTuesday, July 23, 2019
Garden Club and spearheaded her community’s first participation in the America in Bloom Program in 2005. France has been serving as the Coshocton Municipal Court judge since 2006, currently serving his third six-year term. He has been involved with the community in various capacities, including serving on the board for Coshocton Community Housing, which provides homes for people with developmental disabilities. He is president of Coshocton is Blooming, a non-profit board established to participate in America in Bloom. His talent for planting and nurturing flowers began about 20 years ago, when his daughter’s junior high track boosters raised money by planting flowers in the 30 downtown planters. The planters were planted in May and were dead by July. He realized that someone needed to take more responsibility, so he hauled water in the back of his truck to keep the plants alive all summer. Still, they were not thriving. The next year, he convinced the local Rotary Club to donate different flowers and the City of Coshocton to allow usage of spigots and city water. He completed the Master Gardener program through the Ohio State University Extension Office. He has personally designed and planted the courthouse and city flowerbeds and helped Coshocton is Blooming obtain planters for every intersection in the city, according to America in Bloom. Finally, he piloted a program to replace the old containers on Main Street to enhance the architecture of the city buildings. The planters have grown from 30 to more than 400, including 96 hanging baskets. To date, more than 250 communities from 45 states have participated in the program and more than 22 million people have been touched by it. Awards will be announced Oct. 3-5 at AIB’s National Symposium & Awards Celebration, this year in St. Charles, Illinois. America in Bloom 2018: Judges see flowers, historic sites, more firstname.lastname@example.org 419-521-7223 Twitter: @LWhitmir... https://www.mansfieldnewsjournal.com/story/news/2019/07/22/america-bloom-judges-coming-downtown-mansfield/1793243001/
June pick-your-own: berries, peas and flowers - Columbus DispatchTuesday, June 07, 2016
Clinton County2. Stokes Berry Farm, 2822 Center Road, northwest of Wilmington: strawberries, black raspberries (937-382-4004)Coshocton County3. Carobeth Berry Farm, 35100 Pike Township Road 68, north of Frazeysburg: blueberries, black and red raspberries (740-828-3091)Franklin County4. Circle S Farms, 9015 London Groveport Road, southwest of Grove City: strawberries (614-878-9462, 614-878-7980, www.circlesfarm.com)5. Doran’s Farm Market, 5462 Babbitt Road, near New Albany: peas, strawberries (614-855-3885, www.doransfarmmarket.com)6. Hann Farms, 4600 Lockbourne Road: peas, strawberries (614-491-0812, www.hannfarmsmarket.com)Highland County7. Barrett’s Strawberry Farm, 11434 Fairfield Road, south of Leesburg: strawberries (937-780-4961)Licking County8. Legend Hills Orchard, 11335 Reynolds Road, south of Utica: strawberries (740-892-2498, www.legendhillsorchard.com)Logan County9. Wishwell Farms, 3381 Route 68 N., north of Bellefontaine: strawberries (937-592-2173, www.wishwellfarms.com)Pickaway County10. Blossoms at the Bend, 5564 Williamsport Pike, south of Williamsport: flowers all summer (740-986-3020, 740-986-9503, www.blossomsatthebend.com)11. Stir Family Farm, 8162 Madison Walnut Road, east of Ashville: strawberries, black raspberries (740-983-8648, 740-497-2935, stirfamilyfarm.yolasite.com)Richland County12. The Blueberry Patch, 1285 W. Hanley Road, near Mansfield: blueberries (419-884-1797, www.theblueberrypatch.org)Union County13. Jacquemin Farms, 7437 Hyland Croy R... http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/food/2016/06/01/june-pick-your-own-berries-peas-and-flowers.html
Fayetteville florist delivers flowers to families for soldiers overseas - WTVD-TVWednesday, March 31, 2021
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- As floral shops scramble to prepare and deliver orders for Valentine's Day, one Fayetteville flower shop is bringing smiles from loved stationed overseas.Owens Florist says they will fulfill up to 300 orders on Valentine's Day alone of both local and orders coming from deployed Fort Bragg soldiers.The shop's owner, Barbara Colman, said it's a special way to help soldiers stay in touch with their loved ones, even when they are far away from home."There's a lot of preparation, a lot of orders for flowers that need to be placed months ahead of time," said Colman.For the full staff on hand, it's more than just a busy flower delivery day."We love just giving that hometown feel that they aren't that far away. Because they can call us and order online we can just make their spouse happy during this difficult time," said Colman.Barbara says those needing last-minute bouquets might be out of luck, by the end of the day, the shop plans to sell out of all the Valentine's Day arrangements. https://abc11.com/owens-florist-barbara-colman-fayetteville-flower-shops/5931865/
5 Best Florists in Columbus ?? - Kev's BestWednesday, March 31, 2021
Below is a list of the top and leading Florists in Columbus. To help you find the best Florists located near you in Columbus, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.Columbus’s Best Florists:The top rated Florists in Columbus are:Flowerama – a full-service flower shop that features flowers and some baked goodsOberer’s Flowers, Inc. – offers plants, flowers, and gift baskets for various occasionsSawmill Florist – provides high-quality flowers and creative arrangementsDe Santis Florists, Inc. – features flower and gift arrangements and delivery across the areaMarket Blooms – offers handcrafted bouquets with a diverse set of flowers and accessoriesFlowerama Flowerama is a full-service flower shop that features flowers and some baked goods. They arrange flowers for birthdays, holidays, and casual surprises. Their products include centerpieces, wreaths, and arrangements. In addition, they have flower arrangements great for anniversaries, get well gifts and sympathy. Their diverse selection of pla... https://kevsbest.com/florists-in-columbus/
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.
Why Small Businesses Matter in Fairfield: Blossoms at Dailey's Flower Shop - HamletHubWednesday, March 31, 2021
We insist on quality and are dedicated to providing our clients with unparalleled customer service. We are a full-service florist and you can order flowers online 24/7 from our website!How many local businesses do you use to support your business (products and services) and can you name them?We support our neighbor Posters Hardware and Lapolla Insurance Agency. Another local business that should be noted would be Lapolla Insurance Agency.Blossoms at Dailey's Flower Shop is located at 2151 Black Rock Turnpike in Fairfield. Visit Blossoms at Dailey's Flower Shop online here, and make sure to check out their Facebook page as well!HamletHub thanks Fairfield County Bank for making our Why Small Businesses Matter series possible!... https://news.hamlethub.com/fairfield/places/49987-why-small-businesses-matter-blossoms-at-dailey-s-flower-shop
WRAL Small Business Spotlight: Fallon's Flowers celebrates 100 years in Raleigh - WRAL.comWednesday, March 31, 2021
By Jessica Patrick, WRAL multiplatform producerRaleigh, N.C. — Fallon's Flowers isn't just the oldest florist in Raleigh -- it's very likely the oldest in North Carolina, owners say. It was recognized by the public as the best, winning the best florist category in the 2020 WRAL Voters' Choice Awards.The company has been around for more than 100 years, since the Fallon family migrated to Raleigh in 1919 and began growing their own flowers in a series of greenhouses near Oakwood Cemetery.In 1920, the Fallons opened a retail shop on Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh, where they sold flowers for decades until they moved into the current building at 700 Saint Mary's St., which was originally a Piggly Wiggly.The business was eventually sold to the Brown-Wynne family and is now owned by the McCarthy family. The longest-working employee started helping in the greenhouses 45 years ago and still works at the Saint Mary's Street location.Frank Campisi has managed that location for 20 years. He said, while the ownership has changed, the family focus remains the same."I talk to customers who... https://www.wral.com/wral-small-business-spotlight-fallon-s-flowers-celebrates-100-years-in-raleigh/19595753/