Archive: July, 2011

These garden beauties can thrive in the dry heat

News from Columbia Daily Tribune: Xeric gardens are those designed to endure dry weather conditions and, if planted luxuriantly enough, also will tolerate a certain amount of heat. Native wildflowers of various heights, colors and textures are among the best bets for xeriscaping — “xeros,” Greek for dry, added to landscaping. There also are zeroscaped [...]

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Man charged over florist robbery

News from BBC News:31 July 2011 Last updated at 07:16 ET One man was stabbed in the raid on the florist shop in Old Trafford An 18-year-old man has been charged with robbery in connection with a raid at a florist shop in Greater Manchester where his brother died of stab wounds. Kyle Mullings, 18, [...]

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Florist bailed over robber death

News from BBC News:29 July 2011 Last updated at 13:40 ET Mr Coley has owned the shop in Shrewsbury Street for 40 years, his nephew said A 72-year-old shopkeeper arrested on suspicion of murder after the stabbing of a suspected armed robber has been released on bail. Gary Mullings, 30, died in hospital following the [...]

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Patch Passport: Discover Treasures at Floral Fantasy

News from Patch.com: Stoughton’s Floral Fantasy is known for its friendly, personalized and professional customer service, and for its selection of bright, bold and beautiful flowers, but the Central Street flower shop also has an extensive collection of unique gifts—for any occasion and for any budget. Owner Shoeleh Moarefi says Floral Fantasy, located at 979 [...]

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BRAINERD IN BLOOM: Judges’ comments help north Brainerd yard win contest

News from Brainerd Daily Dispatch: Spotted Please Note: You may have disabled JavaScript and/or CSS. Although this news content will be accessible, certain functionality is unavailable. Skip to News « back next » Weekender Model Antique Train gallery BLACF Philanthropy Award Banquet

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Florist to be quizzed over death

News from BBC News:28 July 2011 Last updated at 12:39 ET Mr Coley has owned the shop in Shrewsbury Street for 40 years, his nephew said A suspected armed robber who was stabbed to death during a raid at a florist’s had been cleared of murder nine years ago, it is understood. Police said Gary [...]

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Kuching To Be A “Flower Garden City” In 10 Years’ Time

News from Bernama: July 27, 2011 19:29 PM Kuching To Be A “Flower Garden City” In 10 Years’ Time KUCHING, July 27 (Bernama) — Kuching City which has been acknowledged as one of the cleanest and most beautiful cities in the country will become a “flower garden city” in 10 years, Chief Minister Tan Sri [...]

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A Whole Bunch Flower Market Offers Quality, Fresh Blooms for Your Home

News from Patch.com: A Whole Bunch Flower Market, 326 Cambridge St., has a combination of what the florist and the super market have to offer. The big difference at Whole Bunch is that service, quality and price are combined to offer the consumer a good product grown under an ideal situation at a fair price. Flowers [...]

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Thieves swipe flags from Calverton florist

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On The Avenue open four months, already planning expansion in Willmar

News from West Central Tribune: Image On the Avenue floral and gift shop offers a wide range of merchandise. Hats, jewelry and home decorating items are among the inventory. As much as they can, owners Kaitlyn Larson and Kristin Larson try to offer merchandise made in Minnesota or the United States. Tribune photo by Ron [...]

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