Archive: November, 2011

What Are the Best Florists in the Wellesley Area?

News from Patch.com: From time to time, Wellesley Patch highlights editor and reader picks of great local businesses, destinations, services, organizations, ways to spend a day off and more in our feature called Patch Picks. Thanksgiving might be over, but the holidays are right around the corner. And one great way to celebrate the holidays is through a decorative floral arrangement [...]

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International Florist daFlores Announces Cyber Monday Deals, 20 Percent Off …

News from Jags Report: Flower delivery company daFlores has announced site-wide Cyber Monday savings. This November 28, customers can take advantage of a 20 percent discount on all flower deliveries and gifts. Come Monday, savvy bargain-hunters and repeat customers alike will find a checkout discount code prominently displayed on the daFlores website. (PRWEB) November 27, [...]

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Buying Guide: How To Shop For Mail-Order Flowers (PHOTOS)

News from StyleList: Sending flowers is one of the easiest ways to show someone you care. Whether it’s thanking your host/hostess for a fantastic holiday meal or wishing your BFF happy birthday, everyone loves it when the delivery guy comes by with flowers for them. Unfortunately, we all have a horror story about a flower [...]

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daFlores Offers 20% Off Site-Wide Cyber Monday Sale

News from News Veteran: Posted by Dalton Spencer on Monday, November 28, 2011 · Leave a Comment  If a special occasion falls on Monday and there is a need for you to give a bouquet a flowers but time isn’t that enough, feel free to check the internet as the international florist daFlores just announced [...]

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Three-day Autumn Flower Show attracts visitors

News from The News International: ISLAMABAD: The three-day annual Autumn flowers show with colorful variety concluded here Sunday at Rose and Jasmine Garden, attracting nature lovers in droves. The exhibition show organized by Capital Development Authority (CDA) in collaboration with Islamabad Horticulture Society (IHS) had been opened by Chairman CDA, Imtiaz Inayat Elahi. Many public [...]

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Shickshinny on the mend

News from Wilkes Barre Times-Leader: Posted: November 27Updated: Today at 5:19 AM Residents’ spirits high in flooded river town By Steve Mocarsky smocarsky@timesleader.comLuzerne County Reporter   |   Steve Mocarsky on Facebook   |   @TLSteveMocarsky on Twitter SHICKSHINNY – Why come back? How many times can you start over? click image to enlarge Bonnie [...]

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Millville’s Flower Farm operators call it quits

News from Vineland Daily Journal: MILLVILLE — George and Phyllis Mitchell are two 82-year-olds out of a job. Send them no flowers, though — unless you mean to buy them from The Flower Farm. This fall is the first since 1976 that the Mitchells don’t need to be working in their Carmel Road nursery and [...]

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New florist on Coffeen Street offers flowers, pottery

News from WatertownDailyTimes.com: FLORIST, GIFT SHOP: Allen’s on Coffeen has art, ceramics, pottery painting room Watertown’s newest flower shop offers fresh arrangements, flowers, plants and pottery to be painted. The mother-daughter team of Rhonda Hall-Allen and Lori L. Allen merged their creative interests at Allen’s Florist and Pottery Shop, 1092 Coffeen St. Ms. Hall-Allen, a [...]

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The colorful Swan columbine series thrives in South Louisiana gardens

News from NOLA.com: Louisiana gardeners seldom grow columbines (Aquilegia species and hybrids) in their cool-season flower gardens. This probably is due mostly to unfamiliarity with columbines — there is no tradition of using columbines here in the Deep South — and lack of availability in local nurseries. That’s about to change. A relatively new hybrid [...]

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The colorful Swan columbine series thrives in South Louisiana gardens

News from NOLA.com: Louisiana gardeners seldom grow columbines (Aquilegia species and hybrids) in their cool-season flower gardens. This probably is due mostly to unfamiliarity with columbines — there is no tradition of using columbines here in the Deep South — and lack of availability in local nurseries. That’s about to change. A relatively new hybrid [...]

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