Archive: March, 2012

Flower Gardening Tips: Good Soil Produces Great Flowers

News from Newsolio: Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “The Earth laughs in flowers.” Any gardener who has known the joy of working with these bright, aromatic blessings of nature recognizes the truth of Emerson’s words. In this guide we want to help you get your next flower garden off to a great start, so the earth [...]

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Profitable paradise: Florist set to celebrate 20th anniversary

News from Daytona Beach News-Journal: Cheryl Fasino puts the finishing touches on a flower arrangement at Garden of Eden Florist in the St. Joe Business Center. (News-Tribune | Aaron London) Decorative candles are among the gift ideas available at the shop. (News-Tribune | Aaron London) >>> Read the full article

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Woodbury Flower Shop Buys Kissing 2 Lips

News from Patch.com: Woodbury’s M Studio Flower Affair has purchased the former Kissing 2 Lips flower shop. The move was made primarily to absorb Kissing 2 Lips customers after Christie Lewis, former owner of Kissing 2 Lips, retired. “I wanted to take care of her customers and she was looking for someone to treat her [...]

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Alamosa Flowers: Flower gardening is worth the challenge

News from Valley Courier: Redirect Notice  The previous page is sending you to http://www.alamosanews.com/v2_news_articles.php?heading=0 .  If you do not want to visit that page, you can return to the previous page. ……………. continues on Valley Courier >>> Read the full article ============================== Related News:

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A gift that grows

News from Chico News & Review: Michael Cannon in his Butte Creek Canyon greenhouse with the hundreds of plant starts that will be given away at May’s Endangered Species Faire. Related stories:Hooked on the cause In his three decades in Chico, Kelly Meagher has had a huge influence as an activist and a bankroller of [...]

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Lessons Learned: SEO Makes Australian Florist Bloom

News from Practical Ecommerce: “Lessons Learned” is a series where we ask ecommerce business owners to share their experiences, good and bad. For this installment, we corresponded with Andrew Thomson, co-founder and CEO of Lily’s Florist, an Australia-based site that links consumers in that country with their local florists. Thomson studied hospitality management and business [...]

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Lawyer: City Woman’s Flower Garden Should Be Allowed

News from Patch.com: Attorney Paul McEachern has handled many cases involving condominium associations over his career, but he has never seen an associated sue a condo owner because they wanted to plant flowers in front of their unit. McEachern is representing Kimberly Bois, the Portsmouth woman who is locked in a bitter legal battle with [...]

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Fioretta Llc

News from Press of Atlantic City: Fioretta LLC, Your Number One Florist in Northfield For fresh, high-quality flowers in Northfield, you can count on Fioretta LLC. Our professional staff of florists in Northfield will work with you to create beautiful, unique gifts for your special occasions. Not only do we provide flower delivery in Northfield, [...]

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Florist and princess win MKR

News from Ninemsn: Kylie Williams, AAP Entertainment Writer A florist and her best friend, the princess, have been crowned the My Kitchen Rules 2012 champions. Leigh Sexton and Jennifer Evans won the third series of Seven Network’s cooking competition in a tight contest against fellow South Australians Nic Mazzone and Rocco La Bella. “I never [...]

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Web big for small businesses

News from Berkshire Eagle: Click photo to enlarge Aleisha Gibbons of Berkshire Organics says her company’s website has been key to the growth of the business. ‘There’s no way we would have the store without the delivery service first,’ she says. Sunday March 25, 2012 DALTON — Four years ago, Aleisha Gibbons thought a website [...]

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