Archive: March, 2013

Kenary Florist Rooting in at New Webster Location

News from Patch.com: After spending the past 18 years bouncing around a radius of Old Webster comprised of only a few blocks, Kenary Park Florist & Gifts has finally settled into the space the owners plan to call home for good. The longtime local flower shop moved into the retail space at the corner of [...]

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Local florist named Floral Artist of the Year

News from Coon Rapids Herald: By Sue Austreng on March 25, 2013 at 7:00 am >>> Read the full article ============================== Related News:

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Florist makes surprise visits delivering ‘random acts of flowers’

News from Napa Valley Register: Most people don’t mind being interrupted by a man delivering flowers, and Gina De Luca, music office secretary at Napa High School, was no exception. On Wednesday morning, John Prittie, owner of Beau Fleurs Flower Company in Napa, surprised De Luca in a classroom near the school’s theater with a [...]

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I Ordered Directly From A Local Florist, And It Was Awesome

News from The Consumerist: The lovely flowers that arrived. Why are we still yammering about Valentine’s Day flowers? The holiday itself is long gone, but as birthdays, funerals, hospitalizations, and other occasions come and go, the problems with using national Big Flower websites remain. As another major flower-sending holiday, Mother’s Day, approaches, we’re sharing this [...]

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New Providence Florist thanked for decorating Saltbox Museum

News from Independent Press – NJ.com: Pictured here is one of the many wreaths that the florist has decorated the front door of the New Providence Saltbox Museum.   The New Providence Historical Society and all its members would like to thank Charles Hovanec, owner of New Providence Florist, 44 South St., for generously decorating [...]

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Tips on hiring a good florist for your wedding

News from Citizens Voice: Some things go hand-in-hand with wedding planning. That’s to say that every bride and groom somehow innately know the top five things they need to acquire, hire, or book: venue, caterer, DJ, photographer, florist. Over the last few months, we’ve talked a lot about the first four, so I figured it [...]

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Florist enjoys rosy career with brilliant arrangements

News from newszap.com: Delaware State News/Dave ChambersFloral designer Sue Krabill of Frederica arranges an arrangement inside Jen-Mor Florist Inc. in Dover Tuesday morning. Ms. Krabill is the first Delawarean to be a selected as a member of the American Institute of Floral Designers and her work in currently featured in the Philadephia Flower Show. DOVER [...]

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Walpole Florist Invited to Boston Flower & Garden Show

News from Patch.com: For the third year, Village Arts & Flowers, 631 Main St., Walpole, has been invited to exhibit at the 2013 Boston Flower & Garden Show. Each year, the Boston Flower & Garden Show invites local florists to exhibit as part of the Florist Invitational.  The theme of this year’s show, “Seed of [...]

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Florist opens Hardwick business

News from Stowe Today: Amy Tallman recently announced the opening of Amy’s Artistic Floral in Hardwick. Tallman is a studio-based florist specializing in weddings, events and sympathy design. She has more than 25 years of floral experience, and she says her adoration of flowers comes through in her arrangements. She handpicks fresh flowers and explores [...]

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