Archive: December, 2014

Flemington hires The Garden Shed to fill its 235 curbside ‘flower pots’

News from NJ.com: The Garden Shed of Pittstown will be filling Flemington’s ‘flower pots’ in 2015.Rick Epstein | Hunterdon County Democrat  FLEMINGTON — When springtime arrives, there will be a new contractor servicing the borough’s 235 planters, which are generally referred to as “flower pots.” At the last meeting of the old year, The Garden [...]

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Garden book bites: Companion planting and shrub gardens from Chelsea …

News from OregonLive.com: DIY gardener and landscaper Sally Peterson pores over garden-related books with a Pacific Northwest perspective. Here are her mini reviews:  by Josie Jeffery ($ 17.99, Ten Speed Press): Horticulture and garden design expert Josie Jeffery runs SeedFreedom, which promotes seed diversity. In this new book, she studies the ancient, all-natural method of placing the right [...]

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Flower shop in Coventry offers gift of service 365 days a year

News from Turn to 10: COVENTRY, R.I. – For 40 years, Ice House Flowers in Coventry has opened its doors on Christmas Day to sell flowers to people in a community where it’s become an icon. Years ago, George Proffitt got a call from people in town for a funeral on Christmas. “They were going [...]

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THE EATBEAT: Northwood Flower & Gift serves up lunch, too

News from Grand Forks Herald: There is nothing in this place that comes pre-made or frozen. It is all prepared “from scratch” in the kitchen downstairs, which Lori Bartuska calls “the dungeon.” The food is delivered to the tables by her daughter, Brandi Bartuska. There, in fact, is no menu. There is one choice for [...]

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Blind woman filled garden with riot of colorful flowers

News from The Augusta Chronicle: The greatest gift of life is friendship, and I have received it. – Hubert H. Humphrey While speaking to a group at Hill Baptist Church last month, I met Jean Culpepper, who told me the most amazing story about her grandmother Ella Wren, of Wrens, Ga. Ella was blind, Jean [...]

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Fire destroys florist’s greenhouse, estimated $100k loss

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Letter: Give the gift of flower baskets

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Ravenna florist marks 20th year of making spirits bright

News from Ravenna Record Courier: By Diane Smith | Staff Writer Published:December 22, 2014 4:02AM It may be the bleak winter outside, but the inside of City Gardener and Florist does its best to make its Ravenna landmark building look like a winter wonderland.Owners Paul Moore and Nicolas Suarez are celebrating their 20th Christmas in [...]

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Flowergarden: A Special Stop on DeKalb for Gifts and Renewal

News from Brooklyn Reader: Harold King in his shop Flowergarden next to some of his beautiful houseplants. The most personal, unusual, quite the prettiest, best smelling shop on DeKalb Avenue is also one of the easiest to miss; but don’t pass it by. You probably need a last minute gift or something small but special [...]

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Bussey’s Florist & Gifts provides feeling of home

News from Northwest Georgia News: Bussey’s Florist & Gifts is a holiday wonderland where shoppers can find something for everyone on their Christmas list. This shop, located at 302 Main Street in Cedartown, is filled with merchandise that evidently beckons to the continued stream of people who enter with a look of anticipation and leave [...]

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