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Alabama State Featured Florists
1317 North Wilson AvenuePrichard, AL 36610
100 St. Joseph AveBrewton, AL 36426
3000 Airport BlvdMobile, AL 36606
5655 Middle RoadTheodore, AL 36582
10896 U.S. 278Holly Pond, AL 35083
Alabama Flowers News
Jul 26, 2019
The Sunflower Field draws thousands to small Alabama town - Alabama NewsCenter
Sheridan said. “Once you get them up, it’s not too difficult.”
The Sunflower Field brings thousands of smiles to Autaugaville from Alabama NewsCenter on Vimeo.
This is Sheridan’s fifth year planting sunflowers, but only his fourth year making them available for public viewing and picking.
“It got started growing grain for a company that was going to crush oil out of it,” Sheridan said. “They were on a major highway so I knew there was going to be people wanting to take pictures, so I left some gates open, and then some guy took a picture and sent it to a news station, and some guy comes down and takes a video, and one thing led to another, and here we are. It’s turned into an event.”
Sheridan said he’s had to quit his job for a month each summer to focus full time on the sunflowers.
“I don’t know if I’ve been able to take it all in yet,” Sheridan said. “Every year it gets more and more, but that’s OK. We’re enjoying it.”
The farm is located at 3301 Highway 14 W. in Autaugaville. It is open from daylight until dark daily as long as the blooms last. No pets are allowed. Professional photographers are welcome, but there is a $20 per session charge for use of the field.
Sunflower blooms are available for purchase. Individual flowers are $1 each, or you can purchase a souvenir bucket for $10 to take home as many flowers as you can fit in the bucket. Flowers in grow bags are also available for purchase at $3 each, 2 for $5 or 5 for $10.
For more information, contact them on Facebook at The Sunflower Field.
Jul 26, 2019
This sunflower field is Alabama’s happy place - AL.com
Each May, Todd Sheridan plants nearly a million seeds over 40 acres of land along Alabama Highway 14 in the small town in central Alabama where he grew up. The property has been in his family since his grandparents purchased it in the 1940s.The sunflower field started as a happy accident. Todd and a friend were trying to decide what to plant when they were approached by someone who wanted to pay them per acre to produce sunflower seeds for deer. “We did that and had a pretty good crop,” he says. “At the end of the year, we put 155,000 pounds of seed in the guy’s bin. He wasn’t expecting that much.”The customer still hasn’t used all the seeds, Todd says with a chuckle.That first year, the sunflowers were planted along a dirt road where nobody saw them. But after Todd consulted with an agronomist, he decided to plant them on his property along the state highway. Once the sunflowers began to grow, “I left the gates open because I knew people would want to take pictures,” he says.A Montgomery TV station, WFSA, used a photo of Todd’s sunflowers as a backdrop for its weather coverage. “That’s when it started,” he says. When Kevin Henderson of Alabama Aerial Photography/SkyBama posted a video from his drone camera flying over the field, suddenly it became a fiel... Oct 26, 2018
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Mary J. Blige, Brandon Flowers to Present at Rock Hall of Fame Induction
Brandon Flowers will do the honors for the Cars, Mary J. Blige will fete Nina Simon, Heart's Ann Wilson will speak on behalf of the Moody Blues and Alabama Shakes singer Brittany Howard will honor Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Andra Day is scheduled to perform a tribute to Nina Simone. Word came out earlier this year that Howard Stern would induct Bon Jovi. Stevie Van Zandt will also appear as a special guest at the induction ceremony."I am such a huge Nina Simone fan," Blige says in a statement to Rolling Stone, "and am beyond thrilled and honored to be a part of her Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction."Howard is also excited by the opportunity to honor of her her heroes. "It is a huge honor to induct Sister Rosetta Tharpe to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame," she tells Rolling Stone. "She has been such an inspiration. I hope this spotlight helps people discover what so many of us already know. She is one of the greatest artists of all time."Wilson has been a lifelong fan of the Moody Blues. "The Moody Blues have meant a lot in my soul over the years," she says. "They are an original – the real thing. It is my honor to pay tribute to them at this year’s RRHOF induction ceremony.”The Hall of Fame induction ceremony, presented by Klipsch, has featured historic reunions in the past and this ...Apr 6, 2018
Police: Woman who resold stolen graveside flowers arrested
County Jail (Mugshot: St. Clair County Jail, Background: Beverly Mulvehill)PELL CITY, Ala. — Families with loved ones resting in multiple Central Alabama counties can now rest easy themselves.Pell City Police say a woman was arrested Thursday for being in possession of graveside floral arrangements stolen from cemeteries in multiple counties.Police say the suspect, 62-year-old Bernadette Clark, of Lincoln, was trying to re-sell the stolen flowers on Martin Street in Pell City. The property was identified by theft victims who reported the arrangements as stolen to multiple agencies.Clark was booked into the St. Clair County on a $1,000 bond for each charge. The arrangements were taken from victims in St. Clair, Talladega and Calhoun County."These families are very emotional and shocked by these crimes and I am happy that we can bring them a resolution," said Pell City Police Chief Paul Irwin.Anyone with information on criminal activity is asked to contact Pell City Police at (205) 884-3334. (WRGB)