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Order flowers and gifts from Picket Fence located in Prescott AR for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 104 W 1St St S, Prescott Arkansas 71857 Zip. The phone number is (870) 887-5967. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Picket Fence in Prescott AR. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Picket Fence delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Picket Fence
Address:
104 W 1St St S
City:
Prescott
State:
Arkansas
Zip Code:
71857
Phone number:
(870) 887-5967
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Find Picket Fence directions to 104 W 1St St S in Prescott, AR (Zip 71857) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 33.802404999733, -93.3811457455158 respectively.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Feb 28, 2019

10 romantic houseplants that say 'I Love You' - The Daily Courier

Day gifts here at Watters Garden Center. Ken Lain can be found throughout the week at Watters Garden Center, 1815 W. Iron Springs Road in Prescott, or visit WattersGardenCenter.com or FB.com/WattersGardenCenter.

Nov 28, 2018

Creative collaboration creates gift - The Daily Courier

We know a very talented glass artist - maybe a frame created just for the photo? We talked with Barbara Sussman of Prescott Valley, and her answer was, "Sure, I can do something." So, off to Barbara's glass studio we went with our photo in hand. Barbara found the perfect color to complement those in the picture, bringing in the blue hues of the ocean, sky, and the granddaughter's dress. Okay, that was step one, but we were still not part of the event. The Frame and I and Ida Kendall was our next stop - of course, she could put the grandparents into the photo! After a few visits to both Barbara and Ida, and their visits with each other, the photo was perfect and the glass frame had some more colors added to the corners - beautiful! Now, how to put it all together with a mat and backing - oh, no, you can't put hangers on the glass frame! Well, The Frame and I, experts that they are, figured it out, came up with the most beautiful final product including a mat that had an inner blue edge and a narrow wooden frame that brought together the flower colors. A few weeks later, we presented the gift, and as they opened it, we can still hear the screaming and see their delighted smiles! We are so fortunate to have access to such talent right here in Prescott and Prescott Valley. Thank you, Barbara Sussman, Ida Kendall and The Frame and I. - Paul and Shirley Baskin, Prescott Valley ...

Jul 26, 2018

The Prescott Valley Daytripper 1.1

The Constellation Loop Trail, located in the Granite Dells of Prescott, AZ. is only 8.5 miles (12 min drive) from the Entertainment District of Prescott Valley, and is definitely one of the more picturesque hikes the Prescott Valley Daytripper has experienced. The trail is a 2.4 mile loop featuring wild flowers, trees and amazing granite formations. Rated as moderate on AllTrails.com, it is accessible all year long. Dogs are permitted but must be on leash. Although rated as “Moderate”, we think this trail is pretty much for everyone and a must on the bucket list for all who have not experienced it. A great day trip. As always, bring water and a friend! If you’re feeling adventurous, there’s some rock climbing too 🙂 This article was made possible by Homestead Talking Glass – Live Work Play Homestead Talking Glass Apartments opening December 2018 – located in the heart of downtown Prescott Valley Live – Work – Play Naming of the Constellation Trail At the trailhead, there is a monument...

Jul 26, 2018

10 Ways to Use Rosemary from the Home Garden

Watters Garden Center. Ken Lain can be found throughout the week at Watters Garden Center, 1815 W. Iron Springs Rd in Prescott, or contacted through his website at WattersGardenCenter.com or FB.com/WattersGardenCenter Watters: Website Facebook YouTube Instagram Pinterest Summer 2018 Watters Garden Classes Watters holds Garden Classes on Saturdays at 9:30 AM in the morning FREE for our gardening friends. Each session will last approximately 1 hour. If you can't attend a class, watch the Livestream on Facebook. Like our Facebook Page to be notified when we go Live. July 28 - Perennial Flowers – Blooms that impress July is the ideal month to plant perennials in the yard. Students learn how to design seasonally for a continual bloom in the garden. Notable mentions will be the native and heat-loving flowers that bloom without any care at all. All local & All Free. Aug 4 - Easy Grow Roses There are so many different roses to choose from--more than your grandmother ever knew about! Learn the difference between hybrid tea, floribunda, shrub, carpet and so much more. Talking points include the best rose varieties, care, and placement for non-stop blooms. Free to local gardeners that want more fragrance & color in the yard. Aug 11– Herbs from Garden to Table Summer is the ideal time to add herbs to the garden. Special guest instructor Deborah Maranville, chef, and owner of Natural Healing Garden, knows her herbs and uses them to create health-centered food choices that focus on utilizing local produce and delicious organic food. Join Deborah for a tantalizing cooking demonstration that will focus on the best techniques to get the herbs from your garden to spice up your cooking. Remember, if you can't attend a class, watch the Livestream on Facebook. Like our Facebook Page to be notified when we go Live.

May 24, 2018

15 Flowers that Rebuff Hummingbirds

Plant trees for hummingbirds that are attractive for nesting. I regularly find hummingbird nests in my Bradford Pear and Prescott Blaze Maple. Flowers that are unsuitable for hummingbirds, may be enjoyable to other birds, attracting them to make use of your less hummingbird-friendly flowers. The yards most attractive to hummers include a range of flowers to meet all birds' needs, as well as other trees, shrubs, and vines that can provide food, shelter, and nesting sites for all types of birds. OK, enough of the bad plants for hummingbirds here's a link to plants hummingbirds find irresistible: Plants that Attract Hummingbirds Plants that Attract other Birds Free Gardening Class April 28 @ 9:30 am Growing Your Own Groceries and BIGGER Tomatoes Open this link to see all of Watters' gardening classes this spring. Until next issue, I'll be here at the garden center helping gardeners grow better hummingbird flowers. Watters: Website Facebook YouTube Instagram Ken Lain can be found throughout the week at Watters Garden Center, 1815 W. Iron Springs Rd in Prescott, or contacted through his web site at WattersGardenCenter.com Gardening Classes sure to make you a better gardener April 28 - Growing Your Own Groceries – Ladybug Release Weekend This fun-filled class has everything edible for the garden this spring! We'll cover the best heirloom varieties to local favorites, and highlight soil preparation,...

Apr 6, 2018

Sun Valley tulips star at American Tulip Day event

San Francisco,” said Sun Valley marketing specialist Bill Prescott. “There were 10 of us and we drove all night and met 15 Dutch folks and then spent the morning setting up a design on Union Plaza.”The tulip garden was then opened to the public who were provided with bags and encouraged to take flowers home with them.“We went through 100,000 flowers in about three hours,” Prescott said. “The idea was for people to take as many tulips to fill up their bags. People took selfies while they gathered tulips and when the bags were full they went on their way.”Prescott said the goal of the event was to raise the profile of tulips here in the United States. Sun Valley collaborated with Dutch tulip exporters Anthos and iBulb to create the display and the American event was patterned on Dutch Tulip Day, an annual event held in Amsterdam since 2012.“There was a spectacle to this,” Prescott said. “For this being the event’s first year ever this was a huge success and we found the right city and the right location to hold it.”Prescott said it will be interesting to see if Sun Valley and other flower retailers see a bump in sales.“This was part of our goal to get people excited about flowers and we are curious to see if the flower shops in the Bay Area will see a bump in sales of tulips after this event.”Dan Squier can be reached at 707-441-0528. (Eureka Times Standard)

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