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1495 Admirals Road
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(250) 361-3637
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Jul 5, 2019

Tropical Gardening: Summer brings flowers for fragrance and color - Hawaii Tribune-Herald (subscription)

Hedychium greenei, is sometimes called the guava jelly ginger. It is so cold hardy that it will winter over as far north as Seattle and Victoria, British Columbia, if given a little protection. On the Hilo side, you will also see fields of edible ginger grown commercially. Try several types if you have the room in your garden. One caution to note is to remember the Kahili ginger is one that seeds and spreads in the wet, higher elevations. Folks in the Volcano area are concerned it is proliferating in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. ADVERTISING Since park personnel are trying to keep non-native plants out, it would be helpful if the spent flower heads were removed from your garden before they set seed. The seed also can be harvested for culinary and medicinal uses. Of course, park officials would probably prefer it if residents adjacent to the park avoided planting Kahili ginger altogether. For answers to your questions about fragrant plants, call the UH Master Gardener Helpline at 322-4893 in Kona and 981-5199 in Hilo. Share this story ...

Jul 5, 2019

The ceremony featured a parade from White Plains Road and Van Nest Avenue to the memorial where participants placed flowers to honor our service members' memories. The event also included the public r

Thomas Barry, who fell during WWI. Photo by Silvio Pacifico Fallen WWI sailor Dominick Farina’s relatives (front, l-r) Tom and Victoria Farina and Virgina Farina-Hollis spoke during the ceremony. Photo by Silvio Pacifico John Fraser Bryan American Legion Post 19 commander Earl Menard held a photo of coxswain Dominick Farina, who fell in the closing days of WWI. Photo by Silvio Pacifico Old Glory and the POW MIA flags were raised during the Memorial Day ceremony. Photo by Silvio Pacifico (l-r) Gene DeFrancis, Earl Menard, Anthony Ferrara and Ricardo Garcia bear the American flag. Posted 12:00 am, June 8, 2019 ©2019 Today’s news: Share on TwitterTweet Share on Facebook Subscribe ...

Jun 22, 2019

Royal Wedding Flowers: Queen Silvia and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden - Royal Central

King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia wed on June 19th 1976 and their eldest child and heir to the throne, Crown Princess Victoria, chose the same date for her marriage to Daniel Westling in 2010. Mother and daughter wore the same tiara for their marriages and selected cream and green blooms for their bouquets. But their wedding posies had plenty to tell them apart, too. Here’s a look at the wedding flowers of Queen Silvia and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden. The new queen’s bouquet included orchids and jasmine. Set in a medium sized cascading posy, they were arranged alongside stephanotis and lily of the valley for a very traditional take on bridal flowers. Another tradition was also kept to as Silvia’s bouquet also contained sprigs of myrtle taken from a bush planted at Sofiero by Margaret of Connaught, her new husband’s grandmother. Embed from Getty Images There was plenty of tradition, too, when Carl Gustaf and Silvia’s elder daughter, Crown Princess Victoria, married in 2010. She, too, added the myrtle of Sofiero to the bouquet which she carried into the service at Stockholm Cathedral, exactly 34 years to the day since her parents had wed there. However, Victoria’s bouquet was bursting with more blooms that the average royal wedding posy. The Crown Princess of Sweden chose to honour many of her country’s most famous flowers by adding them to her bridal selection and mixed them with favourites used at many weddings. Embed from Getty Images Victoria’s bouquet contained lily of the valley, peonies, roses and orchids as well as sweet peas, gardenias and clematis. They were mixed with cosmos, azaleas, the wax flower and bleeding heart while dicentra formosa, lilies and Marbacka pelargonium were also used. They were all arranged into a medium size...

May 31, 2019

These Flowers Have Been Growing for 103 Years - The New York Times

Jacobs. The flowers adorned the Thom Browne hybrid suit-dress that Zazie Beetz wore to the Met Gala, and they have decorated the angel wings of a Victoria’s Secret runway model and the uniforms of Marriott employees, who wear leather camellias pinned to their suits. One year, Schmalberg made 200,000 tiny silk petals for Vera Wang to stitch into its dresses. More recently, the firm created leather leaves for the display windows of the jeweler Harry Winston’s Paris boutique.ImageWarren Brand, left, and his son Adam, who run M & S Schmalberg.CreditVincent Tullo for The New York TimesBut in the age of fast fashion and offshoring, the business of Manhattan fabric flora is not exactly bustling. Michael Kaback, a retired garment district worker who has become the area’s unofficial historian, said there were once upward of 10 artificial flower firms plying their trade. Now, Schmalberg is the only survivor.Mr. Brand gathered the students in the factory’s assembly area, where five women were seated around two tables, painstakingly layering fabric petals together with wire and craft glue. Delicate purple flowers were strung on tiny wire lines; finished flowers are hung like clothes to dry.“What Carmen is doing here is she’s making buds,” Mr. Brand said, describing the work of Carmen Garcia. He picked up a loose petal made of python. “If you look at this and fold it up, it becomes a bud. Then you put another piece behind it.”ImagePetal to the metal: A machine at M & S Schmalberg that presses stacks of fabric into the shapes of flowers.CreditVincent Tullo for The New York TimesA big-bellied man who wears beachy clothes in all seasons, Mr. Brand refers to himself as “the flower guy.” He has worked in the fabric flower trade since his teens and remains, he said, “obsessed about it.” Sometimes he lies in bed at night and thinks up new shapes to make with the firm’s hundreds of flower molds.He called the students’ attention to a printed photo of an old man taped to a nearby wall: his late father, Harold...

Apr 27, 2019

The Flower Box in Grantown-on-Spey in running for Florist of the Year (North) title in Scottish Independent Retail Awards - Strathspey Herald

Competing with The Flower Box for this year’s title are Fiona’s Flower Studio and The Flower Company (both Inverness), Victoriana Florist & Gifts in Alness, Dingwall’s Daisy Rue Flowers, The Flower Shop London House in Tain and Aberdeen Flowers in the granite city.

Apr 27, 2019

A walk through the history of roses as a wedding flower - Los Altos Town Crier

Brides also carried bouquets made of herbs and spices to ward off evil spirits and increase sexual desire. In the Victorian era, flowers became a notable part of wedding ceremonies, replacing most of the herbs and spices in the bridal bouquets. For Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s wedding in 1840, the queen’s bouquet was composed entirely of snowdrop flowers. Today, there are no rules for wedding flowers. Choose flowers of any color, shape and fragrance to suit your personality, taste and style. Actors Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas used 20,000 cream-color roses at their wedding. If you watched the recent Disney movie “Cinderella,” you were certainly impressed by Cinderella and Prince Kit’s wedding, which was filled with romantic white and pink roses. Since 500 B.C., roses have played a key element in popular culture. Paintings of roses have been discovered in Egyptian pyramid tombs from the 14th century B.C. Roses are a universal symbol of love and beauty. Writers and poets have used roses as a metaphor for beauty, passion and true love. The most popular wedding flowers are roses, tulips, peonies, hydrangeas, lilacs, dahlias, lilies of the valley, orchids, calla lilies, gardenias, stephanotis and ranunculi. Many roses are available year-round. They are easy to grow and likely to produce repeating blooms. As a result, they can be surprisingly affordable. Contrary to popular belief, roses can be a relatively inexpensive wedding flower relative to other beautiful blooms. For example, peonies and tulips naturally bloom only in the spring, and are more expensive, even in their short season. Roses come in different colors and hues. In our culture, the different colors of roses are thought to symbolize deeper meanings, for example: • Red = love and passion • Pink = admiration and sweetness • White = purity and charm • Yell...

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