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California, CA Florists

Find florist in California state that deliver flowers for any occasion including Birthdays, Anniversaries, Funerals as well as Valentines Day and Mother's Day. Select a California city below to find local flower shops contact information, address and more.

California Cities

California State Featured Florists

La Florist

6170 Bollinger Rd
San Jose, CA 95129

Flowers Express

251 W Francis St
Ontario, CA 91762

Bayview Florist & Gifts

3007 Clairemont Drive
San Diego, CA 92117


650 Robinson Avenue
San Diego, CA 92103


18824 Norwalk Blvd
Artesia, CA 90701

California Flowers News

Jan 12, 2018

Floats, marching bands hit the street for 129th Rose Parade

PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — With a nod of thanks to military veterans, marching bands and floral floats took to the streets under sunny California skies as the 129th Rose Parade drew hundreds of thousands of spectators on New Year's Day and millions more watched on TV.Among the fanciful floats was an award-winning entry from China Airlines featuring a scuba diver floating above fish and a coral reef.Rock and Roll Hall of Fame artists Earth Wind and Fire performed atop a red and white float recreating the Forum, the famous Los Angeles-area arena celebrating its 50th anniversary.The annual extravaganza in Pasadena began with a military flyover and featured 39 floats decked out with countless flowers and waving celebrities.There were blue skies with just a few wisps of clouds and temperatures were expected to reach the 70s (about 22 degrees Celsius) after a chilly night.It has... (

Jan 12, 2018

129th Rose Parade rolls in Pasadena; see the list of float winners

See the list of float winners »With a nod of thanks to military veterans, marching bands and floral floats took to the streets under sunny California skies as the 129th Rose Parade drew hundreds of thousands of spectators on New Year's Day and millions more watched on TV.The 129th annual parade got started Monday in Pasadena with an announcement by the grand marshal, actor Gary Sinise, and a military flyover.Among the parade-goers lining the streets was South Pasadena resident Margarita Resendez, who told KPCC she has attended the Rose Parade for the past 17 years."This is a tradition for me," Resendez said. "I always come every year. It's the thrill, the blood rushing — it's exciting. It's beautiful, the flowers." About 800,000 hours of manpower goes into producing the famous New Year's Day parade from start to finish. The China Airlines float makes its way...

Jan 12, 2018

Homestead band blossoms through Rose Parade

Rose Parade,” he said, “but having made the trip to Southern California before, once in 2014 and again in 2016, the tedious bus rides and fantastic experiences at Disneyland brought a sense of nostalgia; we even made the same bus and lunch stops going to and back from Pasadena.” Terry Anderson, president of the Homestead Music Boosters, said the Rose Parade was an incredible experience not only for the students, but also for the teachers and parents. “It was such a wonderful feeling to see them march by, thinking about how many people around the world were watching our kids in this famous parade,” she said. Band director John Burn shared Anderson’s excitement as well as a few fun facts: The 129th Rose Parade boasted eight broadcasts, 20 bands, 300 horses, 8 million flowers, 1 million attendees, 50 million TV viewers and 11,000 free In-N-Out burgers for band members.

Dec 29, 2017

Miracle-Gro's 2018 Rose Parade Float Showcases the Joys Found Outside in Your Own Backyard

Through Kimball’s 19 years of leadership, the Land-Based Learning Center has grown to offer five different programs that serve more than 25 California counties. Kimball also started the California Farm Academy, the only beginning farmer training, business incubator, and apprenticeship program of its kind in Northern California.“Through their dedication and hard work, these individuals are making a difference by empowering their communities to take an active interest in getting outside and finding inspiration and beauty in the world around them,” said Sutterer. “Whether it is a public park, an urban community farm, or other shared green space, these areas are an increasingly important part of the fabric of our urbanized societies, and we’re committed to promoting and helping to sustain these spaces for future generations.”Rose Parade® AwardsAll of Miracle-Gro’s past Rose Parade entries have received awards, including the Queen’s Trophy for most effective use and display of roses in concept, design and presentation (2017 & 2014); Governor’s Trophy for best depiction of life in California (2016); Isabella Coleman Trophy for best use of color in flowers (2015); and Crown City Innovation Trophy for best use of imagination and innovation to advance float design (2013).For more information about this year’s float visit Join our Rose Parade conversation on social media, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. (Pasadena Now)

Dec 29, 2017

Roses & Raspberries: Flowers for those who help

Then the wind kicked up, and the battle resumed. This is how wars tend to play out.The Thomas fire has been flirting with becoming California’s worst wildfire in terms of acres burned, topping the 273,246 acres scorched by the Cedar Fire in San Diego County 14 years ago.So, on this Christmas holiday weekend we feel extra incentive to present gifts to the thousands of men and women who have been fighting the Thomas monster since its start in Ventura County. The gift contains roses, lots of them.Firefighting crews have come from all over the West, numbering nearly 9,000. Many of them have been on the front lines for weeks, often fighting the fire’s relentless, blistering advance until they were too weary to stand.To those of us living in potential fire zones, that shows heroism far above and beyond, and we offer roses, thumbs up and every other manner of thanks for the work they do.We also offer roses to those who have come to the aid of their burned-out neighbors. In many cases, the assistance is offered to complete strangers.There is a commonness of purpose when neighbors fall victim to major disasters. We saw it in Houston when large sections of the city were flooded by rain from Hurricane Harvey. We saw it when Hurricane Irma raked across Florida, inflicting pain and suffering. We saw it again when Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico.People are at their best when facing the wor... (Santa Maria Times)