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California State Featured Florists
8223 Mira Mesa Blvd Suite BSan Diego, CA 92126
14507 Hawthorne BlvdLawndale, CA 90260
1004 W Beverly BlvdMontebello, CA 90640
201 North Douty StreetHanford, CA 93230
919 6Th AvenueSan Diego, CA 92101
California Flowers News
Jul 26, 2019
Wollerton Old Hall rose is a fragrant highlight - Los Altos Town Crier
Wollerton Old Hall is the one for you. It is easy to grow and disease resistant. The Old Hall rose is perfect for hot California summers. With few thorns, the plant is always green and shining, with no black spots or powdery mildew.
Wollerton Old Hall roses are repeat flowers that bloom throughout the season. You can make many bouquets with these cluster-cupped, puffy, charming flowers. In short, if you love modern roses, you must have one of David Austin’s roses.
Julia Isaac contributed to this column.
... Jul 26, 2019
Fig Mountain's Jim Dietenhofer Dies - Santa Barbara Independent
Dietenhofer was a Vietnam vet, who came to California from North Carolina, his short bio at the company’s website states. Jim founded the company with Jaime in 2010 in Buellton, a successful business that has taprooms that now extend from Arroyo Grande to Westlake Village. They won multiple top awards for their beers, which run the craft-beer gamut from a Mexican-style “Agua Santa” to the German lager-style “You’re Such a Dort.”
A service for Dietenhofer will be held on July 27 at 2 p.m. at St. Mark’s Church in Los Olivos, to be followed by a reception at the Buellton taproom at 4:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society are kindly requested.
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American-grown fashionable flowers on display: See Oregon's floral portrait - OregonLive
Oregon’s floral garment is an autumnal-hued, fringed frock of seasonal and dried mums while California’s is a skateboard-accommodating mod Gerbera daisy dress.
Washington state’s dahlia-bedecked cloak was inspired by 18th-century patchwork quilts and Native American blankets.
[Dahlia Cape by Tammy Myers, First & Bloom, Seattle]
American Flowers Week, June 28-July 4, promotes domestic flowers and foliage, encouraging everyone to look beyond ubiquitous imported roses and carnations.
In June and July, every state in the U.S. is producing flowers to decorate cozy breakfast tables to splashy wedding receptions, each stem selected, in a very personal way, for its color, size and beauty.
Locally grown, fresh-cut flowers last longer and support the regional economy, says American flowers advocate and journalist Debra Prinzing of Seattle, who started the free, online Slowflowers.com directory for consumers to find local, seasonal and sustainable flowers.
[Dahlia Cape by Tammy Myers, First & Bloom, Seattle]
“When flowers are seen as fashion, they ignite the imagination and stimulate new awareness of domestic floral agriculture and the art of floral design,” says Prinzing, who also produces the Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing .
Prinzing and her volunteer crew have fun with alliteration: They refer to the fashion creations as going from gardens to gowns, cut flowers to couture, seedlings to style.
The “red, white and bloom” portraits are published in Florists’ Review’s Slow Flowers Journal.
During American Flowers Week, events will be held in all 50 states and New Seasons Market will sell $13 bou... Jul 5, 2019
Wildflower season is here! These will be the best spots to see them across Southern California in 2019 - OCRegister
If Southern California’s wildflower season had an opening weekend, it would be the first weekend of March.
This is usually when the region starts to transition from rainy winter to sunny spring, cueing flowers to bloom and parks to prepare for crowds of visitors. As rainy as this winter has been, many flower lovers are hoping for a “superbloom” — an exceptional season in which bright flowers blanket the hillsides (and social media feeds).
Some areas, especially in drier, warmer locales, are already bursting with early-blooming flowers including poppies, fiddleneck and lupine. Other areas will get going in mid-March to April, while higher elevations are the latest bloomers, with the season peaking in May and even early June.
Of course, it all depends o... Jul 5, 2019
Native plant group plans July field trips - Red Bluff Daily News
The following field trips are planned for Mount Lassen Chapter California Native Plant Society in July. All events are free and open to the public. For more information, visit mountlassen.cnps.org. Leader for all trips is Marjorie McNairn at 343-2397.Kennedy Meadows and Bogs in Lassen National Forest, July 6
Meet at Chico Park & Ride (Hwy 32/99) west lot in time to leave by 8:30 a.m. Call the leader for an alternate meeting place. Bring water, lunch, insect and sun protection and money for ride sharing. Wear footwear suitable for slogging in marshy ground and for short hikes. Expect to see a great variety of wetland flowers like camas, leopard lily, little elephant heads, veronica and bog orchid.
Wilson Lake – Lassen National Forest, July 14
Meet at Chico Park & Ride (Hwy 32/99) west lot in tim...