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Florists in Anderson, CA

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Sep 10, 2018

Rocky Mountain field guide is blessing for flower lovers

And finally, a section on what scientific names mean, a glossary of descriptive words, a section on sources and resources. The authors include: Sonya Anderson, Mike Bone, Nick Daniels, Dan Johnson, Panayoti Kelaidis, Mike Kintgen, Sarada Krishnan (director of horticulture), Cindy Newlander, Savannah Putnam, Jen Towes, Katy Wieczorek. "Wildflowers of the Rocky Mountain Region" is available at the Denver Botanic Gardens and at bookstores for $27.95.

Aug 17, 2018

Jets camp Day 13 observations: More fights, terrible penalty and some surprise standouts

Washington's Zach Brown, who could be heard yelling threats. Jets offensive lineman Dakota Dozier and linebacker Ryan Anderson got into a shoving match, as did Jets defensive end Nathan Shepherd and Washington offensive lineman Shawn Lauvao. And at one point the entire Jets offense and Redskins defense came together in a skirmish, though no punches were thrown.

May 24, 2018

Succulent gardens, flower photography topic of free classes at Greenhouse Garden Center

Attendees are welcome to bring their own planter or purchase one at the center.Following the presentation, Eddie Sanderson, an international award winning photographer, will be giving a class about flower photography at 11 a.m.Sanderson will answer any and all questions about how to best take photos of flowers, including macro, lighting, composition and focus.Attendees are encouraged to bring their cameras or smart phones and plan to take pictures.Recommended Stories For YouBoth classes are free and reservations aren't required.For information, call the center at 775-882-8600.

May 24, 2018

Beautifying downtown Lansing one flower basket at a time

Capital Area District Libraries (2), CATA (2), First National Bank of Michigan (2), Insty-Prints, Eyde Company, The Peanut Shop, McClelland & Anderson, City of Lansing Parking Services, Strange Matter Coffee, Lansing Board of Water & Light, Arendsen Jewelers, Great Lakes Window Cleaning, Zoup!, Michigan Economic Development Corporation, Lansing Symphony Orchestra, The Gillespie Company, Loomis Law, American Fifth Spirits, Weston's Kewpee Burger, M3 Group, Michigan Restaurant Association, The Exchange, Omar's Showbar, Duke's Saloon, Taps 25, Michigan Retailers Association, Acuitas, LLC, Independence Village of Grand Ledge, Radisson, the Greater Lansing Convention & Visitors Bureau, MSUFCU, BIGGBY Ottawa, McAlvey Merchant, Impression 5 Science Center, Foster Swift Collins & Smith, Linn & Owen Jewelers, Bowdie's Chophouse, Sultan's Express, Comerica Bank, Fraser Trebilcock, Cottage Inn Pizza, Michigan Association of Counties, Craig Corey Vacations, Lansing Community College, Dyras Dental, Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce, Paramount Coffee and Lake State Lawn & Landscaping. ...

Apr 6, 2018

Egg Harbor: Flower shopping, candy shopping offer cheer

Mary Anderson, Special to USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin Published 3:39 p.m. CT April 5, 2018 Updated 3:49 p.m. CT April 5, 2018Buy PhotoEgg Harbor columnist Mary Anderson on Nov. 6, 2017.(Photo: Tina M. Gohr/USA TODAY NETWORK-WISCONSIN)Buy PhotoJust about everywhere I went this week, I bought flowers, daffodils, tulips, carnations and lilies, a primrose, a rosary starter plant, a small cactus and cut flowers. They are so pretty and smell so good and cheered me.I took my semi-annual trip to a doctor I see in Green Bay and enjoyed stopping at Kaap's Old World Chocolates. When I first came up here in 1970, I went to the original Kaap's in downtown Green Bay, before Port Plaza Mall was there. It had old booths that I learned are now in the Gallagher’s Restaurant in De Pere.Back then I loved the ice cream and sitting in a booth there, watching the dumbwaiter come down with new batches of candy. There were old glass cases full of chocolates.Years later, a friend took me to Manitowoc to...

Jan 12, 2018

Homestead band blossoms through Rose Parade

Connor Chow, a freshman who is part of the drum line. The Los Altos resident called the Rose Parade a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.” Patrick Anderson, a junior who plays the bass drum, described how he gained more self-confidence through marching in the Rose Parade. “When we went to the start of the parade, I was very nervous because I knew that so many people were watching me and counting on me,” he said. “Despite this, it also inspired me to keep pushing through because I knew that I would be making so many fans proud. In the end, the 5.5 miles was easier than I thought and was a great learning experience that I will never forget.” For Will Belford, a sophomore who plays tenor drums, the most memorable aspect was “definitely marching around TV Corner (the intersection of Orange Grove and Colorado boulevards) and seeing the rest of the parade with people lining the streets to watch us. “That view is something I will remember forever,” he said. One of the head drum majors, Shani Zuniga, called marching in the Rose Parade an “honor beyond words.” “The whole experience didn’t feel real until we’d made the turn down Colorado Boulevard on TV Corner,” she said. “The 5.5-mile parade itself felt endless as we were marching it, but when we reached the end, the whole band was smiling and laughing regardless of the aching feet and sore muscles.” Zuniga added that “everybody was so happy with what we’d just accomplished, and we couldn’t be more grateful for the support we got along the route and back home.” Tyler Vu, a junior who plays the marimba, echoed Zuniga’s gratitude. “My Rose Parade experience was phenomenal, as I had t...