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Campo Flower Shops

Mi Casa Flowers & Gifts

31474 California 94
Campo, CA 91906
(619) 478-9097

Campo CA News

Oct 26, 2018

The real dirt: More composite flowers for Butte County gardens

This plant attracts butterflies, bees and birds to the garden, and it is generally not bothered by pests. Gumweed Grindelia camporum is a yellow-flowering native known as Great Valley gumplant or gumweed because the flower heads and leaves are coated with a sticky residue created by the plant. It is a gangly perennial up to six feet tall, but dies back in the winter to a basal rosette of leaves. It flowers from May to late October or early November, providing color and wildlife food through the summer and autumn months. It likes full sun, and will grow in salty, alkaline, or clay soil. Gumplant is great for a dry border, or to create meadow-like drifts in an informal (wild) garden. Propagation is easiest from seed. Gumplant is a traditional Native American medicinal plant and a major bird and insect magnet. It tolerates deer. Helianthus Helianthus maximiliani is a sunflower. It is native to the central and southwestern United States, and is therefore well-suited to our dry climate. It is a persistent rhizome-forming perennial which forms clumps three-feet wide and can reach a height of up to ten feet in a garden. The yellow three-inch wide flowers appear in late summer and bloom until mid-autumn. It thrives in well-drained soil and bright sunshine. Apply one inch of water every week during spring and summer to the base of the plant. Pinch one inch from stem tips to promote bushy growth and flower production throughout the season. Stake tall plants to keep the clump upright. Cut back after flowering. Propagate from rhizomes or seeds. The flowers of Helianthus maximiliani can be cut to bring inside; they also dry well. Young growth on these plants is attractive to slugs, but rabbits and deer steer clear. Native Americans traditionally utilized these plants for food, dye, oil, thread and to repel mosquitoes. Butterflies and bees gather the pollen and songbirds love the abundant seeds. Plant sale The UC Master Gardeners of Butte County are holding a plant sale Oct. 27 at the Demonstration Garden at Patrick Ranch, 10381 Midway, between Chico and Durham. All plants have been propagated by UC Master Gardeners of Butte County and selected to thrive in our climate. Check or cash only - no credit cards. For more information on the plant sale, including workshops beginning that day at 9 a.m. and a list of plants for sale, go to https://ucanr.edu/sites/bcmg/sale/. Hotline Questions? Plant problems? Pest Issues? Contact the UC Master Gardeners of Butte County by phoning the hotline at 538-7201, or go to http://ucanr.edu/sites/bcmg/. Interested in adding local news to your email inbox? Sign up for our Morning Report here ...

Oct 26, 2018

The real dirt: More composite flowers for Butte County gardens

This plant attracts butterflies, bees and birds to the garden, and it is generally not bothered by pests. Gumweed Grindelia camporum is a yellow-flowering native known as Great Valley gumplant or gumweed because the flower heads and leaves are coated with a sticky residue created by the plant. It is a gangly perennial up to six feet tall, but dies back in the winter to a basal rosette of leaves. It flowers from May to late October or early November, providing color and wildlife food through the summer and autumn months. It likes full sun, and will grow in salty, alkaline, or clay soil. Gumplant is great for a dry border, or to create meadow-like drifts in an informal (wild) garden. Propagation is easiest from seed. Gumplant is a traditional Native American medicinal plant and a major bird and insect magnet. It tolerates deer. Helianthus Helianthus maximiliani is a sunflower. It is native to the central and southwestern United States, and is therefore well-suited to our dry climate. It is a persistent rhizome-forming perennial which forms clumps three-feet wide and can reach a height of up to ten feet in a garden. The yellow three-inch wide flowers appear in late summer and bloom until mid-autumn. It thrives in well-drained soil and bright sunshine. Apply one inch of water every week during spring and summer to the base of the plant. Pinch one inch from stem tips to promote bushy growth and flower production throughout the season. Stake tall plants to keep the clump upright. Cut back after flowering. Propagate from rhizomes or seeds. The flowers of Helianthus maximiliani can be cut to bring inside; they also dry well. Young growth on these plants is attractive to slugs, but rabbits and deer steer clear. Native Americans traditionally utilized these plants for food, dye, oil, thread and to repel mosquitoes. Butterflies and bees gather the pollen and songbirds love the abundant seeds. Plant sale The UC Master Gardeners of Butte County are holding a plant sale Oct. 27 at the Demonstration Garden at Patrick Ranch, 10381 Midway, between Chico and Durham. All plants have been propagated by UC Master Gardeners of Butte County and selected to thrive in our climate. Check or cash only - no credit cards. For more information on the plant sale, including workshops beginning that day at 9 a.m. and a list of plants for sale, go to https://ucanr.edu/sites/bcmg/sale/. Hotline Questions? Plant problems? Pest Issues? Contact the UC Master Gardeners of Butte County by phoning the hotline at 538-7201, or go to http://ucanr.edu/sites/bcmg/. Interested in adding local news to your email inbox? Sign up for our Morning Report here ...

Oct 12, 2018

Autumn fair at Landriana gardens south of Rome

Mutabilis roses.Driving from Rome, take Via Pontina or the coastal road to Ardea, or by train on the Rome-Nettuno line to Campo di Carne. For more details tel. 0691014140 or see website.

Oct 12, 2018

Autumn fair at Landriana gardens south of Rome

Mutabilis roses.Driving from Rome, take Via Pontina or the coastal road to Ardea, or by train on the Rome-Nettuno line to Campo di Carne. For more details tel. 0691014140 or see website.

Sep 10, 2018

Maui Obituary Notices: Week of August 12, 2018

Jan Marc Agres (Jessica Lorenzo); daughters, Danica Suerte Agres (Eric Lopez), Carmina Agres Lucas (Augie), Noelle Christianne Agres, Shaeanne Ocampo; sisters, Joybelle Agustin (Reynaldo), Leticia Rafada; nephew, Joel Anthony; sisters-in-law, Marina Pillos (Danilo), Aida Agres...

Sep 10, 2018

Maui Obituary Notices: Week of August 12, 2018

Jan Marc Agres (Jessica Lorenzo); daughters, Danica Suerte Agres (Eric Lopez), Carmina Agres Lucas (Augie), Noelle Christianne Agres, Shaeanne Ocampo; sisters, Joybelle Agustin (Reynaldo), Leticia Rafada; nephew, Joel Anthony; sisters-in-law, Marina Pillos (Danilo), Aida Agres...

Feb 23, 2017

Love is in the air in Sparks on Valentine's Day

Today is the day to win a box of chocolates while playing the slots at Baldini’s, enjoy delectable meals at Western Village or Campo, and catch a yoga session at The Yoga Pearl. Need a last-minute gift for your sweetie but don’t want to drive to Reno? No problem…pick up a box of See’s, practical and sexy undergarments at Scheels, or flowers/beer crates at Sparks Florist. Enjoy!Sweetheart & Surprizes Hot Seat Giveaway at Baldini’s Casino: Every half hour from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. today, February 14, slot players have the opportunity to win a box of chocolates. Plus, a lucky winner of the day will win $100 in free play. If you can’t make it to Baldini’s for the Feb. 14 Sweetheart & Surprizes, take advantage of the month-long $40,000 Cupid’s Cash, Free Play and Bling Bling Giveaway. For every 100 points earned you get an entry into a drawing to win jewelry, money and more. Winners are pulled every Friday and Saturday in February at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. http://baldinissports.com/event/sweetheart-surprises-hot-seat-giveaway/Plunge into the Lover’s Duet at Western Village: The locals’ favorite steakhouse is offering an exclusive Day of Hearts 3-course meal from 4:30 to 9 p.m. Enjoy an appetizer of lobster and cra... (Sparks Tribune)

Feb 23, 2017

Love is in the air in Sparks on Valentine's Day

Today is the day to win a box of chocolates while playing the slots at Baldini’s, enjoy delectable meals at Western Village or Campo, and catch a yoga session at The Yoga Pearl. Need a last-minute gift for your sweetie but don’t want to drive to Reno? No problem…pick up a box of See’s, practical and sexy undergarments at Scheels, or flowers/beer crates at Sparks Florist. Enjoy!Sweetheart & Surprizes Hot Seat Giveaway at Baldini’s Casino: Every half hour from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. today, February 14, slot players have the opportunity to win a box of chocolates. Plus, a lucky winner of the day will win $100 in free play. If you can’t make it to Baldini’s for the Feb. 14 Sweetheart & Surprizes, take advantage of the month-long $40,000 Cupid’s Cash, Free Play and Bling Bling Giveaway. For every 100 points earned you get an entry into a drawing to win jewelry, money and more. Winners are pulled every Friday and Saturday in February at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. http://baldinissports.com/event/sweetheart-surprises-hot-seat-giveaway/Plunge into the Lover’s Duet at Western Village: The locals’ favorite steakhouse is offering an exclusive Day of Hearts 3-course meal from 4:30 to 9 p.m. Enjoy an appetizer of lobster and cra... (Sparks Tribune)

Jul 27, 2016

Sports update | Monday's local results

Gulihur, Norfolk, 2-6, 7-5, 6-4. Carly Briggs, Calhoun, GA, d. Alisa Sabotic, Okemos, MI, 6-2, 7-5. Eryn Cayetano, Corona, CA, d. MariaFernanda Campos, Laredo, TX, 6-3, 2-6, 6-4. Samantha Choi, Warrenville, IL, d. Aleksandra Bekirova, Brooklyn, NY, 6-2, 4-6, 6-1. Carly Cohen, Pepper Pike, OH, d. Maggie Pate, Lithia, FL, 6-2, 7-5. Maggie Cubitt, Spartanburg, SC, d. Seraphin Castelino, Superior, CO, 6-2, 6-2. Gabriella Cusano, Austin, TX, d. Andie Rae Williams, Jenks, OK, 7-6 (5), 6-2. Stephanie Dolehide, Hinsdale, IL, d. Shaughnessey Galvin, Fort Worth, TX, 6-4, 2-6, 6-2. Caitlyn Ferrante, Yorktown Heights, NY, d. Casey Accola, Winter Garden, FL, 6-3, 6-1. Nina Gulbransen, Boca Raton, FL, d. Eva Borders, Louisville, KY, 6-1, 6-1. Amy Huang, San Diego, CA, d. Laura Becker, Advance, NC, 6-3, 6-1. Victoria Hu, Northborough, MA, d. Emily Strande, Centennial, CO, 6-1, 6-4. Annalise Klopfer, Palm Harbor, FL, d. Semi Oloko, Canton, MA, 6-1, 6-2. Ellie Kuckelman, Overland Park, KS, d. Kylie Duckworth, Martinez, GA, 6-0, 6-0. Ashley Lessen, Old Westbury, NY, d. Annie Clark, Oakton, VA, 6-0, 3-6, 6-3. Katherine Lyman, Mount Pleasant, SC, d. MacKenzie Clark, College Park, MD, 7-5, 6-2. Madeleine Lynch, Chagrin Falls, OH, d. Nicole Hammond, Centreville, VA, 6-3, 6-4. Chidimma Okpara, Vienna, VA, d. Chelsea Williams, Brooklyn, NY, 6-3, 6-4. Megan Polnet, Churchville, PA, d. Kyra Bergmann, Forest Hills, NY, 6-0, 6-0. Britt Pursell, Oceanside, CA, d. Kelsey Mize, Tulsa, Ok, 6-4, 6-4. Nikki Redelijk, Windermere, FL, d. Madelyn Yergler, Granger, IN, 6-2, 6-2. Lauren Stein, Paradise Valley, AZ, d. Brigitte Wu, Jersey City, NJ, 6-4, 6-0. Gibson Thomas, Mount Vernon, NY, d. Sophia Sassoli, Gladwyne, PA, 6-1, 6-1. Halli Trinkle, Charlestown, IN, d. Erin Chratian, Duluth, GA, 6-2, 6-4. Elizabeth Truluck, Myrtle Beach, SC, d. Imani Graham, Saint Johns, FL, 7-5, 6-3. Faith Wright, Columbia, MD, d. Roxanna Montoya, Miami, FL, 6-3, 6-1. Michelle Xu, Vienna, VA, d. Sydney Chratian, Duluth, GA, 6-2, 6-4. Shelly Yaloz, Little Neck, NY, d. Jaedan Brown, Granger, IN, 7-5, 6-3. Consolation round 2 Aleksandra Bekirova, Brooklyn, NY, d. Daniela Bellini, Tierra Verde, FL, Wo (inj). Jaedan Brown, Granger, IN, d. Anshika Singh, Greenwood Village, CO, Wo (inj). Doubles Round of 32 #1 Dasha Kourkina, Brooklyn, NY, and Michelle Sorokko, Little Neck, NY, d. Georgia Ryan, Rye, NY, and Chelsea Williams, Brooklyn, NY, 4-6, 7-6 (8), 10-1. #2 Chloe Beck, Watkinsville, GA, and Emma Navarro, Charleston, SC, d. Jordan Harris, Harbor City, CA, and Britt Pursell, Oceanside, CA, 6-2, 6-4. Katreina Corpuz, Ewa Beach, HI, and Marina Zhang, Garnet Valley, PA, d. #3 Addison Guevara, Keller, TX, and Luba Vasilyuk, Frisco, TX, 5-7, 6-4, 10-7. Maggie Cubitt, Spartanburg, SC, and Ruth Marsh, Atlanta, GA , d. #4 Hailey Baptiste, Takoma Park, MD, and MacKenzie Clark, College Park, MD, 7-5, 6-3. Page Freeman, Ashland, MA, and Lexi Kubas, Ellington, CT, d. #5 Angelia Blake, Baca Raton, FL, and Reilly Tran, Dunn Loring, VA, 7-5, 4-6, 10-7. #6 Niluka Madurawe, Sunnyvale, CA, and Shelly Yaloz, Little Neck, NY, d. Gabriella Cusano, Austin, TX, and McKenna Smith, Scottsdale, AZ, 6-2, 6-2. #7 Christina Hand, Moorestown, NJ, and Raissa Lou, Pittsford, NY, d. Erin Chratian, Duluth, GA, and Hunter Roper, Jonesboro, AR, 6-4, 6-1. #8 Kristin Kerrigan, Austin, TX, and Jasmin Tripathy, Lubbock, TX, d. Madison Ballow, Flower Mound, TX, and Jacy Smith, Bryan, TX, 6-3, 6-3. Ayana Akli, Silver Spring, MD, and Alexis Merrill, Fairfax, VA, d. #9 Kylie Duckworth, Martinez, GA, and Nicole Stephens, Marietta, GA, 6-3, 3-6, 10-8. #9 Ivana Corley, Albuquerque, NM, and Julia Deming, Fallbrook, CA, d. Anna Letto, Hilton Head Island, SC, and Francesca Trella, Eden Prairie, MN, 7-5, 6-7 (6), 10-1. #9 Briana Crowley, Battle Ground, IN, and Ali Despain, Murrells Inlet, SC, d. Caitie Sullivan, Norfolk, and Lahari Yelamanchili, Burr Ridge, IL, 6-2, 6-4. Stephanie Dolehide, Hinsdale, IL, and Madelyn Yergler, Granger, IN, d. #9 Carly Briggs, Calhoun, GA, and Ava Hrastar, Duluth, GA, 7-5, 6-2. #9 Imani Graham, Saint Johns, FL, and Lauren Stein, Paradise Valley, AZ, d. Ca... (Virginian-Pilot)

Apr 28, 2016

A perennial favorite, MFA's 'Art in Bloom' is a fusion of flowers and art

Art in Bloom for nearly two decades. In contrast to the solemn mood of the Major Savage portrait, the painting “Summer at Campobello, New Brunswick,” by Edward Wilbur Dean Hamilton, evokes the leisure of a lazy summer day by the water. Well-dressed Victorian woman dine on a house porch and socialize by its stairs. “I was really happy to get it,” said Jane Bogarty of Marshfield, an interior designer who worked with fellow Norwell Garden Club member Susan Solis. “The style for Victorian flowers was full and lush and overflowing and I knew right away I would do something like that.” In a sage green container, she arranged peonies, roses, sea holly, ferns and ivy that complement the painting’s red rocking chair and tree flowers and blue dresses and water. “I wanted to create something that looked like it could have been part of the scene,” she said. Bogarty, who came to Art in Bloom for years before participating as an arranger, is looking forward to taking the tours. “I always learn something, and the arrangements make me look at the works more closely,” she said. Other Art in Bloom works include Degas’ sculpture “Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer,” an Egyptian bead net dress from 2500 B.C., a Bodhisattva of Compassion from 12th century China, and a crayon drawing of female socialites in the 1960s by fashion illustrator Kenneth Paul Block. A highlight is the “Director’s Choice” arrangement by the Weston Garden Club, in recognition of the museum’s new director, Matthew Teitelbaum. It’s inspired by the carved mantelpiece in the recently restored Hamilton Palace Dining Room. Additionally, the museum’s courtyard, entryways and other open spaces will showcase about 20 arrangements from professional designers. IF YOU GO WHAT: Art in Bloom WHEN: April 30-May 2; tours run 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and free lectures are 3 to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and 11 a.m. - noon Monday. A Community Day Sunday features art activities and live performances. WHERE: Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston COST: $25 adults; $23 seniors and students 18 and older CONTACT: 617-267-9300, www.mfa.org Jody Feinberg may be reached at jfeinberg@ledger.com or follow on Twitter @JodyF_Ledger. (Wicked Local)