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Florists in Colton, CA

Find local Colton, California florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Colton and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Colton Flower Shops

Angies Flowers And Party Supplies

320 N 7Th St
Colton, CA 92324
(909) 872-0363

Butterfly Garden Florist

320 N 7Th St
Colton, CA 92324
(909) 777-5200

Colton Gardens

1325 E Cooley Dr Ste 107
Colton, CA 92324
(951) 688-8656

De La Rosa Designs

299 W Olive St Ste A
Colton, CA 92324
(909) 264-3284

Colton CA News

Oct 26, 2018

Pumpkins, flowers spread Fred Rogers' message of kindness

Fred Rogers has had on multiple generations of viewers. Two of those former viewers, college students Colton DeBiase of Murrysville and Tiffany Schmoyer of North Huntingdon, have joined forces in a pop-up Kindness Day initiative. Together with DeBiase’s mother, Melissa, on Sunday they scattered 30 some pumpkins in spots across Westmoreland and Allegheny counties. They’re hoping passersby will find them and gain encouragement from attached quotes culled from the sayings of Rogers and others who have been advocates of kindness. “No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted,” the note states on one of several pumpkins the trio placed amid the “Art in the Alley” array of creative works that line an alley near Greensburg’s Palace Theatre. The pumpkins and the affixed messages are meant “for anyone to pick up and just feel good,” said Schmoyer, a senior psychology major at Seton Hill University, who also is active as a fashion and lifestyle blogger and social media consultant. They’re meant as “little acts of kindness for people to find all over, just anything that would brighten someone’s day,” she said. The trio are hoping that those who discover the pumpkins will post photos and comments at the project’s Instagram account to indicate how they may ha...

Oct 12, 2018

Pumpkins, flowers spread Fred Rogers' message of kindness

Fred Rogers has had on multiple generations of viewers. Two of those former viewers, college students Colton DeBiase of Murrysville and Tiffany Schmoyer of North Huntingdon, have joined forces in a pop-up Kindness Day initiative. Together with DeBiase’s mother, Melissa, on Sunday they scattered 30 some pumpkins in spots across Westmoreland and Allegheny counties. They’re hoping passersby will find them and gain encouragement from attached quotes culled from the sayings of Rogers and others who have been advocates of kindness. “No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted,” the note states on one of several pumpkins the trio placed amid the “Art in the Alley” array of creative works that line an alley near Greensburg’s Palace Theatre. The pumpkins and the affixed messages are meant “for anyone to pick up and just feel good,” said Schmoyer, a senior psychology major at Seton Hill University, who also is active as a fashion and lifestyle blogger and social media consultant. They’re meant as “little acts of kindness for people to find all over, just anything that would brighten someone’s day,” she said. The trio are hoping that those who discover the pumpkins will post photos and comments at the project’s Instagram account to indicate how they may ha...

Mar 8, 2018

Hutton Community Center to host Garden Festival and Flower Show ...

Now in its sixth year, the Inland Empire Master Gardeners Club of Colton, the Riverside-San Bernardino County Orchid Society, and the Riverside Flower Show Association have combined forces to not only display beautiful flower/garden arrangements, but award prizes, and offer several instructional sessions for gardening enthusiasts.Whether you are a seasoned veteran of horticulture, or an aspiring novice, this Garden Festival and Flower Show will have much to offer. The sessions include Care of the Gift Orchid, Succulents and Cactus, Planting with Kids, and Water Saving Irrigation systems.Experienced gardening experts will lead the sessions, and have planned to provide valuable information, answer questions, and include some practical “hands on” activities.Several vendors and local gardeners will be on-hand to offer several smaller potted plants for sale, as well as making available various supplies and important information.This annual garden festival, boutique and flower show event is one of the “hidden gems” of our city and anyone who is interested in flowers, plants, and gardening should plan on attending, and if you are so inclined, participating in the sessions.The Garden Festival and Flower Show is Saturday, March 3, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Lawrence Hutton Community Center, 660 Colton Ave, Colton, CA.For more information about th... (The Inland Empire Community)

Jun 16, 2017

Funeral set for father of 3 killed in flash fire at Jasper car dealership ...

Birmingham for many years, most recently with Carl Cannon.Jennings left behind three children - Addie, 16, Colton, 15, Jackson, 9 - and fiance Charity Smith. "During times like this, the last thing on the loved ones minds is finances,'' reads the online fundraising account for Jennings. "Unfortunately, it's normal a topic that's forced to address during the grieving process. Though no amount of money will bring back this amazing father, fiance, and baseball lover, it may help ease the hard path this family is about to endure."... (AL.com)

Mar 30, 2017

Jeff Leatham Has Flowers in His Future

Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, where he creates elaborate flower displays. And — most recently — he announced his engagement to actor Colton Haynes, whom he showered with roses on Valentine’s Day. Needless to say, more flowers are in Leatham’s future.Sending a bouquet to the high-end professional florist can seem daunting. “When I receive flowers it’s such a big deal because everyone usually says, ‘I’m so nervous to send you flowers,’ but for me, it could be like a bouquet of baby’s breath. If someone has the character enough to send me flowers, it’s so cool,” Leatham says. “Even with my partner [Haynes] now, he’s, like, ‘I’m always so nervous to give you flowers.’”Leatham took on his L.A. post in summer 2016, which marks a full-circle arrival; he started his floral design career there in 1995.“It’s kind of this great coming home type of situation, because the first time I ever touched a flower, started working with flowers, was here,” he says, adding that the hotel has allowed him creative freedom with florals, deviating from its signature lilies — recently he’s been captivated by Magnolias in L.A. Leatham also opened a shop in-house at Four Seasons in L.A. last year. “Being in Los Angeles and having my shop and being able to deliver my flowers to people on a personal basis, it’s great,” Leatham continues, adding that he returns to Paris for four or five days each month to create the grandiose displays ... (WWD)

Dec 8, 2016

Holiday open houses bring visitors to downtown Canton

Valerie White, children’s librarian at Canton Free Library. “I think they’re better than ever before and they’re all so different,” Mary Colton said of the gingerbread creations. “I’d like to eat some of these.” Mrs. Colton, a retired Canton schoolteacher who was back in town with her husband, Carl, said the gingerbread contest is a creative way to get both adults and children involved in preparing for the holidays. Cookies, fudge, candy and other baked goods were offered at the annual book, bake and craft sale at the Canton Free Library. Visitors to Nature’s Storehouse could sample gingerbread cookies made with or without gluten. The Pear Tree gift store offered food tastings and White’s Flowers provided cookies and cider. Cynde Moran, Potsdam, said attending TAUNY’s holiday open house helps get her in the holiday spirit. She was joined by her friend Klara Lovass-Nagy. “This is wonderful. It’s a nice way to begin the Christmas season,” Ms. Moran said. Adding to the bustle, Fran H. Moore was busy in the TAUNY kitchen demonstrating how to make a yule log, a traditional Christmas dessert popular in France, Quebec and other French-speaking regions. “This can be complicated, but I’m using a nice, simple recipe,” Ms. Moore said. “I’m using all natural ingredients.” TAUNY visitors had a chance to vote for their favorite gingerbread display and winners will be announced later this month. At the library, shoppers purchased gently used books, snatched up baked goods for sale by the Friends of the Canton Free Library and purchased items from vendor booths. JoAnn Roberts, owner of the Nut Shop International, Colton, said she has a booth every year at the Canton library sale where she offers a wide range of nuts, homemade jams, fudge, candy and other treats. “I do this show every year and I’m always in this spot,” Ms. Roberts said. “They have loyal shoppers here. (WatertownDailyTimes.com)