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Order flowers and gifts from Piccolo's Flowerland located in Fresno CA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 1030 N Fresno St, Fresno California 93701 Zip. The phone number is (559) 233-8851. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Piccolo's Flowerland in Fresno CA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Piccolo's Flowerland delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Mar 15, 2019

A woman selling roadside flowers was robbed. A passerby made sure she got her money back - Fresno Bee

Sign Up and Save Get six months of free digital access to The Fresno Bee #ReadLocal The woman got help from a passerby who drove after the SUV, police said. The brothers drove to a home on the 30900 block of Road 67 in Goshen, where police arrived to arrest them without incident. Both were booked into the Tulare County Adult Pre-Trial Facility on suspicion of conspiracy, grand theft and possession of stolen property.

May 24, 2018

Three-star safety Thaiger Flowers inspired by late mentor

Fresno (Calif.) Central safety Thaiger Flowers (6-1, 185), continues to be inspired by his late mentor and 7v7 coach, Tony Perry. The legendary Perry was a fixture in Fresno for years, putting out numerous top defensive backs from the Valley to the collegiate level and several went on to play in the NFL. Perry coached at Edison HS, College of the Sequoias and Central HS, where Flowers is now, over his illustrious career. In the offseason, Perry trained Flowers on the famed "Hill" and coached him on his DB Guru 7v7 squad. Flowers continues to be inspired by his late mentor, who he played for last fall at Edison, before he transferred across town to Central. "I don't even know what to say about TP," said Flowers. "TP made me the football player I am today. He was there for me day and night. He brought something out of me I didn't know I had." Flowers said he hopes his play will continue to show the impact Perry had on him. "I most definitely will make him proud and continue his legacy,"...

Dec 29, 2017

Late-blooming Bulls persevere

Name(gStory.story.subCategoryId))# articles here.-- More College Football articles »Today’s Bowl game HAWAII BOWLThe matchup: Fresno State (9-4) vs. Houston (7-4), Dec. 24, 5:30 p.m. (ESPN).Series record: First meeting.What’s at stake: The Bulldogs will try to become the second team in FBS history to go from double-digit losses in one season to double-digit wins. The Cougars are trying for their third bowl victory in four seasons.Key matchup: Houston RB Duke Catalon vs. Fresno State’s front seven. Catalon has led the Cougars in rushing the past two seasons. He is averaging 4.5 yards per carry and has scored eight TDs but will be opposed by a defense that ranks ninth nationally in scoring defense (17.2 ppg). (The Register-Guard)

Mar 30, 2017

California wildflowers and native gardens

Here are the parks in or a short distance from the Valley with flower sites:•Millerton Lake State Recreation Area is 20 miles northeast of Fresno. It features an easy walk next to spring flowers on the Blue Oak Trail. For hikers who want a little more adventure, the Buzzards Roost Trail is difficult but spring flowers bring some relief. The park’s phone number is 822-2332. .oembed-asset-link { border-bottom: 1px solid #e1e1e1; } .oembed-link-anchor { display: block; clear: both; } p.oembed-link-desc { font-size: 100%; color: #666; font-weight: normal; mar... (Visalia Times-Delta)

Mar 16, 2017

Add this rare California shrub to your garden

It is native to the dry granite ridges of the foothills in chaparral and oak woodlands of the southern Sierra Nevada near Fresno.Carpenteria californica, or Bush Anemone, is one of California's loveliest, but rarest shrubs. It is native to the dry granite ridges of the foothills in chaparral and oak woodlands of the southern Sierra Nevada near Fresno.(Photo: Submitted)Even though we are currently having a wet winter in 2017, we are still living in drought conditions in the San Joaquin Valley.  ?Scientific studies show the level of groundwater in the San Joaquin Valley has steadily dropped through the last several years, and there's no doubt that temperatures are rising.With this realization, we still need to conserve water in our landscapes by choosing plants that are drought-resistant.Last summer, we looked around and found that our home landscapes were suffering.  We need to make changes.As we learn to accept that some of our favorite shrubs do not do well in the drought, we should look for replacement plants that are just as pleasing to our traditional landscape eye. One such possibility is Carpenteria californica. .oembed-asset-link { border-bottom: 1p... (Visalia Times-Delta)

Mar 9, 2017

California Today: Awaiting a Wildflower Explosion

Ms. Theriault said. “The plants have just been growing, growing, growing, growing.”• Death Valley National Park, between Fresno and Las VegasPark officials here did not expect a repeat of last year’s so-called superbloom, when the valley was blanketed in white, lavender, pink and gold.But even a modest bloom feels like something of a miracle in this foreboding landscape. The park said on its Facebook page that its southern reaches had begun to see blooms, including globemallows.• Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve, about 50 miles north of Los AngelesPark officials at this desert grassland habitat said wild parsley, grape soda lupine and slender keel fruit had started to bloom.The crowd-pleasing poppies are likely to blossom in the next week or so.• North Table Mountain Ecological Reserve, about five miles north of OrovilleThis reserve created by ancient lava flows is carpeted during a good season with a variety of wildflowers — including white shooting stars, Douglas’ violets and blue lupines. There are no designated trails, so visitors just sort of wander about.And with the soggy winter, you can count on an added treat: a number of Sierra-fed waterfalls.California Online(Please note: We regularly highlight articles on news sites that have limited access for nonsubscribers.)• In Silicon Valley, plans to upgrade Caltrain with faster, cleaner trains have been imperiled as the Trump administration withholds funds. [The New York Times]• It’s Election Day in Los Angeles — how the Los Angeles Times Editorial Board lined up on the races. [Los Angeles Times]• For people dying on the streets of Los Angeles, this man offers help, and he won’t take no for an answer. [Los Angeles Times]• The University of California is poised to cap enrollment of out-of-state students for the first time. [San Francisco Chronicle]• After the rains: The mission to capture the water before it is washed forever to sea. [San Francisco Chronicle]• Given the need to revamp water infrastructure, is there room now for Gov. Jerry Brown’s delta tunnels project? [Capitol Weekly]• The governor said California’s record prosperity will outlast President Trump’s “noise.” [Bloomberg]• A grandmother known as the “backbone” of a San Diego military family was deported to Mexico. [San Diego Union-Tribune]• After being de...


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