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Florists in Lindsay, CA

Find local Lindsay, California florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Lindsay 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.

Lindsay Flower Shops

Angel Garden Flowers & Gift Shop

232 N Mirage Ave Ste A
Lindsay, CA 93247
(559) 562-7800

Blooming Sensation Flowers

237 E Hermosa St
Lindsay, CA 93247
(559) 562-5949

Lindsay CA News

Aug 22, 2019

Eugene Day Obituary - Pacifica, CA | San Francisco Chronicle - Legacy.com

Tom (and Sophie), and his sister Grace. He was an adoring grandpa and enjoyed every minute he had with his grandchildren - Marina, Lindsay, Emily, Cortez, and Zoe. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews who span the United States, from California to as far east as Maine. And he really enjoyed traveling to visit them.Eugene was a devout man and a longtime parishioner of St. Peter Parish in Pacifica and the Men's Club. He had a huge passion for the military and US history and he enjoyed having lengthy conversations with anyone about war and politics. He and his wife were also world travelers. Visiting just about every country across the globe during their years together, he loved telling stories about their travels. Cecelia and Gene also remodeled a second home in Ramona, South Dakota (the town where "Celia" was raised) and they spent a good portion of the year there. Gene became not only the "handyman" for the town, but even a bartender when the bartender couldn't make into work.Eugene had a productive life full of love, joy and service to others and he will be missed by the many people whom he has touched. He has chosen to be cremated and buried in Ramona, South Dakota. Services will be held in Pacifica on Saturday, September 7 at 10:30 AM at Saint Peter Parish located at 700 Oddstad Blvd. We welcome all to join the family for a reception directly following services at St. Peter's.In lieu of flowers, Eugene would request that donations in his honor be made to the Rebuilding Together Peninsula 841 Kaynyne St. Redwood City, CA 94065 or Missionary of Charity Gift of Love 160 Milagra Dr. Pacifica, CA 94044...

Aug 17, 2018

Liz Cooper & The Stampede Debut Album 'Window Flowers' Receiving Rave Reviews

Album artwork; Photo credit: Lindsay Patkos Liz Cooper & The Stampede is featured on today's WXPN "World Café"-listen here. Hosted by NPR's Ann Powers, the performance and interview were recorded live from Nashville's Sound Stage Studios and features songs from the band's acclaimed debut album, Window Flowers. Of the set, World Café proclaims, "Call it psychedelic, call it classic or call it the sound of new Nashville. Liz Cooper & The Stampede are leading the rock pack in Tennessee right now…[Window Flowers is] one of the summer's most refreshing listens." Window Flowers is out now on the band's own label, Sleepyhead Records, via Thirty Tigers. (stream/purchase here) and continues to receive widespread critical acclaim… In celebration of the release, the band will join Phosphorescent and Houndmouth on tours this fall. These shows follow the band's busiest touring year-to-date, which featured performances with Lord Huron, Deer Tick, Rayland Baxter, Ron G...

Jul 6, 2018

Nothing but flowers? Debate rages as Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge prepares to open

Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer) A great horned owl was expected to bolt from the old barn on the Lindsay Ranch as the vehicles approached, but the bird already had left, a large pile of droppings the only evidence that the owl calls the rustic building home. Snipes sounded off in the odd clutches of shrubbery - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Refuge Manager David Lucas said he's never seen such odd formations of plants - blooming from the steep, rocky hillsides. "They sound a lot like turkeys," Lucas said of the birds, adding that a lot of people still believe snipes don't really exist because of old snipe-hunting tales. Advertisement A magpie occasionally leaped from the shrubs and disappeared again, and a chorus of frogs droned from one of the many temporary wetlands that spring up during rainy periods. Aside from that, and the odd hawk lounging on a tree limb or a circling the grey skies in search of prey, wildlife was scarce that day. The true stars of the morning, however, were the dozens of species of wildflowers to be identified - or not identified - by volunteer botanist Sharon Bokan, who once worked as an engineer at Rocky Flats, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Supervisory Ranger Cindy Souders. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Supervisory Ranger Cindy Souders kneels to examine an unfamiliar plant at the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge in Jefferson County during a press tour on May 14. (Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer) Bokan has been accompanying the tours ahead of the wildlife refuge's planned opening this summer - no officials date has been announced - and she has loved what she has seen so far. "The kind of plants you see here, you don't see anywhere else," she said. At the top of a hillside on the northwestern edge of the refuge, Fish and Wildlife staff identified 40 species of grass and wildflowers in about 15 minutes. (They also found invasive plants and discussed ways to keep them out. Goats briefly were considered, but quickly ruled out.) "Really, the diversity of plants out here are just amazing," Souders said as she pointed out a scorpion weed. "Its seed head looks like a scorpion tail." "That's not ev...

May 24, 2018

Downtown blooms early this year

It adds some color to the downtown and makes it feel like a safer environment.”Former Medford Mayor Lindsay Berryman, a member of the SPARC steering committee, said downtown parks have been regularly decorated since her tenure that began nearly 20 years ago.“We were try to bring amenities to downtown that make it a more attractive center,” Berryman said. “We’ve given downtown a bunch of energy.”A total of 77 institutional and private donors chipped in to buy 74 baskets, Berryman said. Rogue Community College and Southern Oregon University jumped on the bandwagon, as did the Chamber of Medford/Jackson County.“As the project rolled out, it got bigger and bigger and more and more people wanted to purchase baskets,” she said.“It has been inspirational that so many property owners, business owners and individuals have supported the program.”The baskets were installed by Four Seasons Nursery and will be maintained through the end of September, Barney said. SPARC, formed in fall 2016, stands for safety, parking, amenities, redevelopment and connectivity.When the winter months roll around, the plan is to hoist lights to replace the flowers, Barney said. “This really shows pride in the community,” he said.— Reach reporter Greg Stiles at 541-776-4463 or gstiles@rosebudmedia.com. Follow him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/GregMTBusiness or www.facebook.com/greg.stiles.31.

Apr 6, 2018

What You Need to Know about Milwaukee's Newest Flower-powered Startup

Walker’s Point in less than a month. In anticipation of the event, we sat down with marketing manager Lindsay Leinenkugel to ask her about the company and its charitable focus. How is Flowers for Dreams unlike a traditional florist?First and foremost, we give back 25 percent of profits to charity every month. And we’re actively putting on events with the charities and partnering with them. Flowers for Dreams is a modern company. It’s not your average florist offering balloons and gifts. All of our flowers are locally crafted, and we source locally grown flowers as much as we can. Photo courtesy of Twin Lens WeddingsHow do you decide which charities to donate to each month?We open our charity application every year in October. We invite nonprofits in Milwaukee and Chicago to apply. And we get the core team together to pitch our favorite charities to each other. Some of the charities hit really close to home for some of us. After that, we all vote. Teens Grow Greens is our April charity. It’s a really cool organization that provides local kids with paid internships and teaches them about sustainability. We support both small and large charities. The Hunger Task Force and Milwaukee Public Library get our support too. Who’s a typical Flowers for Dreams customer?Everyone loves flowers, and they make such a cool and thoughtful gift, so anyone can really appreciate the bouquets. But Milwaukee-area Millennials seem to love the company’s charity aspect especially. Do weddings account for a large portion of your sales?As a whole, weddings and events are a big part of our business. We’re going to do more than 500 weddings this year, but daily deliveries still play a major part too.Why did the company want to expand to Milwaukee?Proximity to Chicago was important. We needed to be close to the next location, so the drive would be easy. Knowing that people in Milwaukee are so giving and so ...

Mar 8, 2018

When Mom Cancels Appointment to Take Care of Sick Son, Company Sends Her Flowers

Sometimes it’s the smallest good deeds that mean the most to us. In Lindsay Pualoa’s case, it was a bouquet of flowers that was delivered to her door on Monday.The mother from Ashburn, Virginia had spent most of the might taking care of her son AJ. The toddler had been feeling sick, and by the time the sun came up, he wasn’t feeling any better.“He was still a hot mess (in the) morning so I cancelled an annual furnace check I had scheduled with our HVAC company,” Pualoa wrote on Facebook. “I just apologized for the late notice, said I had a sick kid at home, and didn’t think much more about it. Three hours later, my doorbell rings and there is a florist at my door.”The HVAC company, AllTech Services from Sterling, had sent Pualoa flowers with a note saying that they hoped AJ felt better soon.“I’m floored! I’ve never had something like this happen before,” she added.WANT TO READ MORE STORIES ABOUT BUSINESSES DOING GOOD? CHECK OUT THESE OTHER ARTICLES FROM OUR GNN ARCHIVES… (Photo by Lindsay Pualoa)When Girl Asks For a Day Off For Dad, Google Gives Her So...