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Funeral Service Flowers for a well-lived life is the most cherished. Be that open heart for that special someone in grief.


Create that sense of peace and tranquility in their life with a gentle token of deepest affections in this time of need.


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Florists in Paramount, CA

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

Paramount Flower Shops

California & Florist

8329 E Alondra Blvd Suite A
Paramount, CA 90723
(562) 602-0908

Diana's Flowers

15505 Minnesota Ave
Paramount, CA 90723
(714) 391-8150

Paramount CA News

Oct 10, 2019

Medford's Electrical Boxes Are Now Covered With Plants And Animals Of The Mystic River Watershed - WBUR

She says that “re-imagining future possibilities ... re-imagining our relationship with nature and the way that we treat the world” is paramount for her. As cars whiz by in the bustling center, the paintings invite viewers to linger, even if it’s just for a moment.There’s no overt climate change messaging or call to action in the imagery. But curious viewers who follow Tuttle on Instagram will see tidbits about the animals and plants that provide more context. For instance, in the caption for a photo of "Green Darner Dragonfly and Oyster Mushrooms," Tuttle writes “Research suggests mushrooms can convert pesticides and herbicides to more innocuous compounds, remove heavy metals from brownfield sites, and break down plastic. They have even been used to remove and recover heavy metals from contaminated water.” In another post, she shares that monarch butterflies depend on milkweed for their survival and urges readers to plant some to bolster their numbers.Sophy Tuttle's "Monarch Butterfly & Milkweed" on Governors Avenue in Medford. (Robin Lubbock/WBUR)It took nearly three months for Tuttle, with the help of her friend and artist Amanda Hill (who helped with foundational and pattern work for eight of the 10), to paint and varnish all the boxes. The project was funded by The Medford Arts Council, Creature Conserve and The Awesome Foundation. Before Tuttle put paint to brush, she worked with the My...

May 24, 2018

Beautifying downtown Lansing one flower basket at a time

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. ...

Sep 22, 2017

Floral-forward honeys offer unique flavors for consumers, chefs

For floral-forward honey brand Buzz + Bloom, finding ways to spotlight the flowers, flavors and aroma that make up its honeys is paramount.“Real honey has natural pollen in it, highlighting the floral essence of the area that the honey originates from,” said John Rzeszut, Buzz + Bloom’s vice president of marketing. “Whether the honey is derived from a lychee fruit tree or fresh citrus groves, Buzz + Bloom carefully preserves the journey from flower to hive to your home, and maintains the highest quality honey on the market.”Buzz + Bloom is inspired by this honey-making relationship between the honeybee and the flower and offers 14 varietals of honey, each with a unique flavor profile. Light & Sweet, which is made with nectar from lychee fruit trees, possesses a cotton candy flavor that blends nicely into smoothies and teas. The company’s mono-floral Orange Blossom honey offers subtle, earthy undertones with a fresh tangerine finish that works well for baking, salad dressings and meat glazes.With so many different varietals, restaurants, manufacturers and consumers are finding new ways to use honey in dishes and drinks -- from craft beer and cocktails to baked goods and upscale meals.“Our variety of honeys were designed to demonstrate that not all honey is the same in terms of color or flavor, and that the amazing diversity of honeys can be used in different ways,” Rzeszut said.Different kinds of honey pair best with certain ingredients based on their flavors and how th... (SmartBrief)

Aug 10, 2017

Saving bees, one flower at a time

Harris said. "While you’re enjoying your meal, you will learn about how specific bee species are paramount to the success of agriculture."Tickets are $125 per person and include cocktail hour, music, pollinator dinner, wine parings, honey tasting, fire pit and a gift to take home. Only 30 tickets are available. To purchase tickets visit pollinators is a lifetime goal for Harris, she recently joined the Norfolk County Beekeepers Association and serves as a board member."The bee community is vast and all around you," she said. "It is a great hobby that is extremely fascinating, educational and outdoors."Email for questions and information. (Wicked Local Walpole)

Apr 20, 2017

DC Is Giving Away Free Flower Seeds On Friday

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Jan 19, 2017

Flower-Handling Capabilities Bloom in the Cold Chain

If speed is of paramount concern, which is often the case when dealing with flowers, Seacon uses its air-freight operation at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. “We always choose the best modality in order for the goods to arrive at their destination in the best possible condition,” Coenen adds. Seacon continuously monitors temperatures through temperature-logging devices that are available with a GPS, so it can better control and adapt to temperatures. “In case of overseas services, the Babbler [a wireless, reusable, tamper-evident seal with a temperature log] container security device also could be used, but so far, this device only records data and is not (yet) linked to the refrigeration unit,” although Coenen thinks further development is underway. VersaCold Logistics Services VersaCold Logistics Services not only operates several asset-based transportation companies, but also a third-party logistics operation with dedicated facilities and assets, such as warehouses and trucks. The company, which transports perishables around the world by air and ocean, handles all kinds of temperature-sensitive products. Thus far, it has only done small volumes of flowers, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t qualified. When it comes to time- and temperature-sensitive product, such as flowers, VersaCold tends to use air freight. Douglas Harrison, president and CEO, boasts, “VersaCold is the largest temperature-sensitive supply chain company in Canada, one of the top four in North America and one of the top 10 globally.” In order to keep perishables fresh, VersaCold incorporates automated technologies to monitor temperatures on a real-time basis, so it can respond to anomalies quickly to ensure product doesn’t deteriorate. “We’re very technology-enabled because all we do is temperature-sensitive product. It’s an area that requires a real degree of knowledge and investment, specifically around that perishability requirement or sensitivity of the product.” Harrison continues, “In time, as the technology is refined, we’re looking to be able to allow customers to receive auto alerts, real-time track and trace, and other capabilities, so they can see where the product is, and understand the temperature it’s at and when it will be delivered to the receiving location.” Romark Logistics According to Royce Aultman Jr., COO of Romark Logistics, “We probably handle the largest propagators in the world.” The company, a full-service third-party logistics provider with a fleet of refrigerated equipment, helps coordinate the distribution, warehousing and transportation of propagated material, or flowers. “All of our vehicles are equipped with GPS and temperature tracking, so customers can not only view the position of their product, but also have real-time temperature visibility. That is what we do to ensure timely deliveries without compromising the product,” he says. While the company uses trucks, its primary mode of transportation is air. Aultman says, “Most of the process is like a relay race. The baton is handed to us at the airport when we go to recover the product, which we either pick up and take directly to the customer, or store the product here until it’s released, at all times maintaining the cold chain. It’s never broken. Flowers are a highly perishable product, so they usually stay no more than 24 hours in our facility—sometimes just a couple of hours.” The company also uses alarm sen... (Supply & Demand Chain Executive)