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Colorado, CO Florists

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Colorado State Featured Florists


5090 South Broadway
Englewood, CO 80113

Ortega Nicholas Landscapng Jr

2721 Yates Street
Denver, CO 80212

Sandy's Flowers & Gifts

4753 N. Carefree Cir
Colorado Springs, CO 80917

Flowerama #147

3391 W Hampden Ave
Englewood, CO 80110

The Floral Boutique Of Carbondale

1058 Village Rd
Carbondale, CO 81623

Colorado Flowers News

Jul 26, 2019

Lark Ascending: Getting back to the garden - Summit Daily News

She moved to Breckenridge in 2014 and is the author of “Winelands of Colorado.” Contact her at

Jul 26, 2019

Wilderness Wanderings: Hike now to enjoy Zirkel wildflowers - Steamboat Pilot & Today

And now is a great time to view Rocky Mountain columbine, which was adopted as the official state flower of Colorado in 1899.Friends of Wilderness volunteers in the past few days reported back with dozens of different wildflower sightings on many of the trails near upper Seedhouse Road. The following is what they found.Gold Creek Lake Trail currently has a large variety of flowers in bloom. Volunteers Nancy Kellogg, Rita Soller and Sidney Moon found 33 different varieties, ranging from indian paintbrush, parry’s primrose and Jacob’s ladder to shooting stars and bog wintergreen. And in wet areas, lots of bluebells, also called chiming bells. They also confirmed three orchids: brown cluster, coral root and bog. “As we hiked up in elevation, many of the species in bloom changed, either because their season is somewhat altered by altitude or because different flower species prefer different environs,” Kellogg said. “For anyone who enjoys flowers, it should still be good hunting for several weeks.”Hiking Mica Trail, Emily Seaver and Cindy Kinnear, Elaine Dermody and Elain Kopf get the award for identifying the most flowers — an eye-popping 41. Now that’s some bouquet! Of course it helps that Seaver is a longtime board member of Yampa River Botanic Park. These ladies saw lousewort, red gilia, waterleaf, purple vetch, spearmint, columbine, whipple’s penstemon and salsify which is otherwise known as oyster plan due to the taste of its roots. They also found aspen sunflower, which is also called old-man-of-the-mountain. Tom Baer, Tom Schlicht and Dave Kinnear did not have much luck with flowers on Gilpin Trail, although they did see that columbine are just starting to bloom.“Flowers are going off late...

May 31, 2019

Still crazy for wildflowers? Colorado road trip leads to the summer bloom - Los Angeles Times

Interstates 15 and 70 and U.S. 50 passes through the desert Southwest landscape of Las Vegas, the paleontological paradise of St. George, Utah, and Colorado’s Grand Junction and Montrose.

May 31, 2019

Bag designer Edie Parker launches Flower, a cannabis line. - Fast Company

Most happen to be minorities.) In 1996, California decriminalized cannabis for medical purposes, then in 2012, Colorado and Washington became the first states to legalize the recreational use of cannabis, paving the way for others to follow suit.Now legalization is driving a slew of new cannabis-focused startups, many of which are throwing themselves into rebranding weed–giving its tie-dyed stoner culture associations a more sophisticated edge. For one thing, they are using the term cannabis, which tends to be less laden with negative associations than “weed” or “marijuana.” They’re also elevating the design: Cannabis brand Beboe creates $65 half-ounce vape pens that contain cannabis oil and the Beverly Hills Cannabis Club sells cannabis strains wrapped in gold foil for $700 per ounce. Other brands like Roam Escapes, Sunday Goods, and Besito focus on the wellness benefits of cannabis to relieve pain, increase focus, or increase sex drive.[Photo: courtesy Edie Parker]Heyman brings her own take to cannabis, one that is shaped from her years in the fashion industry. She’s best known for creating acrylic clutches and handbags that cost between $800 and $1,800, and are all the rage with celebrities, who regularly carry them on the red carpet. Her bags are colorful and fun, often adorned with marble patterns, glitter, or fruit motifs. She brings the same ebullience to her Flower line. “Yes, cannabis holds plenty of medicinal properties,” says Heyman. “But the world feels kind of dark right now, and I really want to just have a good time. My brand is about entertaining and having fun.”Much like her handbag collection...

Feb 28, 2019

Make plans now to garden with habitat in mind - Englewood Herald

Colorado where we live. Nourishment ensues for all concerned: gardener and assorted visitors. Despite blazing sun and cold nights, a great variety of plants will grow happily here and they will invite birds and pollinators to visit and live with you. Food, water, cover and places to raise young are required - probably many readers' yards already contain these ingredients for a National Wildlife Federation "Certified Wildlife Habitat" that is one more puzzle piece in place for replenishing resources for visiting birds, butterflies and possibly other small creatures. See for information. The NWF also encourages Schoolyard Habitats (there are more than 7,000 across the nation and a parent might want to help with a project at a neighborhood school, in addition to considering the home's surroundings). I would want to encourage neighborhood organizations to make information available to residents - both new and longtime. As our metro area fills with more concrete and housing, food for wild...