Colorado, CO Florists
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Colorado State Featured Florists
2486 Patterson Rd #12Grand Junction, CO 81505
10665 West 72Nd AvenueArvada, CO 80005
4753 N. Carefree CirColorado Springs, CO 80917
1764 Platte StreetDenver, CO 80202
290 S Birch StDenver, CO 80246
Colorado Flowers News
Nov 28, 2018
Holiday blooms: Amaryllis, paperwhites make for easy-care winter gifts - Colorado Springs Gazette
Paperwhite bulbs are displayed for sale this week at Good Earth Garden Center in Colorado Springs.
Kelsey Brunner, the gazette
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You don't have to dig for holiday gifts for Pikes Peak region gardener - Colorado Springs Gazette
From colorful pots and hand-painted tiles to garden gift baskets, decorations and wind-catchers, whimsical gifts galore can be found at shops in Colorado Springs.Holiday gardens
Need a "grab-and-go" gift on your way to a holiday gathering? Skyway Creations Flower Shop, 1407 S. 8th St., has just the thing. The store has a vast selection of pre-made basketed holiday and European gardens featuring up to five living plants from $24.98 for walk-in customers or $34.98 for delivery. Medium baskets are $49.98 and up, and large ones start at $74.98.
Skyway Creations Flower Shop, 1407 S. 8th St., has baskets of holiday and European gardens featuring up to five living plants from $24.98 for walk-in customers or $34.98 for delivery. Medium baskets are $49.98 an... Nov 28, 2018
Last-Minute Gifts for Home and Garden - Press Release - Digital Journal
HomeGardenandHomestead.com picks its favorite holiday gifts for home and garden
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - November 27, 2018 - (Newswire.com)
The holiday season is here, and that means making a gift list and checking it at least twice. Some friends and family members are easy to buy for, but others require a bit more creativity in order to find the perfect gift.
HomeGardenandHomestead.com, one of the fastest-growing websites for information and trends about homes, gardens and homesteads of all sizes, has assembled its annual list of top holiday gifts for home and garden.
"This year's list of holiday gifts includes something for every home, apartment and homestead," said Randall D. Schultz, Content Editor for HomeGardenandHomestead.com. "The gifts range from indoor houseplants for the holiday... Nov 15, 2018
Florist case reopens before Washington Supreme Court
Court sided with Christian cake baker Jack Phillips, who had declined to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. The Supreme Court ruled that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission had shown an impermissible hostility toward religion in their handling of the case.
Stutzman's attorneys have argued that a similar hostility against religion was on display in the handling of Stuzman's case by Washington's attorney general.
"While the attorney general failed to prosecute a business that obscenely berated and discriminated against Christian customers, he has steadfastly-and on his own initiative-pursued unprecedented measures to punish Barronelle not just in her capacity as a business owner but also in her personal capacity," said Kristen Waggoner, senior vice president of Alliance Defending Freedom, the group defending both Phillips and Stutzman.
"In its Masterpiece Cakeshop ruling, the Supreme Court condemned that sort of one-sided, discriminatory application of the law against people of faith," Waggoner said.
"Also, in the legal briefs that the attorney general has filed in Barronelle's case, he has repeatedly and overtly demeaned her faith. He has compared her religious beliefs about marriage-which the Supreme Court said are ‘decent and honorable'-to racial discrimination," Waggoner continued.
"This conflicts with the Supreme Court's recognition in Masterpiece Cakeshop that it was ‘inappropriate' for the government to draw parallels between those religious beliefs and ‘defenses of slavery'."
The Washington case centers around 73-year-old Barronelle Stutzman, owner of Arlene's Flowers in Richland, Washington.
In 2013, Rob Ingersoll, a long-time friend and customer of Stutzman, asked her to arrange flowers for... Nov 15, 2018
Here's why the Arlene's Flowers case is back in the state Supreme Court's hands
The state's high court is taking another look at the case in light of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in a separate but similar matter involving a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.
Attorneys for Barronelle Stutzman, owner of Arlene's Flowers, filed their opening brief this week.
More briefs - on both sides - will be filed over the next couple of months.
The state Supreme Court could hear oral arguments during its winter term, which runs from January to March, but more likely will hear them in the spring term, which runs from April to June, said Lorrie Thompson, a state court spokeswoman.