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Florists in Alamosa, CO

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Alamosa Flower Shops

Accent On Flowers

1114 Main Street
Alamosa, CO 81101
(719) 589-6272

City Market Floral & Gifts

131 Market Street
Alamosa, CO 81101
(719) 589-1089

Happy Petals

407 6Th St
Alamosa, CO 81101
(719) 589-3295

Alamosa CO News

Dec 29, 2017

Alamosa Flowers: Berries for wildlife

Happy New Year! It seems we have a lot of birds in Alamosa this winter. We have no snow cover and temperatures have been higher than usual. This year, December temperatures have been over 50 deg. F on eight days. Most other highs have been in the 40’s. Average highs in December for Alamosa are all in the 30’s.I hope the birds are getting enough to eat. I often think of crabapples and rose hips as winter food for wildlife, but recently I’ve been thinking about berries.I have a snowberry shrub (Symphoricarpos albus) that had beautiful white berries until the middle of November. As I walked around my garden today, I realized the snowberry is being taken over by another, more aggressive shrub that I can’t identify in its winter state. I would like the snowberry to thrive so entered a note into my “check it out” list for next spring to remove some of the encroaching shrubs.According to the Wiki website, the common snowberry is an important winter food source for various birds but is considered somewhat poisonous to humans. It is one of the...

Sep 8, 2017

Valley Gardening: Plants outwitting people & vice versa

Barberry, a few Rocky Mountain Sumacs and spreading Cotoneasters. I’m also giving a couple of Knockout Roses and Hibiscus a chance to survive in Alamosa. Even though I think Karl Foerester grasses are being WAY over planted, I purchased nine and will plant them only for a background plant. Did I mention that they are being way over planted?! Thank you, thank you Big R of Alamosa for working with me.Okay…I mentioned Society Hall so here’s some news on what is happening there. On Sunday and Monday (they don’t call it Labor Day for nothing), Larry Brown, Kenny Koenig and I will be painting the ramp at the front of the hall. It’s going to look so fabulous! Kenny helped paint the back ramp because he is familiar with automotive type painting—that’s his business. I had started the job with cans of spray paint—what was I thinkin’!?We will be hosting a fine concert next Friday with Buddy Mondlock and then on the 16th of September, watch out! The board of SH decided a new roof was in order, so we need to raise some money and thus, we decided to have a Raise the Roof Celebration. We are closing off part of Fourth St. and the parking lot at the SLV Federal Bank (thanks Duane Bussey). The entire area will be fenced. At high noon, the festivities will begin, with bands — six of them — alternating between the inside hall and the outside stage. We will have hamburgers for sale AND beer and wine, and cheesecake. I’m also hearing that three, that’s three, class reunions will be gathering, so it promises to be fun. If you would like to volunteer for a couple of hours, please give me a call at 719-580-7838. Thanks!How tough are plants you ask? Well…down in front of the Bistro Rialto, where the curb is pulling away from the sidewalk, a tomato is growing! Who knows where the seed came from, or if a bird dropped it—good aim, I guess. But it’s growing. Maybe I will purposely plant early next year and see what happens.  And then where the curb is pulling away in front of Hospice, I might plant beans. Next for tough plants are the elms growing in the gutter at the Thai House Restaurant—2nd floor! I’m thinking they have been there for at least three years, maybe longer. When Society Hall was first purchased there were a couple of little rips in the roof where elms were growing. If you wanted them to grow in a specific place, they wouldn’t...

Dec 30, 2015

Tamera Sue Walberg, 57

Mosca resident Tamera Sue Walberg, 57, passed away December 25, 2015 at the San Luis Valley Health Regional Medical Center in Alamosa.Tammy was born in Pampa, Texas on December 4, 1958 to Morris and Billie Walberg.She worked for more than twenty years at Skyline Potato in Center, Colorado. She enjoyed her work and was very dedicated. Tammy loved life, had a very kind heart and would help anyone however she could. In her spare time she enjoyed cooking, spending time with her family and friends, and when having the opportunity liked to travel. She was very loving and devoted to her family and friends and her family meant everything to her.Tammy is survived by her mother Billie Walberg of Mosca; her spouse Joe Taullie of Pueblo, CO; her children Jason (Denise) Rowe of Tempe, AZ and Jerod Rowe of Mosca, CO; her brothers Neil Walberg and Mike Walberg, both of Colorado Springs, CO; as well as numerous extended family and friends.She is preceded in death by her father Morris.Cremation was chosen and a Memorial Service will be held 2:00 p.m. Saturday, January 2, 2016 at the Monte Vista Church of Christ.Rogers Family ... (Valley Courier)