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Delaware State Featured Florists

Hillside Florist

105 Lavinia St
Milton, DE 19968

Colonial Florist

706 Delaware St
New Castle, DE 19720

Wildflowers By Alicia

370 E Main St
Middletown, DE 19709

Milford Florist & Home Decor

10 Se Front St
Milford, DE 19963

Ramone's Flowers

1904 Newport Gap Pike
Wilmington, DE 19808

Delaware Flowers News

May 24, 2018

Farm fresh veggies and greens, plants and produce

The Sergeantsville Farmers' Market is set to open this Saturday, May 26, 8 to noon. It is located on Route 604 across from the Delaware township municipal building. Here you will find veggies and plants, meats and poultry, eggs and more, plus music and pony rides. Check SergeantsvilleFarmersMarket.com. Also Facebook. The Holland Township Farmers' Market is opening on June 9. It's held Saturday mornings, 9 to 1, and it's located on Route 519 at the Holland Township Fire Company. Check it out on Facebook. Flemington's Stangl Farmers' Market is an indoor market that is open all year on Saturdays, 9 to 3. There are some 30 vendors offering veggies, meats, breads, eggs, cheeses, crafts and baskets, soaps and bath products, yarn and much more. For more information, visit StanglFactory.com/farmers-market-2 or call manager Martha Dreswick at 908-963-8832. The market is located in the Stangl complex at 12 Mine St. in Flemington. The Stockton Market is also an indoor market that is open all year at 19 Bridge St. Here you'll find farm fresh produce and much more. There is a cafe, eat-in food stands, seafood and meats, chocolate, baked goods, and local artisans. This Friday, May 25, 5 to 8 p.m., The Back Porch Jug Band will be performing. It's a popular event that draws fans for unusual music. Market is open Friday through Sunday but different vendors are open at different times. Check StocktonMarket.com or call 609 608-2824.   *** Lynn Hopkins runs Best In Bloom Bouquets based in Annandale. She grows lots of flowers and you can find her at the Dvoor Farmers' Market every Sunday as well as at Basil Bandwagon - she delivers fresh flowers here every Thursday. "I do specialty cut flowers," Lynn told me. All through the spring and summer, she is busily growing blooms that she arranges in bouquets or provides as cut flowers. "Right now I still have tulips and some daffodils, as well as iris, alliums, and peonies," she added. "Coming on are snapdragons, sunflowers, and all kinds of Asiatic lilies which are very long-lasting." Ready now are these early bloomers and summer flowers are yet to come. In addition, she does designs for weddings and events. She will also take orders to deliver a fresh bouquet to anyone every other week. These can be picked up at the Dvoor market or she will deliver locally. For more info, call Lynn at 908-892-8201 or visit BestInBloomBouquets.com. *** Randi Eckel runs the Toadshade Wildflower Farm outside Frenchtown. Specialties here are wildflower plant...

Apr 20, 2018

Lewes blooms with Tulip Celebration

Lewes in Bloom alone plantsTulips bloom near the Zwaanendael Museum where many activities during the Lewes Tulip Celebration will be held. (Delaware State News by Marc Clery)20,000 — a number which has grown every year after starting with just 3,000 bulbs nine years ago.“The tulips really transform the town,” said Ms. Reamer who can see a large portion of them from her office window.“Whether you’re just passing through town or coming specially to look at the tulips, you won’t be disappointed.”In addition to the tulips in the central areas of town, floral displays have been created by the Sussex Gardeners, one of the oldest garden clubs in the U.S. founded in 1937, and will be on display at the Zwaanendael Museum.Flower arranging demonstrations are scheduled for today from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Floral Inspirations, located at 524 E. Savannah Road (in the shops under the Beacon Motel).Owner Ken Norman and members of his team invite people to stop by and watch them at work. He will also be hosting a Tulip Arranging class in his store on Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon and it will be a fundraiser for Lewes in Bloom.Flowers by Mayumi, located at 128 Second St., will have designers creating floral arrangements on Saturday from 1 to 2 p.m.The museum also plays host to the Tulip Celebration’s Photo Contest’s entries — 86 in all. The photos range in subject from tulips to architecture but all photos were taken in the town of Lewes.Submissions will be displayed in a tent in Zwaanendael Park from 11a.m. to 3 p.m. today and Saturday in the Fisher-Martin House from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Also today and Saturday in the park, weather permitting, the Lewes Beekeeping Club will share information about the art and science of beekeeping.“The Tulip Celebration is a unique event and there aren’t many events like it, especially in the United States so I think a lot of people come here for the first time for the celebration,” Ms. Reamer said.Free lectures at the Lewes Public Library will be offered today and Saturday.Children of all ages will take part in activities associated with the Lewes Tulip Celebration. (Submitted photo)On Saturday from ...

Mar 8, 2018

Flower Show exhibits offer advice on protecting watershed

At the 2018 Philadelphia Flower Show, exhibits showcasing how Delaware Valley residents can protect their waterways took center stage. Kyle Bagenstose @KyleBagenstose This week, thousands of Delaware Valley residents will head to the annual Philadelphia Flower Show to take in the sights and sounds. But what will they leave with?Kevin Feeley, communications manager for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, which puts on the show, hopes it's a bit of knowledge on how to protect the region's most precious natural resource and the theme of the 2018 show: water."There's a real educational opportunity with this theme, the 'Wonders of Water,'" Feeley said. "To use the show as a learning tool for how people can start protecting and conserving water in their own backyards."Feeley said the show's a... (Bucks County Courier Times)

Mar 8, 2018

Philly Flower Show taking deep dive into water

One exhibit encourages people to think about local water. “Windows on the Watershed” represents four ecosystems of the Delaware River watershed, that network of rivers and tributaries flowing from the Pocono Mountains, through the farm fields of Bucks County, filtering into the concrete urban core of Philadelphia, and out to the Atlantic Ocean through the low marshes of New Jersey.“One of the things we tried to illuminate is that nature is designed to help itself and protect itself,” said designer Victoria Prizzia. “We came up with this idea of ‘protector-scapes.’ What plants and trees work together in these land-use areas, which we can highlight as superheroes?” Alexandra Rimska feeds a butterfly nectar at the Philadelphia Flower Show’s Butterfly Experience. (Kimberly Paynter/WHYY) Orchids on display at the main exhibit of the 2018 Flower Show in Philadelphia. (Kimberly Paynter/WHYY) The 2018 Philadelphia Flower Show theme Wonders of Water inspired the main exhibit rainforest theme. (Kimberly Paynter/WHYY) Irwin Landscaping from Hockessin, Del., created Verdant Delight. (Kimberly Paynter/WHYY) The 2018 Philadelphia Flower Show theme Wonders of Water inspired the main exhibit rainforest theme. (Kimberly Paynter/WHYY) A mature red maple tree can intercept about 11,000 gallons of stormwater a year. (Kimberly Paynter/WHYY) The 2018 Philadelphia Flower Show theme Wonders of Water inspired the main exhibit rainforest theme. (Kimberly Paynter/WHYY) Stoney Bank Nurseries from Glen Mills in Pa., created Water’s Edge. (Kimberly Paynter/WHYY) ...

Feb 8, 2018

Farewell to Helen Eliason, who leaves a beautiful garden for us all to enjoy

Yet it would be an injustice not to pay tribute to this gentle woman who touched innumerable lives and whose quiet persistence left Delaware a horticultural legacy that is itself her fitting memorial.While her philanthropic endeavors were legion — many children’s organizations, horticultural institutions and Fraim Senior Center, just to name a few — Eliason’s enduring legacy is a small garden as shy and retiring as she was, but equally resplendent in character. Helen adopted the garden, not far from her home in Wawaset Park, as a personal challenge. A neglected gem, she undertook its restoration after a long business career and applied her intelligence, management skills and ability to attract like-minded people willing to work.DELAWARE SPACES: Farmhouse is core of Centerville estate.PAY UP:Delaware's biggest toll scofflaw owes $175,000.Goodstay Gardens, on the campus of the University of Delaware’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in Wilmington, sits hidden from view. Surrounded by boxwood hedges  and the constant thrum of traffic along Pennsylvania Avenue, it hearkens to the time of the DuPont legacy gardens, the early 1900s, when Longwood, Winterthur and Nemours were springing to life under watchful eyes and hands.Likewise, the small garden at Goodstay was undergoing its own renewal in the 1920’s when Ellen Coleman du Pont Meeds hired landsca...