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14342 Seventh StDade City, FL 33523
3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr BlvdTampa, FL 33607
209 W Magnolia StArcadia, FL 34266
3020 Lamberton Blvdsuite 103Orlando, FL 32825
445 1St Ave NSaint Petersburg, FL 33701
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Jul 26, 2019
House of the Week: Flowers engulf this English inspired cottage in Pompey - Syracuse.com
The couple moved up from Florida for work, but now in retirement, they will head back to their native state to be near family. Jay said he will have a small garden, but won’t have the space to grow some of his favorite flowers.“I will miss the gardens and living in the country with all of its privacy. We’ll be moving to a retirement community so everything will be close, but the gardens will be smaller,” he said.Stewart laughed and said there will be less snow in Florida and he will miss looking out at the spruce trees flocked with snow in the wintery scene of their yard.“It’s our time to make our move. We’re ready to be closer to family,” Stewart said.There will be an open house on Sunday, July 14 from 12 p.m.-3 p.m.THE DETAILSAddress: 3411 Henneberry Rd., Jamesville, N.Y. 13078Price: $275,000Size: 2,262 square feetAcreage: 1.15 acresMonthly Mortgage: $1,474 (based on this week’s national average rate of 3.75 percent, according to Freddie Mac, for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage with a 20 percent down payment. Fees and points not included.)Total taxes: $7,708 (Based on assessed value of $210,000)Built: 1994School District: Fabius-PompeyKitchen: The kitchen has an open concept with a half circle island that has a breakfast bar on one side. There is space for an eat-in area. Bedrooms: The main house has two bedrooms on different sides of the home, each with their own ensuite bathroom and separate staircases. The outer building which they used as a studio and the beginnings of a gallery could also be used as a guest house or in-law apartment. There is running water, electricity, and septic, closet, and built-in bookcase.Bathrooms: There are two full bathrooms and two half baths in this home. Each bedroom has its own bathroom. The master bathroom has a double sink area and separate jet tub and shower.Living areas: The main home has a main floor living room, three season room, a sitting area next to the master bedroom, and office. There is a separate building that has an artist studio and gallery space and extra living space which could be used as a bedroom.Outdoors: There is a stone patio outside French doors and the owners said the shade and cool breezes make it a nice spot to watch the birds that visit the feeders and the butterflies. Curated gardens and a wildflower meadow fill the property surrounded by spruce and larch trees. There is a detached garage, greenhouse, and two extra decks on the separate building.Agent: Kathleen N. Cole Howard Hanna Real Estate ServicesAddress: 6866 East Genesee St., Fayetteville, N.Y. 13066Phone: 315-263-9545Email: email@example.com House of the Week: Completely renovated lake house on DeRuyter Reservoir The owner said when you're spending all day on the lake, this small bungalow is perfect. To nominate a listing for House of the Week, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org/a... Jul 26, 2019
Retired Circuit Judge Clarence Johnson Jr. dies at age 89, left legacy in court system - Florida Today
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For more than three decades, Judge Clarence Johnson Jr. heard cases in the 18th Judicial Circ... Jul 26, 2019
New Canaan Florist Brings Local Charm, Quality To New Location - New Canaan, CT Patch
Pippitt has always been an entrepreneur, having previously owned other stores as well as two restaurants in Florida. He purchased the flower shop five years ago and has been working ever since, alongside a handful of employees, to give the store a friendly local business atmosphere. "People like to do business with local family-owned businesses," Pippitt said. "We want it to have that old-fashioned feel here, because that's what people relate to. We want to connect with our customers, which is rewarding to us, so we'll take the extra step for them." (Photo credit: RJ Scofield)The store does a lot of container gardening, offering spring, summer, fall or winter containers, however their biggest sellers are still fresh cut flowers. "We buy flowers everyday," Pippitt said. "We buy what are considered the best roses in the world: Ecuadorian roses. They're grown at altitudes higher than 10,000 feet. So we buy daily and we buy the best quality we can offer." As an added bonus for New Canaan residents, the store offers free delivery for local online orders. In addition to flowers, customers can also find a selection of candles, lotions and jams. The store also has a wedding business, which requires a lot of preparation and offsite work. According to Pippitt, those orders are usually placed six months to a year in advance and are a mix of local and non-local ceremonies. "It takes you days, sometimes weeks to prepare for a wedding," Pippitt said. "It could be in New York City, or it could be in Westport or at Waveny." The store recently made it through Valentine's Day, one of it's busiest times of the year, and is gearing up for its biggest rush in May for Mother's Day. "We make deliveries for Mother's Day all week long, because people might want their mom to have it on Wednesday or Friday instead of Sunday," Pippitt said, "so volume-wise it's just a busy week." Amid that rush however, Pippitt finds constant reminders of his favorite part of the job: the joy his flowers bring to customers. "When you're giving flowers, it's usually from a husband to a wife or a daughter to a mom, whatever the occasion may be. People are always smiling when they receive a floral arrangement," Pippitt said. "That's my favorite part when we deliver flowers: people are always happy." For further information or to place an order, check the store's website. Jul 26, 2019
The Sunflower Field draws thousands to small Alabama town - Alabama NewsCenter
The Sunflower Field.
“There was a lady that come yesterday from Tampa, Florida,” said Todd Sheridan, owner of The Sunflower Field. “She said, ‘I’ve read so much about it, I just had to come for myself.'”
Sheridan’s farm has become a tourist destination in July thanks to the 500,000 sunflowers he plants on 25 acres. This year he split the plantings by two weeks so that the blooms would be spread out over the entire month of July.
“The most difficult thing is to get them to come up out of the ground,” Sheridan said. “Once you get them up, it’s not too difficult.”
The Sunflower Field brings thousands of smiles to Autaugaville from Alabama NewsCenter on Vimeo.
This is Sheridan’s fifth year planting sunflowers, but only his fourth year making them available for public viewing and picking.
“It got started growing grain for a company that was going to crush oil out of it,” Sheridan said. “They were on a major highway so I knew there was going to be people wanting to take pictures, so I left some gates open, and then some guy took a picture and sent it to a news station, and some guy comes down and takes a video, and one thing led to... Jul 5, 2019
Exotic flowers, burlap, and mini disco balls: How Sara Perez-Ekanger built a floral design company - The Advocate
Now, she and her team can travel for special events. They’ve been flown as far as Key West, Florida to design and style a wedding for a client.
Poets-for-hire Lecco Morris and Daniel Shkolnik, decked out in vintage clothing and toting old-fashioned typewriters, are bringing Bohemian fl…
“It was an incredible opportunity,” she says. “It was cool to represent [a class of creatives] from New Orleans.”Just as her work space evolves, so does her design aesthetic. The most-viewed photos of her work feature exotic tropical flowers, such as proteas and anemones, and vibrant colors, such as coral and fuchsia, but Perez-Ekanger likes to think of those designs as a “branching-off point” (pun intended).“We can do more,” she says.