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Florida State Featured Florists

La Mee The Florist

5040 Saint Augustine Rd
Jacksonville, FL 32207

Flowers Of Apopka

522 S Hunt Club Blvd
Apopka, FL 32703

Christie's Flowers & Gifts

15215 Collier Blvd Ste 309
Naples, FL 34119

Claudia's Pearl Florist

3700 N Hwy 19A
Mount Dora, FL 32757

Carlstedt Oscar G Co

1001 West Garden Street
Pensacola, FL 32502

Florida Flowers News

Dec 29, 2017

Need a fresh fruit, flowers or cheese fix? Farmer's Market will return on December 22

Jean Baer.Ventura and Baer own Local Roots, LLC and are celebrating their tenth season managing markets in Southwest Florida.“We will be expanding to nine markets this season, adding to the list another barrier island in Lee County: Captiva Island Farmers Market, located at South Seas Island Resort,” Ventura said. “The markets will be on Tuesdays, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., opening December 19.”The following new vendors have been accepted for the 2017-2018 season:Aloe Organics – certified organic farmer from Arcadia; Angelic Desserts, a local baker selling Key lime pies and cheesecakes; Blue Pagoda Orchids; BushDogs – Maryland crabcakes, crab bisque, Chesapeake shrimp salad; Butcher’s Gourmet – local butcher from Osprey; Cedar Whiskey Sauces – fruit-based, flavored sauces.Other vendors returning from last season include Sweet Treats by Cherie, Dominga Flowers, Dusty’s Produce, Euro Bakery, Farmer Mike, French Artisan, Good Boy Treats, Hats of Madagascar, Herbeque BBQ,I Love Oils, Island Seafood, Jimmy’s Java, Kokokahn, Lakonia, Ernesto & Luigi Sauces, Mota’s Munchies and Mr. Fun Guy mushroom grower.Pasta Machine, also new this year, will be offering freshly made pastas. Savoury Spoon will offer waffles on a stick, grilled cheese, smoothies and pressed juice. New York Bagels will be selling freshly baked bagels and muffins. Pilar’s Empanadas will have Argentinean empanadas and Chimichurri sauce, and there will also be a new gluten-free ba... (Boca Beacon)

Dec 29, 2017

Late-blooming Bulls persevere

Power 5 team on the line.Flowers threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Tyre McCants with 16 seconds left to give No. 23 South Florida a 38-34 victory over Texas Tech in the Birmingham Bowl on Saturday.Flowers led the Bulls (10-2) to a second straight dramatic victory in the bowl game at Legion Field, throwing for a pair of touchdowns in the final 4:26 after struggling in the first half. “I was telling myself, I’ve got to hit my guys in the chest,” Flowers said. “I’ve got to put the ball in their chest and just give them a chance. I just went out there and my coach called the play that I wanted and thank God Tyre did what he was supposed to do and I did what I was supposed to do and we came out with the victory.” The Bulls, who are 21-4 the past two seasons, won last year’s Birmingham Bowl on Flowers’ 25-yard touchdown pass in overtime against South Carolina.The Red Raiders (6-7) had taken the lead back with Nic Shimonek’s 25-yard touchdown pass to a wide-open T.J. Vasher in the end zone with 1:31 remaining. That left Flowers with plenty of time to work, it turns out. He ran 13 yards and 21 yards for first downs, the latter coming on a third-and-10 play. Then he found McCants on their second scoring connection. The s... (The Register-Guard)

Dec 29, 2017

Roses & Raspberries: Flowers for those who help

We saw it in Houston when large sections of the city were flooded by rain from Hurricane Harvey. We saw it when Hurricane Irma raked across Florida, inflicting pain and suffering. We saw it again when Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico.People are at their best when facing the worst situations. Bravo, and roses to everyone.The Thomas fire also has stretched thin the ability of local charities to get clothes and food to families during the holiday season.So, roses to everyone who can contribute to the Foodbank of Santa Barbara County, which is the central distributor to more than 300 charitable agencies countywide.Roses and a vigorous thumbs up to the Santa Maria Humane Society for thinking of their “guests” this holiday season.The Thomas fire has left many pets homeless, and a lot of them showed up at the Santa Maria Human Society facility, whose staff hopes to "clear the shelter" before Christmas by placing each of the shelter's cats and dogs into permanent homes.The shelter was full at mid-week, but you can become a dog or cat’s hero by visiting the shelter up until 3 p.m. Sunday, and take home a new friend without charge. The Humane Society has waived the usual adoption fees.What do you say to a trip to 1687 W. Stowell Road? Pick a pet — or two — and earn a roseAs a matter of fact, roses to every person who has helped make this very difficult holiday season on the Central Coast more enjoyable for folks affected by the Thomas fire, many of whom lost everything but their lives in the blaze. And a special bouquet to local organizations that have helped those helpers in their quest to improve the season for those who have suffered near-catastrophic losses.We are nearing the end of what has been a very trying year for so many Americans — and so many of our neighbors here on the Central Coast — but it is truly gratifying to know we always have each other’s backs. (Santa Maria Times)

Dec 8, 2017

Peconic florist earns chance to work with master designer

Elizabeth and celebrities including Tom Cruise and for the inaugurations of presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. He owns two locations in Florida.Ms. Gilbert, owner of Country Petals in Peconic, emerged as contest winner. She was flown to Tampa on Oct. 19 and spent three nights in the Sunshine State, working on three multi-million-dollar weddings with Mr. Prosser and his team. She also worked independently on an anniversary party for one of his clients.“Working with Ian and his team — his team was sharp, smart and they made me feel right at home — was so exciting,” said Ms. Gilbert.The second she arrived at Mr. Prosser’s studio, she said, he handed her a wreath and asked if she could make 10 more.A scene from one of the weddings Ms. Gilbert worked on. (Courtesy Photo)On the day of one of the weddings, she and Mr. Prosser’s team arrived eight hours in advance to decorate. They hung foliage on the top of each tent post to make them look like palm trees. They hung the wreaths she’d made on every entrance gate and placed large flower centerpieces on each table, among other arrangements.“It was harder than I expected because I had never worked with that many people on that large a scale before,” she said. “I do so much of my own work myself … I take pride in every detail of the work I do. It’s important to someone to have the best for their wedding. It may be another event to me, but it’s their day.”Ms. Gilbert said she was honored to have been personally chosen by Mr. Prosser, saying he picked her because he noticed her attention to detail and felt she could b...

Nov 17, 2017

Flower-wrapped home near Venice blooms on the market for $2.89 million

Douglas Elliman hold the listing.jack.flemming@latimes.comTwitter: @jflem94MORE FROM HOT PROPERTY:Serena Williams serves up a golf course lot in Florida for $6.5 millionNewly built homes scale October's price heightsWhat $900,000 buys right now in three L.A.-area communitiesNeighborhood Spotlight: Westlake Village is far from the madding crowd ... perhaps too far... (Los Angeles Times)