Florists in Altamonte Springs, FL
Find local Altamonte Springs, Florida florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Altamonte Springs and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
Altamonte Springs Flower Shops
801 W Highway 436 Ste 1005
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
939 E Altamonte Dr
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
303 E Altamonte Dr
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
503 E Altamonte Dr
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
Altamonte Springs FL News
Feb 3, 2017
Attracts Floral Professionals from Across the Nation
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Kierstin Rutan of 1800Flowers Jacksonville, Florida. Second place went to Andie Muller, FSMD of The Flower Studio in Altamonte Springs, Florida and third place went to Kristina Metcalf of Fleurs de Vedra in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
Also during Fresh Forum 2017, a drawing was held featuring a Grand Prize trip for two to the SAF (Society of American Florists) Annual Convention at The Breakers in Palm Beach, Florida September 6-9, 2017. The Grand Prize, which includes airfare, hotel and registration to the convention, was won by Sandy Lincoln of Any Blooming Thing in Bloomingdale, Georgia.
Complementing Fresh Forum, Napco is presenting it annual pre-show now through March 1, 2017. More than 1,000 new Napco items are being introduced during pre-show along with versatile merchandising ideas florists can utilize to enhance their in-store displays and promotions. The pre-show event is being held in the Napco corporate showroom in Jacksonville, Florida and florists attending the event can take advantage of VIP shopping, show specials, seasonal dating, freight incentives and other important benefits.
“Napco and BloomNet were thrilled to welcome florists from across North America to Fresh Forum 2017. I want to thank all who attended, helping to make this year’s event one of our best ever,” said Mark Nance, AAF, President of BloomNet. “I also want to thank our presenters, each of whom shared their artistry and expertise, showcasing new possibilities in floral design and providing leading-edge ideas florists can utilize to grow their businesses. And, I want to congratulate and thank all the designers who participated in the Floriology Institute Design Competition...your amazing talents are an inspiration to everyone.”
With more than 75 years as a trusted source to the floral and related industries, Napco (www.napcoimports.com) is the one-stop-shopping home for floral, garden, gift and seasonal decor needs. Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, Napco creates, imports and distributes a vast line of products featuring exclusive designs. The company’s diverse product line includes floral containers in virtually all shapes, sizes and colors along with decorative accents, inspirational and sympathy products, a wide variety of garden items, superior quality glassware, and trend-forward products carefully selected for holidays throughout the year including Valentine’s Day, Christmas and many other special occasions. Dedicated to providing unparalleled customer service, Napco has a highly experienced team of sales associates located throughout the United States and the company offers flexible purchasing options as well as state-of-the-art order fulfillment capabilities. Napco is a division of BloomNet® and a member of the 1-800-FLOWERS.COM family of brands.
As the leading floral industry service provider, BloomNet (www.BloomNet.net), a wholly-owned subsidiary of 1-800-FLOWERS.COM, is focused on continually exceeding the expectations of its select community of Florists. Retail Florists across the nation and around the globe rely upon BloomNet as their trusted source for unique personalized service, comprehensive florist care, innovative programs, and quality products designed to increase their viability. BloomNet is committed to working side by side with our Florists to foster industry education, build comm... (Business Wire )Sep 21, 2016
News of Record for Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016
Jerry Lewis Falconer, 26, Altamonte Springs, failure to appear (3); Melanie B. Anderson, 31, Port Orange, violation of community control; Victor L. Santos-Gonzalez, 29, DeLand, grand theft; Alyson Evelyn Nowell, 34, Edgewater, grand theft of a motor vehicle; Israel Chabriel, 42, Deltona, habitual driving while license is revoked; Summer A. Roam, 24, New Smyrna Beach, court violation (2); Michele Lennaco, 27, Daytona Beach Shores, court violation (2); Richard Lee Darlin, 43, Holly Hill, grand theft from a posted construction site; Kevin Steven Andrel, 58, Daytona Beach, grand theft from a posted construction site; Emmanuel O. Garner, 25, Daytona Beach, sexual battery on a person between the age of 12 and 18 by a person over the age of 18; Richard J. Gould, 30, DeLeon Springs, battery, tampering with a witness; Antoine J. Adams, 26, DeLand, operating a motor vehicle while driver's license is revoked, possession of a controlled substance with the intent to sell, possession of paraphernalia; Shane D. Knox, 21, Daytona Beach, aggravated battery causing bodily harm, domestic battery by strangulation; Jennifer Leigh Quantrell, 32, South Daytona, grand theft of more than $300 but under $5,000; Coquette Heather Volk, 34, Lake Como, grand theft of more than $300 but under $5,000; Angela M. Lockhart, 43, Daytona Beach Shores, court violation (2); Joseph P. Riccobono, 36, Port Orange, possession of cocaine; Fritz G. Osirus, 32, Deltona, domestic battery by strangulation, aggravated battery, battery; Joseph Louis Raico, 50, Port Orange, failure to appear; John James Robertson III, 34, Port Orange, court violation (5).
SUITS: Vivian Bray v. Emilio Gonzal... (Daytona Beach News-Journal)Apr 22, 2016
Freebie Friday: Art and Jazz festivals, Earth Day in the Park
ART OF HEALING GALLERY: call for hours; located in Florida Hospital Altamonte, 601 E. Altamonte Drive, Altamonte Springs; free; 407-303-5395. "Collect Moments Not Things" (through June 9).
ARTS ON DOUGLAS: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday; 123 Douglas St., New Smyrna Beach; free; 386-428-1133. "A Walk in the Woods: New Work by BJ Lantz" (through April 16), "Chris Robb: Continuum" (through April 30).
ATLANTIC CENTER FOR THE ARTS: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 10a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday; 1414 Art Center Ave., New Smyrna Beach; free; 386-427-6975. "Opening Minds Through Art" (through May 17).
CASSELBERRY ART HOUSE: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (Orlando Sentinel)Feb 2, 2016
New water protection rules could affect Volusia, Flagler waterways
Legislative session, which starts January 12, said Senator David Simmons, R-Altamonte Springs, a key sponsor. </p><p>Simmons calls it a “landmark piece of legislation that sets the stage for protection of our most precious part of the environment, our water.”</p><p><strong>BILL REPRESENTS COMPROMISE</strong></p><p>The sweeping legislation creates the Florida Springs and Aquifer Protection Act to protect and restore Outstanding Florida Springs, which includes Blue Spring, DeLeon Springs and Gemini Springs in Volusia County. It also addresses restructuring of the Northern Everglades estuary program, modifies water supply and resource planning processes and requires an annual assessment of water resources and conservation lands.</p><p>But the bill is raising red flags with environmental organizations across the state. More than 100 organizations, including the Florida Springs Council and the Sierra Club, expressed a lengthy list of concerns in a December letter to legislators. The letter questioned "numerous provisions" in the bill that "confer special advantage on particular industries," while not going far enough to protect other waterways. </p><p>“It is devastating to Florida's water policy,” said Linda Young, director of the Clean Water Network of Florida. “It's going to take us back 40 years and basically finishes off any last remnants of the Clean Water Act in Florida.”</p><p>The environmental groups said the bill removes more of the authority from water management districts to protect the water supply and moves toward more central control of the state's resources. Young said it shifts more responsibility to taxpayers to develop water supply for developers and could allow distribution of water across regions, something Florida has to date avoided.</p><p>Simmons dismisses opposition to the bill, saying those who oppose it don't want to see things improve.</p><p>“Anyone who looks at it and reads it closely is going to concur with the vast majority of the stakeholders who came before the se... (Daytona Beach News-Journal)Feb 2, 2016
Caring attitude was teacher's stock in trade
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Orlando Direct Cremation Service, of Altamonte Springs, handled arrangements.
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Police search for Publix shooting suspects
ARRESTS HAVE BEEN MADE OR WHAT MAY HAVE PROMPTED THAT SHOOTING. RIGHT NOW POLICE IN ALTAMONTE SPRINGS ARE TRYING TO FIND TWO PEOPLE INVOLVED IN AT SHOOTING AVE MONEY CARRIER ATE PUB LISH LYNX STORE. THIS IS VIDEO OF THE GUNMAN JUST SECONDS BRE PULLED THE TRIGGER. IT HAPPENED ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE ALTAMONTE MON MALL. JAZMIN WALKER IS THRIF LIVE THERE THIS MORNING, JAZMIN, DO THEY HAVE A NI SUS SNECTS THIS CASE. Reporter: THEY HAVE THE APPARENT GETAWAY CAR. SO THEY HAVE A FEW CLUES. AS FOR THE PUBLIX, WE'RE SEEING CUSTOMERS WALK INTO THE DOORS. AS WE TALK ABOUT THE ENTRANCE TO THE STORE, THAT IS WHERE POLICE TELL US THAT THE GUNMAN WAS WAITING INSIDE. AND MINUTES AFTER BEING SEEN ON THAT SURVEILLANCE VIDEO, THE SOUND OF GUNSHOTS. EVERYONE JUST RAN OUT THE BACK DOOR AND WE HID IN THE BUSHES OUT BACK. HORRIBLE. ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE. SINGING. Reporter: CUSTOMERS PANICKED, RAN AND DUCKED FOR COVER AFTER HEARING THE SHOTS. HERE'S THE SURVEILLANCE VIDEO WE MENTIONED IT. SHOWS A GUNMAN SITTING IN A CHAIR NEAR THE FRONT DOOR. HE GETS UP AND WALKS WAY. BUT WHEN HE COMES BACK... (WESH Orlando)