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180 S State StLyons, GA 30436
1359 13Th StColumbus, GA 31901
5354 Cleveland HighwayClermont, GA 30527
250 Broad StRome, GA 30161
691 441 Historic Hwy N Ste 7Demorest, GA 30535
Georgia Flowers News
Mar 8, 2018
Flowers beginning to bloom on Tyler's historic Azalea Trail
The Azalea Trail tradition dates back to 1929 when a nurseryman named Maurice Shamburger sent boxcar loads of azaleas by train from Georgia to Tyler, according to a history from Visit Tyler.That year, Mrs. Sarah Butler of the then-Tyler Courier Times Telegraph supported Shamburger in his efforts to plant azaleas around the city and planted her own azaleas at her own home, according to Visit Tyler.The azaleas grew in popularity. In 1960, the Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce established an official route five-miles long with 60 houses where visitors could see azaleas, according to Visit Tyler.The Azalea Trail brought 15,000 visitors in 1962, and the tradition has grown to attract, in some years, more than 100,000 visitors to the city, according to Visit Tyler.A hallmark of the event is the Azalea Belles, a group of young women in high school who dress in antebellum gowns and act as ambassadors on the trail. There are 35 Azalea Belles in 2018 who attend high schools across Smith County.The event runs for three weekends and ends April 1.TWITTER and INSTAGRAM: @_erinmansfield...Mar 8, 2018
Plymouth wholesale flower grower designs bouquet for International Women's Day March 8
SUN SAILOR STAFF PHOTO BY Kristen Miller)Georgia Edgington, designer for Len Busch Roses in Plymouth, puts together the special “Inspire” bouquet for International Women’s Day.Mothers have Mother’s Day. Lovers have Valentine’s Day. But what about a holiday that celebrates all women, who are doing great things to create a better world? International Women’s Day Thursday, March 8, does just that, and Len Busch Roses in Plymouth is preparing bouquets to celebrate this global holiday.“We want to get behind this movement as a day to celebrate women in our everyday lives who are making a difference in our homes, schools and community,” Georgia Edgington, designer for the wholesale flower grower and distributor.
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Garden Guru: Soft Caress mahonia attracts bees, birds
When you see those wonderful flowers and delightful fruits loved by birds, you instantly recognize it.We had several at the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens, and I was quick to plant it at my hillside home in Hamilton, Ga. Each December, as if it was a special holiday gift of nature, they send up their glorious spikes of golden yellow flowers, bringing in an abundance of pollinating bees.You’re starting to find it easily at garden centers as part of the Southern Living Plant Collection. But it is not just a hit in the United States. It also garnered the 2013 Plant of the Year award at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show.Soft Caress is cold hardy from zones 7-9, tough to around zero degrees. Our winter has been pretty brutal, and I’m delighted to report all is well. They will reach about 4 feet in height and almost as wide. At the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens, my favorite combination had them with Kaleidoscope abelias and spreading plum yew. I am growing mine with Japanese tassel fern.They thrived in partial shade, some getting brief direct sun, but high-filtered shifting light would be just perfect. The soils should be fertile and well-drained, so take the time to bed prep by incorporating 3 to 4 inches of organic matter.Dig the planting hole two to three times as wide as the rootball, but no deeper. Your goal is to have the top of the rootball even with the soil surface. Place the plant in the hole and backfill with soil to two-thirds the depth. Tamp the soil, and water to settle, add the remaining backfill, repeat the process, and apply mulch.Soft Caress is not a high-maintenance plant; just prune out any old ugly or damaged canes as needed or to encourage new young shoots and bushiness. In the woodland garden, combine with hostas, ferns and the repeat blooming Encore azaleas. Clusters of three seem to create a most magical appearance.Norman Winter is a horticulturist, author and national garden speaker. He is a former director of the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens at the Historic Bamboo F... (Savannah Morning News)Jan 12, 2018
129th Rose Parade rolls in Pasadena; see the list of float winners
The bowl will feature a College Football Playoff semifinal between Oklahoma and Georgia.Rose Parade float winnersThe Tournament of Roses on Monday announced the following award-winning floats:AwardDescriptionParticipantThemeBuilderSweepstakesMost beautiful entry: encompassing float design, floral presentation and entertainmentSingpoli American BDRising AboveParadisoAmericanaMost outstanding depiction of national treasures and traditionsFarmers InsuranceHonoring Hometown HeroesPhoenixAnimationMost outstanding use of animationUnderground Service Alert of Southern California (DigAlert)Making It Safe for AllFiestaBob Hope HumorMost whimsical and amusing floatLa Cañada Flintridge Tournament of Roses AssociationPanda-MoniumSelf-BuiltCrown City InnovatorMost outstanding use of imagination, innovation and technologyThe Grand Tour-An Amazon Prime OriginalMake Your Own MomentumParadisoDirectorMost outstanding artistic design and use of floral and non-floral materialsOdd Fellows and Rebekahs Rose FloatSacrifice to ServePhoenixExtraordinaire TrophyMost extraordinary floatThe UPS Store, Inc.Books Bring Dreams to LifeParadisoFantasyMost outstanding display of fantasy and imaginationSierra Madre Rose Float AssociationChivalry!Self-BuiltFounderMost outstanding float built and decorated by volunteers from a community or organizationBurbank Tournament of Roses AssociationSand-Sational HelpersSelf-BuiltGolden StateMost outstanding depiction of life in CaliforniaCity of Riverside25th Annual Festival of LightsFiestaGrand MarshalMost outstanding creative concept and float designDole Packaged FoodsSharing Nature's BountyFiestaInternationalMost outstanding float from outside the United StatesChina AirlinesCaring for Our SeaAESIsabella ColemanMost outstanding presentation of color and color harmony through floral designCity of HopeTransforming Lives with HopePhoenixJudgesMost outstanding float design and dramatic impactAmerican Armenian Rose Float Association, Inc.Armenian RootsPhoenixLeishman Public SpiritMost outstanding floral presentation from a non-commercial participantUnited Sikh MissionServing KindnessPhoenixMayorMost outstanding float from a participating cityCity of TorranceProtecting Nature...The M...