Florists in Acworth, GA
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Acworth Flower Shops
4616 S Main St
Acworth, GA 30101
4829 S Main St
Acworth, GA 30101
5279 Bells Ferry Rd
Acworth, GA 30102
2538 Cedar Crest Rd Ste 113
Acworth, GA 30101
4887 N Main St
Acworth, GA 30101
Acworth GA News
Jun 29, 2017
Kudzu is flowering now
Q: I have no choice but to transplant some mature azaleas this month. I would really like to cut them back. Can you advise?Celine Thomas, AcworthA: I remember moving six hydrangeas and ten azaleas on July 4 many years ago. It was hotter than blue blazes that day but they all survived! I think the key for you is to have soft organic soil ready to accept them in the new garden. After planting, really soak the soil around them and then put mulch around each plant. Don’t fertilize them until next spring but you can prune them back by a foot or so if that seems necessary. A more severe pruning will increase their need for water and will stress them unnecessarily.Q: The last storm knocked over some of my corn. Should I stand them back up and hill some dirt around each one?Mike Childers, emailA: In my experience, sweet corn stalks never seem strong enough to withstand a summer thunderstorm unless the corn is growing in a big patch where the stems can lean against each other. I think home gardeners should put a post at the ends of individual rows and run two lengths of twine down the row. The twine should be about three feet from the ground. As the corn grows, guide the stalks between the two strings so the stems are supported during strong gusts.
Listen to Walter Reeves Saturday mornings on News 95.5 FM and AM750 WSB. Visit his website, www.walterreeves.com, follow him on Twitter @walterreeves, on Pinterest, or join his Facebook Fan Page at bit.ly/georgiagardener for more garden tips.
(MyAJC)Oct 27, 2016
Pike Nurseries to host Pumpkin Planters Make & Take Class today
The Cobb County locations for Pike Nurseries are 3602 Cobb Parkway in Acworth; 1875 Roswell Road in Marietta; 3431 Barrett Parkway Northwest in west Cobb; and 2900 Johnson Ferry Road in east Cobb.
(MDJOnline.com)Aug 15, 2016
Verarose Kaye, Milton, WI
Hope Lutheran Church in Milton and belonged to several church groups.
Verarose is survived by her children: Kathleen (Craig) Maddox of Acworth, GA, George (Kathy) Kaye of Carlsbad, CA, and Janice (Mike) Peterson of Janesville, WI; grandchildren: Eric, Kathryn, Matt, Neil, Kevin and Michelle and great-grandson Connor George. She and her beloved husband, George (who she called Bunny), were married for 46 years before his passing in 1993. Verarose was also predeceased by her parents, Otto and Bessie Mirosovsky; sister, Lynn Woodward; niece, Carol Burke; and nephew, Tom Botthof.
All who knew Verarose are invited to celebrate her life on Monday, August 15 from 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. at Rotary Botanical Gardens, 1455 Palmer Drive, Janesville, WI. At 4 p.m., we will share readings and personal stories. The family respectfully asks that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made to the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin at www.petsgohome.org or Rotary Botanical Gardens at www.rotarybotanicalgardens.org.
Verarose and George were beautiful ballroom dancers. Before leaving this world, Verarose asked that we know that she and her Bunny are now dancing among the stars.
... (Janesville Gazette)Feb 3, 2016
Tammy Seitz, 47, Volunteered For Parents of Missing, Murdered Children
March 11, 1968, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, daughter of Doyle Sanford and Barbara Doughty Sanford.Tammy graduated from North Cobb High School in Acworth in 1986 and had a variety of jobs right after high school. In later years, she attended ITT Technical Institute where she studied Criminal Justice and was always making the Dean’s List. She graduated with honors in 2010. She had a private investigator license in both Georgia and Alabama. Her passion was not making money with investigations, but doing volunteer work for parents of missing and murdered children. She worked for years trying to help her dear friend, Sherry, find her son. Tammy was a kind and loving person who loved all people and never discriminated. She hated gossip and never wanted to hear anyone say an unkind word about another person. She was a very creative type person, who loved making floral arrangements and water falls and painting pictures of flowers. She would often give away to family and friends things she had made. Whatever Tammy had, she was willing to share with family and friends and anyone she thought might need it. Her most favorite thing to do was spend time when she could with her children. She loved to cuddle up on the couch with them and watch movies or go do fun things with them.Tammy had a near death experience ... (Patch.com)Feb 3, 2016
Hardin, Nina Ruth Henderson (Dalton)
Ruby Greeson, Johnnie Ray and Lois Daugherty.
She is survived by her daughter, Glenda Ruth Hardin Pippin and son-in-law Robert Allen Pippin, Sr. of Acworth, GA; grandson, Robert Allen Pippin, Jr. (Susan Gayle Rizenbergs Pippin) of Cary, NC; great-granddaughters, Dana Michelle Pippin, Kathleen Nicole Pippin of Cary, NC; grandson Charles Glenn Pippin (Jodi Christian John Pippin) of Asheville, NC; great-grandchildren, Sophie John Pippin, Veda Marie Pippin and Oliver Glenn Pippin of Asheville, NC; son, Charles Randall Hardin and daughter-in-law Vicki Gay Hardin of Fayetteville, GA; granddaughter, Jessica Marie Hardin Kilgallen (Matt Kilgallen) of Senoia, GA; great-granddaughters, Reese Marie Kilgallen, Ally Andrews Kilgallen; of Senoia, GA; grandson, Cody Glenn Hardin (Kamie Ham Hardin) of Senoia, GA; great-granddaughter, Hadley Kate Hardin; great-grandson, Hayes Glenn Hardin; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be Friday, Jan. 22 at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Love Funeral Home with the Rev. Mike Stephens officiating. Burial will be in West Hill Cemetery.
The family will receive friends at Love Funeral Home on Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Flowers will be accepted or memorials may be made to the Humane Society of Northwest Georgia, P.O. Box 3946, Dalton Ga. 30719 or to one’s favorite charity.
Words of comfort may be sent to the family at www.lovefuneralhomega.com. Love Funeral Home, 1402 N. Thornton Ave, Dalton (across from Hamilton Medical Center) is in charge of arran... (The Chattanoogan)Jan 8, 2016
2016 NHSI Teams Announced, Rutherford Among Top Prospects
Rutherford (3), Garrett (12), Carter Kieboom (17), Zach Hess (24), Daniel Bakst (26), Josh Stephen (81), Greg Veliz (90).
Allatoona High, Acworth, Ga.
Coached by Keith Hansen, the Buccanneers return a solid core of talent from last year’s squad, which made it to the Georgia 5A state semifinals. Rising junior Kyle Jacobsen is among the top prospects in the 2017 draft class, a center fielder with speed and feel for the barrel. Jacobsen, a South Carolina commit, is one of six Division I recruits on the team.
Bingham High, South Jordan, Utah
Bingham isn’t filled with stars, but head coach Joe Sato has a reputation as one of the nation’s top high school coaches, and his squad consistently competes at a high level. After a 2015 season in which the Miners were one win away from the Utah 5A state title, they enter 2016 with optimism. Lefthander Sean Keating will give Bingham a chance to compete against anyone, armed with command of a mid-to-upper 80s fastball and a tight 1-to-7 breaking ball.
Chaminade College Prep, Canoga, Calif.
Chaminade might have the most difficult schedule of any team in the nation; after traveling to North Carolina for NHSI, the Eagles will play in the Boras Classic the following week. Even with its challenging schedule, Chaminade has the talent to compete with any team in the country. UCLA commit Blake Rutherford brings a plus hit tool and plus raw power to the table, and catcher Nick Kahle, a Washington commit, can control the game from behind the p... (Baseball America)