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Business name:
L & D Florist
Address:
498 Level Grove Rd
City:
Cornelia
State:
Georgia
Zip Code:
30531
Phone number:
(706) 778-2245
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Apr 7, 2017

Gardening: Edible dogwoods, pick at peak ripeness

The Cornelian Cherry or Cornus mas has the longest history of cultivation, dating back to the ancient Greeks and Romans. This tree is native to southern Europe and adjacent parts of Asia, with the rod-shaped red fruits (which also come in yellow) having a tart cranberry-sour cherry flavour.These are used to process into sauces, syrups and homemade liqueurs – all of which are very high in vitamin C. This species can be grown as a tree or bush form and has very attractive bright yellow flowers that cover the branches starting in late winter, before the leaves emerge.Large pear-shaped fruits are also available from cultivars such as ELEGANT, which hails out of Ukraine.Bunchberry or Cornus canadensis is an often difficult to grow evergreen groundcover that is found across Canada.While notoriously onerous to establish in cultivated gardens (if you want to try, I suggest 1 gallon pot size to start), they are commonly found growing in abundance in open alpine forests, such as those surrounding Whistler.The white flowers are perfect miniatures of the four-petaled bracts found on many tree forms and are followed by clusters of bright red drupes that are high in pectin, making them useful to adding to runny jellies.This one might be best left as an incidental snack while out hiking, as the berries have a very subtle flavour and large seeds, often being a bit mealy when picked late. This attractive groundcover only grows to about 20cm tall with foliage that shifts to red or a rich burgundy during the colder weather.Last on my list of edible dogwood treats is one that looks as good as it tastes, Cornus kousa, which is native to China, Korea and Japan. These small flowering trees can be found in many of our front yards with 'Satomi' (pink blooms) and var. chinensis (heavy display of pure white flowers) being the most common cultivars. There are even so... (Maple Ridge News)

Mar 16, 2017

Obituaries for Sunday, March 12, 2017

Ursula Langtad) Gray, all of Hanamaulu, daughter Justina (Sam) Bombay of Nevada, grandchildren Geordan Gray, Aaryn Gray and Justin Bombay, sister Cornelia Malana of the Philippines, sister-in-law Gloria Gray, brother-in-law Jose (Virginia) Gray, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.A celebration of her life will be held on April 1 at Immaculate Conception Church, with viewing from 8 to 9:30 a.m. and Mass celebrated at 10 a.m. Burial will follow at Kauai Memorial Gardens.Kauai Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home assisted the Gray family with arrangements.Tsuruo ‘Jackie’ UrataTsuruo “Jackie” Urata passed away at Kauai Veteran’s Memorial Hospital on Feb. 24 at the age of 86. Born in Wahiawa, Kauai, on Aug. 10, 1930, he was an irrigation supervisor at McBryde Sugar Company.He was preceded in death by his parents, Tadashi and Yoshiko Urata.He is survived by his wife Yasuko Urata of Eleele, son Myles Urata of Oahu, daughter Cynthia (Eric) Okino of Oahu, grandchildren Chelsey Okino, Kyle Okino, Chris Urata and Jennifer Urata, sister Sueko Higa of California and numerous uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins.Memorial services will be held on Thursday, March 16, at the Garden Island Mortuary Chapel in Lawai. Visitation will begin at 10 a.m. followed by services at 11 a.m.The family suggests aloha attire and welcomes flowers.Arrangements were handled by Garden Island Mortuary, Ltd.George Bernard GomezGeorge Bernard Gomez, 76, of Kaumakani, passed away Dec. 2 in Los Angeles.He was the son of Bernard and Pearl Gomez.He is survived by sister Bernardine Lee, daughter Leslie Gomez, son Edward Gomez and and six grandchildren.Alfred Kalei Aki Sr.Alfred Kalei Aki Sr. died on Feb. 28, 2017, at his home in Anahola with his family by his side at age 72. He was born on Dec, 4, 1944, in Lihue, Kauai, and retired as a truck driver for Kauai Commercial for 33 years. A&H Tables.He was preceded in death by his father and mother, Miller and Mary Ann Aki, brother Fred Aki Sr., and nephew Fred Aki Jr.He is survived by his loving wife Helen C. Wunschel Aki; sons Alfred (Jaselyn) Aki Sr. of Lihue, Robert Aki of Anahola; daughter Mary Ann (Wayne) Knight of Lawai; sister Marian (Robert) Delapenia; sister-in-law Wanda Aki; brothers William (Hazel) Aki, Richard (Priscilla) Aki, Melvin (Sandra) Aki, and George (Joyce) Aki; brother-in-laws Andrew Wunschel Jr. Timothy (Kathy) Wunschel; sister-in-laws Lola Rodriguez, Sandra and Sammie Wunschel;... (Thegardenisland.com)

Apr 22, 2016

Services Set for Superintendent Killed in Accident

Ryan, Shaun and Kyle Mayer; his mother, Cathie Barrow and his father, Jim Mayer along with his wife, Judy; his mother-in-law and father-in-law, Cornelia and Walter Van Beers; his sister, Lori Mayer; his brother, Jeff Mayer and his wife, Laura; his brother in-law, John Van Beers and his wife, Tamao and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Memorial services will be held on Friday, April 22, 2016, 2 p.m. at Princeton Alliance Church, 20 Schalks Crossing Road, Plainsboro, NJ. Live streaming of the service will be hosted at Robbinsville High School. Additional sites will be announced on www.princetonalliance.org. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations be made to The Steven J. Mayer Memorial Fund at princetonalliance.org/stevemayer. Arrangements are under the direction of the Saul Colonial Home, 3795 Nottingham Way, Hamilton Square, NJ. (Patch.com)

Feb 3, 2016

Bridal Expo offers inspiration, options

Several caterers offered samples of food, including 2 Dog Cafe and Longstreet Cafe from Gainesville and Natalie Jane’s Restaurant from Cornelia. Music, including string quartets, DJs and bands, was available for perusal, and several photographers and florists were set up, as well. Brides were given bags from Gainesville Parks and Recreation, which they filled with pamphlets, business cards and fliers. Bride-to-be Alexis Chadwick said she has started planning her summer wedding in Dahlonega, but there were still some items she was hoping to find at the expo. “I’m getting married June 3,” she said. “The Juliette Chapel is where I’m getting married, but I’m here looking for cakes and flowers and such.” Guests were also treated to bridal fashion shows featuring two Georgian fashion designers: Atlanta-based House of Van Miller fashion brand by Vanessa Henderson and Rita Workman of Hana Couture of Buford. Bride-to-be Tiffany Anderson said she was excited to also see travel agents offering honeymoon packages. “I’ve done a lot of planning already, but it really seems like you could plan a whole wedding right here,” she said. The Times was the major media sponsor for this year’s Bridal Expo and debuted its new Brides & Grooms magazine at the event. The magazine shares a variety of features about getting married in North Georgia and was available for free at the expo and at The Times office. Other major sponsors included Carrie Jean Photography, Oakwood Occasions and Greg Hall Weddings and Events. “I just love this,” said Dee Reising, a wedding consultant with Occasions Florist in Gainesville. “It’s so much fun to see all the little details that make a wedding come together.” ... (Gainesville Times)

Feb 3, 2016

Martha Cornelia Umphlett, 77, turned a cartwheel on her 50th birthday 'to prove that she still could'

PortCityDaily.com is your source for free news and information in the Wilmington area. Martha Cornelia Custis Umphlett, 77, of Wilmington, died Thursday, Jan. 28, 201 at Lower Cape Fear Hospice. Martha was born Aug. 8, 1938 in Suffolk, Virginia, daughter of the late Earl Roland Custis and Cornelia Parker Custis. She graduated from St. Mary’s College in Raleigh and the UNC-Chapel Hill, where she received a bachelor of arts and master’s of education and had been an avid athlete. She taught physical education in Atlanta, Georgia and Charlotte in the 1960s and 1970s. Though trained as an educator, she also worked in real estate, directed corporate health programs and assisted at a local lamp and frame shop. She was a member of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Wilmington and previously of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Wilmington, where, at both churches, she served as a member of the vestry and choir. She had been active in Cursillo in the Diocese of East Carolina, having served as its rector. She was the president of the Wilmington Boys Choir from 1989 to 1992. She was a devoted v... (Port City Daily)

Feb 3, 2016

'The Consummate Southern Lawyer': Huntsville's legal community remembers Buck Watson

Herman Austin “Buck” Watson, Jr., 82, of Huntsville, Alabama, passed away on January 26, 2016. Buck, the son of Herman Austin Watson, Sr., and Cornelia Welch Watson, passed away surrounded by loving family at his home after an extended struggle with cancer. He is survived by his wife, Janet Mangham Watson, children, Cornelia Welch Watson (a writer married to Carey Roberts), LeeAnna Yarbrough Keith (an author and teacher married to Brian Plane), James Hundley Watson (a teacher married to Jane Watson), Rebekah Keith McKinney (his law partner at Watson McKinney, LLC), Elmer Jacobs Watson (also a lawyer; married to MaryTally Watson), and Jack Watson (a firefighter married to Sheila Watson). He was blessed with many grandchildren: Annabelle, Jack, Jake, Marshall, Sam, Emma, Janet, Daniel, John-John, Griffin, Anne-Louise, Rosalie, Austin, Dylan, and Chloe. Though he had many dear friends, he made a special place in the family for Sam Keith, and he cherished his longtime office collaborators, Marcia Perkins and Theresa Willits. Buck attended Vanderbilt University between 1951 and 1955, and played SEC football in addition to his studies. As the team’s left tackle, he played both offense and defense, earning the nickname “60-Minute Man.” In fact, for many years, he held the SEC record for the highest average number of minutes per game – 55. He was an eighth-round draft pick for the Philadelphia Eagles, but chose instead to play for the Calgary Stampeders in the Canadian Football League, where he was sidelined with a career-ending knee injury. He maintained a lifelong interest in sports, serving on the Board of Directors of the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, and acting as the biggest fan and unofficial coach to his children and grandchildren. He was inducted into both the Madison County Sports Hall of Fame and the DeKalb County Sports Hall of Fame. After graduation from Vanderbilt, Buck became a history teacher and a coach at Lafayette High School in Chambers County, Alabama, coaching the Lafayette High School football team to its first victory season in many years. In 1961, Buck graduated from the University of Alabama School of Law, where he was a Member of the Law Review and a member of the Bench and Bar Legal Honor Society. After graduation, Buck returned to Lafayette, where he opened his first law practice, and also served as the County Solicitor. Relocating to Huntsville, Buck represented clients in both state and federal courts throughout the country in both civil and criminal cases, and developed a national reputation as tireless advocate for justice and the oppressed. Buck obtained justice for a multitude of people who were injured through toxic exposures, discriminatory pricing, fraudulent trade practices, or the negligence of others. Buck was a Fellow of both the International Academy of Trial Lawyers and the Alabama Law Foundation, a member of the Alabama Association for Justice and the American Association for Justice, and past-President of the Huntsville-Madison County Bar Association. He served on a multitude of Boards, including his tenure as the Chairman of the Board of the St. Andrews School in Sewanee, Tennessee, and his service on the Access to Justice Commission, the Alabama chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, and the Alabama Civil Justice Foundation. He also served as a Sunday school teacher, lay leader and Chairman of the Administrative Board of Epworth United Methodist Church. Buck excelled at recognizing the importance and inborn strength in every individual, and in encouraging his family, co-workers and friends to do their best. “Whatever we do is a small piece of society,” he once wrote. “It either strengthens it or weakens it – it never leaves it unaffected.” In keeping with this idea, he prized his children’s accomplishments as teachers, writers, lawyers, and public servants and made his ... (whnt.com)

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