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Florists in Pelham, GA

Find local Pelham, Georgia florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Pelham 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.

Pelham Flower Shops

Cottage Flower & Gift Shop

113 Mathewson Avenue Southwest
Pelham, GA 31779
(229) 294-4731

Layton's Florist & Greenhouse

4547 Mt Olive Rd
Pelham, GA 31779
(229) 294-0569

Pelham Flower & Gift Shop

158 Hand Ave W
Pelham, GA 31779
(229) 294-2421

Pelham GA News

Aug 22, 2019

Air quality a concern after fire engulfs St. Catharines flower farm - CBC News

Ontario's Office of the Marshal was on scene Saturday to investigate. Firefighters from St. Catharines, Thorold, Pelham, Lincoln and Niagara-on-the-Lake were involved in efforts to bring the blaze under control. Early Saturday, firefighters from Fort Erie relieved crews that worked through the night. As for residents sheltering in place, McCormick could not say how many are affected. A fire at a flower farm in St. Catharines, Ont., is now contained. (Angelina King/CBC) Residents told to stay put until further notice Stephanie Sabourin, spokesperson for the Niagara police, said the shelter-in-place warning applies to a "large area" south of Queen Elizabeth Way, near Seventh Street South. The wind shifted early Saturday and Sabourin said the shelter-in-place order was adjusted accordingly. "We are asking residents to stay inside, close their windows, close their doors, turn off their air conditioning and just stay put and to wait for further instruction," said Sabourin, who ??? could not say when the shelter-in-place would be lifted. "There is some concern with the smoke. It's a pretty dynamic situation. We do have resources on the scene examining and monitoring the scene." Deputy Fire Chief Dave Upper tweeted this photo, saying crews were still working on hot spots Saturday afternoon. (Dave Upper/Twitter) Cause of fire still unknown Van Geest ?????said he knows how de...

Jun 2, 2017

Memorial Day 2017: Portland-area events honor service, sacrifice

Statewide Memorial Day Celebration, Salem: 2 to 3 p.m., Afghan-Iraqi Freedom Memorial, 700 Summer Street N.E. Event includes keynote speaker Wendell Pelham, father of Spc. John Pelham, a graduate of Beaverton's Sunset High School who was killed in 2014 in Afghanistan. Organized by Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs.Willamette National Cemetery, Portland: 10 to 11 a.m., 11800 S.E. Mt. Scott Blvd., Portland. Live music, flyover, keynote speaker. Organized by U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.Korean War Veterans Memorial, Willamette National Cemetery, Portland: 11 a.m. to noon, 11800 S.E. Mt. Scott Blvd. Organized by The Chosin Few, Oregon Chapter.Vietnam Memorial, Washington Park: 8 to 11 a.m., 4001 S.W. Canyon Road, Portland. Organized by Vietnam Veterans of Oregon Memorial Fund.Veterans Memorial Park, Beaverton: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Southwest Seventh Street and Southwest Watson Avenue. Flyovers, band, speakers, POW/MIA ceremony, rifle and cannon volleys. Organized by American Legion Beaverton Post 124.Zion Memorial Cemetery, Canby: 11 a.m. to noon May 29, 2010 S. Township Road. Ceremony featuring Oregon Sen. Alan Olsen. Organized by American Legion Post 122.Heroes Memorial, Gresham: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. May 29, West Powell Boulevard (U.S. 26) and Southeast Roberts Avenue. Service for fallen service members. Organized by V... (OregonLive.com)

Jun 2, 2017

Memorial Day 2017: Portland-area events honor service, sacrifice

Statewide Memorial Day Celebration, Salem: 2 to 3 p.m., Afghan-Iraqi Freedom Memorial, 700 Summer Street N.E. Event includes keynote speaker Wendell Pelham, father of Spc. John Pelham, a graduate of Beaverton's Sunset High School who was killed in 2014 in Afghanistan. Organized by Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs.Willamette National Cemetery, Portland: 10 to 11 a.m., 11800 S.E. Mt. Scott Blvd., Portland. Live music, flyover, keynote speaker. Organized by U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.Korean War Veterans Memorial, Willamette National Cemetery, Portland: 11 a.m. to noon, 11800 S.E. Mt. Scott Blvd. Organized by The Chosin Few, Oregon Chapter.Vietnam Memorial, Washington Park: 8 to 11 a.m., 4001 S.W. Canyon Road, Portland. Organized by Vietnam Veterans of Oregon Memorial Fund.Veterans Memorial Park, Beaverton: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Southwest Seventh Street and Southwest Watson Avenue. Flyovers, band, speakers, POW/MIA ceremony, rifle and cannon volleys. Organized by American Legion Beaverton Post 124.Zion Memorial Cemetery, Canby: 11 a.m. to noon May 29, 2010 S. Township Road. Ceremony featuring Oregon Sen. Alan Olsen. Organized by American Legion Post 122.Heroes Memorial, Gresham: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. May 29, West Powell Boulevard (U.S. 26) and Southeast Roberts Avenue. Service for fallen service members. Organized by V... (OregonLive.com)

May 25, 2017

See Pippa Middleton's Incredible Wedding Flowers

After exchanging her “I Dos,” the 33-year-old bride also proudly showed off her antique Asscher cut engagement ring from English jeweler Robinson Pelham, along with a new addition — her wedding band.While Princess Kate‘s younger sister has a show-stopping engagement ring, it seems she went for an understated gold band that works perfectly with her dramatic diamond ring.Guests leaving the church after the wedding told reporters that the ceremony was lovely.“It was amazing,” one guest told PEOPLE. “They were so cute. I cried. My makeup was running.” They added that George and Charlotte were “very” well-behaved.RELATED: Every Stunning Photo from Pippa and James’ WeddingWATCH: Pippa Middleton and James Matthews Tie the Knot — and It’s a Royal AffairWedding guests included Princess Eugenie, Prince William and Prince Harry — who later brought his girlfriend Meghan Markle to the post-church evening reception at the Middleton family’s home later in the evening.Matthews, 41, proposed to Midleton in July 2016 in the picturesque Lake District of northwest England.Matthews manages a hedge fund and is chief executive of Eden Rock Capital Management Group, which he established more than 10 years ago. (PEOPLE.com)

May 25, 2017

See Pippa Middleton's Incredible Wedding Flowers

After exchanging her “I Dos,” the 33-year-old bride also proudly showed off her antique Asscher cut engagement ring from English jeweler Robinson Pelham, along with a new addition — her wedding band.While Princess Kate‘s younger sister has a show-stopping engagement ring, it seems she went for an understated gold band that works perfectly with her dramatic diamond ring.Guests leaving the church after the wedding told reporters that the ceremony was lovely.“It was amazing,” one guest told PEOPLE. “They were so cute. I cried. My makeup was running.” They added that George and Charlotte were “very” well-behaved.RELATED: Every Stunning Photo from Pippa and James’ WeddingWATCH: Pippa Middleton and James Matthews Tie the Knot — and It’s a Royal AffairWedding guests included Princess Eugenie, Prince William and Prince Harry — who later brought his girlfriend Meghan Markle to the post-church evening reception at the Middleton family’s home later in the evening.Matthews, 41, proposed to Midleton in July 2016 in the picturesque Lake District of northwest England.Matthews manages a hedge fund and is chief executive of Eden Rock Capital Management Group, which he established more than 10 years ago. (PEOPLE.com)

Nov 24, 2016

Jimmy Flowers puttters a nod to history at Port Neches brewery

Blount said he found the putters for sale while searching for historic photos of Port Neches. Photo taken Friday 11/18/16 Ryan Pelham/The Enterprise less Tyler Blount, co-owner of the Neches Brewing Company, has a small collection of Jimmy Flowers putters that he purchased online. Blount said he found the putters for sale while searching for historic photos of ... more Photo: Ryan Pelham Image 4 of 12 Pictured is the senior Jimmy Flowers, who started the family golf club business from a work space at their Port Neches home. His son, Jimmy Flowers, still has several of the putters which he and his family made. Flowers, who later went on to work as an architect, and his family sold the clubs to local golfers and well-known figures, including Babe Zaharius and Dwight Eisenhower. Photo taken Thursday, November 17, 2016 Kim Brent/The Enterprise less Pictured is the senior Jimmy Flowers, who started the family golf club business from a work space at their Port Neches home. His son, Jimmy Flowers, still has several of the putters which he and his family ... more Photo: Kim Brent Image 5 of 12 Tyler Blount, co-owner of the Neches Brewing Company, has a small collection of Jimmy Flowers putters that he purchased online. Blount said he found the putters for sale while searching for historic photos of Port Neches. Photo taken Friday 11/18/16 Ryan Pelham/The Enterprise less Tyler Blount, co-owner of the Neches Brewing Company, has a small collection of Jimmy Flowers putters that he purchased online. Blount said he found the putters for sale while searching for historic photos of ... more Photo: Ryan Pelham Image 6 of 12 Jimmy Flowers still has several of the putters which he and his family made from their home-based golf club business in Port Neches. Flowers, who went on to work as an architect, and his family sold the clubs to local golfers and well-known figures, including Babe Zaharius and Dwight Eisenhower. Photo taken Thursday, November 17, 2016 Kim Brent/The Enterprise less Jimmy Flowers still has several of the putters which he and his family made from their home-based golf club business in Port Neches. Flowers, who went on to work as an architect, and his family sold the clubs ... more Photo: Kim Brent Image 7 of 12 Jimmy Flowers still has several of the putters which he and his family made from their home-based golf club business in Port Neches. Flowers, who went on to work as an architect, and his family sold the clubs to local golfers and well-known figures, including Babe Zaharius and Dwight Eisenhower. Photo ta... (Beaumont Enterprise)

Nov 24, 2016

Jimmy Flowers puttters a nod to history at Port Neches brewery

Blount said he found the putters for sale while searching for historic photos of Port Neches. Photo taken Friday 11/18/16 Ryan Pelham/The Enterprise less Tyler Blount, co-owner of the Neches Brewing Company, has a small collection of Jimmy Flowers putters that he purchased online. Blount said he found the putters for sale while searching for historic photos of ... more Photo: Ryan Pelham Image 4 of 12 Pictured is the senior Jimmy Flowers, who started the family golf club business from a work space at their Port Neches home. His son, Jimmy Flowers, still has several of the putters which he and his family made. Flowers, who later went on to work as an architect, and his family sold the clubs to local golfers and well-known figures, including Babe Zaharius and Dwight Eisenhower. Photo taken Thursday, November 17, 2016 Kim Brent/The Enterprise less Pictured is the senior Jimmy Flowers, who started the family golf club business from a work space at their Port Neches home. His son, Jimmy Flowers, still has several of the putters which he and his family ... more Photo: Kim Brent Image 5 of 12 Tyler Blount, co-owner of the Neches Brewing Company, has a small collection of Jimmy Flowers putters that he purchased online. Blount said he found the putters for sale while searching for historic photos of Port Neches. Photo taken Friday 11/18/16 Ryan Pelham/The Enterprise less Tyler Blount, co-owner of the Neches Brewing Company, has a small collection of Jimmy Flowers putters that he purchased online. Blount said he found the putters for sale while searching for historic photos of ... more Photo: Ryan Pelham Image 6 of 12 Jimmy Flowers still has several of the putters which he and his family made from their home-based golf club business in Port Neches. Flowers, who went on to work as an architect, and his family sold the clubs to local golfers and well-known figures, including Babe Zaharius and Dwight Eisenhower. Photo taken Thursday, November 17, 2016 Kim Brent/The Enterprise less Jimmy Flowers still has several of the putters which he and his family made from their home-based golf club business in Port Neches. Flowers, who went on to work as an architect, and his family sold the clubs ... more Photo: Kim Brent Image 7 of 12 Jimmy Flowers still has several of the putters which he and his family made from their home-based golf club business in Port Neches. Flowers, who went on to work as an architect, and his family sold the clubs to local golfers and well-known figures, including Babe Zaharius and Dwight Eisenhower. Photo ta... (Beaumont Enterprise)

Jul 5, 2016

Weekend Wine: Bonanza!

It is generously flavoured with just a kiss of oak. The Globe & Mail’s Beppi Crosariol believes that the Henry of Pelham Speck Family Reserve Chardonnay 2013, $29.95, is better than many California Chardonnays costing twice as much.  It is, he says, full-bodied, elegant, luscious and beautifully balanced. California’s La Crema Chardonnay 2014, $26.95, has 5 stars from Writer Rod Phillips, who really likes its “food-fitness” along with its purity, integration and harmony. Sauvignon Blanc is decently represented with one from Chile, one from France, and another from New Zealand which stand out. The Casa Del Bosque Reserva 2015, $14.95, delivers the expected kiwi and grapefruit flavours, but with more body and ripeness that we often expect from New Zealand examples. A little bit of barrel fermentation adds to the texture. Domaine De La Chaise Touraine Sauvignon 2014, $14.95 gives us a classic French turn on the varietal. A gold medal winner from the Loire, this has the heady aromas for which the grape is noted along with ripe grapefruit and herbal notes. Mount Riley Limited Release Sauvignon Blanc 2015, $18.95, ups the intensity and breadth of tropical and herbal flavours according to Bob Campbell MW who gave it a 95. Other whites on the release worth noting include Gérard Bertrand Réserve Spéciale Viognier 2014, $14.95.  This has generally very good reviews for its aromas and its creamy peach and citrus flavours.  There are nutty notes on the finish which some may find reminiscent of almond. Kabang Gewürztraminer 2013, $17.95, hails from Stratus Vineyards in Niagara-on-the-Lake, and it has some bottle age going for it.  Stratus is dedicated to producing wines of high quality, and “Kabang” is one of their second labels, along with “Wild Ass”. Gewürztraminer has a significant nose often suggesting rose or lychee, and the flavours come through with good depth. Now to the Reds. Pinot Noir The Loire gives us Hubert Brochard Les Carisannes Pinot Noir 2014, $17.95 which will be on the lighter side with ripe cherry and earth notes, according to the Vintages Panel.  Still, it has short term cellaring potential, but could be enjoyed this summer with chicken or salmon. Oak Bay Pinot Noir 2012, $19.95 hails from the Okanagan valley, and winealign.com identifies ripe cherry, raspberry and spicy oak, calling it “well made, honest and eminently drinkable. (90)/p...

Jul 5, 2016

Weekend Wine: Bonanza!

It is generously flavoured with just a kiss of oak. The Globe & Mail’s Beppi Crosariol believes that the Henry of Pelham Speck Family Reserve Chardonnay 2013, $29.95, is better than many California Chardonnays costing twice as much.  It is, he says, full-bodied, elegant, luscious and beautifully balanced. California’s La Crema Chardonnay 2014, $26.95, has 5 stars from Writer Rod Phillips, who really likes its “food-fitness” along with its purity, integration and harmony. Sauvignon Blanc is decently represented with one from Chile, one from France, and another from New Zealand which stand out. The Casa Del Bosque Reserva 2015, $14.95, delivers the expected kiwi and grapefruit flavours, but with more body and ripeness that we often expect from New Zealand examples. A little bit of barrel fermentation adds to the texture. Domaine De La Chaise Touraine Sauvignon 2014, $14.95 gives us a classic French turn on the varietal. A gold medal winner from the Loire, this has the heady aromas for which the grape is noted along with ripe grapefruit and herbal notes. Mount Riley Limited Release Sauvignon Blanc 2015, $18.95, ups the intensity and breadth of tropical and herbal flavours according to Bob Campbell MW who gave it a 95. Other whites on the release worth noting include Gérard Bertrand Réserve Spéciale Viognier 2014, $14.95.  This has generally very good reviews for its aromas and its creamy peach and citrus flavours.  There are nutty notes on the finish which some may find reminiscent of almond. Kabang Gewürztraminer 2013, $17.95, hails from Stratus Vineyards in Niagara-on-the-Lake, and it has some bottle age going for it.  Stratus is dedicated to producing wines of high quality, and “Kabang” is one of their second labels, along with “Wild Ass”. Gewürztraminer has a significant nose often suggesting rose or lychee, and the flavours come through with good depth. Now to the Reds. Pinot Noir The Loire gives us Hubert Brochard Les Carisannes Pinot Noir 2014, $17.95 which will be on the lighter side with ripe cherry and earth notes, according to the Vintages Panel.  Still, it has short term cellaring potential, but could be enjoyed this summer with chicken or salmon. Oak Bay Pinot Noir 2012, $19.95 hails from the Okanagan valley, and winealign.com identifies ripe cherry, raspberry and spicy oak, calling it “well made, honest and eminently drinkable. (90)/p...

Apr 1, 2016

Folkie, rockers top Tulip Festival bill

The Last Conspirators Price Chopper Kidzone stage Noon: Artpartners/Tsehaya & Co. 12:15 p.m.: Park Playhouse 12:45, 2:15 p.m.: Ruth Pelham of the Music Mobile 1:30, 3 , 4:30 p.m.: Melvin the Magnificent 3:45, 5:15 p.m.: The Zucchini Brothers TULIP WEEK EVENTS FRIDAY, MAY 6 Tulip tours: 10 a.m., 1 and 5:30 p.m., Washington Park tulip beds. Learn more about the vast variety of flowers planted for Tulip Fest with city gardener Jessica Morgan. Free. Spaces are limited and reservations are required; call 434-2032 to reserve your place. (Weather permitting). Carillon concert: 11:30 a.m.-noon, outside Albany City Hall. Amy Heebner performs a special Tulip Festival musical program on Albany City Hall's historic 1927 carillon. Street scrubbing: Noon, State & Lodge streets. The traditional Dutch ceremony of scrubbing the streets clean before a big celebration. This event will include Mayor Sheehan's Tulip... (Albany Times Union)