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Iowa, IA Florists

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Iowa Cities

Iowa State Featured Florists

The Green Thumbers

3030 Brady St
Davenport, IA 52803

The Flower Barn

624 Market Street
Harlan, IA 51537

Hy-Vee Floral Shop

2827 Hamilton Blvd
Sioux City, IA 51104

Zaiser's Florist & Greenhouse, Inc.

2400 Sunnyside Ave
Burlington, IA 52601

Holub Garden And Greenhouses Inc

22085 580Th Avenue
Ames, IA 50010

Iowa Flowers News

May 24, 2018

Flowers, art and fundraising for a good cause at United Action for Youth's Festival of Flowers

UAY’s 13th Annual Festival of Flowers Hilton Garden Inn, Iowa City — Thursday, May 24 at 5:30 p.m. Participants in UAY’s Festival of Flowers and their projects. — photo courtesy of UAY It will be a night of flowers, art and raising money to support young people in need as United Action for Youth (UAY) hosts it 13th annual Festival of Flowers on Thursday night. The Festival of Flowers is a fundraiser that has become a UAY tradition, featuring artists ranging from professionals to young people make their first efforts. All the artists submit flower-based projects to be displayed and auctioned at the event. The theme for this year is “Fashion and Flowers,” and a youth fashion show will take place between the silent auction starting the night and the live auction that ...

May 24, 2018

Three-star safety Thaiger Flowers inspired by late mentor

Flowers and more are expected throughout the spring. "We've had USC, Arizona, San Jose State, Arizona State, Colorado, BYU and Iowa State all come by this spring so far," said Flowers. Flowers is planning on a couple of in-state camps this summer. "I plan on going to a UCLA camp at the beginning of June and a Stanford camp mid-June," said Flowers. "I didn’t make any trips to any schools for spring ball." Nevada was the first offer and there is a connection there for Flowers as Nevada cornerbacks coach Courtney Viney is a Fresno native himself and he too was trained and mentored by Perry. Viney played under Perry at Fresno (Calif.) Edison and with him at DB Guru before Viney entered the college coaching ranks. So naturally, Viney and Flowers have one of the best relationships, with Perry at the center of it and their Fresno connection also a part of it. "I have the best relationships with Coach Viney at Nevada and Coach (Sean) Saturnio at Army," said Flowers. And those schools are among the ones recruiting him the hardest. "I'd say Army, UC Davis and Nevada are recruiting me the hardest," said Flowers. Still, with just one option under his belt, he's a ways off from making a decision, let alone naming a favorite. "Right now, I don’t have a time frame for my decision because I only have one offer and I don’t have a favorite right now because I’m looking for more offers," said Flowers. A three-star on 247Sports, Flowers is ranked as the No. 126 safety nationally in the 2019 class. Thaiger Flowers (Photo: 247Sports) ...

Apr 20, 2018

Cherry blossoms, tulips and lilacs: Flower festival time

Pella, Iowa, has also been hosting a Tulip Time celebration for decades. Pella’s event is May 3-5, and includes parades, Dutch costumes and performances, a craft and vendor fair, quilt and flower shows in addition to the tulip gardens.The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, based in Mount Vernon in the state of Washington, runs through April 30.Cherry blossomsIn Washington, D.C., the peak of the cherry blossoms along the Tidal Basin was in early April, but some trees are still in bloom. The National Cherry Blossom Festival, which ran through last week, marked the 1912 gift of 3,000 cherry trees from a Tokyo mayor to the U.S. capital city.The Brooklyn Botanic Garden in New York City also celebrates the blooming of cherry trees that were a gift from the Japanese government. A two-day festival called Sakura Matsuri is April 28-29 with some 60 events, including performances by taiko drummers. The garden features a Japanese pond and garden as well as an esplanade lined with some of its 200 cherry trees.Flower fests elsewhereIn Rochester, N.Y., the annual Lilac Festival is May 11-20. Organizers say the event draws more than 500,000 people to see not just the largest lilac collection in the U.S., but also music and comedy shows, art exhibits, a race and more. Another lilac festival is held on Mackinac Island in Michigan, June 8-17.Bluebonnet season brings out locals and visitors alike in Texas Hill Country. Typically they bloom the last week of March through April, though as with all flowers, it can be hard to predict.Walt Disney World’s Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival runs through May 28 with display gardens, entertainment and more at the theme park just outside Orlando, Fla. (Honolulu Star-Advertiser)

Apr 6, 2018

Discover the Rare Blooms of Huckleberry Preserve in the East Bay Hills

To examine the white bud pads of the western leatherwood plant, Iowa State professor of horticulture Willim Graves once wrote, is “almost like staring into a starry night sky.”It’s a rare celestial vision, though. The winter-blooming shrub’s entire global range is confined to six counties in the Bay Area, including the Huckleberry Botanic Regional Preserve in the East Bay Hills. Thanks to the preserve’s interpretive trail, the western leatherwood is easier to see growing wild here than maybe anywhere else on the planet, along with a handful of other uniquely Californian plants. This winter, just as the leatherwood began to bloom, I hiked the preserve to find some of its stars.Rare plants are, ironically, not uncommon in California. We’re in one of the world’s botanical biodiversity hot spots, and so man...

Mar 8, 2018

Berries harvested from rare corpse flower

DES MOINES, Iowa (WOI) -- The Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden harvested berries from one of its biggest attractions Thursday. Carrie the corpse flower, which bloomed in July, was pollinated to produce fruit and seeds. The goal is to take the seeds and grow more corpse flowers in Des Moines. "The Botanical Garden is excited to share this next chapter of Carrie's journey," said Botanical garden President and CEO Stephanie Jutlia. The flower opened for less than 24 hours during its July bloom, emitting an odor akin to rotting flesh, attracting thousands of visitors. View the original story on WOI's website. (KCRG)