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Idaho State Featured Florists
1546 Overland AvenueBurley, ID 83318
916 Washington StMontpelier, ID 83254
895 W Broadway St Ste CIdaho Falls, ID 83402
142 Hwy 30Filer, ID 83328
3821 W Overland RdBoise, ID 83705
Idaho Flowers News
Feb 28, 2019
Childhood friends from Edina recycle flowers into bouquets of beauty for seniors - Minneapolis Star Tribune
Hogan read a story about an Idaho gardener who started her own nonprofit to deliver flowers to people in hospice. "It made so much sense and seemed easy to do," she said. Hogan's daughter told her to stop talking about it - and just do it.
Sep 10, 2018
Funeral notices for Saturday, Aug. 18
Turner St., Auburn.
THOMAS - Lavonne Marie, 82, passed away Saturday, Aug. 11. She will be buried beside her husband, Richard, at the family plot in Idaho, and a memorial service will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Village Church or a charity of your choice.
TWITCHELL - Edna J., 89, of Oxford passed away Tuesday, Aug. 14, in South Paris. A memorial graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, at the Fore Street Cemetery in Oxford. Gifts may be given in Edna's memory to the American Diabetes Association, 2451 Crystal Drive, Suite 900, Arlington, VA 22202. Arrangements are in the care of the Chandler Funeral Home, 45 Main St., South Paris.
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Beauty blooms in Idaho's backcountry in the spring and summer
Among plant-lovers, a person’s ability to get orchids to bloom in southern Idaho is often seen as proof of their prowess in the greenhouse. After all, these are exotic, tropical plants that require just the right humidity, air circulation, light and nutrients to thrive — right?Well, not entirely. In fact, there are more native, wild orchid species growing in the Gem State than Hawaii — and you can see them for yourself this spring and summer, if you know what to look for and are willing to do the legwork.Lynn Kinter, lead botanist for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, remembers the exact moment she spied her first orchids in the wild, as a botany student at the University of Idaho.“I was on the Elk Creek Falls trail near Elk River,” Kinter recalled. “It was a bunch of fairy slippers — the little pink calypso... (Idaho Statesman)Sep 22, 2017
Flowers named after famous adventurer grow in Shasta County
Shasta County.(Photo: Steve Laymon)Lewis and Clark first encountered a clarkia (Clarkia pulchella, deerhorn clarkia) in what is now Idaho in May 1806. The genus was later named after William Clark. Clarkias are in the evening primrose family (Onagraceae) and are characterized by attractive pink to red flowers that tend to bloom in late spring and early summer, leading to one of their common names, farewell to spring.California is the center of distribution for the genus. Of the 66 taxa (41 species and 25 subspecies) of clarkia in the world, all except seven are found in California. Of those seven, three, including the deerhorn clarkia, are found in northwestern United States, and one species with four subspecies is found in South America, in Chile.Thirteen taxa of clarkias have been collected in Shasta County. Of these, six are relatively common and have been found at multiple locations in the county. Three others have been found at two or three locations, and four have been found at only one location in the county. The six most common Shasta County clarkias are:The wine cup or four-spot clarkia (Clarkia purpurea ssp. quadrivulnera) is the most common clarkia at lower elevations in Shasta County. (Redding Record Searchlight)