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Flowers

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Roses

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Illinois, IL Florists

Find florist in Illinois state that deliver flowers for any occasion including Birthdays, Anniversaries, Funerals as well as Valentines Day and Mother's Day. Select a Illinois city below to find local flower shops contact information, address and more.

Illinois Cities

Illinois State Featured Florists

Something Special Flowers

720 Main St
Warsaw, IL 62379

Owen Florist, Nursery & Greenhouse

1700 Morrissey Dr
Bloomington, IL 61704

Veronica's Flowers

9927 S Ridgeland Ave
Oak Lawn, IL 60453

Petals & Porch Posts

119 E Bodman St
Bement, IL 61813

Dominick's Finer Foods Inc

5340 Northwest Highway
Crystal Lake, IL 60014

Illinois Flowers News

May 24, 2018

Spring Flowers and Trees Along the Marathon Route

Weather forecasted for the Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon is beautiful.  Something else that's beautiful enjoying plants along the race route.Here with the dirt on plants you may see along the way U of i Extension's Ryan Pankau.This year, spring has been slow coming.  For that reason, participants and spectators at the IL Marathon will have an opportunity to see a slightly different array of flowering trees and shrubs.  I have ran in marathons throughout the U-S and love observing plants while running the race.  I’ve always made it a priority to participate in the Illinois Marathon every year since it is an opportune time to view spring flowering plants while running a relatively flat course throughout beautiful Champaign-Urbana.With spring a lit...

Apr 20, 2018

Give your flower planters a pro look

We want a planter to be beautiful immediately," said Richard Hentschel, a horticulture educator with the University of Illinois Extension in St. Charles, Ill.If you space plants with room to fill in, he said, the arrangement "just looks weak. It doesn't look like the store-bought version."Or you could be patient, planting with expansion space. Decorative rocks or attractive mulch can cover temporarily exposed dirt patches.You might mimic the gardening industry's planting strategy of using "thrillers, fillers and spillers," Hentschel says. Use a tall plant, often a grass or other spikey shape, in the middle as a thriller. Softer, mid-height fillers surround it, and a trailing plant or vine spills out for drama.For any strategy, pinch off or trim unsightly, dead flowers — called deadheading. The practice encourages further blooming. (The Topeka Capital-Journal)

Apr 6, 2018

Get the professional look for your flower planters

We want a planter to be beautiful immediately,” says Richard Hentschel, a horticulture educator with the University of Illinois Extension in St. Charles. If you space plants with room to fill in, the arrangement “just looks weak. It doesn’t look like the store-bought version.”Or you could be patient, planting with expansion space. Decorative rocks or attractive mulch can cover temporarily exposed dirt patches.You might mimic the gardening industry’s planting strategy of using “thrillers, fillers and spillers,” Hentschel says. Use a tall plant, often a grass or other spikey shape, in the middle as a thriller. Softer, mid-height fillers surround it, and a trailing plant or vine spills out for drama.For any strategy, pinch off or trim unsightly, dead flowers (“deadheading”). That encourages further blooming.

Mar 8, 2018

40 years of flowers for the Peoria area

Champaign before coming back to his roots to buy the shop.“I grew up right in the neighborhood of the store here. I went to [University of Illinois], and my goal was to get a master’s in architecture, but I ended up stopping at the end of having my bachelor’s and decided that this was the career I wanted,” Callahan said.Since buying the business in 1978, Callahan said he’s seen a myriad of changes occur in Peoria and the shop itself.“It has been a revolution in every way, shape and form,” Callahan said. “[When we opened], we had very few gift items; the silk flowers we had in and artificial things were just light years more primitive and lower end than what we do now. [Now], we have our flowers come weekly from overseas … To get daffodils and tulips and hyacinths and lilies from Holland every week, that was unfathomable back in that day. [The store is] also wildly different. What we do is primarily service now and high-end design work … [where we’re] working with the people about their themes and logistics and creative ideas. It’s the world of pinterest.”According to Callahan, he takes pride in his products’ ability to enhance big life moments.“Nowadays, whenever you invite a girl out to a prom or homecoming, or whatever, there’s some kind of specialness about it, the venue or how you announce it,” Callahan said. “Well, every one of our flowers, we like to think, is one of those portals to a relationship or some [special] experience.”Throughout his time servicing the community, Callahan said he’s had the opportunity to display his products for huge events like the Patti Labelle concert a few years ago and every Peoria Symphony Orchestra performance as well.“They contacted us from the Civic Center for flowers for Patti Labelle’s concert, and we thought ... (The Scout)

Feb 8, 2018

Dried Flower May Be Linked to President Lincoln

SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS—The Illinois News Network reports that a dried rose discovered in a box of artifacts at the Will County Historical Society may have adorned the funeral bier of Abraham Lincoln in Washington, D.C., in April 1865. Sandy Vasko, director of the historical society, said she thinks the flower had been given to General Isham Haynie of Illinois, who was a friend of Lincoln’s and may have been by his bedside when he died of a gunshot wound. General Haynie is thought to have given the rose to Mrs. James G. Elwood, whose husband was mayor of Joliet, Illinois. Elwood’s possessions were given to the historical society and stored away after it moved to its current building in 1971. The delicate dried flower will be put on limited display. Vasko...