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Florists in Anna, IL

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

Anna Flower Shops

Enchanted Garden

106 E Davie St
Anna, IL 62906
(618) 833-7673

Jan's House Of Flowers Jan's House Of Flowers

215 West Vienna Street
Anna, IL 62906
(618) 833-7621

Anna IL News

May 24, 2018

The best spots to see flowers bloom in metro Detroit

From quaint formal gardens to fields of color, you don’t have to look far (or spend a fortune) to see some spectacular yard work.Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory on Belle Isle10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Wednesday to Sunday900 Inselruhe Ave, Detroit, MI 48207Free admissionThe oldest continually-running conservatory in the United States, the Belle Isle conservatory officially opening in 1904, and got its (latest) name from a Detroiter who donated her 600-plant orchid collection to the city in the 1950sDivided into five "houses," including a lush sunken Fernery and an elegant Lily pond, the conservatory still boasts one of the biggest orchid collections in the country. Check out the Show House for seasonal displays (currently a medley of Lilies, Hydrangeas, and Hellebores), and take a wander around the rest of Belle Isle for some great Spring vistas (like daffodil-drenched look-out points).Taylor Conservatory and Botanical Gardens8 a.m. - 8 p.m., March to December22314 Northline Road, Taylor, MI 48180Free admissionBecause it's an open-air Victorian-style conservatory (originally built for a flower show in 1998), the late start to Spring has delayed it's blooms a bit. From late June onward though, we can expect a riot of color from both t...

May 24, 2018

Revealed: why one little bridesmaid is missing a bouquet in official royal wedding pictures

Markle's bridesmaids had a very important job to do instead May 21, 2018 - 15:52 BST Hanna Fillingham One of Meghan Markle's bridesmaids wasn’t carrying flowers at the royal wedding ceremony on Saturday, but there is a reason because of this. Official wedding photos were released from Prince Harry and Meghan's big day on Monday It is safe to say that the ten bridesmaids and page boys who played important roles at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding melted hearts as they walked down the aisle behind the bride on her big day. But on close inspection, one of the little bridesmaids wasn’t holding a bouquet of flowers like the rest – and there is a very simple reason why. Meghan's best friend Jessica Mulroney's four-year-old daughter Ivy had her hands free as she undertook her bridesmaid duties so that she could take Meghan's bouquet to hold during the ceremony. Little Ivy didn't have a bouquet of flowers as she undertook her bridesmaid duties Without a maid of honour, Meghan needed someone to hold her flowers for her, and would have wanted Ivy to feel like she had an ...

May 24, 2018

Meghan Markle's Wedding Flowers Get a Second Life

Try to keep up.Photo: Photo Illustration by April Bell. By Francois Nel/Getty Images.Princess Sirivannavari NariratanaAge: 31 Hails from: Thailand Sports of choice: Badminton champion, equestrian competitor Horse’s name: Prince Charming Catch her: In the front row at Paris Fashion Week, especially at Chanel or Dior. (She even has her own line, Sirivannavari Bangkok.)Photo: Photo Illustration by April Bell. By Guillaume Payen/SOPA Images/LightRocket/Getty Images.Princess Beatricest...

May 24, 2018

Farm fresh veggies and greens, plants and produce

Check or call 609 608-2824.   *** Lynn Hopkins runs Best In Bloom Bouquets based in Annandale. She grows lots of flowers and you can find her at the Dvoor Farmers' Market every Sunday as well as at Basil Bandwagon - she delivers fresh flowers here every Thursday. "I do specialty cut flowers," Lynn told me. All through the spring and summer, she is busily growing blooms that she arranges in bouquets or provides as cut flowers. "Right now I still have tulips and some daffodils, as well as iris, alliums, and peonies," she added. "Coming on are snapdragons, sunflowers, and all kinds of Asiatic lilies which are very long-lasting." Ready now are these early bloomers and summer flowers are yet to come. In addition, she does designs for weddings and events. She will also take orders to deliver a fresh bouquet to anyone every other week. These can be picked up at the Dvoor market or she will deliver locally. For more info, call Lynn at 908-892-8201 or visit *** Randi Eckel runs the Toadshade Wildflower Farm outside Frenchtown. Specialties here are wildflower plants and seeds native to this area. The mail order nursery is family operated and located at 53 Everittstown Road. Visit Toadshade at the Dvoor Farmers' Market on Sundays. "All plants are natives," Randi told me. "We propagate them all ourselves--no plants are dug from the wild." The offerings include plants as well as seeds, and the listings are quite extensive at Toadshade. For example, there are different types of asters, coneflowers, violets, sedges, thistles, iris, ferns and sunflowers. Trees include red oak, red cedar, sweetgums, dogwoods and more. The catalog is very informative. Plants are grouped by favorites of bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, as well as plants preferring wet or dry conditions, shady or sunny locations - and everything in between. Randi holds a doctorate in entomology and she is very sensitive to the interactions between insects and plant life. Butterflies, she noted, need wildflowers. An example is the monarch's dependence on milkweed. "We will be holding a plant sale on Saturday, June 2, 10 to 2," said Randi. "If you have a  particular plant you're interested in, contact us ahead of time and we'll bring it that day." Toadshade will be joining with Wild Ridge Nursery at the second annual Lambertville Goes Wild Native Plant Sale at Cavallo Park, 2 Mount Hope St. in Lambertville. Many native plants and seeds will be for sale. Experts will be available to answer your questions, including people from Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve. Remember that this is a mail order operation - not a nursery open to the public. But Toadshade attends the Dvoor Farmers' Market, Flemington, on Sundays. Go to for lots of info and the catalog. Or call Randi at 908-996-7500 or email your questions to Al Warr can be reached at 610-253-0432 or email

May 24, 2018

As May Flowers Bloom, A Closer Look at White House Gardens Past and Present

Fragrant magnolias, crabapple blossoms, upright tulips, and green boxwoods frame the White House gardens in the spring. Vibrant geraniums and canna lilies will bloom come summer, followed by scarlet salvia and chrysanthemums in the fall. Clumps of trees spread out across the more than 80 acres of White House gardens and surrounding parks. These gardens have a history nearly as old as our country’s, and visitors are welcomed for tours twice each year during the spring and fall. The 2018 White House Spring Garden Tours Major Changes During George Washington’s time, the land surrounding the White House was still largely marsh. Originally 82 acres, some land was yielded to the nearby U.S. Treasury building, as well as the Departments of State, Navy, and War. Lafayette Park was developed on the north side of the White House, and soon a major road—Pennsylvania Avenue—divided the park from the front lawn. Today, “President’s Park” includes the immediate White House grounds, Lafayette Park to the north, and the Ellipse to the south. Several presidents made noteworthy improvements to the garde...

May 24, 2018

Annual Art in Bloom festival bursts with art, flowers and music

Arts, Panache Dance, Ballet Folklorico and Evergreen Ballroom Dancers will perform Saturday on the Commons Stage. On Sunday, look for Alex and Hanna Goldman, Not Too Shabby, the Beau Berry Band, and Kendra and Angalee. Ben Backen, Rogue Valley German Band, Danielle Kelly Soul Project, Bustin’ Out, and Dance Arts Academy will perform Saturday on the Bartlett Street Stage. On Sunday, Blue Lightning, Saucy, Deja Neaux, and David Pinsky and Phil Newton, with the Over the Moon band, will perform.There will be plenty of room for dancing.Not far from the Commons Stage is the Kids Zone on Central Avenue near Middleford Yarn Store where the younger set can enjoy petting zoos, jump houses and lots more. See ponies, ducklings and chicks at Hope Ranch’s mini-ranch. Nature Joe will entertain kids with his collection of live lizards, snakes, a hedgehog and more. Annie the Clown will present interactive puppet theater and brighten up kids’ faces with her face painting.Stop by ScienceWorks’ station to conduct curious experiments, and plant a flower for your mom courtesy of the Grange Co-op.A nonprofit art organization, Art in Bloom is committed to art education and has funded art projects and student awards at high schools in Medford, Phonix and Grants Pass. This year, the organization will support creative endeavors for Logos Charter School, Valley School and Walking Tall youth programs.See for more information.