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Florists in Anna, IL

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Anna Flower Shops

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

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

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Apr 27, 2019

1-800-FLOWERS.COM® Introduces 2019 Local Artisan Collection - The 11 florists whose designs are showcased in the 2019 Local Artisan Collection are: Breanna Cartwright: Fresh Ideas Flower Company, Modesto, CABreanna's love affair with flowers began when she took a floriculture class in high school. Now, as an accomplished floral designer for more than 16 years, she has created four arrangements for the 2019 Local Artisan Collection: Spring Surprise Bouquet™, Always On My Mind™ Flower Bouquet, Vibrant Floral Medley™ and Enchanting Unicorn™. Develyn Reed: Achara Florist, Stafford, VA Develyn's hidden talent as a floral designer was discovered when she was working as a part-time sales associate in a local shop. Now, as head designer and store manager of the shop, her amazing creations are well-known throughout the local area. Develyn's featured arrangements are Mother's Embrace™ and Sensational Spring Beauty™. Tricia Smith: Twinbrook Floral Design, Fairfax, VAWhen she was about 12 years old, Tricia would help her mom as she created wedding flowers from their home. This experience helped her land her first job at a florist when she was 15, and her career blossomed from there. Today, Tricia owns her own floral shop together with her husband – in fact, he proposed to her there. Tricia designed the Floral Treasures Bouquet™. Ann Marie Pierce: Imperial Florist, Baldwin, NYA veteran of the floral industry, Ann Marie has owned and operated her current shop for nearly 30 years. She has a thriving wedding flower business, the result of her many enthusiastic referrals. Her designs are Splendid & Sweet™ and Sunburst Bouquet™. Ashlee Roberson: Simply Roses, Ormond Beach, FLAshlee's parents opened their shop almost 30 years ago, when she was six. Today, she is the owner and head designer of the family-owned shop, where she enjoys working alongside her mother and sister. Ashlee's featured design is the Vibrant Gem Bouquet™. Jackie Lacey: Floriology® Institute, Jacksonville, FLA highly-accredited and award-winning floral designer, Jackie's industry experience spans 32 years. A former retail florist, today Jackie serves as Director of Education and Industry Relations for the Floriology Institute, where he shares his passion for floral design with florists across the country. His creation is the Modern Rose & Gerbera Daisy Bouquet. Margaret Fleegal: Twinbrook Floral Design, Fairfax, VAMargaret began her floral career in the mass market industry, where she discovered a desire to create her own designs. She began to learn everything she could about the business and worked to develop her own unique style, eventually opening her own shop nearly 25 years ago. Margaret's design is Sunset Passion™. Matthew Wohlfahrt: Floral Concepts, Houston, TXMatt's love of flowers was instilled in him by ...

Apr 27, 2019

Wild for flowers: Spring blooming season finally arrives in Pittsburgh region - Tribune-Review

Trail, near Linn Run and Forbes State Forest • Duff Park, Murrysville • Pleasant Valley Park, Murrysville • By vehicle on the hillsides through Loyalhanna Gorge between Latrobe and Ligonier • Cedar Creek Park, Cedar Creek Gorge, Rostraver • Braddock’s Trail Park, North Huntingdon Allegheny County • Fall Run Park, Shaler • Trillium Trail, Fox Chapel • Indian Hill Meadow, Boyce Park, Monroeville • Frick Park, Squirrel Hill and Regent Square, Pittsburgh • Schenley Park, Oakland, Pittsburgh Elsewhere • Raccoon Creek State Park wildflower reserve, Hanover Township, Beaver • Meadow Run Trail and others, Ohiopyle State Park, Fayette • Fallingwater, near Ohiopyle, Fayette • Flight 93 National Memorial, Stonycreek, Somerset • Wolf Creek Narrows Natural Area, near Slippery Rock, Butler • Mingo Creek County Park, near Finleyville, Washington Renatta Signorini is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Renatta at 724-837-5374, or via Twitter . Wildflower Walk• May 3 and 10, 6-8 p.m.• In the Laurel Highlands area• Registration is required with Rachael Mahony at 724-259-2201 or TribLIVE's Daily and Weekly email newsletters deliver the news you want and information you need, right to your inbox. More Westmoreland Stories ...

Apr 27, 2019

The language of flowers unveiled in the Moravian Archives | The NC Triad's altweekly - Triad City Beat

Moravians valued aesthetic beauty for simple pleasure’s sake, too, as revealed in old photographs and diaries. An early 19th Century diary of Susanna Elisabeth Kramsch is one artifact that illustrates each of these languages. “She would walk around the neighborhood picking up samples of flowers and she would write about them just as her husband did: scientifically,” Elliott says. “It was scientific knowledge mixed with a diary of all the terrible things happening in her life, particularly her husband Samuel’s ongoing illness. So why would she pick up a flower? Well, you can make a tea with yarrow flower to help soothe someone’s stomach; it symbolizes lasting love and hope; it also could be that it was a happy memory, that [she and Samuel] used to collect them together because it was such an everywhere plant. It’s the kind of thing that puts some humanity into [a text] that would otherwise be flat.” Learn more online here and visit at 457 S. Church St. (W-S). Share this:Like this:Like Loading...Comments comments ...

Apr 27, 2019

Passover flowers arranged with love by Summit students - Canadian Jewish News

Nineteen-year-old Savannah, who asked that we only use her first name, said she immediately fell in love with the class. “I feel lucky to have this opportunity to get a set of skills. Vicki is an incredible teacher and we are learning from each other, as well,” she said. Shane, also 19, calls the program “fantastic.” He was a bit surprised to realize how much he enjoys taking care of, and getting creative with, flowers. He dreams of someday starting a business of his own. Maria, 20, likes putting together bouquets and is starting to learn how the flower supply changes with the seasons. She loves the spring bulbs, but classic roses remain her favourite. “Every day is different, you never know what to expect,” she said. Daniel, 18, who has been at TECC for only a couple of months, is attracted to the technological side of the enterprise and has been helping set up its accounting system, he said. Savannah added that, “Flowers make us calm. We listen to music while we work and have fun just being together as friends. One of the flower arrangements prepared by TECC Flora. (Janice Arnold photo) The Adath is one of the synagogues that serves as a pick-up point. Its senior rabbi, Michael Whitman, is an admirer of TECC Flora and its enthusiastic students. “We were delighted to partner with Summit School,” he said. “Not only will we enjoy these flowers for their beauty and aroma, but we appreciate them even more for the beauty and strength of each of these young people who are working hard to improve their lives and the lives of those around them.” Four choices were offered specifically for Passover: cut flowers in a vase, a bouquet of varying shades of pink, a spring bulb selection in a bowl and various single succulents in a tubular glass container, ranging in price from $18 to $50. Each order comes with a tag explaining that TECC Flora provides an opportunity for Summit students to gain work experience. They also develop fine motor and social skills and learn to solve problems in a supportive environment through a creative and hands-on experience. The students are involved in the entire process, from accompanying Surplice to the flower market to make selections and become familiar with pricing and how much to buy at a time, to cutting and arranging, to marketing and customer service. These are all valuable skills no matter what job path the students eventually take, said Surplice. TECC Flora takes orders for any holiday or occasion and can customize them. It is becoming a popular supplier for weddings and bar mitzvahs, and has had other big orders, such as VIA Rail asking for 200 arrangements for Valentine’s Day. Summit director-general Herman Erdogmus is pleased with how TECC Flora has taken off. “It’s a beautiful program,” he said, “not only beautiful in the sense that ...

Mar 29, 2019

Boston Flower and Garden Show Offers Hope for Spring | Arts - Harvard Crimson

Samantha Mannarino, owner of Samantha’s Gardens and fifth-year participant of the Boston Flower and Garden Show, said she was especially fond of this year’s theme. Advertisement “It’s something that we strive for everyday,” she said. “Both my design partner and myself walk the woods everyday and just stay in touch with mother nature. ‘Beauty of Balance’ was the perfect theme for our philosophy of life.”Mannarino and her partner, Vlasta Benedict, started working on their exhibit over six months prior to the show. “Vlasta and I knew what we wanted to do last year. We really kind of get down and dirty in between fall and Christmas and then it all takes off from there,” Mannarino said.Small boutiques, food vendors, and galleries flanked either side of the trail of live displays. Some of these booths offered historical information: Plymouth 400’s “‘Our’ Story: 400 Years of Wampanoag History,” for example, chronicled the capture and enslavement of 27 Wampanoag men near modern-day Plymouth and Cape Cod.“This tragic and compelling backstory to the colonization of Plymouth has been long overlooked and comes to life in the exhibit’s dramatic images and video impact statements,” the exhibit’s panel read.Other exhibits included an art gallery from the New England Society of Botanical Artists, a shop selling Handmade Garden Mushrooms, a table of carnivorous plants, and an Ask the Experts Pavilion.Each day of the event also offered an assortment of different workshops, lectures, and demonstrations. With over sixty time slots across all five days, professors and other gardening experts shared their advice on everything from “Hip, Hip Hydrangea – Complete Primer for Identifying, Planting, Pruning and Maintenance” during the week to “Growing Cannabis Made Easy: A Quick Guide to a Legal, Personal, Cannabis Home Garden in MA” on the weekends. During the show’s peak hours, the lecture hall was at full capacity.Attendees Maureen and Rachel McNeil attribute the Boston Flower and Garden Show’s popularity to people’s anticipation for spring. “You go through a winter wher...

Mar 29, 2019

REVIEW: Pineapple Promenade – Epcot International Flower & Garden... -

KA) – $4.25 Pineapple Soft-serve Ice Cream with Fanta® (non-alcoholic) (KA) – $6.00 Coastal Empire Beer Co. Coco Piña Gose, Savannah, GA (3.8% ABV) (flight) – $4.50 Maui Brewing Co. Pineapple Mana Wheat, Kihei, HI (5.5% ABV) (flight) – $4.50 SweetWater Brewing Company Goin’ Coastal IPA with Pineapple, Atlanta, GA (6.1% ABV) (flight) – $4.50 Playalinda Brewing Company Violet Lemonade Ale, Titusville, FL (5.2% ABV) – $4.50 Florida Orange Groves Winery Sparkling Pineapple Wine, St. Petersburg, FL ($30/bottle) – $11.75 Pineapple Soft-serve Ice Cream with Parrot Bay Coconut Rum – $10.50 Pineapple Beer Flight – $9.50 Spicy Hot Dog with Pineapple Chutney and Plantain Chips – $8.00 Spicy Hot Dog with Pineapple Chutney and Plantain Chips – $8.00 Perhaps one of our (definitely Tom’s) favorite returning items is the spicy hot dog. You receive a full hot dog for your money, slathered in pineapple chutney and crumbled plantain chips. The hot dog delivers on flavor and spice. Each bite has a pop against the perfectly cooked exterior leading to a wonderfully spicy interior. The chutney adds a cool pineapple flavor and the chips add a nice crunch. It’s a filling dish and best shared if you plan on enjoying the rest the festival has to offer. Pineapple Soft-serve Ice Cream with Fanta® (non-alcoholic) (KA) – $6.00 Pineapple Soft-serve Ice Cream with Fanta® – $6.00 Pineapple Fanta fills the bottom of this cup. The pineapple Dole Whip mixed with the soda works very well and surprisingly isn’t overpowering. The only problem you’re going to run into with Flower & Garden is A) the portion of Dole Whip and B) how icy it comes out, to the point of almost being flavorless. Typically the version at Magic Kingdom is very light and airy, this comes out stiff and dense. It’s still the only place to get the soft serve in Epcot, so if you feel the price is worth saving a trip to the Polynesian or the Magic Kingdom… Frozen Dessert Violet Lemonade (non-alcoholic) (KA) – $4.25 img class="aligncenter size-large wp-image-142804" src="" alt width="800" height="1200" data-wp-pid="142804" srcset="https:/...