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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

Sep 10, 2018

Rocky Mountain field guide is blessing for flower lovers

Anderson, Mike Bone, Nick Daniels, Dan Johnson, Panayoti Kelaidis, Mike Kintgen, Sarada Krishnan (director of horticulture), Cindy Newlander, Savannah Putnam, Jen Towes, Katy Wieczorek. “Wildflowers of the Rocky Mountain Region” is available at the Denver Botanic Gardens and at bookstores for $27.95. (cky Mountain field guide is blessing for flower lovers)

Sep 10, 2018

Pathhead Flower Show

Sunflower (Dr Colin Hogg Trophy) Sophie McCormack, Macauley Crichton, Isla GowansHeaviest bag of potatoes (Mary Callander Golden Jubilee Trophy) Anna Gowans, Isla Gowans, Sophie McCormackTrophy Winners 2018Pathhead Premier Award: pot plant & vase of flowers - Andy BanksDr Alexander Laurie Quaich: 2 geraniums - Willie PuntonCallander Cup: Best garden - Vince & Veronica MarkieDr Colin Hogg Trophy: Sunflowers - Sophie McCormackRosemains Rose Bowl: Most points open classes - Jim WilliamsRoderick Murchison Trophy: Most point confined classes - Billy KnoxCranstoun Trophy: Best Chrysanthemum - Gordon MitchellSociety’s Trophy: Best Dahlia (open) - Gordon MitchellCraik Trophy: Best cut flower (confined) - Fiona MeikleSociety’s Trophy: Best vegetable (confined) - Fiona MeikleLogan Vase: 4 rose blooms - Billy KnoxScott Trophy: Best decorative exhibit - Aileen BanksSociety’s Rose Bowl: Most points in cookery - Janette CrichtonGeorge Moir Rose bowl: Best handicrafts exhibit - Margaret McMahonSociety’s Trophy: Most points in handicrafts - Margaret WinthropSociety’s Trophy: Best cookery exhibit - Janette CrichtonWahlberg Trophy: Best exhibit in show - Margaret McMahonChalmers Trophy: Sing... (thhead Flower Show)

Sep 10, 2018

Geek Chic: Alternative florist produces eco-friendly flowers

What started out as a craft hobby for owner Anna Prouty has now, less than a year later, become her full-time business. Prouty left her full-time job as an accountant a few months ago when it became apparent that her hobby of creating sola wood flowers was something that people were interested in buying. Geek Chic marked its opening Aug. 3 with a ribbon cutting hosted by the Livingston County Area Chamber of Commerce.Prouty first began creating the sola wood and recycled paper flowers for her own wedding in October 2017. She loved the idea of the flowers being eco-friendly; moreover, she liked that the bouquets would last forever. After her own wedding, Prouty began to create her own dyes and experiment with creating custom colors of flowers that she used to make home décor items. She was asked to participate in a bridal expo and her flowers drew attention from brides to be who also liked the idea that their bouquets could be theirs forever. Prouty began creating more varieties of flowers in many colors; and she hand dyed them all herself. “My husband said either I need to stop making all of the flowers or I need to sell them,” Prouty recalled.She really didn’t have much of a decision to make. Prouty said she loved playing around creating flowers, home décor and gifts for herself and her friends. She had accumulated quite a collection of flowers, so she figured she better start selling some. She posted photos of her products on Facebook and interested customers starting pouring in. The first product she... (ek Chic: Alternative florist produces eco-friendly flowers)

Sep 10, 2018

Funeral notices for Saturday, Aug. 18

Greater Androscoggin Humane Society, 55 Strawberry Ave., Lewiston, ME 04240. Albert & Burpee Funeral Home. BLONDIN — Marie Anna, of Lewiston, passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 15. Visitation Fortin/Lewiston, Monday, Aug. 20, 4 to 7 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday, Aug. 21, at 11 a.m. in the lower chapel of the Basilica of Ss. Peter & Paul. Committal at St. Peter’s Cemetery. A service of The Fortin Group Funeral Home, 70 Horton St., Lewiston, ME 04240, (207) 784-4584. CONLEY — Sylvia A., 86, of Poland, passed away Monday, Aug. 13, in Windham. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 21, at the Windham Chapel of Dolby Blais & Segee, 434 River Road. Interment and prayers will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 22, at the West Poland Highland Cemetery, 230 Megquier Hill Road, Poland. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Alvan Ricker Library, 1211 Maine St., Poland, ME 04274. COOK — Anita R., of Lisbon, passed away in Lewiston on Wednesday, Aug. 15. Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 22, at Gracelawn Memorial Park, 980 Turner St., Auburn. A service of Advantage Funeral and Cremation Services, 999 Forrest Ave., Portland, ME 04102. GAUTREAU — Daniel P., 69, of Roxbury, died Aug. 8 in Hanover. A celebration of Danny’s life will be held at a date to be announced. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Danny’s memory may be made payable to Troy Barnes, c/o Oxford Fe... (neral notices for Saturday, Aug. 18)

Sep 10, 2018

Silent Sam supporters memorializing statue with flowers

I wish this hadn’t happened in such a violent way, in such a disruptive way,” graduate student Susanna Harris said. Harris said she wishes that the administration had listened to negative reaction to the “Silent Sam” statue over the past few years and removed the statue before it was toppled by protesters. Jonathan Fitzgerald Fuller, Lauren Aucoin, Margarita Sitterson and Raul Acre Jimenez have all been charged with misdemeanor rioting and misdemeanor defacing a public monument in connection with the Aug. 20 protest where “Silent Sam” was toppled. Since the statue fell, at least a dozen others have been arrested in connection with two subsequent protests on campus. The group that brought flowers to the place where "Silent Sam" used to stand said they plan to return every Saturday with more bouquets. More On This ... (039;Silent Sam' supporters memorializing statue with flowers)

Aug 17, 2018

City will preserve 670 affordable apartments in 'high-cost' neighborhoods; Why is the Flower District dying?

August 17, 2018Where I Work: The team behind Black Seed Bagels shows off their new Nomad shopHead baker Dianna Daoheung and Black Seeds’ new Nomad location 6sqft's series "Where I Work" takes us into the studios, ...August 17, 2018img width="500" height="286" src="