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Florists in Anna, IL

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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

Jun 14, 2018

Man has a field of flowers for sale in Fort Wayne

Goss had. "I've come here for three years and love it," she said. "I wait all year." She brought along her daughter, Rayanna, to help take photos so she can catalog the plants, partly so she knows what she has but also because she believes Goss' garden is such an incredible effort. Another woman was taking photos so she could paint the flowers, Goss said. Goss' mother first planted iris at the home after receiving six hybridized irises for her birthday in 1941. Now totaling 450, the number is actually half of what he had. "It got to be too much," he said. These days he hoes a little then sits in the lawn chair that's next to the iris field, which includes the Emma Cook on his typed list. That white one with a bluish purple border came directly from the Bluffton hybridizer's garden, he said. With her husband, Paul, and then after his death, she created 70 iris hybrids. She died in 1982. Sitting in a chair on his porch, Goss asks customers which irises they want, making out a receipt in return for a check or cash. Customers will have to wait until the third week of June after the iris are done blooming to pick up their bulbs. ___ Source: The (Fort Wayne) News-Sentinel, https://bit.ly/2J3tiZY ___ Information from: The News-Sentinel, http://www.news-sentinel.com This is an AP-Indiana Exchange story offered by The (Fort Wayne) News-Sentinel.

Jun 14, 2018

Growing pains: From cut flowers to cannabis, Lompoc grapples with its past while eyeing economic opportunity

Story ] The following articles were printed from Santa Maria Sun [santamariasun.com] - Volume 19, Issue 15 Growing pains: From cut flowers to cannabis, Lompoc grapples with its past while eyeing economic opportunity By SPENCER COLE Dan Vordale’s boots crunch loose dirt and crumpled dead grass as he stomps through a neat row of waist-high flowers.  “Ever since we came into this valley, the one flower we’ve grown is called stock,” he says. “It’s a big part of our company’s sales.” Vordale is a vice president for Ocean View Flowers, a locally owned growing operation just a few miles outside of Lompoc. Founded in the 1990s, Ocean View has around 50 full-time employees with about the same number of part-time workers during peak harvest season. According to Vordale, his main customers are wholesale distributors and supermarkets, who purchase the thousands of flowers cut each harvest day for roughly $3 a bundle.  ALIVE AND WELLOne success story for the cut flower industry and the Lompoc Valley is Ocean View Flowers, a locally owned company that manages hundreds of acres of stock flowers near Vandenberg Air Force Base. PHOTOS BY JAYSON MELLOM Business is good, he says, gliding ...

Jun 14, 2018

Funeral arrangements set for Grupo Mazz frontman Jimmy Gonzalez

Lisa Denise Gonzalez; a grandson, Baby Patrick Henry Gonzalez; and a brother-in-law, Richard Villarreal.Jimmy is survived by his wife of 19 years, Anna Lisa Gonzalez, his 5 sons: Henry Lee (Patricia), James “Junebug” (Lenore), Lee Michael “Mikey” (Nancy), Joseph “Choch” (Celina), and Robert Lee “Uker” (Erica) and their mother, Yolanda Solis. He was the proud grandfather of 10: Lee Michael Jr., Dominic James, Jaymee Leigh, Myranda Jolie, Miranda Larysse, Nicholas Anthony, Meagan Grace, Henry Lee, and Sofia Lee. Jimmy will also be missed by his siblings: Beatriz “Bea” Villarreal, Julia “Lulu” Garza, Tommie “Magill” (Betty) Gonzalez, Cindy (Adolfo) Garcia and Norma Lee (Lonnie) Valdez along with numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family members.According to the funeral home, ‘In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts in Jimmy’s name may be made to the Gonzalez Family Fund at any IBC bank, account #1012511023.’...

Jun 14, 2018

Flowers and feminism

Eva Hilsee), a supremely enthusiastic and ebullient young woman (she has “a mind like a hummingbird” and “would make Pollyanna ill,” other characters say of her). She is frustrated not only by the incessant London rain, but also by her stodgy solicitor husband, Mellersh (Addison Turner), who treats her like a child. When Lotty sees an advert in the newspaper seeking to rent San Salvatore, a medieval castle in Italy, for the month of April to anyone who “appreciates wisteria and sunshine,” she jumps at the opportunity. She soon enlists a woman from her church, Rose Arnott (Teresa Hurley-Miller), to join her and help defray costs. Rose is even more dissatisfied than Lotty, though it’s only later that we learn the cause of her pain. Two other women join the crew: the beautiful but melancholic Lady Caroline Bramble (Samantha Lucas) and the hilariously snooty Mrs. Graves (Mary Burns), who, when unable to understand someone speaking Italian, declaims “I speak only the Italian of Dante.” Act I is set in a dark, dreary and rain-soaked London, but following intermission the curtain is drawn to reveal a world of flowers, colorful furniture and, in the distance, mountains and the ocean. TOTR’s stage is tiny—I call it “Plays in a Box”—but set designer Jerry Miller, who also directed and plays Rose’s husband, Frederick—did a remarkable job of opening it up and evoking the spirit of San Salvatore, whose name suggests joyful salvation. Hilsee, as Lotty, was absolutely delightful on the night I attended (Friday, June 6). Playing a woman who expects everything to turn out well and shares that optimism freely, she made us fall in love with her. In some ways, Hurley-Miller had a more difficult role; her Rose is a complex woman who is hiding secrets, and Hurley-Miller let us see into her psyche while keeping her secret from the other characters. As Lady Caroline, Lucas was terrific—and she’s only 16! She seemed much older in her role as a troubled “modern” woman (read: flapper) struggling to process a great loss in the war. The male actors gave creditable performances in roles that were basically setups for the women. I especially enjoyed Andy Hafer as Anthony Wilding, the castle’s owner, who showed up mostly to flirt with the women and provide comic relief with Costanza the cook (a very funny Natalie Valencia). When the men arrive at San Salvatore, the characters resolve their issues so that everybody can go home happy and in love. For the women, this means they have relationships with their men that ...

Jun 14, 2018

'Iris Man' Don Goss has a field of flowers for sale in Fort Wayne

Goss had. “I’ve come here for three years and love it,” she said. “I wait all year.” She brought along her daughter, Rayanna, to help take photos so she can catalog the plants, partly so she knows what she has but also because she believes Goss’ garden is such an incredible effort. Another woman was taking photos so she could paint the flowers, Goss said. Goss’ mother first planted iris at the home after receiving six hybridized irises for her birthday in 1941. Now totaling 450, the number is actually half of what he had. “It got to be too much,” he said. These days he hoes a little then sits in the lawn chair that’s next to the iris field, which includes the Emma Cook on his typed list. That white one with a bluish purple border came directly from the Bluffton hybridizer’s garden, he said. With her husband, Paul, and then after his death, she created 70 iris hybrids. She died in 1982. Sitting in a chair on his porch, Goss asks customers which irises they want, making out a receipt in return for a check or cash. Customers will have to wait until the third week of June after the iris are done blooming to pick up their bulbs. RELATED STORY: Northeastern Indiana Iris Society plant sale July 30 at Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory -- ...

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 art-in-bloom.com for more information.