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Phillip's Flowers Elmhurst

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Business name:
Phillip's Flowers Elmhurst
Address:
526 Spring Rd
City:
Elmhurst
State:
Illinois
Zip Code:
60126
Phone number:
(630) 832-7161
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Flowers and Gifts News

Jun 14, 2018

Man has a field of flowers for sale in Fort Wayne

They seem to know where I am," said Goss, who taught art and theater for 57 years at the former Elmhurst High School. Some customers have come to the Iris Man's house at 6311 Smith Road for decades, with up to 10 people showing up a day to get a typed list of his 17 rows of irises, with names like Boogie Woogie, Fortunate Son and Loop the Loop. Goss won't say how old he is, only that he's lived in the house since he was 2. The irises are the symposium list of the top 100 irises as selected by the American Iris Society's members. Prices range from 50 cents for the oldest registered irises such as 1927's blue purple Baldwin to $50 for the newest varieties, including Vanilla Frappe that's white and pale lavender with orange beards, the fuzzy-looking parts coming from the middle. Many of the irises cost around $4. Each iris' name is stamped into a metal sign, with Goss explaining the flowers follow where the sign is planted. Bloom season is April 27-June 15, with peak bloom time being around May 30, plus or minus a week. "We had a cold, wet and snowy springtime," Goss said. That will slow down the iris from emerging. On Saturday some blooms still hadn't opened. Meanwhile, Brandie Batchelder, a sign language interpreter at Wayne High School, said some ...

Jun 14, 2018

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

They seem to know where I am,” said Goss, who taught art and theater for 57 years at the former Elmhurst High School. Some customers have come to the Iris Man’s house at 6311 Smith Road for decades, with up to 10 people showing up a day to get a typed list of his 17 rows of irises, with names like Boogie Woogie, Fortunate Son and Loop the Loop. Goss won’t say how old he is, only that he’s lived in the house since he was 2. The irises are the symposium list of the top 100 irises as selected by the American Iris Society’s members. Prices range from 50 cents for the oldest registered irises such as 1927’s blue purple Baldwin to $50 for the newest varieties, including Vanilla Frappe that’s white and pale lavender with orange beards, the fuzzy-looking parts coming from the middle. Many of the irises cost around $4. Each iris’ name is stamped into a metal sign, with Goss explaining the flowers follow where the sign is planted. Bloom season is April 27-June 15, with peak bloom time being around May 30, plus or minus a week. “We had a cold, wet and snowy springtime,” Goss said. That will slow down the iris from emerging. On Saturday some blooms still hadn’t opened. Meanwhile, Bran...

Apr 20, 2017

Spring Flower Show opens in Elmhurst's Wilder Park

Cantigny Park in Wheaton, the Morton Arboretum in Lisle -- there's also a relatively small and quiet place tucked away in Elmhurst's Wilder Park that may be worth a quick stop.The Wilder Park Conservatory at 225 Prospect Ave. has been an icon of Elmhurst since the 1920s. This weekend it opened its annual Spring Flower Show, which will continue through the end of the month.Because of a mix-up in deliveries and some unusually warm weather in February and early March, the 2017 show is a little different from those of the past. There are still Easter lillies, of course, although not quite as many as usual. And instead of spring bulbs that already have bloomed out, there's a new assortment of Asiatic lillies and Martha Washington geraniums to enjoy.The conservatory is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, admission is free, and for the next few weeks the place will just feel like spring.But this show has a short shelf life. Summer will be here before you know it and it will bring a whole new vibe as spring gives way to new displays at the conservatory and a season of red-hot, action-packed blockbusters. #article_video {width:100%;margin:25px 0;max-width:576px;overflow:hidden;} ... (Chicago Daily Herald)

Mar 2, 2017

Dromm, Residents Honor Memory Jackson Heights Florist

Owner John Ho (center r.) with a citation honoring the memory of his late mother Susan Lee. NYC Council Member Daniel Dromm (D-Jackson Heights, Elmhurst) and Jackson Heights residents gathered in front of Ho Flowers, as Dromm presented store owner John Ho with a citation honoring the memory of his late mother, Susan Lee.Lee established the shop with her husband in 1973, and managed it until May 30, 2016, when she passed away due to ill health.Born in South Korea, Lee emigrated to the United States in 1972 with her two children, including John Ho and his brother. Her husband opened up a wicker basket store in Jackson Heights in 1973. Susan Lee slowly introduced flowers and plants to the shop. By the early 1980s, the store was exclusively a florist shop. For many years, Lee supported her two children as a single mom, working long hours to pay for their college tuition. Ms. Lee took pride in her family, her work, and in helping beautify Jackson Heights. Ho Flowers and Plants became a household name, due to Lee’s strong work ethic and friendly demeanor.Ho Flowers and Plants is scheduled to close permanently at the end of this month. (Western Queens Gazette)

Oct 27, 2016

These gardeners had their roses ripped out by the council with no notice

A GARDENING group planted new flowers near their homes this week after the council ripped out their roses without telling them. The Friends of Elmhurst Gardens (FEG) meet once a month to maintain the trees, plants and shrubs in the park in South Woodford. They also invite children from nearby schools Oakdale and Churchfields to plant crocuses in the gardens every autumn, so they can see the blossom in the spring. This year children from Oakdale planted their crocuses around the existing rose bushes in Elmhurst Gardens on October 3. But in the week that followed, chairman Kathie Teahan got an email from the council's park managers Vision Redbridge Culture & Leisure to say the roses had gone. Ms Teahan, a Gordon Road resident of 20 years, said: “They said they had taken away the roses and were going to replace them with two cherry trees and some border plants because they’re easier to maintain. “When we looked for ourselves, we were puzzled and upset to see they were right. “Contractors had come and taken them away without telling us. “They just left a hole in the middle of where the children planted their bulbs.” The FEG... (East London and West Essex Guardian Series)

Oct 13, 2016

Melrose resident Grace Mudrock turns 100

Mayor Rob Dolan, Gov. Charlie Baker, President Barack Obama and even one from Pope Francis. The staff at Golden-Living The Elmhurst in Melrose, where Mudrock lives, paraded through the party dressed to represent different decades of Mudrock’s 100 years. Marilyn Monroe gave Mudrock her own star for the Walk of Fame. A smiling hippie handed her a flower. “She was a wonderful cook and a baker,” said Sue Dow, Mudrock’s niece – adding that poppy seed rolls were a highlight of Mudrock’s menus. “When I was little, I used to run down the path and see what Aunt Grace was having for supper, and if it was something better than my mother’s, I invited myself over.” The party, Mudrock said, was a welcome surprise. Mudrock was born Oct. 7, 1916. Here are three things that happened on the day she was born. 1. In 1916, Georgia Tech beat Cumberland University 222-0 in the most dramatic win in college football history. 2. In 1849, author Edgar Allan Poe died in Baltimore at age 40. 3. In 1996, Fox News Channel aired for the first time. (Wicked Local Melrose)

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