Birthday Flowers

A heart-warming Birthday surprise for someone you truly care about!

Funeral Service

Funeral Service Flowers for a well-lived life is the most cherished. Be that open heart for that special someone in grief.


Create that sense of peace and tranquility in their life with a gentle token of deepest affections in this time of need.


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Classically beautiful and elegant, assortment of roses is a timeless and thoughtful gift!

Florists in Anderson, IN

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

Anderson Flower Shops

Anderson Florist

92 Morristown Road
Anderson, IN 46011
(765) 644-4335

Apple Blossom Floral Shoppes

1900 Applewood Center Drive
Anderson, IN 46013
(765) 649-1189

Creative Gifts & Flowers

706 E 8Th St
Anderson, IN 46012
(765) 641-9979

Payless Apple Blossom Floral

1845 N Scatterfield
Anderson, IN 46012
(765) 649-2480

Posy Shop

909 S Nursery Road
Anderson, IN 46012
(765) 643-7487

Anderson IN News

Nov 28, 2018

One of the victims of fatal Black Friday crash was 16-year-old Anthony Martin, family says - TCPalm

The driver, Dalton Young, 27, of Port St. Lucie, was not hurt. A passenger, Sarah Anderson, 30, had minor injuries. More: Florida Highway Patrol reports finding driver of Jeep in hit-and-run that killed Vero Beach runner ...

Nov 15, 2018

Letters: Join in Park City's annual day of giving, readers say

Slot Machine people so funny and fun, and the small but original silent auction items a huge hit. We welcomed our new Board of Trustees Chair Paige Anderson, Vice Chair Randy Scott and Treasurer Bruce Petersen and honored outgoing Chair Karen Keating and longtime Board member Gil Williams. To celebrate Sandra Morrison's 20th anniversary as our organization's executive director, we presented her with a gift and a huge round of applause. Thank you, Sandra!It's not too late to join this lively group! Call 435-649-7457 or visit City Historical Society & MuseumBoard of trustees***Recommended Stories For YouOne-of-a-kind communityEditor:As we rapidly approach our EIGHTH year of Live PC Give PC, I am reminded of how fortunate we are to be part of such a caring community. In the first year of Live PC Give PC, 57 nonprofits received gifts from 1,561 unique donors. Those numbers grew to 107 nonprofits receiving gifts from 4,123 unique donors in 2017, not to mention the fact that almost $8 MILLION has been raised over the last seven years! On this amazing day of giving, join us as we strive for MORE unique donors! Spread the word and let's come together in gratitude to support the organizations that make our community one-of-a-kind! Join in the fun and express your generosity on Friday Nov. 9!Jolie IacobelliPark City Community Foundation board member***Worthy organizationEditor:It is my pleasure to serve on the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah, here in Park City. BBBSU matches kids facing adversity with dependable mentors to build relationships that can change...

Oct 12, 2018

Horticulture expert brings floral design class to ASU

Florist and arts advocate Morgan Anderson connects wellness and creativity through floral design Photo by Jessica Ferrigno The State Press Morgan Anderson, florist and floral art advocate, arranges stones in her cacti arrangements at her home in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018. By Jessica Ferrigno 10/10/18 7:33pm Spring semesters bring new flowers and new classes to ASU, including a new stem class, but this one has no connection to the engineering school. Florist and floral art advocate Morgan Anderson is bringing floral design coursework to the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. Anderson received a master's degree in horticulture, the science and art of growing plants, at Kansas State University and her doctorate in horticulture from Texas A&M University. She also taught classes in floral des...

Oct 12, 2018

Autumn planting tips and ideas to liven up the garden

They can be grown in containers, or in the ground and many also can be grown indoors." Easy plantings Over at Anderson's La Costa Nursery, at 400 La Costa Ave., in Encinitas, Nursery Manager Steven Froess said creating summer color in the garden for fall is not as difficult as it may seem. "For some summer color in the garden, there is lots to choose from. Some of my favorites include: pentas (they come in a variety of colors and are great for hummingbirds and butterflies), tecoma hybrids ‘Lydia', ‘Bells of fire', and ‘Sparky' all bloom almost all summer and love the heat! "There are some great mandevillea hybrids that do great in pots, and look tropical but are more durable with pink, white, and red tubular flowers," Froess said. If you want to plant bulbs when the weather cools down a bit, Froess said fall bulbs, usually include: paperwhites and amaryllis, and there are others but those are the main two the nursery usually stocks. Don't forget veggies and fruits for fall either, he said: "You can save seeds from any of your summer crops; most people do cilantro, peppers, tomatoes, watermelons, pumpkins and squash." Foress agrees with LaFromboise in that fall is such a great time of the year to plant herbs, but only plant the hardy ones such as thyme, oregano, parsley, cilantro, and chives, because these will survive the colder weather. "Cold tender ones such as basil, tarragon and dill, won't be available and won't do well," he said. "Cooler season flowers would include: pansies, violas, ornamental kale and cyclamen, to name a few. Shrubs and trees of all types usually survive the best when planted in the fall, due to the cooler temperatures and hopefully rainy winter season that follows before spring." And like LaFromboise, Froess said succulents are always a good choice regardless of the time of year. "Succulents are definitely in still," he said. "Not only for their low-water use, but the textures and colors you can create are so endless, they can live indoors and outdoors, some are highly collectible and very low maintenance." As you sip your pumpkin latte and get ready for the upcoming holiday season, planning (and planting) your fall garden can be a fun, and exciting time that will hopefully yield a great autumn crop.

Sep 10, 2018

Rocky Mountain field guide is blessing for flower lovers

And finally, a section on what scientific names mean, a glossary of descriptive words, a section on sources and resources. The authors include: Sonya 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.

Aug 17, 2018

Jets camp Day 13 observations: More fights, terrible penalty and some surprise standouts

Washington's Zach Brown, who could be heard yelling threats. Jets offensive lineman Dakota Dozier and linebacker Ryan Anderson got into a shoving match, as did Jets defensive end Nathan Shepherd and Washington offensive lineman Shawn Lauvao. And at one point the entire Jets offense and Redskins defense came together in a skirmish, though no punches were thrown.