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Florists in Andover, KS

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

Andover Flower Shops

Dillons

225 E Cloud Ave
Andover, KS 67002
(316) 733-3733

Andover KS News

Jul 27, 2017

Pick your own flower bouquet at the Stevens-Coolidge Place

NORTH ANDOVER — Brighten your days with fresh flowers from The Stevens-Coolidge Place's recently opened Flower Fields Cutting Garden.The flower cutting garden will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday from now until mid-October. In addition to pick-your-own standards like zinnias, cosmos and rudbeckia, visitors will find new varieties to add pop and flair to their bouquets. Please note there is a fee to cut flowers and picking is only available at the flower cutting garden during pick-your-own hours. The cost is $5 per 10 stems for Trustees members, and $10 for 10 stems for non-members. Be sure to stop by the tent to pick up scissors, a cup, and water before starting your bouquet. Extend your visit and explore the other Stevens-Coolidge gardens including a French Potager Garden, Rose Garden, and Perennial Garden. The gardens are full of fun adventures for all ages. The Stevens-Coolidge Place is located at 137 Andover St., North Andover. Fashion show to benefit youthLAWREN... (Eagle-Tribune)

Mar 23, 2017

With a bounty of colors, the annual Boston Flower and Garden Show is a welcome respite

With its patio table and fruit tree fencing, this is a totally inviting “foodscaping” landscape by Samantha’s Gardens of Andover.At the floral design competitions, Roni Lahage, and her son, Nick, of Marshfield won First Place for their floral arrangement on the theme of incorporating tools of the trade – in this case a conical tomato cage enclosing sunflowers, ivy, flag iris and parrot tulip set in moss collected from their yard bordering the North River. And Julia Lizza, of the Community Garden Club of Duxbury, won First Place for her sculptural-like arrangement of kiwi vine to illustrate the superhero concept of crawling up walls.Undoubtedly a superhero, the New England Patriots are honored with floral arrangements of a player and a football, designed by Village Arts & Flowers of Walpole.At exhibits by the Massachusetts Master Gardner Association and the New England Carnivorous Plant Society, visitors can see superhero plants that need little water, eat insects, and show other powers of survival.The show also includes 200 vendors selling plants, garden tools, furnishings, botanical décor, and gifts. Daily demonstrations and lectures include planting for drought, new trends in landscape design, growing herbs, cultivating roses, and growing legal cannabis indoors.“It’s the gateway drug to gardening,” Weston said, joking. “Strangely enough, cannabis is bringing a lot of people into gardening.” Jody Feinberg may be reached at jfeinberg@ledger.com or follow on Twitter @JodyF_Ledger.IF YOU GO . . . .WHAT: The Boston Flower & Garden Show, “Superheroes of the Garden” WHEN:  10 a.m. to 8 p.m. March 23; 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. March 24-25;10 a.m. to 6 p.m. March 26WHERE:   Seaport World Trade Center, Seaport Boulevard, BostonCOST: $20, adults, $17 ages 65+, $10 ages 6-17, and free ages 5 and under. After 5 p.m. through Saturday, admission is $15.INFORMATION:  bostonflowershow.com... (Wicked Local Weymouth)

Mar 23, 2017

THINK SPRING: Annual Boston Flower Show promises a welcome respite

With its patio table and fruit tree fencing, this is a totally inviting “foodscaping” landscape by Samantha’s Gardens of Andover.At the floral design competitions, Roni Lahage, and her son, Nick, of Marshfield won First Place for their floral arrangement on the theme of incorporating tools of the trade – in this case a conical tomato cage enclosing sunflowers, ivy, flag iris and parrot tulip set in moss collected from their yard bordering the North River. And Julia Lizza, of the Community Garden Club of Duxbury, won First Place for her sculptural-like arrangement of kiwi vine to illustrate the superhero concept of crawling up walls.Undoubtedly a superhero, the New England Patriots are honored with floral arrangements of a player and a football, designed by Village Arts & Flowers of Walpole.At exhibits by the Massachusetts Master Gardner Association and the New England Carnivorous Plant Society, visitors can see superhero plants that need little water, eat insects, and show other powers of survival.The show also includes 200 vendors selling plants, garden tools, furnishings, botanical décor, and gifts. Daily demonstrations and lectures include clude planting for drought, new trends in landscape design, growing herbs, cultivating roses, and growing legal cannabis indoors.“It’s the gateway drug to gardening,” Weston said, joking. “Strangely enough, cannabis is bringing a lot of people into gardening.” Jody Feinberg may be reached at jfeinberg@ledger.com or follow on Twitter @JodyF_Ledger. (Wicked Local Taunton)

Mar 23, 2017

Gardens of Love: Carol Brush

Carol grew up in Andover, and said to me: “You remember ‘The Addams Family’? That was my family. We had Lurch, a Victorian house, and I just liked getting dirt under my fingernails.” Carol did not have a garden growing up, but ever since she arrived on-Island, she’s had “a little garden.” There are two side-by-side garden areas, one started when they built their home, and the expanded garden area, which was created about seven years ago. As anyone who works all the time knows, “the garden suffers,” Carol continued, “so what I learned about gardening is to change,” as she points to one raised bed. “This was garlic last season, so I pulled the garlic in July and then I put in my Marvel of Venice beans. Then I took that crop out and I put in some winter squash. Not many grew, so I pulled it all out and put clover in for the winter. Each plot has to rotate, and you’re constantly changing places where you’re doing everything. Except for the asparagus, which was planted about 25 years ago.”Carol’s garden was still quite plentiful last fall; there was a bounty of peppers, the variety of which she cannot recall, not far from dahlias still in bloom. She had celeriac, the “unsung hero of the vegetable world” according to the BBC, Martha Stewart, and many others, to “make soups for the winter.” One of my favorite things is céleri rémoulade, a celeriac salad. Yes, celeriac and celery are in the same family, but not the same plant. With celeriac you use the large root, which has a celery and nutty flavor. Nearby was another celery-tasting plant, lovage, which was originally cultivated in medieval times, and has both medicinal and culinary uses. I’ve heard lo... (Martha's Vineyard Times)

Feb 23, 2017

Community garden talk is being planted

Matching the green leaves of the many vegetables grown at Andover's community garden are the dollar bills saved by local gardners who grow their own vegetables and, therefore, can save a few bucks on their food shopping bill.Despite the cold weather outside, community garden talk is starting to heat up. The Village Garden Club of Andover has invited Ann Knowles, organizer and chairperson of Andover Community Garden, to be the guest speaker at their Feb.16, meeting being held at the home of club member Helen Ann Knepper, 45 Clark Road, Andover, at 7 p.m.Hostesses for Village Garden Club are Cindy Madden and Carol O’Neil, with Claire Enos arranging the flowers. Refreshments will be served. Guests and friends are most welcome.The Community Garden, located on the Virginia Hammond Reservation on High Plain Road across from the leaf composting site. Knowles will talk about how community gardens are a great way to garden with others, learn new skills, and access safe land for organic growing.The Andover Community Garden boasts nearly 40 plots that a... (Andover Townsman)

Feb 23, 2017

Area florists say weather won't dampen any Valentine's Day wishes

Broadway business leading up to the popular holiday."We've been steady all day today," Bergeron said.At Les Fleurs florist in Andover, manager Cate Adamopoulos said Monday there was much less customer foot traffic that day due to the foot of snow, but the phone was ringing off the hook. Some deliveries set for Monday also had to be rescheduled due to continuing snow removal efforts in certain areas of town."Everyone has been great and very understanding," she said.In Haverhill, longtime florist Steve Janavicus of Flowers by Steve Inc. is hopeful all will go well with his Valentine's Day orders following that community's 12 inches of snowfall. On Monday, his phone was ringing steady and business was brisk. Tuesday's delivery schedule will include about 500 orders ."We are hoping Valentine's Day will be incredible and everyone will be shoveled out," said the florist of 42 years."I've lived through a lot of snowy Valentine's days," he said. "It's the biggest, single one-day event and even with the snow, we'll have 14 trucks on the road. We'll deliver every order we can."People will also stop by his business for that last minute gift, whether flowers, candy or balloons.It's a busy time in Derry, too, Bergeron noted, and she wants her customers to be happy.That includes having all calls coming into the shop also forwarded to her own phone so not to disappoint any customers wanting to place a last minute order.She also has ample florals arranged, staying cool and ready to go for those last-minute shoppers.Traditionally, roses remain a top flower choice, but other flowers also top the list in popularity this year including Gerber daisies, calla lilies and sunflowers.Red roses were still the most popular seller at Flowers by Steve, Janavicus said. He stocked his shop with about 3,500 of the... (Eagle-Tribune)