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Massachusetts, MA Florists

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Massachusetts State Featured Florists

The Gypsy Rose Floral Boutique

250 Main St
Oxford, MA 01540

All Seasons Florist

230 Lowell St Ste 1B
Wilmington, MA 01887

Mary's Floral Designs

518 Main St
Indian Orchard, MA 01151

Duffy's Fish & Flowers

134 Walnut Street
Lynn, MA 01905

Wayside Floral Boutique

1050 Main Street
Leicester, MA 01524

Massachusetts Flowers News

Feb 8, 2018

Glass Flowers: Harvard's Museum of Natural History

The museum is very family friendly and offers free admission to teachers and all Massachusetts residents on Sunday mornings from 9 a.m. - noon — a particularly good time to go as it is much easier to snag on-street parking. Regular weekday admission is modest.The museum is probably most famous for its Glass Flowers exhibit. Created by commission in the late 1800s and early 1900s, the Blaschka botanical models were created by a father and son glassmaking team as a teaching tool to capture information about plants and their unique characteristics. The creations, over 800 of them, are made purely of glass, with only some using wire supports. The coloring and accuracy of these works of art will have you believing they are real, and their intricate detail will as­tound you.Particularly impressive is the collection of animal specimens of the African and Asian continents. Whe­ther it is a primate, big cat, rodent or bird, the extent and condition of the taxidermy is outstanding. The cases are grouped by re­gion and animal type and it is fun to watch youngsters gaze up at the giant rhinoceros or the roaring lion.The Great Mammal hall houses bison, elk, bear, and a giraffe. Not to be missed are the soaring whale skeletons suspended from the ceiling. Two levels are available to view the collection and ... (Woburn Daily Times)

Jan 12, 2018

GREEN THUMBS UP: Yuletide plants brighten winter days

She is a member of a local garden club, past president of the New England Daylily Society, an overseer for the Massachusetts Horticultural Society and is employed at a garden center. (Wicked Local Kingston)

Dec 8, 2017

Advance tickets for Feb. 7 floral seminar on sale

His historical floral design work has been featured at the New Orleans Museum of Art and the George Walter Vincent Smith Museum, Springfield, Massachusetts. DelPrince has delivered talks and written about the flowers of Tennessee Williams’ plays, and delivered a floral lecture-demonstration at the Tennessee Williams in Europe Conference, The University of Nancy, France.On faculty with Mississippi State University since 1996, he has taught floral design to over 5,000 students and professional florists. Since 2015, at the MSU Coastal Research and Extension Center, he has developed educational and research programs benefitting flower growers, florists and floral enthusiasts. MSU Extension is the first of its kind to initiate and maintain educational and research programming in floral design in the United States. (Mulletwrapper)

Nov 17, 2017

Interesting Plants Around Canton Lake

Indians gathered for food. The Pilgrims relied on them as a food source during their initial years in Massachusetts. The tubers can be used in soups and stews or fried like potatoes; the cooked seeds can also be eaten. The tubers are high in protein and similar to potato can be boiled, roasted, or sautéed.Other plants I photographed at Canton Lake this year include wafer ash, sugar maple, hawthorn, linden, native bittersweet, sumac, lobelia, and vervain. See some of these photos on my ILRiverHort Blog at Rhonda Ferree Rhonda Ferree is Extension Educator in Horticulture for the Fulton-Mason-Peoria-Tazewell Extension Unit. She has been with University of Illinois Extension for over 20 years where she has held several positions and received many awards. Ferree has a master’s degree and a bachelor’s degree in horticulture from the University of Illinois. View all posts by Rhonda Ferree ... (Peoria Journal Star (blog))

Nov 17, 2017

Flower power: Waltham woman judging orchid event at Mahoneys Garden Center

Waltham resident has bloomed into a full-fledged passion."That was the beginning," Abrams said of the 1984 show.She began attending Massachusetts Orchid Society meetings soon thereafter and found herself hooked."The flowers are just gorgeous," Abrams said. "They’re different, they’re different from each other. … They’re very appealing to look at — you know, the plants themselves, even without flowers."As a beginner, she began growing plants on her windowsills, moving to artificial lights when she ran out of space, according to a tribute to Abrams in a 2017 Massachusetts Orchid Society (MOS) newsletter.Like most enthusiasts, Abrams also has her favorites."I’m partial to cattleyas, which are … sort of corsage orchids, and a Japanese species called neofinetia falcata," she said, though she told the society that "any magenta-colored orchid will win her over."Over her three decades in the field, Abrams has served as one of the society’s board of directors members and has represented MOS to the American Orchid Society. She also ran the MOS show table for 25 years, stepping down earlier this year.That experience will come in handy from Nov. 3 to 5 during the Massachusetts Orchid Society’s annual show, which will highlight New England’s "elusive native orchids," including the classic pink and white Lady Slipper, according t... (Wicked Local Waltham)