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Maryland State Featured Florists
3101 Emmorton RdAbingdon, MD 21009
909 West StAnnapolis, MD 21401
409 Round Table DrFort Washington, MD 20744
144 Murdoch Florist LaneCenterville, MD 21617
110 Weber RoadOakland, MD 21550
Maryland Flowers News
Dec 18, 2019
Balducci's Store Now Home to Repeat Roses Shop - Progressive Grocer
Bethesda, Md.-based Balducci’s Food Lover’s Market has 10 stores located in New York, Connecticut, Maryland and Virginia. Sister chain Kings Food Markets, based in Parsippany, N.J., has 25 stores in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York. Sep 19, 2019
Delaware Valley Floral Group Opens Long Island Distribution Center and Acquires CP Flowers Direct, Inc - PerishableNews
Flower Transfer Logistics. With corporate headquarters located in Sewell, New Jersey, the company also operates out of facilities in Jessup, Maryland; Richmond, Virginia; Edison, New Jersey; Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Erie, Pennsylvania, Hauppauge, New York; Syracuse, New York; Berlin, Connecticut; Shrewsbury, Massachusetts; Miami, Florida; and Oxnard, California. dvfg.com
... Jul 26, 2019
Insta-ready fields: Best places to see sunflowers this summer - WTOP
McKee-Beshers, Montgomery County, Maryland
The sunflowers were planted in May at McKee-Beshers Wildlife Management Area in Montgomery County and officially fully bloomed starting July 8. Those visiting later in the season may have already missed the sunflowers’ peak bloom. The DNR says the sunflowers will remain in full bloom for about two weeks. You can check the status of the flowers on their website.
Sunflowers are planted to serve as a food source for wildlife. While the public is welcome to visit the sunflowers in bloom, Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources also urge visitors to be careful not to cut or trample the flowers: “Visitors must be responsible and ensure that their actions don’t have negative consequences.”
Sunlight bounces off a sunflower in a field at the McKee Beshers Wildlife Management Area on July 13, 2019.
Southern Maryland Sunflower Festival, Charles County, Maryland
Farm Heritage Conservancy will host its first sunflower festival on Saturday, Aug. 31, and Sunday, Sept. 1, at Serenity Farm in Benedict, Maryland. The event promises food, music, fun and, of course, sunflowers.
Bees on a sunflower on July 13, 2019 at the McKee Beshers Wildlife Management Area.
Rocky Point Creamery, Frederick County, Maryland
Rocky Point Creamery in Frederick County, M... Jul 26, 2019
The heat wave is causing sunflowers to bloom early - CNN
Dave Diggs, owner of the Sunflower Garden in Westminster, Maryland, says he thinks Facebook and Instagram have helped catch people's interest and sustain a unique fascination with the bloom. "The sunflower is certainly a hot flower this year, and it has been for a while, perhaps more than any other flower I can recall," he said. Diggs says that sunflowers are affected by the heat, and it could definitely make them bloom sooner. But places like the Sunflower Garden plant several times a season, so a premature bloom isn't really that big of a deal. "However, we did have a cooler spring than normal," he said, "So that definitely slowed things down at first." It's not just the temperatures the sunflowers are susceptible to; they really do "follow the sun" throughout the day. Scientists have settled on a few reasons and mechanisms for this behavior. Is it so you'll always be in good lighting for your Instagram pics? No, but you're free to believe that if you want. Jul 26, 2019
Sunflowers In Montgomery County Now In Peak Bloom - Germantown, MD Patch
They are also a great source of food for the wildlife."The Montgomery County area is just one of many sunflower fields the Maryland Department of Natural Resources plants each spring as a food source, primarily for mourning doves, as part of the department's conservation and management programs," the Department of Natural Resources said.Because they are part of these programs, it is strictly prohibited for visitors to damage, disturb, or pick the sunflowers.Visitors should also be advised that McKee-Beshers does not have any trash cans, restrooms, shelters, or tables."(W)hile the wildlife management area is open to the public, there are no amenities such as garbage cans, restrooms, shelters, or tables. Visitors must pack out any trash and take it with them," officials said. "Additionally, anyone visiting these fields should protect themselves from the elements, namely mosquitoes, poison ivy, ticks, and — of course — the sun. Long pants and hiking shoes are strongly recommended.To learn more about the McKee-Beshers, click here.