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Maine, ME Florists

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Maine State Featured Florists

Lougee & Frederick's

69 Main St
Bucksport, ME 04416

Vose Smith Florist

669 Forest Avenue
Portland, ME 04103

First Class Florals

17 Back Meadow Rd
Damariscotta, ME 04543

Village Florist Inc

288 Main St
Yarmouth, ME 04096

Hanna's Flower Shop & Greenhouse

112 Clinton Avenue
Winslow, ME 04901

Maine Flowers News

Mar 8, 2018

International Women's Day: Flowers Will Wilt and Die—the Establishment of Gender Equality Will Inspire Generations

The consolidation of power and establishing true statehood in the newly-proclaimed republic were, indeed, difficult tasks for a people who had remained stateless for so many centuries.Nonetheless, despite the several external and often-ignored internal difficulties and troubles that the new republic faced, the two-and-a-half years of Armenian independence proved to be truly revolutionary: Armenia and its people were able to form government; establish its first-ever parliament; develop a judicial system and a military; and create and sustain several institutions, which continue to serve nation today, including a state university, a national police department, and a country-side press service.One aspect of the first Republic of Armenia that is often ignored, however, is how feminist ideals—principles such as gender equality and women’s rights to take part in social affairs—were embraced by the authorities at the time.The fact remains that nearly a century ago, Armenia became one of the first states in the world to give women the right to vote and the right to be elected—before several countries, such as the United States and many European nations. Three of the 80 elected parliamentarians in Armenia in 1919 were women and the republic even holds claim to the first female diplomat in the modern world—Dr. Diana Apcar (Anahit Agabegian), who helped Japan recognize Armenia’s independence and served as Armenia’s ambassador and consul general in the far east empire.While the willingness to commemorate the centennial of the first republic is palpable throughout the country, Armenia’s celebratory focus is zeroed in on another important holiday today. March 8 marks International Women’s Day—a celebration that, on the surface, is taken quite seriously in Armenia (it’s even a national holiday). Streets are adorned with colorful balloons and decorations; several public events are planned in the various cities and towns across the country; the nation’s leadership, including its president and prime minister, issue grandiose statements and bestow various honors and awards to mark the holiday; and florist shops are stocked with seasonally overpriced inventory on this, perhaps the largest single sales day for flowers.Unfortunately, the nearly month-long celebration, which begins ...

Mar 8, 2018

Gardening: Make plans to visit Lehigh Valley Flower and Garden Show

In a sunny window, our cat Emma enjoyed both worlds as she sunned and breathed in the fresh air but remained firmly planted on her heated bed. I must admit that I too enjoyed the chance to air out the house if only for a few hours.Sue Kittek is a freelance garden columnist, writer, and lecturer. Send questions to Garden Keeper at or mail: Garden Keeper, The Morning Call, PO Box 1260, Allentown, PA 18105.This week in the gardenPlanting:Start seeds for: Ageratum, lobelia, scabiosa, torenia and verbena. Finish sowing seeds for: Snapdragon, statice, strawflowers and tobacco. Next week start: dianthus.Create and follow a schedule for starting seeds. Check packets for instructions such as starting indoors four weeks before last frost date. Then, using a calendar, count back from your area’s date (April 10-15 for southern Lehigh Valley, May 10-15 for northern areas) for the appropriate starting time.Seasonal:Examine trees and shrubs. Note damaged limbs and candidates for winter pruning. Please check proper pruning information for each plant and prune as needed and recommended.Take cuttings of African violets and geraniums.Check germination rate for all stored seeds and replace those that perform badly with fresh seed this year.Check for heaved plants, particularly when soil temperatures are fluctuating between freezing and thawing.Get seeds for plants you intend to grow from seed.Keep pathways, driveways and guttering clear of dead plants and leaves.Cut the flower stalks of amaryllis plants after the flowers fade but keep the greens warm and watered in a sunny area if you plan on keeping them until next year.Move in some of those bulbs you potted this fall for forcing.Chores:div class="trb_ar_page" data-role="paginatio... (Allentown Morning Call)

Feb 8, 2018

Funeral notices for Wednesday, Feb, 7

North Monmouth Community Church, 151 North Main St., Monmouth. Donations may be made in her memory to the Alzheimer’s Association, Maine Chapter, 383 U.S. Route 1, Suite 2C, Scarborough, ME 04074. Albert & Burpee Funeral Home.BERNIER — Vivianne “Vicky” M., 85, of Canton, died Saturday, Feb. 3. Visiting hours will be held at FortinLewiston from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 9. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10, at St. Philip’s Church in Auburn. Burial will take place at Pine Grove Cemetery in Canton in the spring. Arrangements are under the care of The Fortin Group Funeral Home, Cremation and Monument Services, 70 Horton St., Lewiston, 784-4584.BOOTHBY — Edward A., 76, of Auburn, died Wednesday, Jan. 31. At his request there will be no formal services at this time. Burial will take place in the spring.CHABOT-ANDREWS — Dorothy M., 78, a resident of South Paris, died in South Paris on Saturday, Feb. 3. Funeral services honoring Dorothy’s life will be celebrated Thursday at 8 p.m., with Pastor John Case officiating at the Pinette Dillingham & Lynch Funeral Home. Committal services will be held later in the spring at Damon Cemetery in Buckfield. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Dorothy’s memory to the Faith Baptist Church, 42 Washington St... (Lewiston Sun Journal)

Jan 26, 2018

The Room You Never Knew You Needed: Designers Dish on Spaces for Flower Arranging

Martha Stewart (naturally) has a few, too, including one with oak paneling and zinc-topped counters at Skylands, her 1920s estate in Maine. Society architect David Adler specified flower-arranging rooms for his top-drawer clients in prewar Lake Forest, Illinois, as did many of his fellow practitioners.A combination laundry and flower-arranging room designed by Manhattan architect Gil Schafer, featured in his book A Place to Call Home. " data-type="image" data-reactid="256" A combination laundry and flower-arranging room designed by Manhattan architect Gil Schafer, featured in his book A Place to Call Home.Photo: Eric Piasecki, courtesy of RizzoliToday, Manhattan architect Gil Schafer often works flower-arranging rooms into his clients’ floor plans, particularly so in country houses—and his advice, below, for planning the perfect space focuses on the practicalities.A sink that’s wide and flat and has good clear space over it so tall flowers or greenery don’t get snagged on something over the sink. (It also helps to have no overhead cabinets on either side of the sink, so you can arrange flowers in a tall vase on the counter without worrying about banging into cabinets.)A work table for setting out vases before arranging and where you can set the finished arrangements.Tap water that hasn’t been treated with softeners is important—the salt isn’t great for flowers and plants. We always try to pipe water to the flower-room faucets separately to avoid the water-softening system.Open shelves or glass-front cabinets are perfect for storing vases. I always like to make sure there are some shelves that allow tall vases.Drawers for clippers, string, and all the other necessary tools.A good trash drawer near the sink. That way, as you clip the stems you aren’t making a mess all over the floor.An easy-to-c...

Jan 26, 2018

Gardening: Flower shows offer spring in deep winter

I’ll attend “Garden Design 101 Class: Creating an Ever-Blooming, Low-Maintenance Garden” with Kerry Mendez.The following week is the Portland, Maine Flower Show from March 22 to 25. This is in a new location since I last attended, on the waterfront. The theme this year is “Rooted in Maine.” There will be 14 display gardens, 115 exhibits of plants, hardscape, arbor and garden supplies, and many workshops and seminars.A show I only recently heard about is near Albany in Troy, New York. In its 31st year, it is called the Capital District Garden and Flower Show and will be held March 23 to 25 at Hudson Valley Community College. I hope to go. From their photos and write-up, I imagine it will be similar in size and scope to the Vermont Flower Show — which is now an every-other year show, and is not occurring this year.Bangor, Maine, has an annual flower show, though I’ve never attended. This year it will be held in the Alfond Arena in Orono, Maine, on April 20 to 22. If you go, please contact me so I’ll learn more about it.Last year I crossed one more item off my “Bucket List”. My partner Cindy Heath and I flew to London and attended the Chelsea Flower Show. It is in a league by itself, both in size and scope. Mostly outdoors, it includes displays with full-sized trees planted for the week. Under a big tent are displays of flowers of every ilk: hellebores, alliums, iris, narcissus, tulips, vegetables, carnivorous plants and much, much more. To see my article about the show and see a dozen photos, go to Chelsea Show is held this year May 22 to 26. If you plan to go, join the Royal Horticulture Society to get reduced prices and access before the rest of the world (the first two days are just for RHS members). One member can bring in three guests. The Brits love their flowers, and know how to celebrate them. Bring a flowered dress or vest and bowtie, and walk around drinking champagne if you wish — many people do.I called my friend Jill Nooney of Bedrock Gardens in Lee, New Hampshire, to talk about the flower shows. Jill has exhibited at the Boston Show seven times, winning many awards for her garden designs. I asked her, why go to the flower shows? “Nobody can resist the smell of humid mulch-filled air in the middle of March,” she said. I agree. We all need that taste of spring before all the snow has gone.— Henry Homeyer’s blog appears twice a week at Write to him at P.O. Box 364, Cornish Flat, NH 03746. Please include a SASE if you wish a mailed response. Or (The Providence Journal)