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Maine State Featured Florists
1755 Post Rd Unit 9Wells, ME 04090
169 Farmington Falls RdFarmington, ME 04938
360 Route 3China, ME 04358
112 Clinton AvenueWinslow, ME 04901
39 Depot StBridgton, ME 04009
Maine Flowers News
Oct 12, 2018
Three wines to stock up on for Thanksgiving, plus 2 more to sip on warm days
Virginia at City Vino in Fredericksburg, Department of Beer and Wine in Alexandria, In Vino Veritas in Keswick, Unwined (Alexandria, Belleview).
Domaine de Mus Rosé 2017
Pays d'Oc, France, $13 in 750-milliliter bottle, or $28 in three-liter box
This blend of grenache and cinsault is a delicious Provencal rosé, with racy flavors of melon and herbs and a slightly tart finish. The importer has sold out of the bottles, but the wine is still available in three-liter boxes, with more on the way. Consider that a nearly 50 percent discount on four bottles. That's a steal. Keep the boxes in mind for holiday parties, from Oktoberfest through New Year's. This is fun, food-friendly, delicious wine. ABV: 12.5 percent.Imported and distributed by Kysela: Available in the District at Cleveland Park Wine and Spirits, Magruder's, Rodman's. Available in Maryland at 5 O'Clock Wines & Spirits in Owings Mills; Dawson's Liquors in Severna Park; Hunt Valley Wine, Liquor & Beer in Cockeysville; Maple Lawn Wine & Spirits in Fulton; Montgomery Plaza Liquors in Catonsville; Montpelier Liquors in Laurel; Old Farm Liquors in Frederick; Wine Bin in Ellicott City; Wine Cellars of Annapolis; Wine Source in Baltimore. Available in Virginia at Screwtop Wine Bar & Cheese Shop in Arlington, Streets Market and Unwined in Alexandria, 3 Chopt Mart and Libbie Market in Richmond, Bon Vivant Market in Smithfield.
Stobi Rosé 2017
This is an unusual wine, not just because we don't see many from Macedonia. It is a blend of the white rkatsiteli grape (native to Georgia) and the native Balkan red vranec. The mash-up is delicious, a basketful of fresh-picked berries with a squirt of citrus. ABV: 12 percent.Imported by Winebow, distributed by Winebow in the District, Country Vintner in Maryland and Virginia: Available in the District at Rodman's, Town & Country Market, U Street Wine & Beer; on the list at Ambar, Bistro Boheme, Hank's Oyster Bar (Pennsylvania Avenue), Sospeso. Available in Virginia at Dominion Wine and Beer in Falls Church, Euro Foods in Alexandria; on the list at Ambar in Arlington, Bastille, Cosmopolitan Grill, Old House Cosmopolitan and Society Fair in Alexandria.
Availability information is based on distributor records. Wines might not be in stock at every listed store and might be sold at additional stores. Prices are approximate. Check Winesearcher.com to verify availability, or ask a favorite wine store to order through a distributor.
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... Sep 10, 2018
Funeral notices for Saturday, Aug. 18
ALLEN - Gary Clarke, 71, of Lewiston died Saturday, Aug. 11, at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston. A celebration of Gary's life will be held at the Albert & Burpee Funeral Home from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18. Burial will be at a later date at Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Augusta. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his honor to the Greater Androscoggin Humane Society, 55 Strawberry Ave., Lewiston, ME 04240. Albert & Burpee Funeral Home.
BLONDIN - Marie Anna, of Lewiston, passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 15. Visitation Fortin/Lewiston, Monday, Aug. 20, 4 to 7 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday, Aug. 21, at 11 a.m. in the lower chapel of the Basilica of Ss. Peter & Paul. Committal at St. Peter’s Cemetery. A service of The Fortin Group Funeral H... Sep 10, 2018
Summer flowers have gone by, so what to grow now?
Norway maple – so it will do OK in mostly shade, if not full shade.
The two rudbeckias commonly grown in Maine are R. fulgida, with the most common cultivar being “Goldsturm”; and R. hirta, with “Indian Summer” and “Herbstonne” as common cultivars. Fulgida is a true perennial and will live forever, while hirta is a biennial, living two years but self-seeding.
We grow both in our garden. The true perennial is in our formalized beds, while the biennial wanders around the vegetable garden by self-seeding itself.
Echinacea is another perennial that will blossom late into the season, though not as late as rudbeckia. Like rudbeckia it has daisy-shaped flowers with a prominent cone – thus the common name coneflower – but it comes in a wider range of colors. Hybridizers have created echinaceas in red, green, pink, white and more.
Many of the exotic ones do not thrive – so if you want to have varieties that will live forever, go with purple/pink – the color of the original species.
Asters are the most common native, late-flowering perennial – and the options abound. The New England aster (Symphyotrichum novae angliae, because the taxonomists decided that aster wasn’t quite right, although everyone still calls them asters) is the most common, and can grow up to 6 feet tall, although some cultivars are 2 feet tall. They come in blue, purple, white and pink and are gorgeous in a mass. Asters are an excellent pollinator plant at a time when not many flowers are in bloom. The New York aster (S. novi-belgii) is a similar plant, but blooms a little later than the New England variety.
Rudbeckia, or black-eyed Susan, mingles with other late-blooming flowers in a fall garden. It will keep blossoming until frost. Lijuan Guo/Shutterstock.com
With all the publicity about the trouble monarch butterflies are facing, every gard... Jul 6, 2018
This pretty plant is dangerous — and it's growing in more than a dozen Mass. communities
The plant has also invaded several other states, including New York, Pennsylvania, Maine, Oregon, and Washington, according to research from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. It first landed in the United States from Asia and Europe in the early 20th century as an ornamental garden plant, the New York Department of Environmental Conservation said.Fortunately, Forman Orth said, the number of cases in Massachusetts is slowly decreasing.
"People should be aware of what it looks like, and if they see it they should report it," Forman Orth said, "but as long as they avoid contact with it, there shouldn't be any significant issues."Elise Takahama can be reached at email@example.com.
... Jun 14, 2018
Flowers, Lerner Endorse Heeren for State House
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