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Michigan State Featured Florists

A Touch Of Glass Florist

3254 West Rd
Trenton, MI 48183

A Petal Pusher

27122 Dequindre Road
Warren, MI 48092

Wesley Berry Flowers

15305 Schoolcraft
Detroit, MI 48227

Wedel's Garden Center

5020 Texas Dr
Kalamazoo, MI 49009

Kraatz Florist

301 Cass Ave
Mount Clemens, MI 48043

Michigan Flowers News

Dec 8, 2017

Holiday traditions continue with The Nutcracker at Bridges

Houston Ballet, who will grace the roles of Dew Drop, Snow Queen and Mrs Stahlbaum. Gracie Holway, who hails from Michigan, will dance the Sugar Plum Fairy, among other roles, and Jessica Gadzinski will perform the role of the Arabian Princess and Dew Drop.IPB’s two new soloists are Kelsey Dorr from Lake Forest in Orange County, who among other roles will dance a Rose in Waltz of the Flowers, and Lawrence Chen—a young artist from Chino Hills who is also pursuing a mathematics degree at Pomona College—will be dancing The Nutcracker Prince, the Spanish Soloist, Russian and the Soldier Doll. “We are always excited to share our beautiful production of the Nutcracker with loyal fans and new audiences,” Artistic Director Victoria Koenigs said. “This year we are thrilled to introduce five outstanding new dancers who have just joined the company. You don’t want to miss these inspiring dancers who all bring fresh and unique qualities to their roles.”The Nutcracker was first presented in 1892 at the Maryinsky Theater in St. Petersburg, Russia. The ballet was an adaptation of the 1816 story, The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, by E.T.A. Hoffman. The ballet was choreographed by Lev Ivanov with music by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Marius Petipa, the reigning choreographer at the Maryinsky, fell ill, so the job passed to Ivanov. Tchaikovsky only reluctantly accepted the commission to compose the score which, when completed, he considered “infinitely worse than Sleeping Beauty.”At the premiere, the ballet was deemed a complete failure. More than 60 years and many productions would pass before The Nutcracker would become a staple of the repertoire in ballet companies around the world and one of the universal traditions of the holiday season.IPB’s educational outreach program, “A Young Person’s Guide to the Ballet,” is back this season for students from local area schools. Students are encouraged to participate in simple movement activities in their seats and then view the professional ballet performance, followed by a question and answer session. Teachers also have access to a free study guide to continue the conversation back in the classroom with pre- and post-performance activities aligned through the California State Content Standards for Dance, California Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and the California English Language Development Standards. For many of these students, this will be the first time they get to experience live performance art, being in a theater and learning about ballet.Children’s tickets for IPB’s The Nutcracker start at $23, senior tickets start at $38 and adult tickets start at $41, with premium seats at $59. Group discounts are available.Performances take place from December 9 and 10 at 2 p.m. and December 9 at 7:30 p...

Oct 19, 2017

THE POTTING SHED: Plant daffodil bulbs in fall for spring showing

Zone location is 3 to 8, and will repeat blooming year after year. Ideal planting time in Michigan is September and October, and October is often preferred before the ground freezes. The recent 90-degree temperatures throughout September weren’t exactly ideal for planting bulbs.Step 3: LocationEntryways and borders in front of the house are commonly planted areas since a wave of spring color is urgently needed after the “flowerless” winter. It’s a happy looking flower that is perfect for a warm welcome in front of the house.Perennial gardens are ideal because spring bloom doesn’t interfere with the growth cycle of perennials.Windowboxes and pots are acceptable but in pots, they will need winter protection.Naturalizing occurs in meadows, wooded areas, near ponds and streams.Step 4: Grow1. Dig a hole 6 inches deep.2. Set daffodil bulb into the soil, pointy end up.3. Cover with soil and water if soil is dry.Planting Tips:· Informal group planting is best. Clusters of bulbs in triangular, oval, or rectangular shapes will have a fuller, lush appearance than stick soldiers in a row.· Daffodils prefer well-drained soil, although they can grow anywhere.· For succession of bloom, select varieties that bloom at different times (early, mid and late season). In my landscape, I prefer to have early blooming daffodils since I want them gone by the time I start my planting of annuals in the front of the house. Therefore, I will place them closer to the house’s foundation, just in case the leaves have not died down yet.Step 5: Aftercare· Daffodils can remain in the ground year after year. Bulbs do not have to be dug up.· After flowers have wilted, remove spent blooms. This will make the plant look neater.· Allow foliage to continue growing until it dies back naturally. This foliage is necessary in order to build up food storage reserves so they can produce more flowers the following year.· After foliage withers and all traces of green are gone, it can be cut down to soil level.Garden calendarThe Garden Club of Dearborn will welcome guest speaker, Cyndy Nemon, from the Grosse Ile Garden Club, who will present “The Fit Gardener” at the Oc... (Dearborn Press and Guide)

Sep 8, 2017

Flowers go beyond the vase at Cranbrook's new 'Art in the Elements'

Oakland County Animal Control and Pet Adoption Center. Esshaki has worked for C & G Newspapers since 2011 and attended the University of Michigan-Dearborn and Oakland Community College. She’s the recipient of several awards from the Michigan Press Association and the Detroit chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.Full bio and more articles by this reporterFor more local news coverage, see the following newspaper:... (C&G Newspapers)

Jul 27, 2017

Woman accused of stealing flowers from graves gets jail time

Photo: AP Woman accused of stealing flowers from graves gets jail timeBack to GalleryFLINT, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan woman accused of stealing flowers from local cemeteries that authorities say she used to decorate her home has been sentenced to jail.A judge in Flint sentenced Lisa Corcoran of Vienna Township on Monday to nine months in jail, with credit for 36 days already served. The Flint Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2uRk92h ) she pleaded guilty in June to attempted larceny of items valued at between $1,000 and $20,000.The 44-year-old Corcoran also will serve three years of probation and perform community service.She was originally charged with larceny after authorities say more than 100 items, including a handmade bench as well as flowers, were taken earlier from 24 gravesites at two cemeteries. Corcoran was arrested after someone saw a car full of flowers leaving a cemetery.___Information from: The Flint Journal, http://www.mlive.com/flint... (Online Athens)

Jul 27, 2017

Fresh cut flower farms spring up around Detroit

Based in Fredon, New Jersey, Dowling said he knows several flower farmers in Michigan — the association lists more than 50 on its website — and the harsh winters aren’t deterrents.“Even though you have a shorter growing season, they can sell a lot in those five months,” he said. “The biggest thing about having any cut flower farm is having a place to sell (flowers). If you have a beautiful flower farm in Detroit, but no customers willing to pay for what you’re growing, you’re not going to succeed.”Pappas isn’t the only fresh cut flower farmer in the city. There’s Detroit Abloom in the Jefferson Chalmers neighborhood. Ambassador Fridge, Coriander Farm and Fisheye Farms also grow flowers, as well as produce, in Detroit.Sue Hudnut from the Greening of Detroit, a nonprofit that plants community gardens in the city, said these farms not only beautify areas, but they often utilize vacant land. Pappas’ farm, for instance, sits on formerly vacant lots.“Whether it is a vegetable garden, a flower garden or just a beautiful green space that is maintained, it shows the community a work ethic and provides a small number of jobs,” Hudnut said.“Kids also can see that there are different ways of earning a living beyond an office or a factory. What an exciting thing to have on your block for a city kid.”span class="mycapture-non-priority-horizontal-image m... (The Detroit News)