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Florists in Adrian, MI

Find local Adrian, Michigan florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Adrian and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Adrian Flower Shops

Barrett's Flowers & Greenhouse

1033 W. Beecher
Adrian, MI 49221
(517) 265-5595

Flowers & Such, Inc.

910 S. Main St
Adrian, MI 49221
(517) 263-0274

Maple City Floral

155 N Main Street
Adrian, MI 49221
(517) 265-7103

Adrian MI News

Apr 20, 2018

These miniature flowers are perfect for small spaces (and budgets)

Now if we could get Taylor Swift to grow daffodils, the whole world would grow them,” she said. Meanwhile, think small.@adrian_higgins on Twitter More from Lifestyle: Forget the perfect trophy garden. Today’s finest landscapes are positively wild. Vegetables for patio gardens are more abundant than ever There are yards and then there are gardens. This is the difference. Think you have no room for a garden? Take another look at that balcony. Fake flowers used to be considered tacky. Not anymore.

Jan 12, 2018

Local shops see boost, smiles during holiday rush

When there are special events, it makes a big difference,” store employee Adrianne Wisnewski said. This year, owner Denise Cardona decided to add Sunday hours, but Sundays turned out to be slow days, Wisnewski said. Holidays sales were up from last year at downtown’s Wildflower gift shop, owner Adele Wise said. “People seemed in good spirits and it didn’t seem as rushed,” she said. “We had less actual Christmas merchandise but we sold a lot of candles, jewelry and (home décor). Everything sold throughout the store.” Wildflower is also known for is distinctive card selection, another popular choice. At Auburn Blooms in Old Town, owner Lisa McNabb said the holiday season was a good one for the florist and gift shop.  “We were more prepared and things went pretty smoothly,” she said. “Even Country Christmas (held two weekends during December) didn’t seem so chaotic. … There seemed to be more people out there, but not as many in the store.” Nevertheless, sales of fresh flowers and gifts were brisk.     “We sold everything,” she said. “There’s not much Christmas stuff left. I’m now stocking up for the next holiday (Valentine’s Day).” At Back Country rocks and minerals, owner Dave Holtzinger described holiday business as better than last year for the store. “The day Trump signed the tax bill, the next two days had happier (customers) than the day before,” he said. “People were happy and in a better mood. I can’t say it was the same for everyone, but that’s how it appeared to me.” Stocking stuffers were flying off the shelves during December at Totally Cool Gifts in Old Town, store employee Arla Gibson said. “Every day I worked, it was really busy,” she said. “During Country Christmas, it was extremely busy. I would come in after the weekend, and so many things were gone. We sell a little bit of everything because we have a little bit of everything. The old-fashioned candies are really popular, as are our gag gifts and we sold a lot of socks.” ... (Auburn Journal)

Aug 25, 2017

At the US Botanic Garden, a pungent corpse flower brings a touch of the Gothic

By Adrian Higgins, Not to be eclipsed by Monday’s tango between the sun and the moon, the first of three corpse flowers opened unexpectedly Saturday night at the U.S. Botanic Garden and then spent Sunday in languid and stinky decline.By noon its central spire had begun to droop and its ruffled cape became frayed at the edges. In spite of its retreat, the corpse flower, or titan arum, remained impressive as the world’s largest flower and drew thousands of visitors to the botanic garden’s conservatory at 100 Maryland Ave. SW.Word quickly spread on social media that the bloom had unfurled and a line had formed by the 10 a.m. opening time. As the number of visitors thickened, the potency of the bloom’s notorious pulsating odor began to wane. Those who did catch the smell likened it to very old fish. “We did get a little whiff, which was, er, fun,” said Casi Hutchings, who arrived with her husband, Nick Hutchings, to catch the spectacle.The Arlington couple had tried to see the botanic garden’...

Jul 14, 2017

Family holds funeral for man shot on I-495 in PG County, says Redskins owner sent flowers

PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Md. (ABC7) — The family of Adriano Lombre, the man shot to death inside his car on Interstate 495 in Prince George's County, is holding a funeral for the father of four on Sunday. The service is being held at the at Strickland Funeral Services at 6500 Allentown Road in Temple Hills with a Wake at 10:00 a.m. and the actual service at 11:00 a.m., according to a Facebook post by a family member. The 55-year-old Lombre was murdered as he drove on the outer loop of the Beltway, just north of Pennsylvania Avenue on July 1. Police found him dead in his car while it was stopped in a travel lane. He’d been shot multiple times and his car peppered with bullet holes.Police believe the father of four may have been randomly chosen and are searching for possible witnesses to the crime.Lombre was a Redskins fan and was driving his white Mercury Grand Marquis with a large Washington Redskins logo on the back windshield with the words "Skin Fan For Life" written next to it. Lombre's family says Washington Redskins owner Dan Sny... (WJLA)

Jun 16, 2017

DEATH NOTICES: Friday June 16th 2017

Donamana ) much loved husband of Angela, devoted father of Gwen, Avril, Mark and David, loving father-in-law of Billy, Heather, Julie and the late Adrian, adored granda of Trevor, Jason, Kirsty, Ashleigh, James, Chelsie Leah. Funeral arrangements later. Family flowers only, donations in lieu if desired to Donemana Presbyterian Church c/o Mr. William Colhoun, 38, Castlewarren Road, Donamana, Strabane, Co. Tyrone BT82 0PJ - All enquires to D. & R. Hay, Funeral Directors 028 71312567. Dearly loved and will be sadly missed by his entire family circle. God’s garden must be beautiful he only picks the best.BROWN, Marjorie (née Johnston) - June 15, 2017, peacefully, at hospital, late of Rylands Nursing Home, Kells and formerly of 29 Causeway Road, Bushmills, beloved wife of the late Rev. John Brown, loving mother of John and Catherine, mother-in-law of Mae and Gordon, grandmother of Emma, Daniel and James and great-grandmother of Tillie. Service of Thanksgiving in Croaghmore Presbyterian Church on Sunday at 2.30 p.m., followed by interment in Toberkeigh Presbyterian Churchyard. Family flowers only please. Donations, if wished, by making cheques payable to Croaghmore Presbyterian Church, c/o Ms. Charlene Wade, 3 Upper Abbey Street, Coleraine, BT52 1BF. Lovingly remembered by all the fam...

Jun 2, 2017

Meet Adriana Quiñones, interim director of the Cape Fear Botanical Garden

Adriana Quiñones hated flowers as a child. Now she loves making the Cape Fear Botanical Garden bloom. Paul Woolverton Staff writer @FO_Woolverton Adriana Quiñones, the woman in charge of making flowers bloom year-round at the Cape Fear Botanical Garden in Fayetteville, wanted nothing to do with flowers when she was a child.It’s because her mother took up breeding daffodils when Quiñones was young.“She loved daffodils, everything about daffodils,” Quiñones said. The family’s yard was filled with the flowers, and springtimes were consumed with daffodil season.“Well, it just so happens my birthday is in April, which is the height of daffodil season in Ohio. So multiple times, my mom forgot my birthday,” Quiñones said.“I never had a Sweet 16 or anything like that," she said. "Totally forgotten in the midst of daffodil seasons. I grew up hating anything to do with flowers. Hating it.”But now Quiñones, who is 51, not only loves plants and flowers, she studied their genetics in... (Fayetteville Observer)