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1601 W. County Rd. CRoseville, MN 55113
1806 Upton Ave N Unit 1Minneapolis, MN 55411
7974 Victoria DriveVictoria, MN 55386
833 Washington AveDetroit Lakes, MN 56501
200 North Concord StreetFergus Falls, MN 56537
Minnesota Flowers News
Aug 17, 2018
Sunday Shift: What's It Gonna Take for the Patriots to Keep Trey Flowers and Shaq Mason?
The most recent example for a comparison to Flowers' potential deal is Minnesota Vikings defensive end Danielle Hunter. He signed a five-year, $72 million extension in June, including $40 million guaranteed. His $14.4 million AAV, however, puts him at only 13th-best in the NFL and $100,000 behind his teammate, Everson Griffen.
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Trey Flowers looks on during Super Bowl LII. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
For Flowers to end up in just the top-20 highest-paid defensive linemen, he'll have to top the $10.25 million AAV for the Green Bay Packers' Mike Daniels. But if Flowers has a career year in 2018 and tests the open market, he may be able to get something closer to top-of-the-market money. So although $11-15 million per season sounds like a lot of money for the Patriots to commit to one player not named Tom Brady or Rob Gronkowski ... if they landed somewhere in that range for Flowers, it would actually be reasonable compared to the landscape of the league. And - dare I say - team-friendly?
The question is, would Belichick be willing to shell out something like Hunter's deal to keep Flowers around? He's paid well over $10 million (in real cash) in a single season before. Richard Seymour earned an astronomical $24.6 million in bonuses in the 2006 season, although his cash earnings in his final three seasons with the Pats (2006-08) totaled $26.2 million - an annual average of about $8.74 million. Vince Wilfork made $19 million (including an $18 million signing bonus) in the first year of his biggest contract with the Patriots back in 2010, but over his final five years in New England he earned about $7.9 million annually.
Paying Flowers over $10 million in cash for 4-5 years would be fairly unprecedented for Belichick and a defensive lineman, but the Seymour and Wilfork contracts at least indicate that he's willing to pay up for a player he feels can anchor his positional group. There's also the fact that Belichick has paid near that amount for other mainstays, like Nate Solder ($9.15 million AAV from 2015-17) and Devin McCourty ($9.99 million AAV from 2015-17). Stephon Gilmore, whose signing was more of an outlier compared to other Patriots acquisitions, is set to earn $41.8 million from 2017-19, an annual average of about $13.9 million.
Sometim... Jul 6, 2018
Gardens run the gamut: 2018 tour features exotics and natives, commercial displays and private retreats
Carol Gaffaney, co-chair of the garden tour committee that is part of the University of Minnesota Extension's Master Gardener program.On one end of the tour, the Alexandria Golf Club accents its beautiful course with flowers and landscaping. Meanwhile in Farwell, Tara and Dennis Bitzan tend big country gardens and tuck flowers, birdhouses and wooden and iron items along a walking trail. Perry Evans specializes in cut flowers, while Country Blossom Farm grows apples and berries for market. Native plants dominate Bill and Jessie Blanchard's 1,300-square-foot garden."All of these natives were chosen because they were attractive to various pollinators," Bill Blanchard said.Each year, 300 or more people take the Tour of Gardens, Gaffaney said. Gardeners answer questions, and two master gardeners are always at every property.At just a third of the way into the growing season, the gardens still have plenty to offer."Things have grown so much in the last week, I'm amazed," she added.The tour runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour participants visit the gardens in the order they wish, paying $5 at the first garden they visit. Children are admitted free. Pets are enc... Jun 14, 2018
How to fertilize trees, shrubs, flowers and fruits
North Dakota State University and the University of Minnesota both have soil-testing labs.• Don't fertilize during dry periods. Plants can't use fertilizer without adequate moisture. Fertilize before a rain, or water after application.• Organic fertilizers are derived from plant or animal sources. Manure, compost and other organics are usually lower in fertilizer analysis with nutrients released slower but are longer-lasting, plus they enrich soil tilth.• Inorganic or chemical fertilizers are derived from minerals or manufactured products. They react faster than most organics and are higher in analysis, but dissipate quicker and they generally don't improve soil tilth.• Both organic material and inorganic fertilizer can be combined effectively, if desired.• Apply fertilizer to trees, shrubs, fruits and perennials when spring's flush of rapid growth begins, and then monthly through June.• July 4 is the cutoff date for fertilizing trees, shrubs, fruits and perennial flowers. Fertilizing later stimulates growth that might not have sufficient time to toughen or harden off before winter.• Fertilizer is especially effective on younger trees, shrubs, fruits and perennials. Older, large, established plants usually grow fine without fertilizer additions.• Starter fertilizers help vegetable and flower transplants establish quicker.• If in doubt about quantity, always err on the low side, as too much can burn plants. Follow the label.• Granular fertilizer is best cultivated shallowly into the soil surface after application and watered in.• Fertilizer spikes provide nutrition, but materials don't move laterally a great distance, limiting spikes' efficiency.• For vegetable gardens, fertilizer can be broadcast and tilled in before planting, or side-dressed in bands beside rows or in a circle around individuals. Follow label directions, which for 10-10-10 is about 2 cups (1 pound) per 100 square feet or about a half cup per 10 running feet of row.• For trees, apply 1 cup of 10-10-10 for every inch of trunk diameter (measured 4½ feet above ground level) and distribute evenly around the root zone inside and outside of the canopy's dripline, not next to the trunk.• For shrubs, spread 1 cup of 10-10-10 evenly around large, 5- to 6-foot-high established shrubs. Apply a half cup to small and less-established shrubs.• For perennial flowers, rhubarb and asparagus, spread 1 cup of 10-10-10 per 100 square feet of bed, or band each plant with a fourth to a half cup. Cultivate in and water.• For strawberry patches, follow vegetable garden guidelines. May 24, 2018
This local botanical garden was just voted one of the best in North America
Longwood Gardens - Kennett Square, PennsylvaniaMinnesota Landscape Arboretum - Chaska, MinnesotaMissouri Botanical Garden - St. LouisVallarta Botanical Gardens - Puerto Vallarta, MexicoDenver Botanic Gardens - DenverAtlanta Botanical Garden - AtlantaDesert Botanical Garden - PhoenixFairchild Tropical Botanic Garden - Coral Gables, FloridaBrookgreen Gardens - Murrells Inlet, S.C.Bloedel Reserve - Bainbridge Island, Washington
Brookgreen Gardens "Night's of a Thousand Candles" started Thursday, Dec.1, 2016. Patrons walked the paths of the sculpture gardens amid over 5,500 hand-lit candles and lighting decorations. The event also includes live music acts, and food available from local restaurants. -
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... Apr 20, 2018
April Showers Can Be Good For May Flowers, But Not Consumers ...
In most cases, devices will need to be repaired or replaced, an expensive proposition costing over $700 on average.One Safeware customer in Winona, Minnesota was walking around campus on one of the first warm spring days with his laptop in his bag. He was halfway across campus when it began to downpour. He rushed to the nearest building, but by the time he reached safety his bookbag was already completely soaked. After returning home and letting his laptop dry out, it would not successfully turn on.While these types of accidents are unexpected, they certainly aren’t uncommon. Another customer in Chapel Hill, North Carolina was up late studying for exams one spring evening when she finally decided to go to bed. After shutting her laptop off and quickly falling asleep, a heavy rainstorm ensued overnight and rain leaked in through the window. When the customer woke up in the morning, her laptop was sitting in a puddle of rain on her desk and it was inoperable.A third customer in Wilmington, North Carolina had experienced a week with nothing but torrential rainstorms. When the weekend rolled around, his dog couldn’t wait to go on a walk. After a quick lap around the block, the dog ran back inside soaking wet and began to shake dry in close proximity to the customer’s open laptop. As a result, his laptop became soaked and would not power on.“With almost twenty percent of claims received from college students coming from liquid damage, it is no surprise that rainy spring weather contributes to so many electronic mishaps,” says Safeware’s Chief Executive Officer, Bryan Schutjer. “Fortunately, our protection plans are created with these incidents in mind and we are proud to offer comprehensive coverage for students. College is already a stressful time of life, so we strive to give students piece of mind ...