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Mississippi, MS Florists

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Mississippi Cities

Mississippi State Featured Florists

D'lisa Classic

205 West College Street
Booneville, MS 38829

Weaver's Merle Norman Cosmetic Studios

1798 Highway 72 East
Corinth, MS 38834

The Floral Studio

903 Holland Ave
Philadelphia, MS 39350

Superl Florist

159 W Peace St
Canton, MS 39046

Byas Flower Shop

407 Front Street Extension
Indianola, MS 38751

Mississippi Flowers News

May 31, 2019

These Flowers Have Been Growing for 103 Years - The New York Times

Belma Fashions. On a recent morning, the firm’s 61-year-old president, Warren Brand, was leading a tour there for a group of fashion students from Mississippi State University. They had come to see a unicorn, a scrappy holdout, a working museum of old-fashioned artisanship that somehow had to turn a modern-day profit.Schmalberg, a fourth-generation family business founded in 1916, makes artificial flowers from silk and other fabrics for clients including milliners, theatrical costume designers, fashion stylists, bridal houses and designer labels like Oscar de la Renta, Ralph Lauren and Marc Jacobs. The flowers adorned the Thom Browne hybrid suit-dress that Zazie Beetz wore to the Met Gala, and they have decorated the angel wings of a Victoria’s Secret runway model and the uniforms of Marriott employees, who wear leather camellias pinned to their suits. One year, Schmalberg made 200,000 tiny silk petals for Vera Wang to stitch into its dresses. More recently, the firm created leather leaves for the display windows of the jeweler Harry Winston’s Paris boutique.ImageWarren Brand, left, and his son Adam, who run M & S Schmalberg.CreditVincent Tullo for The New York TimesBut in the age of fast fashion and offshoring, the business of Manhattan fabric flora is not exactly bustling. Michael Kaback, a retired garment district worker who has become the area’s unofficial historian, said there were once upward of 10 a...

Mar 29, 2019

MYSTERY PLANT: Mystery Plant known for its fragrance, used in sachets - Aiken Standard

This is a shrub native to the Southeast, and is fairly common in many places from northern Virginia down through lower Mississippi. It likes to grow in rich woods, and often in the shade. Just about every part of this plant is fragrant: the bark, the leaves and, of course, the flowers. Funny thing is, the fragrance can vary widely from plant to plant in a given population and even from season to season.Its deciduous leaves are egg-shaped and somewhat pointed, usually scratchy above and softly downy beneath, although this is variable, too. The flowers, which somewhat resemble miniature magnolia blossoms, are typically maroon and reddish, sometimes varying to purple or even greenish. (In 1872, the famous Harvard botanist Asa Gray referred to the purplish flowers as “lurid.” I guess it depends on your meaning of the word “lurid.”)The flowers fit into a syndrome that some of the botanists in my department have been actively studying: reddish-brown flowers, opening in the spring, that are heavily fragrant and which attract a number of different kinds of pollinators. (Paw-paw would be an example, and there are several species of our native Trilliums that do this, too.) Such colorful and smelly flowers often attract beetles and flies, a sort of carrion flower syndrome.After the flowers are finished, fruits are produced. These fruits are sort of odd: elongated and bag-like, they contain a number of smooth, brown seeds which eventually dribble out of an opening at the end. These plants are rather easy to grow, I think. There are several horticultu...

Jan 25, 2019

Organigram Now Providing Humidity Control on All Dry Flower... - New Cannabis Ventures

Established in 1994, Desiccare is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company has manufacturing and distribution facilities in Jackson, Mississippi & Tijuana, Mexico and an additional distribution Center in Pomona, CA. Desiccare is currently the third largest desiccant manufacturer in the world but is first in providing short lead times to manufacture and deliver products to the customer. Desiccare follows current Good Manufacturing Practices. Desiccare (Cage Code: 1GQT7) is one of only a few desiccant manufacturers that is on the Mil-D-3464E Qualified Products List for manufacturing desiccants for the Military. Desiccare is approved by the Food and Drug Administration for Type III Packaging (Desiccare has a Drug Master File Number). Desiccare Inc. is committed to operating in an environmentally responsible manner and is now ISO 14001 certified. About Organigram Holdings Inc. Organigram Holdings Inc. is a TSX Venture Exchange listed company whose wholly owned subsidiary, Organigram Inc., is a licensed producer of cannabis and cannabis-derived products in Canada. Organigram is focused on producing the highest-quality, indoor-grown cannabis for patients and adult recreational consumers in Canada, as well as developing international business partnerships to extend the company’s global footprint. Organigram has also developed a portfolio of legal adult use recreational cannabis brands including The Edison Cannabis Company, Ankr Organics, Trailer Park Buds and Trailblazer. Organigram’s primary facility is located in Moncton, New Brunswick and the Company is regulated by the Cannabis Act and the Cannabis Regulations (Canada). Original press release Published by NCV Newswire The NCV Newswire by New Cannabis Ventures aims to curate high quality content and information about leading cannabis companies to help our readers filter out the noise and to stay on top of the most important cannabis business news. The NCV Newswire is hand-curated by an editor and not automated in anyway. Have a confidential news tip? Get in touch. Get Our Sunday Newsletter #mc_embed_signup{background:#fff; clear:left; } /* Add your own MailChimp form style overrides in your site stylesheet or in this style block. We recommend moving this block and the preceding CSS link to the HEAD of your HTML file. */ ...

Jan 25, 2019

MYSTERY PLANT: Mystery Plant produces purplish berries called 'tunas' - Aiken Standard

It is native from the American Southwest to about Mississippi, and grows now in cultivation just about throughout all the warm parts of the United States. It forms something of a shrub, although there really aren't any true "leaves" to see. Fleshy pads are actually modified stems. The eye-like dots on the pads represent nodes, much like the eyes on an Irish potato. Yellowish spines (potentially dangerous) are sometimes present at the nodes. Otherwise, bundles of tiny, almost microscopic, modified plant hairs will be found in clusters at the nodes.These tiny hairs, or "glochids," are also potential problems: a cactus pad without spines should still be handled with great care (and sturdy gloves), as the glochids will dig themselves into your skin and can be very irritating.This is just about the easiest plant there is to grow. All you need is one of the pads, buried partially into the ground. Give it a little while (and some water), and there you are. In really warm areas, the plants sometimes form a small tree featuring a distinct trunk. The plants seem to be able to tolerate winter temperatures into the 20s, but not below that.All cacti are flowering plants, of course, and as such, produce flowers. The flowers of our Mystery Plant are extremely showy, bright yellow and feature plenty of petals as well as lots of stamens and pollen. T...

Jan 25, 2019

Enjoy gardening? Join the Horticultural Society - Millstone News

Ontario community involvement requirement. With the cooperation of the Mississippi Mills Beautification Committee, Society members assemble thank-you gifts, and select, photograph and submit winners to the Canadian Gazette and Millstone News for the ‘Yard of the Week'. We hope to continue our partnership with Naismith School by continuing to plant flower and vegetable seeds with the Junior and Senior Kindergarten classes in the spring. These seedlings are then planted in the kindergarten play area and planters constructed by volunteers in front of the play area. When the students return to school in September, they enjoy fresh vegetables. Meetings are held the 4th Monday of the month (except in July and December at 7:30 P.M. at the Cornerstone Community Church (next to the Almonte Roundabout at the corner of Conc. 11A and County Rd. 49). Pot luck suppers are held at the meetings in August and November. Membership is only $10 per year and any person 16 years of age or over may become a member. Registration for the 2019 season will take place at our first meeting on Monday, January 28 from 7:00 to 7:30 P.M. and continue throughout the year. A&DHS members will also be in attendance at the ‘Seedy Saturday’ event on Saturday, February 9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Almonte Civitan Hall to accept registrations and answer questions. Seedy Saturday in Almonte is organized by Johvi Leeck of Beyond the Garden Gate in conjunction with Seeds of Diversity. It provides the opportunity for people to come together to exchange information and to buy, sell or trade interesting and unusual heritage varieties of vegetable, fruit, herb, flower, wild and native Ontario seeds. Guest speakers are available throughout the day to discuss a range of topics of interest for beginners to advanced gardeners.