Florists in Natchez, MS
Find local Natchez, Mississippi florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Natchez 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.
Natchez Flower Shops
Natchez MS News
Jan 12, 2018
Pursuit of these 'pass-along' plants likely will encourage friendships to bloom, too
It was introduced more than 50 years ago. It’s a selection of Lagerstroemia indica, which means it’s going to have slick gray trunks. Natchez and other hybrids of L. fauriei, by comparison, grow much more rapidly (which means the growers prefer it), and they have cinnamon-colored trunks that people like. But Glendora White has, in my opinion, better growth habits and tidier flower heads. It’s also more winter-hardy. But you’ll almost never see it in nurseries. Oh, and just to have mentioned it, if you see Sarah’s Favorite White offered for sale, that’s a sister seedling of Natchez, and many of us who work with crape myrtles on a regular basis feel that it’s a superior selection.Neil Sperry hosts“Texas Gardening” from 8 to 10 a.m. Sundays on WBAP/820 AM. Reach him during those hours at 800-288-9227. Online: http://neilsperry.com. (Fort Worth Star Telegram)Apr 28, 2016
Longwood will be blooming for PGC flower show
Natchez’ most popular attractions. This is an excellent chance to enjoy an elegant home and see beautiful flower designs prepared by some of your friends and neighbors. The flower show is open to the public. Refreshments will be served.
This year’s flower show theme celebrates 300 years of unique and timeless beauty in Natchez. Flowers and plants played a distinct role in the history of Natchez. They were used to embellish magnificent gardens and to decorate the most grandiose events. Some residents were distinctly known for the beautiful plants and flowers they used to showcase their gorgeous mansions. The Pilgrimage Garden Club is honoring the Tri-centennial of Natchez with its annual flower show, entitled “300 Years of Beauty.”
This year, the event will be divided into three Divisions:
-Division I is Horticulture Specimens contributed by members and invited guests.
-Division II is Design and will be divided into two sections. Section A: “The People Bringing Beauty to Natchez,” and Section B: “Natchez Landmarks.” Each section is divided into three classes, each with its own theme. Section A will consist of Class 1 — “Mr. F... (Natchez Democrat)Mar 11, 2016
Gardening: Annual flowering tree sale is great time to green up
The three varieties that should be available at the tree sale are Natchez (large tree with white flowers), Tuscarora (large tree with coral pink flowers) and Tonto (12 feet at maturity with fuchsia red flowers).
¦ The Little Gem magnolia is a cultivated variety of our native Southern magnolia. It still has the thick evergreen leaves and white sweet-smelling flowers, although it flowers at an early age of 2 or 3 years old. It is a slower growing tree, topping out at about 30 to 35 feet at maturity.
¦ Red maples are large deciduous fast-growing native trees. They can achieve a height of 60 to 70 feet in full sun to partial shade. They will grow in wet soil and need supplemental irrigation during dry spells if grown on well-drained soils. The trees can produce a spectacular fall display in years where the weather conditions are right.
¦ The bald cypress is a misunderstood tree. Even though it is found naturally in low swampy conditions, it grows very well in moist well-drained soils. The tree needs plenty of room as it can grow to mature heights of over 80 feet. It needs little maintenance and pruning, and is very drought-tolerant once it is established. When the needles fall in the winter, they can easily be mulched into the lawn. The only drawback to a bald cypress in the landscape is that it will occasionally send up cypress “knees.” This occurs more frequently in wetter landscapes.
¦ Redbud trees are well known for their showy pink blooms that appear before the leaves in the spring. They are drought-tolerant, but they look better when they receive some irrigation in spring dry spells. They can reach a height of 35 feet when mature and do best in sunny spots that receive dappled shade.
¦ Bottlebrush is a small evergreen tree known for its red-spiked flowers that resemble bottlebrushes. It can grow to a height if 15 feet if pruned to a tree form. It is drought-tolerant once it becomes established. This tree needs to be planted in full sun.
If you go to the Greenscape Tree Sale and you need help choosing the right tree, stop by the information table where master gardeners from the Duval County Extension Service and professional urban foresters will be on hand to answer your questions. If you purchase a tree, tell folks about it by posting on social media using the campaign#jaxdigstrees.
Larry Figart is urban forestry extension agent for Duval County Extension office and University of Florida/IFAS.
(Florida Times-Union)Feb 3, 2016
Des Barres Navigational Chart Sails to Victory
Victorian at auction. All of it descended in the family of David Stanton, a wealthy cotton merchant and owner of The Elms in Natchez, Mississippi. The lot that broke the hearts of dealers who had to contend with resale value... (Maine Antique Digest)Feb 3, 2016
He is also survived by his mother Ethel Miller (91) of Grand Junction and his sisters Susan Carner of Tucson, Az., & Tammi Gardner of Natchez, Ms. Doug is preceded in death by his father, Harold Miller.
In lieu of flowers the family requests that contributions be made to Huntsmancancer.org or Huntsman Cancer Foundation at 500 Huntsman Way Salt Lake City, Ut 84108.
A funeral service will be held on Friday, January 29, 2016, at 10:00 am at Farnum Holt Mortuary 405 W. 7th St., Glenwood Springs, Co 81601.
A private burial will be held at a later date.
(Glenwood Springs Post Independent)Dec 30, 2015
St. Tammany property transfers, Nov. 4 to Nov. 16, 2015
H. Mack and Stephanie R. Mack.
N. VERONA DRIVE 497: $287,765, DSLD Homes LLC to Daniel J. Cerasoli and Carol A. Cerasoli.
NATCHEZ COURT 125: $75,000, Rockwell Builders LLC to Zachary N. Zornes nd Monia S. Zornes.
NORTH END NO. 2 SUBDIVISION, LOTS 33, 34, 35, 36, SQUARE V: $10 and other good and valuable considerations, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Yordana Jaquelin Morales Garcia Sanabrea.
NORTH END SUBDIVISION, LOTS 11, 12 ,13, 14, 15, 16, SQUARE J: donation, no value stated, Mary Katherine Mansfield Lee to Sherry Theresa Lee.
NORTHRIDGE DRIVE 181: donation, no value stated, Tilghman George Chachere IV to Sherry Elaine Reinerth Chachere.
PIN OAK CIRCLE 11: $320,000, Adeshola Alade Adebisi and Adenike Adebsi to Barry E. Oakley and Patricia O. Oakley.
PLACE ST. MICHEL 415: $303,000, Kevin Thomas Reckert and Therese Talbot Reckert to Thomas C. LeBlanc and Mollie C. Burke.
SECTION 10, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 10 EAST, PORTION OF GORUND: $30,000, Robert F. Balsamo Sr. and Patsy W. Balsamo to Raven Emmily Stein.
SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 10 EAST, PORTION OF GROUND: $30,000, Alton F. Schmitt to Kim K. Rodriguez.
TAMMANY HILLS SUBDIVISION, LOT 28, 30, SQUARE 85: $65,000, Citigroup Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-WFHE4 to Anthony J. Savarino.
TAMMANY HILLS SUBDIVISION, LOTS 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, SQUARE 65: $100, Eddy M. Quijano to Dragonfly Enterprises Inc..
TAMMANY HILLS SUBDIVISION, LOTS 2, 4, 6, SQUARE 62: $12,500, Angel Louise Rose Cantu to Gary M. Mourain and Cynthia Marie T. Mourain.
TCHEFUNCTE DRIVE 206: $443,000, Randy C. Muse and Belinda C. Muse to Rigney J. Sackley IV and Anne-Marie Wilson Sackley.
TERRA BELLA SUBDISION, PHASE 1-A-5, LOTS 350-A, 350-B, 351-B: $182,500, Terra Bella Group LLC to Highland Homes of Laplace Inc..
THETA AVE. 74527: $145,900, DSLD Homes LC to Jordy A. Thibodeaux.
THETA AVE. 74533: $138,900, DSLD Homes LLC to Melvin H. Adolph Jr..
THOMAS DRIVE 2012: $236,900, DSLD Homes LLC to Benjamin J. Zeringue and Brandy B. Zeringue.
W. 12TH AVE. 512, MOONRAKER DRIVE 392, RICHARD KOCH ROAD 16042: $2,015, BFNH LLC and Carry Trade LLC to Rio Lindo Inc..
WAX MYRTLE DRIVE 2: $168,800, Arthur A. Monroe and Mary J. Monroe to Gavin M. Fury and Monique D. Fury.
WESTON WAY 601: $329,800, Varuso Homes LLC to Robert R. Morse Jr. and Mary Ann Kowalski.
ORLEANS AVE. 607: $220,000, Ernest Colbert Jr. to Ann Marie LeBlanc.
SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 11 EAST, PORTION OF GROUND: $27,500, Glendale Properties LLC to Brandie S. Saverese.
SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 11 EAST, PORTION OF GROUND: donation, no value stated, Jeremy M. Welch and Tina H. Welch to Manuel L. Hoffmann and Kathy A. Hoffmann.
SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 10 EAST, PORTION OF GR... (The New Orleans Advocate)