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107 W Franklin StLouisburg, NC 27549
1710 Camden RdCharlotte, NC 28203
44723 Nc 740 HwyNew London, NC 28127
1670 West Massachusetts AvenueSouthern Pines, NC 28387
7101 Macfarlane BoulevardCharlotte, NC 28262
North Carolina Flowers News
Oct 12, 2018
Tropical Storm Florence: Couple reschedules wedding due to storm, donates flowers to cancer patients
CONCORD, N.C. - A North Carolina couple whose wedding was rescheduled due to Hurricane Florence have made sure their flowers won't go to waste.
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The couple, along with their florist, donated the floral arrangements to patients at Atrium Health Levine Cancer Institute in Concord, WSOC reported.
As each patient finished their chemotherapy or infusion treatment, they were given their pick of the arrangements.
"Anytime anyone does anything nice for someone who's going through cancer, it's wonderful," said patient Patricia Riser. "And flowers, of course, are just great. And everybody, everybody loves flowers, and I love flowers, too."
Riser sent her thanks to the couple.
"I think it's wonderful that you thought enough of someone else, especially during this time that you're going through because you had to cancel your wedding, that you were thoughtful enough to think of someone el... Oct 12, 2018
America In Bloom awards announced
The recipients were recognized during the 36th Annual Perennial Plant Symposium in Raleigh, North Carolina.Academic Award: Dr. David L. Sanford, Berks Campus, Penn State UniversityThe Academic Award is recognizes a Perennial Plant Association member who provides exceptional leadership in education to the industry, including professors, researchers, teachers, master gardeners, cooperative extension agents, librarians, public garden employees, horticultural lecturers, etc.Award of Merit: John Hoffman, Hoffman NurseryThe Award of Merit recognizes an individual(s) who has significantly contributed to the herbaceous perennial plant industry in growing, marketing, contracting, writing, teaching, extension, research, landscaping, hybridizing, promotion, or innovation.Garden Media Award: Susan Martin, Gardener Sue's NewsThis award distinguishes an individual representing the media such as radio, television, photography, newspaper, books, and magazine publishing, etc. whose educational and promotional efforts result in a heightened public awareness of the importance of the perennial plant industry. The recipient of this award need not be a PPA member.Grower Award: John & Jill Hoffman, Hoffman Nursery, Inc.This award recognizes a Perennial Plant As... Sep 10, 2018
Silent Sam supporters memorializing statue with flowers
Silent Sam" monument Saturday, as dozens of flower bouquets were placed around the pedestal of the Confederate statue on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus.
Protesters tore down the "Silent Sam" statue on Aug. 20 and only the pedestal remains on campus as university officials work to determine the statue's future.
Flowers that surrounded the statue on Saturday had been donated from around the country.
"Every Saturday people are bring out their flowers in memorial from Silent Sam. We came all the way from Fayetteville just to ride out here and show our support and give our respect," John Tuzzio said. "This is history and people are trying to change history, it's in the past you've got to respect it."
UNC Chancellor Carol Folt said earlier this week that the "Silent Sam" statue has a place in the university's history and on campus, but perhaps not in the prominent place it once stood.
The "Silent Sam" statue has been in storage since it was toppled last week and the UNC Board of Governors have given Folt and the UNC-Chapel Hill Board of Trustees until Nov. 15 to devise a plan for its fate.
As the Board of Trustees works to decide the statue's fate, more than 340 faculty members ha... Sep 10, 2018
Group Places Flowers At Site Of Toppled 'Silent Sam'
Confederate statue known as "Silent Sam," which formerly stood on the main campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.The News & Observer reported that the North Carolina Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans placed the flowers Saturday morning. The group said in a statement to the newspaper and other local media that the flowers were purchased with "hundreds of individual donations." "These donors wanted to do something to show their sadness for what occurred on August 20 as well as to appreciate the sacrifice of these students of the University who were American veterans," the group said. The "Silent Sam" memorial had stood at UNC Chapel Hill since 1913. The statue had been at the center of protests and calls for removal that intensified over the past year following a violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. The school had spent a reported $390,000 on camera surveillance and security around the statue, according to the News and Observer. "Silent Sam" was torn down Aug. 20 by protesters who called it a racist symbol. On Friday, UNC Chancellor Carol Folt strongly hinted that the school wo... Aug 17, 2018
America in Bloom judges see flowers, historic sites, more
Richland County Fairgrounds.
Mansfield joins Saratoga. California; St. Charles, Illinois; and Henderson County, North Carolina in America in Bloom's 25,001-50,000 population category, according to the organization.
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Versaw said groups and organizations have been doing a lot of things over the last six to eight years and now want to bump it up and do more. "Everybody has been doing their part," he said.
Judges will be looking at seven categories: flowers, landscaped areas, urban forestry, celebrating heritage, environmental efforts, community vitality and overall impression, he said.
Woodard, who lives in West Jefferson outside Columbus, said she has been involved in America in Bloom for the past three years.
"I just love what plants can do to a community," Woodard said. "It creates a lot of pride and the beautification efforts brings together a lot of people in the community. It's very rewarding," she said.
Waller of Arroyo Grande, California, said as an America in Bloom judge she loves seeing the transformation of cities and towns all over the United States becoming the best thing they can be.
To date, more than 250 communities from 45 states have participated in the program and more than 22 million people have been touched by it. Awards will be announced on Sept. 27-29 at AIB's National Symposium & Awards Celebration, held this year in Lexington, Kentucky, according to America in Bloom's news release.