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North Carolina, NC Florists

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North Carolina Cities

North Carolina State Featured Florists

Ivy Lane Florist

119 S King St
Windsor, NC 27983

Jackson Rose Floral Design

3708 Rocky River Rd
Monroe, NC 28112

Unique Floral Events

216 N Center St
Mount Olive, NC 28365

Watson's Florist & Greenhouse

713 N Bridge St
Elkin, NC 28621

Circle Florists & Gifts

303 West Weeks Circle
Newton Grove, Nc 28366

North Carolina Flowers News

Dec 18, 2019

December Gardening Tips - Goldsboro Daily News

Jessica Strickland is an Agriculture Extension Agent, specializing in horticulture for North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Wayne County. – Upcoming Wayne County Extension Gardening Programs Christmas Day at the Farmers Market Fridays, December 13th from Noon to 6pm and Saturdays, December 14th from 10am to 3pm Support local and purchase your Christmas gifts at the farmers market! 2020 Bee School will be held on Saturdays, January 11th, 18th, 25th and February 1st, 8th from 9am to 1pm at the Wayne County Cooperative Extension Office (3114B Wayne Memorial Drive, Goldsboro). Registration is $60 per individual or $85 per couple/family. Early registration is encouraged. There are 2 easy ways to register and pay: 1) Mail registration form and check to Beekeepers of the Neuse, PO Box 977, Goldsboro NC 27533-0977 2) On-site registration begins at 8am on January 11th at the Wayne County Cooperative Extension Office. Credit cards will be accepted on this day. Make checks payable to Beekeepers of the Neuse. Registration forms are available at Wayne County Extension Office. Early Bird Discount: Save $10 by registering and paying on or before Dec. 15th, 2019 ...

Dec 18, 2019

Obituary: Daniel Brown, CB West Graduate, Passes Away At 34 - Doylestown, PA Patch

The following obituary was contributed by the family of Daniel Stephen Brown:Daniel "Dan" Stephen Brown of Charlotte, North Carolina passed away on Saturday, November 30, 2019. Danny was born on May 3, 1985 in Elmira, NY to his parents Rod Brown and Julie Picariello. He married Erin Kennedy on April 18, 2015 and they have three beautiful children Ryan Zachary, Jacob Matthew, and Dani Mae. Dan attended Pennridge School District through middle school and graduated from Central Bucks West in 2003. Where ever Dan went, he made lifelong friendships; too many to name. He was a basketball and football athlete, hunter, fisherman, and jokester. Dan could recite exact words to songs and movies on request, most often in humor. He and his family resided in Sellersville, PA before moving to Charlotte in 2017. He was a well-respected Warehouse Manager with Priority Wire...

Dec 18, 2019

Bernard Flowers Austin, Sr. of Manteo, December 17 - The Outer Banks Voice

Water and Sewer Department. He took great pride in the knowledge that he worked to serve and help people throughout the county. Before moving to North Carolina, he worked as Golf Pro at Princess Anne Country Club in Virginia Beach.A celebration of his life officiated by Rev. Matt Seals will be held at Mt. Olivet United Methodist Church, 300 Ananias Dare Street, on Monday, December 23, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. Kenny Midgett, long-time family friend, will deliver the eulogy.Twiford Funeral Home, Outer Banks is assisting the family with arrangements. Condolences and memories can be shared at www.TwifordFH.com.

Nov 9, 2019

Flowers looking tired? How to extend their vase life - New Haven Register

Conditioning needs vary, said John Dole, an associate dean and floriculture specialist at North Carolina State University. Some varieties require more managing than others, but all cut flowers should be fed. "Use the flower food packets that most likely came with the bouquet," Dole said. "Mix according to directions and position the flowers into the vase. After they've had their first big drink, take them out, put in fresh water and cut the stems again. "By doing that your flowers will last longer and the sugars in the flower food will enhance their colors — particularly the purples," he said. By wary of homemade floral preservatives, Dole said. "We've tried a wide mixture including aspirin, pennies and vinegar," he said. "The only one that seems to have any validity is a clear soda (like 7-Up or Sprite) mixed 50-50 with water. It has to be the regular stuff with sugar." Additional tips for extending the vase life of cut flowers: -- Give stems a nice flat cut if the flowers are going into a vase where the stems will be resting against the bottom, Dole said. "If you're placing stems into a foam, a pointed cut will be better." -- Remove any leaves below the water line. "They'll decompose and either get sucked up into the stems or stimulate bacteria growth," Dole said. -- Choose flowers that are well colored and not fully open. That will add a few days to their vase life, Dole said. --Ethylene gas, produced by fresh fruits and vegetables, is a naturally occurring ripening agent that can drastically shorten the life of many cut flowers. "Put your fruit in the kitchen and keep the flowers in the dining room," Ziegler said. -- Location is important. "The cooler the area the better," Ziegler said. "Cut flowers last longer if kept out of direct sunlight. Refrigerating them overnight is good but it doesn't work for all flowers. Dahlias love it; zinnias will turn black." ___ Online: For more about increasing the vase life of cut flowers, see this fact sheet from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln: https://lancaster.unl.edu/hort/youth/flowertips.htm You can contact Dean Fosdick at dean...

Aug 22, 2019

Sunflowers in October? Breeders are racing to develop plants that flower again and again. - The Washington Post

Spring Meadow Nursery in Grand Haven, Mich., under the Proven Winners brand, produces a re-blooming azalea developed by North Carolina State University breeder Thomas Ranney and named Perfecto Mundo. It was selected for its compact size, hardiness and resistance to lacebug, said Stacey Hirvela, horticulture marketing specialist at Spring Meadow. A second will be available to consumers in 2021, she said.Monrovia has five varieties under its Double Shot series. The energy the plant puts into the flowers helps to keep it compact, Pedersen said. Hydrangeas We speak here of the eternally popular hortensia hydrangea that blooms in June (in the Mid-Atlantic) known botanically as Hydrangea macrophylla. Its flowering on the previous year’s wood led to three basic problems: In northern states, it could be counted on to survive but not bloom after a harsh winter, especially without a protective snow cover. In the South, it was prone to sprout in early spring and then get damaged by a late frost. The third calamity came at the hands of the neatnik gardener, who cut it back in March and removed most of its flowering wood.The first re-bloomer, Endless Summer, was launched 15 years ago. The range extends to five varieties, including a lacecap named Twist-n-Shout. The latest was introduced this year as a compact red-purple mophead variety named Summer Crush. Endless Summer Hydrangeas Summer Crush is the latest in the series of Endless Summer hydrangeas. It was bred to speed up the flowering cycle — an issue in northern gardens. Endless Summer Hydrangeas BloomStruck is one of five varieties in Endless Summer’s collection of re-blooming hydrangeas. Hydrangea breeders have been focusing on such smaller varieties, which cycle into repeat bloom faster than larger ones. One criticism of re-bloomers in northern states has been the endless wait for Endless Summer. In addition, breeders are seeking to reduce the wilting that besets hydrangeas in hot climates, Roberts said.Spring Meadow and Proven Winners have released their own line, under the a data-xslt="_http"...