Florists in Arden, NC
Find local Arden, North Carolina florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Arden 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.
Arden Flower Shops
2120 Hendersonville Rd
Arden, NC 28704
Arden NC News
Aug 22, 2019
Art Alive brings flowers, cars and interactive workshops to SDMA - pacificsandiego.com
Flower Crown Workshop1- 2:30 p.m. Saturday, April 13, $75 for members and $100 for non-members
Garden of Activities Noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 13 and Sunday, April 14, free after Art Alive admissionSan Diego Museum of Art, 1450 El Prado, Balboa Park, 619.232.7931, sdmart.org ... Aug 22, 2019
A critic looks at the best gardens near the National Mall in DC - Washington Post
The Washington Post
A view of the The Enid A. Haupt Garden, south of the Smithsonian Castle.
If the weather is perfect, say a temperate day in spring or fall, with a gentle breeze and a few clouds in the sky to break the glare of the sun, then the Mall is a lovely place. But look at how locals use it the rest of the year: People flock to benches along the edges, pedestrians and joggers tend to the shady paths under the trees, while people coming to visit the museums move promptly from the Metro to their destination, avoiding the Mall altogether. The Mall can be beautiful, and it offers postcard views of the city’s most recognizable buildings. But it is also open, barren, exposed and terribly formal. It is a powerful landscape but not a charming one.For charm, you must cleave to the edges of the great greensward, where there is a horticultural memory of what the Mall once was, and might have been. Clustered along the Mall and its surrounding parkland are small gardens. Some fill interstitial spaces, others are attached to museums or... Aug 22, 2019
'What's the Best Marijuana Delivery Service Near Me?' - Leafly
Oakland and Los Angeles. Our friendly driver arrived in a mind-bogglingly fast ten minutes with a Gello Gelato preroll, papers, and Raw Garden concentrate. A sleek, intuitive interface enables seamless ordering, with built-in ID verification that makes it quick to sign up and start shopping in just a few minutes.
While you might not be saving any money with this service, the limited menu is nicely curated, with “CBD Wellness” options alongside premium products from trusted brands. Look for top-shelf selections from Sherbinskis ($60 per eighth of indoor flower) along with items from Bloom Farms, Caliva, Jetty, Lowell’s, Raw Garden, and THC Design rounding out the flower, preroll, vape and concentrate menus, with a small selection of gourmet edibles from Beboe, Defoncé, and Kiva.
Billed as a “vertically integrated delivery platform,” that’s “built on compliance,” Emjay is fully licensed by the state. Sherbinskis founder Mario Guzman is a partner, which explains the predominance of his brand on the menu. Look for the best value in $30 sungrown eighths of Gello Gelato or Pink Panties, which will not disappoint!
(Elise McDonough for Leafly)
Best for: penny pinchers
Price: slightly less than local stores
Service area: East Bay
Speed of delivery: within 30-60 minutes
Delivery fee: $0
Selection: 3 stars out of 5
Minimum order: $35
Mellow’s shopping experience is powered by a Meadow menu system for solid overall service. After estimating delivery time at 60 to 90 minutes, our driver arrived in under an hour with an AJ Sour preroll and an eighth of Purple Punch from THC Design.
Advantages include a wider menu selection with more budget options—of the 28 options for... Aug 22, 2019
'U-pick' flowers? Couple who met in Alaska open farm where you can pick your own bouquet - York Daily Record
Elaine Boehn, who is a third-generation farmer who lives near Bismarck.
“She was always in the garden, and that’s just what I always saw,” Loni said. “We always had a flower garden at the farm.”
It all started in Alaska
Loni’s parents worked at the Boehn farm until the family moved to Juno, Alaska, 13 years ago. It wasn’t long after that move that Loni and Andy met at a remote fishing lodge in Alaska, where both were working during the summer.
“I was a fishing guide, and she was the assistant manager,” Andy said. “We met her first day there, when the whole group went on a hike. And then there was breakfast, lunch and dinner the next day.”
“It was kind of a whole summer of speed dating,” Loni said. “We quickly realized we had to be together.”
By spring 2008 the couple had married in North Dakota, and after a second summer at the fishing lodge, they moved to Shrewsbury where Andy could work on his graduate degree at York College. He runs Manward Press in Baltimore, an online resource that specializes in financial news.
This week has been a real family affair at the florist farm. In addition to their children Parker, 9, and Willow, 5, Loni’s mom and grandma were visiting and helping with the flowers.
Flower farm a curiosity
Neighbors stopped by while the Snyders were being interviewed, just to see what the signs were about. They were curious after driving past the farm numerous times.
Loni said the signs are one of the ways Terra Farms has attracted customers, but that word of mouth and Facebook have also helped.
“I don’t know why, but Facebook has been a huge part of our business right now,” she said. “I don’t think York really knows what to do with a U-pick yet, so I think there’s a lot of ‘what is that?’. A lot of curiosity.”
Now that the Snyders have nearly a full year under their b... Jul 5, 2019
Community Gardens Coming to Open Spaces and Rooftops Under New Zoning Rules - Fairfax County Government NewsCenter
As the hunger for locally grown food increases, Fairfax County’s new zoning rules dramatically expand the locations where community gardens, farmers markets and home gardens are allowed.
Under the new regulations the Board of Supervisors adopted on June 25, community gardens may bloom in open space on the ground or rooftops on residential, commercial and industrial properties.
Now, fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers and plants can be grown from the rooftops of office high-rises in Tysons to opens spaces at houses of worship to the common areas of suburban homeowners associations.
Community Gardens Allowed on Ground and Rooftops
Previously, the county’s zoning rules limited community gardens to planned residential communities like Burke or Reston. These gardens now are allowed without restriction in open spaces as long as they are under two acres, and they aren’t the principal use on a property. However, community gardens aren’t allowed on single-family home sites.
With one in three U.S. households growing their own food at home or in a community garden according to the National Gardening Association, the county made its zoning ch... Jul 5, 2019
Bucks Beautiful is set to host the 25th annual Kitchen and Garden Tour in Doylestown - The Intelligencer
Sunday on a walking tour, rain or shine.
Bucks Beautiful will feature historic Doylestown homes at their 25th annual Kitchen & Garden Tour on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.Bucks Beautiful is a nonprofit organization that strives to beautify Bucks County through gardening events, projects and educational programs.“Our mission is to encourage the development of gardens throughout the county,” said Executive Director Denise Sezack.The walking tour is held on the second Sunday in June each year, rain or shine. The Kitchen & Garden Tour was founded by Carter van Dyke, who is one of the original members of the Bucks Beautiful Board of Directors. The van Dyke residence will be featured on the tour.This year’s tour will include seven homes and gardens. Bucks County Master Gardeners will also be on the tour to offer their expertise. The homes featured in the tour are filled with Doylestown history, with one of the homes being built in 1840. All seven homes contain intricate architecture, organizers said.Many of the homes featured on the tour have recently had new additions and renovations. “We have sponsorships with many local builders and the tour is a great way for them to show off their wo... Jul 5, 2019
Blenheim Palace Flower Show returns today - The Oxford Times
It will feature more than 30 floral displays and a large selection of flowers and plants from the UK’s finest plantsmen.
Visitors can enjoy garden talks with experts and enthusiasts, fabulous food and drink as well as an outdoor plant village.
Visitors can also pick the brains of the gardening experts in a series of gardening talks throughout the weekend. From relaxed Q&As with George and award-winning floral designer Mig Kimpton, to learning about plants and nature for wellbeing with Ellen Mary and how to grow your own veg with Geoff Hodge.
There will be a floral art competition showcasing the talent of creative floral designers, classes and live entertainment including music from Britain’s Got Talent’s Pippa Langhorne and Hollie-Blue Huntsman. There is also a Festival of Food and Drink, bars and shopping.
The show runs between 10am and 5pm today, tomorrow and Sunday.
Jul 5, 2019
Amherst Garden Walk planned for Saturday - Amherst Bee
This weekend, 25 gardens with colorful flowers and different features can be viewed at the annual Amherst Garden Walk, which will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 6.
The self-guided tour attracts not only residents from the area but also people from around the world who visit Buffalo in the summertime to tour the region’s gardens.
According to Chuck Hidy, who co-chairs the event with Darryl Moden, the garden walk includes houses located throughout the town. Residences on streets such as Longmeadow Road, Reist Street, Woodshire South and North French Road are showcasing their gardens.
Hidy encourages residents to attend the event, especially after the delayed start to spring and summer.
“It’s a chance to experience the great outdoors, and what better way to get inspiration,” Hidy said, adding that there will be a mix of different styles and something to suit everyone’s taste.
Some of the garden features include a rock garden and pond, English gardens, annuals, perennials and garden decor,... Jul 5, 2019
12 annual flowers that thrive in full sunlight - The Daily Courier
If you have a sunny spot in the yard that looks perfect for a flower garden, make sure you choose plants that thrive in the hot sun without a lot of extra care.
This can be a bit tricky if you want to grow annual flowers in the mountain sun. Some plants love our sun, others faint at the thought. Monsoon humidity can bring an overwhelming mugginess to warm days, and even dry heat can be uncomfortable when the temperatures top 95 degrees F. People have air conditioning to escape oppressive summer weather, but our plants aren’t so lucky.
Perennials with deep tap roots and water-conserving leaves tolerate heat and sun better than annuals. Annual flowers never have a chance to develop an extensive root system because they exert most of their energy in producing blooms and buds, and more blooms and buds.
Choose wisely when planting annual flowers that will have to stand up to hot weather. With dry heat, a little afternoon shade and a functional layer of premium mulch helps sustain most plants and keeps away the need for constant watering.
Plants contending... Jul 5, 2019
'Of all the flowers that they had in their greenhouse, he shined the brightest': Remembering Neal Holland, local gardening guru - INFORUM
Sheyenne Gardens in 1988 on his farm in Harwood.
“It was a large nursery with stock that included huge trees and a lot of stuff that nobody else had,” Collins said. “He did a lot of it almost on his own, particularly in the early years, and running a nursery is a physical business. That was pretty impressive.” Collins fondly retold his favorite memory of Holland, when a plant Collins purchased from Sheyenne Gardens started to wilt and die. When Collins called Holland for advice, he immediately knew what had gone wrong -- Collins had not unwound the root ball of the plant before planting it, so it wasn’t getting all the nourishment it needed. “He said, ‘Oh just take a fork and poke the fork in there a little bit and that’ll move the roots around and it’ll come back and it’ll be perfectly fine,’” Collins said. “He said, ‘Oh I know it’ll work,’ and of course it worked.” “He really cared about the stuff he sold and the success of his customers,” Collins said. Former North Dakota State Senator Tim Flakoll was another of Holland’s customers at Sheyenne Gardens. Flakoll said he will remember Holland as a man as genuine and honest as the day is long who always had a gleam in his eye. “You couldn’t go away from Cheyenne gardens without having a better day because of it,” Flakoll said. “Some days you’d go into the place just to see if he was around. He really did have such a good outlook on life and he brightened people’s days not just with what he sold but how he was around people.” Flakoll affectionately reme...