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Florists in Arnold, NE

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Oct 26, 2018

Tropical Gardening: Protea flowers are a rare treat from Down Under

Norman Nagata, plant pathologists, examined fungicides for the control of root rot, a disease problem in Protea production. Ronald Mau and Arnold Hara, entomologists, helped solve some of the pest problems, including those that could lead to the rejection of shipments to other areas. Philip Ito, a Hilo-based horticulturist, worked on new types of Protea for the world market. Robert Paull, a plant physiologist, solved problems arising during shipping and ways to extend Protea shelf life. Of course, all these efforts became meaningful because of key Protea growers, who developed a good marketing system and took research to action. So, you see the intriguing Protea blossoms on display in homes and places of business such as hotels didn’t just happen. They are the result of concerted efforts by Hawaii’s agricultural scientists and growers working together to develop another fine Hawaii-grown product with tremendous potential. Most Proteas require cool climates on the drier side of the Big Island, like Waimea, Volcano, upland West Hawaii and Maui. They prefer well-drained soils. When grown in wet or humid locations, disease and pests become a problem. Even if you are not interested in growing Proteas commercially, you can be certain that these gorgeous and exotic flowers are perfect to enhance your home and garden or as a special, long-lasting gift. If you receive some as a gift, remember Proteas have another advantage besides their remarkable attractiveness. They can be easily dried and enjoyed for a long time to come. All you have to do is remove the water from the container when the flowers start to lose their freshness and allow the flowers to dry into a permanent arrangement. Another method is to hang the flowers upside down for about a month, and then use them in a dry flower arrangement. To eliminate the possibility of mold setting in during drying, space the flowers out to allow a good circulation of air. This latter method is especially suited to types that have a tendency to bend over as they lose their freshness. If you are not familiar with Protea, ask your local florist to show you the various types now being produced, what each is called and how long they will last. If you’re looking for something special, Proteas are worth checking out. Other long-lasting floral gifts include dendrobium, cymbidium orchids, anthuriums, birds of paradise, heliconias and other flowering Hawaii exotics. ADVERTISING For more information about the Protea family, contact your local UH College of Tropical Agriculture Extension Service office in Hilo or Kona. Several books also are available, such as Sunset’s “Western Garden Book,” to give you tips for growing these amazing plants.

Oct 26, 2018

Protea flowers a rare treat from down under

Norman Nagata, plant pathologists, examined fungicides for the control of root rot, a disease problem in protea production. Ronald Mau and Arnold Hara, entomologists, helped to solve some of the pest problems, including those that could lead to the rejection of shipments to other areas. Dr. Philip Ito, a Hilo based horticulturist, worked on new types of protea for the world market. Dr. Robert Paull, a plant physiologist, solved problems arising during shipping and ways to extend protea shelf life. Of course, all these efforts became meaningful because of key protea growers who developed a good marketing system and took research to action. So you see that the intriguing protea blossoms on display in homes and places of business such as hotels didn’t just happen. They are the result of concerted efforts by Hawaii’s agricultural scientists and growers working together to develop another fine Hawaiian grown product with tremendous potential. Most proteas require cool climates on the dryer side like Waimea, Volcano, Upland West Hawaii and Maui. They prefer well drained soils. When grown in wet or humid locations, disease and pests become a problem. Even if you are not interested in growing proteas commercially, you can be certain that these gorgeous and exotic flowers are perfect to enhance your home, garden or a special, long lasting gift. If you receive some as a gift, remember that proteas have another advantage besides their remarkable attractiveness. They can be easily dried and enjoyed for a long time to come. All you have to do is remove the water from the container when the flowers start to lose their freshness and allow the flowers to dry into a permanent arrangement. Another method is to hang the flowers upside down for about a month, and then use them in a dry flower arrangement. To eliminate the possibility of mold setting in during drying, space the flowers out to allow a good circulation of air. This latter method is especially suited to types that have a tendency to bend over as they lose their freshness. ADVERTISING If you are not familiar with protea, ask your local florist to show you the various types now being produced, what each is called, and how long they will last. If you’re looking for something special, proteas are worth checking out. Other long lasting floral gifts include dendrobium, cymbidium orchids, anthuriums, birds of paradise, heliconias and other flowering Hawaiian exotics. For further information on the protea family, contact your local UH College of Tropical Agriculture Extension Service office in Hilo or Kona. Several books are available like Sunset’s Western Garden Book to give you tips on growing these amazing plants.

Sep 10, 2018

Burt Reynolds, actor and longtime Jupiter and Martin County resident, dies at 82

More: Burt Reynolds death: Mark Wahlberg, Arnold Schwarzenegger and more celebrities react Local theater Reynolds, the popular star of films such as "Deliverance," "The Longest Yard" and "Smokey and the Bandit," frequently appeared at The Lyric Theatre in downto...

Jun 14, 2018

Dream Foundation Holds Flower Empower Campaign Event

Desktop site” in top right for more pics. Send event invites to gail@independent.com. By Gail Arnold Erik Van Wingerden of Myriad FLowers receiving Grower of the Year Award from Program Coordinator Valerie Banks. By Gail Arnold Volunteers and guests create bouquets. By Gail Arnold Volunteers Betty Dominguez and Carmen Romero, who have served for 19 years. By Gail Arnold Volunteer Kathleen Ranney, VP of Programs Barbara Schoch, and volunteer Sidonia Slaff. By Gail Arnold Grower of the Year Award Recipient Erik Van Wingerden of Myriad FLowers with Volunteer Coordinator April Medina-Watson. By Gail Arnold CEO Kisa Heyer and Program Coordinator Valerie Banks. By Gail Arnold Flower Empower Committee Members Melinda Rogers, Jodi Fishman-Osti, Shelley Schulte, and Lynette Hall.

May 24, 2018

The Outside Story: Mountain Laurel Is Special, In Bloom or Not

Vermont's Black Mountain Natural Area. Maine's largest stand is in the Bijhouwer Forest in Phippsburg. Spectacular collections are found at Arnold Arboretum in Jamaica Plain, Mass.Laurie D. Morrissey is a writer in Hopkinton, N.H. The illustration for this column was drawn by Adelaide Tyrol. The Outside Story is assigned and edited byNorthern Woodlandsmagazine: northernwoodlands.org, and sponsored by the Wellborn Ecology Fund of New Hampshire Charitable Foundation: wellborn@nhcf.org.

May 24, 2018

2018 'Art in Bloom' exhibit runs this weekend at Fitchburg museum

Guided tours are 11:30 to 1 p.m. Friday and 11:30 a.m. Saturday. Ray Brown's "Magic of Bird Migration" is Saturday at 2 p.m. Guitarist Lou Arnold will provide music Sunday from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. and visitors are invited to "Build Your Own Fairy House" at 2 p.m. the same day. Zapata Food Truck will be parked near the museum throughout most of the weekend. Follow Elizabeth Dobbins on Twitter @DobbinsSentinel This bunch of flowers was a representation of Joo Lee Kang's piece, "Twisted Nature," during Laurelwood Garden Club's 2018 Art in Bloom at the Fitchburg Art Museum on Thursday afternoon. SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE/JOHN LOVE Sentinel and Enterprise staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site. ...