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New Jersey, NJ Florists

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New Jersey Cities

New Jersey State Featured Florists

Broadway Basketeers

687 Prospect St Ste 455
Lakewood, NJ 08701

Vaseful Flowers & Gifts

172 Hamilton St
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Ivy Rose Floral Designs

88 Springers Rd Ste A
Bridgeport, NJ 08014

Mohn's Flowers & Fancy Foods

2325 Plainfield Rd
South Plainfield, NJ 07080

Aster's Flowers

29 W Park Ave
Merchantville, NJ 08109

New Jersey Flowers News

Apr 27, 2019

With flower preferences, bees have a big gap between the sexes - Phys.Org

That spurred a study to test, for as many wild bee species as possible, whether males and females visit different kinds of flowers. New Jersey is home to about 400 species of wild bees—not including Apis mellifera Linnaeus, the domesticated western honeybee whose males do not forage for food, Roswell noted. Agapostemon virescens, also called the bicolored striped-sweat bee, on prickly pear in Highland Park, New Jersey. Credit: Michael Roswell/Rutgers University-New Brunswick" Agapostemon virescens, also called the bicolored striped-sweat bee, on prickly pear in Highland Park, New Jersey. Credit: Michael Roswell/Rutgers University-New Brunswick" A female Agapostemon virescens, also called the bicolored striped-sweat bee, on prickly pear in Highland Park, New Jersey. Credit: Michael Roswell/Rutgers University-New Brunswick The scientists collected 18,698 bees from 152 species in New Jersey. The bees visited 109 flower species in six semi-natural meadows with highly abundant and diverse flowers. The meadows were managed to promote mostly native flowers that attract pollinators. Female bees build, maintain, collect food for and defend nests, while male bees primarily seek mates. Both sexes drink floral nectar for food, but only females collect pollen that serves as food for young bees, so they forage at greater rates than males. From the flowers' standpoint, both female and male bees are important pollinators—though female bees are more prolific because they spend more time foraging at flowers. Before mating, the males of some species travel from the area where they were born. Targeting their preferences for flowers may help maintain genetically diverse bee populations, Roswell speculated. "We see some intriguing patterns, where certain plant families seem relatively preferred or avoided by male bees, or where males have relatively less appetite for visiting flowers that only produce pollen and not nectar," he said. "That could help pinpoint the right mix of flowers to improve bee conservation down the road." Explore further Researchers find bee species where males perform babysitting duties More information: Michael Roswell et al, Male and female bees show large differences in floral preference, PLOS ONE (2019). DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0214909 ...

Apr 27, 2019

Give NJ florists a break — order Valentine's Day flowers now - New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio

Flower shops across New Jersey are bracing for "48 hours of complete chaos" leading up to and including Valentine's Day. They've spent this past weekend getting a head-start on orders that have already been placed."The people who are ordering now, thank you," said Michelle Jones, owner of Flower Bar in Brick.She's grateful some customers have asked for delivery on Wednesday, but the lion's share of deliveries will, as always, land on the big day. So it's all hands on deck ... or wheel."I actually have my regular drivers and then I recruit my mother, my husband, my son is staying home from college that day," Jones said.Jones said the shop will be staffed until past 6:00 Thursday night for last-minute lovers."I'll have something for them, even if it's the cactus in the corner with a red heart on it," she said.On Valentine's Day, phone orders won't be an option at Jersey Shore Florist in Neptune, according to co-owner Chris Donofrio.Jersey Shore Florist, Neptune City"We take the phones off the hook on the day of," he said. "That started about five years ago. We just can't get to everybody."Donofrio said the staff is comprised only of himself, his father and two other employees. The shop prepared about 150 arrangements over the weekend — some are spoken for, most are not.Valentine's Day is not the busiest time of year for most flower shops. Business blooms most in the month of May, which includes Mother's Day, Memorial Day, prom season and graduation season."Valentine's Day at its worst is 48 hours of complete chaos," Donofrio said. "May is one month of sheer terror."More from New Jersey 101.5:Contact re...

Apr 27, 2019

Flower Power! Floral Decor Is Growing Wild Again—and We Are Here for It - Realtor.com News

If you aren’t into wallpaper, there's another option that will certainly make a statement, says Mark Polo, designer at The Urban Dweller, in New Jersey.“Mosaic floors and mosaic shower walls are exciting again,” he says. “These come in big and bold graphics in cool and subtle colors, and are a wow.”What to buy: Herbario designer botanical wallpaper, 1stdibs, $200———In the dining roomPhoto by Hakansson Design GroupFlorals in the dining area can easily look over the top, but there are several ways to incorporate them so they won't clash with your design scheme.One option is a beautiful runner for your table. (Runners are the new tablecloths, by the way.)"For the dining room, a cool table runner with floral embroidery can wow guests," Cousins says. "I suggest something either superbright and kitschy, or dark and moody to stay away from that grandmother floral vibe."Or you can cover a few chairs with a funky floral pattern to create a mismatched—but cohesive—look, Cousins suggests."This way you're not committing to too much noise in your seating area, and it's fun for guests to come over and choose which chair they want to sit in," she says.Want to do more, but afraid to plaster your walls with paper? Hang some graphic floral prints to add some drama to your dining space without spending too much money.What to buy:———In the living roomPhoto by A Good Chick To Know If your living room is in need of a face-lift, floral wallpaper could be the answer for a dramatic new look.If you prefer a vintage touch, floral chinoiserie wallpaper is an old-school trend that has made a comeback."These days, I am doing more chinoiserie than I have in years for my clients," Polo says.For your 21st-century living room, pair your chinoiserie wallpaper with modern furniture and graphic-print art. But if you really like a traditional style, you can look for vintage chests and even a grandfather clock at your local flea market.If vintage isn't your style, a graphic floral mural wallpaper will elevate your living room, too."Use floral patterns that are fresh and abstract," recommends Tracy Lynn, an interior designer in Southern California. "Adding this season's current color trends from the fashion industry—such as hunter greens, pinks, and earthy mushroom hues—is a great way to take the traditional concept of spring florals and update it."What to buy:Chinoiserie wallpaper, Graham and Brown,$140Muse French navy wallpaper, ...

Apr 27, 2019

Wild bee males and females like different flowers - Futurity: Research News

Rutgers University-New Brunswick. A female Agapostemon virescens, also called the bicolored striped-sweat bee, on prickly pear in Highland Park, New Jersey. (Credit: Michael Roswell/Rutgers-New Brunswick) Five years ago, when Winfree Lab members were evaluating federally funded programs to create habitat for pollinators, Roswell noticed that some flowers were very popular with male bees and others with females. That spurred a study to test, for as many wild bee species as possible, whether males and females visit different kinds of flowers. A male Agapostemon virescens, also called the bicolored striped-sweat bee, on spotted knapweed in the Hutcheson Memorial Forest in Franklin Township, Somerset County. (Credit: Michael Roswell/Rutgers-New Brunswick) New Jersey is home to about 400 species of wild bees—not including Apis mellifera Linnaeus, the domesticated western honeybee whose males do not forage for food, Roswell notes. The scientists collected 18,698 bees from 152 species in New Jersey. The bees visited 109 flower species in six semi-natural meadows with highly abundant and diverse flowers. The meadows were managed to promote mostly native flowers that attract pollinators. Female bees build, maintain, collect food for and defend nests, while male bees primarily seek mates. Both sexes drink floral nectar for food, but only females collect pollen that serves as food for young bees, so they forage at greater rates than males. From the flowers’ standpoint, both female and male bees are important pollinators—though female bees are more prolific because they spend more time foraging at flowers. Before mating, the males of some species travel from the area where they were born. Targeting their preferences for flowers may help maintain genetically diverse bee populations, Roswell speculates. “We see some intriguing patterns, where certain plant families seem relatively preferred or avoided by male bees, or where males have relatively less appetite for visiting flowers that only produce pollen and not nectar,” ...

Apr 27, 2019

Artistic Spring blooms with vibrant color at N.J. Flower and Garden Show - NJ.com

Wander through dazzling garden displays filled with stunning colors, enjoy colorful exhibits and beautiful artistic crafts at the popular New Jersey Flower and Garden Show.The show features display gardens, a standard flower show courtesy of the Garden Club of New Jersey, exhibits, seminars, demonstrations and a huge garden marketplace. This year's theme is “Artists of the Past,” so all of the displays and artistic crafts are inspired by some of history’s great artists, including Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollack, Salvador Dali and others. The 17th annual event runs through Sunday at the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center in Edison. Visitors can stroll through nine full-scale gardens featuring colorful live plants created by local landscape designers and artists. There are several displays including horticulture, artistic floral arranging, and cra...