Florists in Asbury Park, NJ
Find local Asbury Park, New Jersey florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Asbury Park 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.
Asbury Park Flower Shops
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Sep 8, 2017
Mueller's Flowers in Manasquan vows to reopen after fire
They also thanked Manasquan fire and police departments, as well as fire departments from Sea Girt, Brielle, Wall, Neptune and Asbury Park for their aid and assistance."We have listened and read every single one of your messages and are extremely moved by all of the thoughtful words and prayers we have received," Marta and Mauro said.More: Howell flower farmer finds joy in her jobMore: Sweet smell of success at Silver Tulip FloristBuy PhotoThe burned out frame of Mueller’s on Route 71 in Manasquan is shown Monday, August 7, 2017. The floral shop was gutted by a fire Sunday. (Photo: Thomas P. Costello)"We feel extremely blessed to be a part of such a wonderful community that we now look to as family. We are saddened by what has occurred and we are determined to rebuild Mueller's with the same charm and character that made us fall in love with the shop."Mueller's will continue to operate and will provide updates on their temporary location on their Facebook page, they said.David P. Willis: 732-643-4039; email@example.com; facebook.com/dpwillis732.Read or Share this story: http://on.app.com/2vQ3FZs... (Asbury Park Press)Jul 27, 2017
Howell flower farmer finds joy in her job
Flowers From the Farm NJ, selling her freshly grown products at farmers’ markets in Asbury Park and Howell on the weekends while continuing to learn her trade through research, classes, and first-hand experience.“When you find a passion or new challenge, you retain things because it’s meant to be,” she said.More: Summer Guide: Markets and festivals not to be missedMore: Sweet smell of success at Silver Tulip FloristShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext SlideLeading the fieldIn the two years since launching, Flowers From the Farm NJ has continued to flourish.Now farming roughly half an acre of land spread out over her own property as well as at Calgo Gardens in Howell, “I enjoy creating bouquets, so I grow a lot of many different types of flowers in a variety of colors, from dahlias, anemones and lisianthus to ranunculus, nigella, scabiosa and more,” Vargo said of flowers she uses to create everything from $10 petite jarred arrangements to elaborate $50 birthday bouquets and various-sized arrangements priced at $9 to $25 for sale at farmers’ markets.In an age of technology and automation, Vargo is proud of her hands-on, one-woman show.“By keeping the rows tight and turned over, you can grow more than you realize on a small piece of land and my operation is all manual, no tractors,” said Vargo, who gets to her garden between 6 and 6:30 a.m. daily to harvest, weed,... (Asbury Park Press)Mar 2, 2017
Sweet smell of success at Silver Tulip Florist
The Asbury Park Press is launching the Small Business Innovator of the Year Awards, searching for the most innovative companies in Monmouth and Ocean counties in six categories.
Ryan RossBuy PhotoStore manager Annarose Guarnieri works on an arrangement at Silver Tulip Florist in Middletown.(Photo: Doug Hood)Buy PhotoMIDDLETOWN - Ever since she was a kid in the Middletown area, Bridget Matthews always loved flowers and was very hands on in the field.“I grew up working at Lincroft Florist, cleaning flowers and helping the owners around the shop,” said the 49-year-old resident of the Lincroft section. “I’ve always loved how happy flowers can make people and the level of comfort and joy they can bring, even during difficult times like funerals.”Matthews ultimately became a second grade and communion teacher at Saint Leo the Great School in Middletown, but the appeal of working with flowers never really subsided, nor did her experience in the field go unnoticed. So in 2015, when the owner o... (Asbury Park Press)Feb 3, 2017
Send your Valentine a barbershop quartet
Each visit includes two songs, a long-stem rose and a photo memento.
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Previously, quartets have visited homes, offices, restaurants, warehouses, schools and even a police academy, according to a news release.
Visits can be scheduled from Saturday, Feb. 11 through Tuesday. Feb. 14. For more information, or to schedule a visit, call Jon Greene at 732-583-1684.
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The Chorus of the Atlantic also welcomes visitors to their rehearsals. The group meets Tuesdays from 7:30 to 10 p.m. at Red Bank Middle School, 101 Harding Road, Red Bank. Visit RedBankChorus.org for more information.
The Chorus of the Atlantic is part of the Red Bank Area Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society and is a nonprofit organization with a mission to "provide cultural enhancement and arts education to all audiences at the Jersey Shore through high-quality performances and to encourage and promote the education of its members and the public in music appreciation, and; to initiate, promote and participate in charitable projects, and; to promote public appreciation of barbershop harmony," according to the news release.
Ilana Keller: 732-643-4260; firstname.lastname@example.org
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Neptune bakers taste sweet success, seek store
Neptune and selling the biscuits on their website and at local festivals and farmer’s markets in Asbury Park, Manasquan, Ocean Grove and elsewhere, “sales exploded because they’re so darn good,” Knopp said. “We’d typically sell out of everything we’d made by noon.”
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Mrs. McMurtrie's Favorite Chocolate Walnut biscuits made by Belvidere Baking Co. (Photo: BOB BIELK/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER)
To meet their strong and growing demand, they ramped up the business and created another 16 flavors (for a total of 22), including "Butler’s Pantry," which features white Ghirardelli chocolate and fresh blueberries, "Velvet Ladies," which combines chocolate, cherries and walnuts, "C... (Asbury Park Press)Feb 3, 2016
Things to Do in New Jersey, Jan. 30 Through Feb. 7
Jan. 30 through March 4. $10 and $12. Rutgers University-New Brunswick, 71 Hamilton Street. 848-932-8482; njfilmfest.com.
Music and Dance
ASBURY PARK “So Long for Now Tour,” with Hunter Valentine. Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. $10. The Saint, 601 Main Street. 732-775-9144; thesaintnj.com.
ENGLEWOOD Almost Queen, tribute band. Feb. 6 at 8 p.m. $25 to $45. Bergen Performing Arts Center, 30 North Van Brunt Street. 201-227-1030; bergenpac.org.
HACKETTSTOWN “An Oscar Moment” with the Matt Baker Quartet, jazz. Jan. 30 at 8 p.m. $22.50. Lackland Center, 715 Grand Avenue. 908-979-0900; centenarystageco.org.
HIGHLAND PARK Daoine, traditional Irish. Jan. 31 at 2 p.m. Free. Highland Park Public Library, 31 North Fifth Avenue. 732-572-2750; hpplnj.org.
HILLSIDE Polish Baltic Philharmonic, with all-Beethoven program. Feb. 6 at 7:30 p.m. $35 to $45. Enlow Recital Hall at Kean University, 215 North Avenue. 908-737-7469; enlowhall.kean.edu.
MONTCLAIR Seventh Annual Concert for Haiti, including performances by Aztec Two Step, Jen Chapin, Richard and Soleil Laurent and Zing Experience. All proceeds will be donated to four organizations that support work in Haiti. Jan. 30, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. $25. Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair, 67 Church Street. 973-744-6276.
MORRISTOWN Sérgio Mendes, Brazilian jazz. Feb. 4 at 8 p.m. $49 to $69. Mayo Performing Arts Center, 100 South Street. 973-539-8008; mayoarts.org.
MORRISTOWN Mustard’s Retreat with Katherine Rondeau, folk. Feb. 5 at 8 p.m. $9; children under 12, free. The Minstrel, Morristown Unitarian Fellowship, 21 Normandy Heights Road. 973-335-9489; folkproject.org.
NEWARKBruce Springsteen, the River Tour. Jan. 31 at 7:30 p.m. $73 to $155. Prudential Center, 25 Lafayette Street. 973-757-6600; prucenter.com.
NEWARK Babyface, with After 7, R&B. Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. $49.50 to $99.50. Prudential Hall, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, 1 Center Street. 888-466-5722; njpac.org.
NEWARK The Callaway Sisters, performing Broadway songs. Jan. 30 at 6 and 8:30 p.m. $50 to $70. The Chase Room, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, 1 Center Street. 888-466-5722; njpac.org.
NEWARK Year of the Monkey: Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company. Feb. 6 and 7. $13 to $35. Victoria Theater, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, 1 Center Street. 888-466-5722; njpac.org.
PRINCETON Igor Levit, pianist. Feb. 4 at 8 p.m. $10 to $50. Richardson Auditorium, 68 Nassau Street. 609-258-2800.
SOUTH ORANGE Robyn Hitchcock, singer-songwriter. Jan. 30 at 8 p.m. $32 to $38. Matthew Lipman, viola. Feb. 7 at 3 p.m. $25. South Orange Performing Arts Center, 1 Sopac Way. 973-313-2787; sop... (New York Times)