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New Mexico, NM Florists

Find florist in New Mexico state that deliver flowers for any occasion including Birthdays, Anniversaries, Funerals as well as Valentines Day and Mother's Day. Select a New Mexico city below to find local flower shops contact information, address and more.

New Mexico Cities

New Mexico State Featured Florists

Wild At Heart Floral

302 S 2Nd St
Tucumcari, NM 88401

Fiesta Flowers

2105 Dona Ana Road
Las Cruces, NM 88007

Blumen Kenner Exquisite Flwrs

852 Hillcrest Dr
Santa Fe, NM 87501

Desert Rose Flowers & Gifts

1700 Main
Eunice, NM 88231

Bloom Flowers & Gifts

1400 Main St Sw
Los Lunas, NM 87042

New Mexico Flowers News

Nov 2, 2017

State Supreme Court rules Richland flower shop discriminated against gay couple by refusing wedding service

U.S. Supreme Court, according to Lambda Legal. In 2014, the court declined to hear an appeal of a case out of New Mexico that went against a photographer who denied a same-sex couple service, the Associated Press reported.Stutzman’s lawyers with Alliance Defending Freedom said she acted consistently with her faith, but Washington justices “concluded that the government can force her — and, by extension, other Washingtonians — to create artistic expression and participate in events with which they disagree.”‘This case is about crushing dissent’Attorney Kristen K. Waggoner said government was formed to be freedom’s greatest protector, not its greatest threat. She noted that while Ingersoll and Freed were able to get wedding flowers from other Tri-City businesses, Stutzman’s freedom and everything she owns has been targeted relentlessly by the state and the ACLU.“This case is about crushing dissent. In a free America, people with differing beliefs must have room to coexist,” Waggoner said in the telephone press conference. “It’s wrong for the state to force any citizen to support a particular view about marriage or anything else against their will. Freedom of speech and religion aren’t subject to the whim of a majority; they are constitutional guarantees.”Waggoner said she hopes the ninth justice, nominee Neil Gorsuch, will be on the U.S. Supreme Court b... (Tri-City Herald)

Aug 10, 2017

More than just flowers: Georgia O'Keeffe at the Art Gallery of Ontario ...

Georgia O’Keeffe’s ‘Black Mesa Landscape, New Mexico’ at the Art Gallery of Ontario (Courtesy of the Art Gallery of Ontario).The Georgia O’Keeffe exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) seeks to explore more than her legacy as an artist. Although distinctly known best for her many paintings of flowers, Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986) was more than just a modernist artist. In fact, as the exhibit carefully describes, these famous flower paintings quickly became the infamous paintings that we know as a result of a public push to sexualize her work. Even as she vehemently tried to dispel these myths, this attribution of connotation to her work became engrained in her artistry, sadly never able to be removed. She constantly stated that flowers were just flowers and colors were just co... (The Stanford Daily)

Jun 16, 2017

Slow Flower Movement takes root in southern New Mexico

Today, the farm is a partially woman-owned and woman-operated business with both wholesale and retail sales in El Paso, Las Cruces and southern New Mexico.Customers include flower shops, flower designers and retail customers in stores such as the Toucan Market in Las Cruces. Calhoun Flower Farms will also be involved with FARMesilla, a local market that will offer produce grown in the Mesilla Valley, scheduled to open this summer.Buy PhotoSusannah Calhoun, at her flower farm in La Mesa, shows a photo covered in plexiglass where she records which flowers are planted in each row, Wednesday, May 17, 2017. (Photo: Josh Bachman/Sun-News)       Knowledge passed down through generationsCalhoun credits her family for providing her with a solid foundation in agriculture. “My grandmother, NaDeanne Calhoun, was a master gardener and deeply involved with the Iris Society of Las Cruces,” she said. “Whenever we visited as kids, she’d quiz us on the flowers in her garden.” To learn the business of farming, she has worked side by side with her father, who taught her the basics of good farming along with the mechanics of driving a tractor and using other farm equipment.“My parents were all about experimenting and research,” she said. “They’d give us packs of seeds and we’d go out and learn about them on our own. We made plenty of mistakes but we eventually made something beautiful.”Calhoun Flower Farms produces flowers throughout most of the year except during November, December and January, when the weather is coldest. “We’re planning to add a hoop house, a more frugal option for a greenhouse, for year-round growing,” Calhoun said. She plants flowers two to three times a week to keep a consistent crop on hand for harvesting, and practices eco-friendly and sustainable planting as much as possible.The farm has been profitable since its first year and sales have grown in every year since. According to Calhoun, it is on track to triple revenues this year.Today, Calhoun said, her father and sister are still involved in the business but aren’t around as much because they are confident in her ability to run operations. Instead, she now spends a part of every day traveling with him to learn about his business, Calhoun Farm Services, and the science of managing pecan farms.Buy PhotoCalhoun... (Las Cruces Sun-News)

Apr 13, 2017

Wonderful World of Native Plants – Easter flowers

TaosNPS at or call (505) 751-0511. Chapter website: Facebook page: Search for “Native Plant Society New Mexico Taos Chapter.”Johnson is an active member of the national Outdoor Writers’ Association. She writes this column on behalf of the Native Plant Society of New Mexico, Taos Chapter. (taosnews)

Mar 30, 2017

Volusia says goodbye to fallen heroes

The two were among three airmen who died on the evening of March 14, after their reconnaissance plane crashed during a training exercise near Clovis, New Mexico. Becker and Dellecker served with the 318th Special Operations Squadron at Cannon Air Force Base in New Mexico, and had ties to Volusia County.Surfer-turned-pilotFlanked by flowers and a brass ensemble, an American flag covered 26-year-old Dellecker’s casket Friday afternoon. A crowd of more than 400 watched in Embry-Riddle's ICI Center, as a video from Dellecker’s family said what words could not.The images showed a happy child who developed a passion for surfing. Though by all accounts Dellecker appeared a normal young man, those in attendance remarked on how extraordinary he was.Dellecker grew up in Daytona Beach and Ormond Beach before entering the U.S. Air Force Academy. Though new to his career as a pilot, Dellecker earned the flight’s Lieutenant of the quarter award in 2017. He also was awarded with the Air Force Commendation medal posthumously.John Spence, a family friend, shared the story of how he helped Dellecker prepare for his Air Force Academy entrance interviews.“I drilled him. I grilled him. I asked him every question I could think of. I tried to intimidate him. I tried to fluster him,” Spence said. “But he was on top of it. He was focused. He was well prepared, and at the end of it, I told him he did absolutely perfect. And then boom! There was that big Drew Dellecker smile.”Dellecker loved his family, his friends an... (Daytona Beach News-Journal)