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Florists in Enfield, NS

Find local Enfield, Nova Scotia florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Enfield 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.

Enfield Flower Shops

Crabapple Cottage Floral & Gifts

294 Highway 2
Enfield, NS B2T1C9
(902) 876-1166

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Jul 5, 2019

Miss Floribunda: Flowers for shade - Hyattsville Life & Times

May will die back after flowering, so size is not a problem with them. Some charming varieties, such as the white Shirley Temple, the red Karl Rosenfield, and the pink Sarah Bernhardt, do fine in light shade. You will notice I have my peonies blooming under a crepe myrtle, not under the heavy shade of the maple. The irises in the shady areas of my garden are Japanese rather than the bearded German irises that require much more sun. The lilies in bud are not the sun-loving Oriental lilies but the shade-loving Asiatic lilies. By the time the Asiatic lilies finish blooming, Turk’s cap lilies and certain shade-tolerant daylilies will begin to bloom. Multicolored daylilies look particularly striking placed near the deep blue hydrangeas that bloom simultaneously with them. Both Dr. Fox-Glover and I grow the David Austin English roses, which often do better in light shade than in full sun. Full sun bearing down on a Hyattsville garden is much harsher than the gentle sunlight this variety is accustomed to in its native England, and is a source of stress. I also cultivate the OGR (Old Garden Roses), many of which tolerate considerable shade and even thrive and bloom where tree roots compete with them. I have a Lady Banks rose that is actually climbing my maple and a Zephirine Drouhin embracing my redbud tree. However, few Old Garden Roses will bloom continuously through the summer, though quite a few will recur in the autumn. There are exceptions, notably polyantha roses like The Fairy, which is loaded with frothy pink blooms from May till frost. The Knockout roses are also pretty shade tolerant, and they bloom continuously. However, most plants that bloom beneath trees only do so in the spring. Before sprouting leaves get big enough to block the sun, the plants have enough light to flower. Some just die back into the ground after flowering, while others, such as Solomon’s seal, retain attractive foliage. I am thinking of the collections I acquired through the plant exchanges at the home of Dr. Fox-Glover: multi-colored foxgloves, hellebores and columbine; ethereal blue Jacob’s ladder and cranesbill geraniums; red, white and pink bleeding hearts. From other sources, I’ve added the exquisitely scented lilies of the valley, whose white or pink flowers are followed by red berries; indigo in yellow, as well as deep purplish blue; salvias of different shades; and rose-, blue- and purple-flowering ajuga. Ajuga makes quite a handsome ground cover all summer, even after flowering, if you acquire varieties whose leaves are marked in different patterns of purple and red. As the summer progresses, you might forego flowers in favor of shade plants with colorful foliage. Artfully placed Japanese painted ferns, coleus and caladiums can create a veritable tapestry of rich color and intricate design by late summer. Elephant ears, if you have the room, can bring the exotic jungle to your garden. The search for shade garden interest never ends, and new wonders appear all the time. Just keep your ear to the ground, so to speak, and associate with gardeners who are happy to share plants with you. A good way to start is to come to the next meeting of the Hyattsville Horticultural Society on Saturday, June 15, at the home of Gina de Ferrari, 4306 Oliver Street. The meeting will start at 10 a.m. Share this:...

Jul 5, 2019

A New Toni Morrison Documentary Gives the World’s Greatest Living Writer Her Flowers, and Plants New Seeds - The Root

Photo: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders (Magnolia Pictures)Toni Morrison had to figure out a way to talk to Muhammad Ali. It was the mid-’70s and at the time, she was his editor, tasked with bringing his autobiography to the world. But Ali wouldn’t speak to her—deferring instead to whatever man was in the room. Her longtime friend, author and activist Angela Davis, recalls seeing that dynamic play out—and witnessing Morrison come up with a solution. At the time, Morrison had already published The Bluest Eye and Sula, but it wasn’t her literary heft that she threw at the heavyweight champion. Knowing how much Ali held mother figures in reverence, Morrison, the mother of two boys, spoke to Ali in ways “that reminded him of his mother,” Davis recalls, eventually using this to forge a deep connection to the boxer.It’s a story Davis recalls while on the phone with me, and that Morrison tells herself in a new documentary, The Pieces I Am, in theaters this Friday.In Davis’ words, the documentary is a “living memoria...

Jul 5, 2019

Miss Floribunda: Flowers for shade - Hyattsville Life & Times

May will die back after flowering, so size is not a problem with them. Some charming varieties, such as the white Shirley Temple, the red Karl Rosenfield, and the pink Sarah Bernhardt, do fine in light shade. You will notice I have my peonies blooming under a crepe myrtle, not under the heavy shade of the maple. The irises in the shady areas of my garden are Japanese rather than the bearded German irises that require much more sun. The lilies in bud are not the sun-loving Oriental lilies but the shade-loving Asiatic lilies. By the time the Asiatic lilies finish blooming, Turk’s cap lilies and certain shade-tolerant daylilies will begin to bloom. Multicolored daylilies look particularly striking placed near the deep blue hydrangeas that bloom simultaneously with them. Both Dr. Fox-Glover and I grow the David Austin English roses, which often do better in light shade than in full sun. Full sun bearing down on a Hyattsville garden is much harsher than the gentle sunlight this variety is accustomed to in its native England, and is a source of stress. I also cultivate the OGR (Old Garden Roses), many of which tolerate considerable shade and even thrive and bloom where tree roots compete with them. I have a Lady Banks rose that is actually climbing my maple and a Zephirine Drouhin embracing my redbud tree. However, few Old Garden Roses will bloom continuously through the summer, though quite a few will recur in the autumn. There are exceptions, notably polyantha roses like The Fairy, which is loaded with frothy pink blooms from May till frost. The Knockout roses are also pretty shade tolerant, and they bloom continuously. However, most plants that bloom beneath trees only do so in the spring. Before sprouting leaves get big enough to block the sun, the plants have enough light to flower. Some just die back into the ground after flowering, while others, such as Solomon’s seal, retain attractive foliage. I am thinking of the collections I acquired through the plant exchanges at the home of Dr. Fox-Glover: multi-colored foxgloves, hellebores and columbine; ethereal blue Jacob’s ladder and cranesbill geraniums; red, white and pink bleeding hearts. From other sources, I’ve added the exquisitely scented lilies of the valley, whose white or pink flowers are followed by red berries; indigo in yellow, as well as deep purplish blue; salvias of different shades; and rose-, blue- and purple-flowering ajuga. Ajuga makes quite a handsome ground cover all summer, even after flowering, if you acquire varieties whose leaves are marked in different patterns of purple and red. As the summer progresses, you might forego flowers in favor of shade plants with colorful foliage. Artfully placed Japanese painted ferns, coleus and caladiums can create a veritable tapestry of rich color and intricate design by late summer. Elephant ears, if you have the room, can bring the exotic jungle to your garden. The search for shade garden interest never ends, and new wonders appear all the time. Just keep your ear to the ground, so to speak, and associate with gardeners who are happy to share plants with you. A good way to start is to come to the next meeting of the Hyattsville Horticultural Society on Saturday, June 15, at the home of Gina de Ferrari, 4306 Oliver Street. The meeting will start at 10 a.m. Share this:...

Jul 5, 2019

A New Toni Morrison Documentary Gives the World’s Greatest Living Writer Her Flowers, and Plants New Seeds - The Root

Photo: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders (Magnolia Pictures)Toni Morrison had to figure out a way to talk to Muhammad Ali. It was the mid-’70s and at the time, she was his editor, tasked with bringing his autobiography to the world. But Ali wouldn’t speak to her—deferring instead to whatever man was in the room. Her longtime friend, author and activist Angela Davis, recalls seeing that dynamic play out—and witnessing Morrison come up with a solution. At the time, Morrison had already published The Bluest Eye and Sula, but it wasn’t her literary heft that she threw at the heavyweight champion. Knowing how much Ali held mother figures in reverence, Morrison, the mother of two boys, spoke to Ali in ways “that reminded him of his mother,” Davis recalls, eventually using this to forge a deep connection to the boxer.It’s a story Davis recalls while on the phone with me, and that Morrison tells herself in a new documentary, The Pieces I Am, in theaters this Friday.In Davis’ words, the documentary is a “living memoria...

Jan 25, 2019

McLennan Flowers and Gifts Updates Their 'Love and Romance' Catalogue of Floral Designs - Press Release - Digital Journal

Valentine's heart sing. They deliver throughout London, Ontario and surrounding areas including Arva, Belmont, Byron, Denfield, Dorchester, Glanworth, Ilderton, Kilworth, Komoka, Lucan, Lambeth, Muncey, Mt. Brydges, Oneida, St. Thomas, Thamesford, Thorndale. One of their happy customers commented, "We have used McLennan Flowers and Gifts for all of our florist needs for over 20 years. From client gifts to photo shoots to numerous special occasion arrangements, McLennan Flowers has always provided us with a great product and even better customer service. Their pricing is great, and we have always seen a lot of value for what we receive." About McLennan Flowers and Gifts: Since 1995, McLennan Flowers and Gifts has been supplying beautiful floral arrangements that suit any occasion at an affordable cost. Visit https://www.mclennanflowers.com/ for more information.Media ContactCompany Name: McLennan Flowers and GiftsContact Person: Mary Ann VerberneEmail: Send EmailPhone: 519-652-2042Address:2445 Main St City: LondonState: OntarioCountry: CanadaWebsite: www.mclennanflowers.com...

Jan 25, 2019

McLennan Flowers and Gifts Updates Their 'Love and Romance' Catalogue of Floral Designs - Press Release - Digital Journal

Valentine's heart sing. They deliver throughout London, Ontario and surrounding areas including Arva, Belmont, Byron, Denfield, Dorchester, Glanworth, Ilderton, Kilworth, Komoka, Lucan, Lambeth, Muncey, Mt. Brydges, Oneida, St. Thomas, Thamesford, Thorndale. One of their happy customers commented, "We have used McLennan Flowers and Gifts for all of our florist needs for over 20 years. From client gifts to photo shoots to numerous special occasion arrangements, McLennan Flowers has always provided us with a great product and even better customer service. Their pricing is great, and we have always seen a lot of value for what we receive." About McLennan Flowers and Gifts: Since 1995, McLennan Flowers and Gifts has been supplying beautiful floral arrangements that suit any occasion at an affordable cost. Visit https://www.mclennanflowers.com/ for more information.Media ContactCompany Name: McLennan Flowers and GiftsContact Person: Mary Ann VerberneEmail: Send EmailPhone: 519-652-2042Address:2445 Main St City: LondonState: OntarioCountry: CanadaWebsite: www.mclennanflowers.com...

Nov 28, 2018

Cake and flowers: Rockcastle in Greece adds a bakery - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Tap Room is now open at Tops Plaza in Brighton. It's the restaurant's sixth bar and grill in the Rochester region, with other locations in Gates, Penfield, Greece, Henrietta and Buffalo. MacGregor's takes the place of the former Zebb's at 1890 S. Clinton Ave. in an out parcel in front of the plaza. It is known for its beer flights, beer specials as well as its signature sandwiches such as roast beef and hot pastrami. Bargain of the Week A trip to Greece meant an opportunity to explore businesses there. Across the street from Rockcastle Florist and Special T Cakes is Dell's Market and Deli...

Nov 28, 2018

Cake and flowers: Rockcastle in Greece adds a bakery - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Tap Room is now open at Tops Plaza in Brighton. It's the restaurant's sixth bar and grill in the Rochester region, with other locations in Gates, Penfield, Greece, Henrietta and Buffalo. MacGregor's takes the place of the former Zebb's at 1890 S. Clinton Ave. in an out parcel in front of the plaza. It is known for its beer flights, beer specials as well as its signature sandwiches such as roast beef and hot pastrami. Bargain of the Week A trip to Greece meant an opportunity to explore businesses there. Across the street from Rockcastle Florist and Special T Cakes is Dell's Market and Deli...

Mar 23, 2018

Police investigate after funeral flowers taken from grave of Cheshunt dad who died of cancer

Police are investigating after funeral flowers were taken from the grave of a Cheshunt dad in Enfield Crematorium who died of cancer earlier this year.Wayne Barton, 36, told his new wife, Lisa Barton, he loved her as he passed away on January 27 after a battle with terminal cancer.But the flowers on his grave that were put their following his funeral on Valentine's Day have vanished with the Metropolitan Police being called in to investigate it as potential theft.Read MoreMrs Barton said: "Everyone has been so shocked and disgusted that anyone would do something like that."I was there on Monday and I laid fresh flowers. I got a call on Friday from a friend who was visited him and they told me that all the flowers were gone.The flowers on the grave of Wayne Barton at the Enfield Crematorium"I went down to the crematorium straight away and I went into the office about to ask about what had happened."They were just totally shocked."Read MoreTheir daughter, Bryony-May, was due to visit the grave of her dad on Mother's Day, but now won't visit because the plot was left in such a mes...

Jan 26, 2018

Between the Rows: Emily Dickinson's inspired world of poetry and flowers

Pat Leuchtman has written and gardened since 1980. She lives in Greenfield. Readers can leave comments at her website: www.commonweeder.com. (The Recorder)