Tiger Lily Flower Shop
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Tiger Lily Flower Shop
700 E. Sahara Ave
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Flowers and Gifts News
Oct 5, 2017
Taylor Swift Sends Flowers To Injured Police Officer After Las Vegas Shooting
Taylor Swift has made a powerful gesture in the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas. The “Look What You Made Me Do” singer sent multiple floral bouquets to a female police officer who was injured while attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival. The Los Angeles Police Department’s Foothill Community Police Station in Pacoima, California, apparently received the gifts on Monday, after a gunman fired into the crowd at the Vegas country musical festival, claiming the lives of more than 50 people and injuring scores of others. “Talk about a class act! @taylorswift sent multiple bouquets of flowers and plants to our station, as one of our officers was shot in Las Vegas last night,” an LAPD intel analyst named Kimberlee Binder wrote in an Instagram caption for a photo of the stunning multi-colored flowers. “This is one of the smaller arrangements. Beautiful flowers can bring a smile to anyone’s face. Much respect.”The unnamed officer was off duty and enjoying the festival headlined by country star Jason Aldean, when she was reportedly st...Oct 5, 2017
Florists at convention in Las Vegas use donated flowers to create memorial for shooting victims
Philadelphia florist Susan Davis was in her hotel room on the Las Vegas Strip Sunday night preparing to speak at an annual wedding convention the next day when her hotel went on lockdown and sirens began to blare.
Just miles away, suspected gunman Stephen Paddock was opening fire on thousands of attendees at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
When Davis and her colleagues learned Monday morning that the shooting had killed 58 and left nearly 500 injured, they stepped into action to do what they could to help, spearheading an effort to create a memorial for the victims' families.
“We figured there wasn’t a place for families to mourn because you couldn’t get to the site,” said Davis. “That’s what florists do, we show up at the best times and the worst times in people’s lives.”
Davis’s wedding convention was being held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, the same spot where local officials opened a family assistance center for victims’ families to gather.
Davis, of Philadelphia, and another c... (ABC News)Sep 8, 2017
Refuge Notebook: How invasive plants invade the landscape
Sometimes I do this trip in a manic, coffee-infused 20-hour drive that’s a little reminiscent of “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.” Other times I putz, camping wherever and whenever.It was different this time. I hit peak flowering for White Sweetclover (Melilotus albus), an invasive legume native to Asia and Europe that was introduced to the American colonies in the 1600s, likely as cattle forage. Now, four centuries later, I couldn’t help but notice its white flowers almost continuously marking the Alaska Highway for 700 miles between Girdwood and Coldfoot. Sweetclover was introduced to Alaska in 1913 as a potential forage crop and was foolishly cultivated to become more cold hardy.What’s troubling is that en route to the Brooks Range, the highway (and sweetclover) intersects some big river basins on both sides of the Alaska Range: Susitna, Nenana, Yukon, Kanuti and Koyukuk. Sweetclover seeds not only float well, but they prefer disturbed soils like those found on stream gravel bars, and so this becomes the means or vector by which this invasive plant can disperse across the landscape. In 2008, University of Alaska researchers fed sweetclover seeds to moose held captive at the Matanuska... (Kenai Peninsula Online)Jun 29, 2017
#TGW: Smelling the Flowers
IPad’s, hotel stays, and dozens of airline tickets to premier destinations such as Miami, New York, Panama, Rome, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago, London, Dublin, Rio De Janerio, and Toronto. All finishers receive a fantastic t-shirt and goody bag filled with prizes and surprises!All registration proceeds are donated to the Cayman Islands Cancer Society. (Georgia Tech Official Athletic Site)Apr 20, 2017
Wildflower hike bursts with colors at Spring Mountain Ranch
Bright orange. Hot pink. Magenta. These are not the usual earthy tones of the Las Vegas Valley. But, with spring in the air, desert blossoms were aplenty at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park.On Sunday, about 100 people and a few dogs took a walk on the wildflower side down the Ash Grove Trail. The mile-and-a-half-long trail took people past a native grove of trees and a wash and into a sea of colors.“The Mojave Desert usually looks kind of brown and red, but for a few weeks, maybe a month in the springtime, it bursts with color,” park interpreter David Low said. “That’s happening right now with all of the wildflowers.”At the annual wildflower hike’s first stop, the group learned about an invasive species — wild mustard. The bright yellow flowers may look pretty, but Low warned that the widespread weeds dry quickly to create a fire hazard.Hikers also saw a banana yucca displaying white flowers. Low said the Southern Paiutes used to eat the flowers and described the skin as dragonlike with a waxy, smooth feel.“This must feel amazing in your mouth,” he joked.Low als...Apr 7, 2017
Obituaries for Sunday, March 19, 2017
Wayne A. Medeiros and Shirley R. Simbre-Medeiros, birth parents Shirlet Abergas and Steven Saflor, brothers Scott Simbre-Medeiros of Las Vegas, Cyrus Simbre-Medeiros of Hohenfels, Germany, Shayne Simbre- Medeiros of Kekaha, Johnnie Simbre of Hanapepe and Francis Abergas of Oahu, sisters Erica Santiago-Abergas of Puhi, Courtney Espiritu Rapozo of Lihue, Jessica Giron-Abergas of Makakilo, Shelsy Simbre-Medeiros of Kekaha, Laorencia Abergas of Kekaha and Alicia Abergas-Spriggs of Wailua, and numerous uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins.Friends may visit with the family on Saturday, March 25, at St. Theresa Church in Kekaha from 9 to 11 a.m. with Mass to follow.The family suggests casual attire and requests that flowers be omitted.Arrangements were handled by Garden Island Mortuary, Ltd.Ernest CamaraErnest Camara of Kalaheo passed away at home on March 11 at the age of 91. He was born in Kauai on May 14, 1925, and retired from Amfac as the lumber yard foreman.He was preceded in death by his wife Katherine Camara, parents John and Mary Camara and brothers August and Manuel Camara.He is survived by children Sharon (Johnson) Villanida of Kalaheo, Anthony (Tracey) Camara of Hanapepe, Rinda (Richard) Banasihan of Kalaheo and Yvette (Mark) Scribner, 11 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren, five great-great- grandchildren, brother Richard (Betty) Camara of Wisconsin, sister Dorothy Lopes of Florida and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.A celebration of his life will be held on March 22 at Holy Cross Church, with viewing from 9 a.m. and Mass celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Burial will follow at Kauai Memorial Gardens.Kauai Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home assisted the Camara family with arrangements.© 2017 Thegardenisland.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.Le... (Thegardenisland.com)
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