Sidney House Of Flowers
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Sidney House Of Flowers
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Jul 26, 2019
Wilderness Wanderings: Hike now to enjoy Zirkel wildflowers - Steamboat Pilot & Today
The following is what they found.Gold Creek Lake Trail currently has a large variety of flowers in bloom. Volunteers Nancy Kellogg, Rita Soller and Sidney Moon found 33 different varieties, ranging from indian paintbrush, parry’s primrose and Jacob’s ladder to shooting stars and bog wintergreen. And in wet areas, lots of bluebells, also called chiming bells. They also confirmed three orchids: brown cluster, coral root and bog. “As we hiked up in elevation, many of the species in bloom changed, either because their season is somewhat altered by altitude or because different flower species prefer different environs,” Kellogg said. “For anyone who enjoys flowers, it should still be good hunting for several weeks.”Hiking Mica Trail, Emily Seaver and Cindy Kinnear, Elaine Dermody and Elain Kopf get the award for identifying the most flowers — an eye-popping 41. Now that’s some bouquet! Of course it helps that Seaver is a longtime board member of Yampa River Botanic Park. These ladies saw lousewort, red gilia, waterleaf, purple vetch, spearmint, columbine, whipple’s penstemon and salsify which is otherwise known as oyster plan due to the taste of its roots. They also found aspen sunflower, which is also called old-man-of-the-mountain. Tom Baer, Tom Schlicht and Dave Kinnear did not have much luck with flowers on Gilpin Trail, although they did see that columbine are just starting to bloom.“Flowers are going off late this year,” Baer said.Wildflowers were relatively sparse on the lesser hiked Three Island Lake and North Lake trails. However, saw crews on those two trails saw occasional wild roses with larger than normal blossoms. There was also wild mustard and an abundance of white blossomed thimbleberry. Heading out to a hike? Don’t forget to bring your wildflower book. Or even better, load a wildflower app on your smartphone to help identify the flowers. Yes, there’s an app for that, too.For up-to-date trail information call the U.S. Forest Service in Steamboat Springs at 970-870-2299 or in Yampa at 970-638-4516. Or check the Routt County Trail Conditions G... Dec 14, 2018
Japanese Artist Mariko Maita Creates Unique Art from Pressed Flowers - GraysHarborTalk
Aberdeen. Mariko is also a member of the new Riverside Gallery in South Bend which opened four months ago.
The Maita children are artistic, too. Son Sidney enjoys detailed work using pen and ink. Daughter Christine draws and illustrates books.
On the porch, some beautiful bonsai are displayed. They filled Mariko's creative need in the years she was working. Among them is a 30-year-old pine. Smiling, she points out a young seedling: "I told my son he would have to take this one over. I will not have another 30 years."
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Deep field set for Bridge of Flowers 40th anniversary
Easthampton, recently placed eighth at the James Joyce 10K in Dedham, which served as the U.S. championship for the Master's (ages 40-49) Division. Sidney Letendre, of Florence, returns after running an 8:11 pace on the course last season at the age of 62. Jul 26, 2018
Corpse flower in full bloom at Conservatory of Flowers
Garden from parent plants Trudy and Titania, Suma and Terra were donated to the Conservatory in 2014--in Terra's case, from a private collector named Sidney Price who kept the plant for years in his Mission apartment bathroom. [embedded content] Peak bloom for the plant will last only about three days, according to Conservatory botanists. To accommodate visitors, the Conservatory is offering extended hours, 10 a.m - 10 p.m. through Wednesday.The Conservatory is also live streaming Suma's progress on YouTube.It's unclear whether the facility has increased security for its fragrant star attraction: in January 2017, an unidentified man became a viral video sensation when he crossed a barrier to fondle Terra the Titan while a companion took photos.
... Feb 8, 2018
Farewell to Helen Eliason, who leaves a beautiful garden for us all to enjoy
Friends of Goodstay Gardens to restore them to their 1920s glory.With neighbor and fellow garden enthusiast, Sidney Craven, the two launched a mighty fundraising effort and established a board of directors that gathered a pantheon of local horticultural leaders. Volunteers from local garden clubs and organizations gathered weekly to uncover the treasures hidden under the weeds.“She had an expression that she must have repeated at least once a month — ‘water wears down stone,’” says Craven, remembering Eliason’s ability to deal diplomatically with the university to make changes happen.“I didn’t have the patience, so we were a good team. I would say we spent at least 10 hours a week for 10 years in the garden.” Carol Long, curator of the gardens at Winterthur, who served on the Goodstay board of directors and also helped Eliason in her Wawaset garden for a time, likewise remembers her tenacity. “The Helen who employed me was gentle, easygoing, and kind; it was always an interesting contrast when she became the champion of Goodstay. Don’t get in her way when she sets her mind to something,” she says.meta...Jan 26, 2018
Local resident helps to create Rose Parade float
Jan. 1.Ginnie and Bill Bull are the owners of the Kerrville UPS Store on Sidney Baker South.The 2018 parade was only the second time that UPS has had a float entry accepted for this famous annual parade.“I’ve never done anything like that, and it sounded interesting and fun. My daughter Angela Brinkley was home for a visit at Christmas with her family; and she said she’d go with me,” Bull said. “So I replied and told them we would come.”Brinkley teaches school in Louisiana and had a Christmas break, so they were visiting in Kerrville.The two of them packed suitcases and left Bill at home with their son, two 16-year-olds and a 12-year-old.Bull said they arrived in Pasadena the Wednesday after Christmas to find all the hotels booked full beginning Saturday, Dec. 30, when people with parade tickets were going to arrive. But they found a hotel room for the three nights before that.The next day they took a hotel shuttle to the “Rose Pavilion,” giant warehouses where the floats were being constructed.“Where are your parade tickets?” they were asked; and they had to say they didn’t have any. They were only going to be there three days, to work.They asked directions to the specific warehouse for the UPS float, and, at the booth outside the doors, got red t-shirts with their first names on the back, so the directors could yell instructions at the approximately 120 volunteers.The shirts were printed on the front with a graphi... (Community journal)
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