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Ohio State Featured Florists
14 E. Cherry StSunbury, OH 43074
1156 N Bechtle AvenueSpringfield, OH 45504
1090 River RdGranville, OH 43023
6726 State Route 327Wellston, OH 45692
24 Main StRipley, OH 45167
Ohio Flowers News
Apr 27, 2019
Spring colors in full bloom around Cleveland - cleveland.com
David Petkiewicz, cleveland.com
CLEVELAND, Ohio - If you've been outside lately, and I hope you have since it's been pretty nice recently, I'm sure you've seen all the great colors on the blooming trees, flowers and shrubs.
Since I spend a lot of time driving around northeast Ohio on my job, I've have the chance to see a lot of the beautiful colors, and so I decided to stop and smell the roses (or whatever plant I came upon) in my travels.
So, Clevelanders, let's test your spring blossoms knowledge by letting me know what the various flowers are in the comments.
David Petkiewicz, cleveland.com
David Petkiewicz, cleveland.com
... Apr 27, 2019
Charlotte's Florals trucks in 'happiness' bouquets - Herald & Tribune
I think we succeed in that,” she said. “We found a truck on Craigslist and went and got it in Ohio. We got it up and running and went from there.”
When Julian parks her white flower truck at an event, customers get the chance to create their own bouquets or simply choose a couple of flowers from the selection. A guest can choose as many or as few flowers as they wish or they can even allow Julian to put her creativity to work.
“I get a lot of guys who need my help and are buying a bouquet for someone,” Julian said. “I like to challenge myself too. If someone asks me, I try to make a different bouquet each time from the selection that we have. But a lot of the girls enjoy doing it themselves, which is really cool to see.”
Bouquets range anywhere from $10 to around $50, depending on the size of the bouquet and what kind of flowers are chosen. This way, guests can find freedom in their selection as well as how much they pay for their selected bouquet.
“I think people enjoy the freedom,” Julian said. “They don’t have to spend a certain amount. It’s not a locked-in price. The first thing I ask people is, ‘Okay, what’s your budget?’ and then we go from there. Anytime someone comes up to me, they’re not spending more than they want to.”
Before the flower truck owner came up with Charlotte’s Florals, Julian was searching for her own freedom that would bring her out from behind a receptionist’s desk and behind the wheel of her own business.
“I had a hard time finding my niche,” she said. “I went to college for two years, didn’t really know what direction I wanted to go in, so in the next phase, I was just a receptionist. I felt held back being behind a desk all day doing that. And so thankfully when this opportunity came about, we just went for it. I’m very blessed to be able to do it full time.”
But it’s not just about showing up at public events: Julian, who is often assisted by her husband, Andrew, said her favorite part of running Charlotte’s Florals are the weddings.
“That’s probably my favorite part,” Julian said. “We can bring the truck to an event or wedding and your guest can build bouquets as a party favor and the host can pick the type of flowers and the color scheme for the event.
“Then we also do build-your-own-bouquet with the bride and her bridesmaids. So we bring the flower truck to their venue either the evening before or the morning of the wedding and they get to build their own for the day. It’s really fun. It’s a special moment and for photos too. Apr 27, 2019
Wild for flowers: Spring blooming season finally arrives in Pittsburgh region - Tribune-Review
Schenley Park, Oakland, Pittsburgh
• Raccoon Creek State Park wildflower reserve, Hanover Township, Beaver
• Meadow Run Trail and others, Ohiopyle State Park, Fayette
• Fallingwater, near Ohiopyle, Fayette
• Flight 93 National Memorial, Stonycreek, Somerset
• Wolf Creek Narrows Natural Area, near Slippery Rock, Butler
• Mingo Creek County Park, near Finleyville, Washington
Renatta Signorini is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Renatta at 724-837-5374, firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter .
Wildflower Walk• May 3 and 10, 6-8 p.m.• In the Laurel Highlands area• Registration is required with Rachael Mahony at 724-259-2201 or email@example.com
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... Mar 29, 2019
Columbia flower shop Ophelia's showcases more than plants - Columbia Missourian
Ophelia’s has embedded itself in the Columbia community. McKenzie, who is originally from Columbia, said she almost opened shop in Columbus, Ohio. But on a drive back to Columbia for Thanksgiving in 2017, she realized her hometown was the ideal location.Community members who have work featured in Ophelia’s or host events at the store include Sarah Judd, a local yoga instructor; Violet Vonder Haar, lead singer of local band Violent and the Undercurrents; and Caitlin Waters, McKenzie’s coworker and a soap-maker whose bath products are sold at the shop.Judd and Vonder Haar said they both first interacted with Ophelia’s during a First Friday event, when McKenzie hosts many pop-ups. Judd said she was drawn to the energy of the open space and thought it would be a lovely environment for a yoga class. Judd holds a monthly yoga class among the plants. In recent classes, participants have received a free cactus. Vonder Haar performed what she describes as an “unplugged-ish” show in the shop on Feb. 23. “(McKenzie) likes to put on a good party,” Vonder Haar said. “She’s been working with really cool people in Columbia and has got some really good support.” Events like these bring in some revenue for Ophelia’s. The flower shop receives 20 percent of pop-up shop revenue. Some events bring a 50 percent split. The space can also be rented for $350. McKenzie said rates depend on the event and the revenue split is specific for each. McKenzie also supports local farmers Emily Wright and Paul Weber of Three Creeks Produce. Wright said McKenzie is the main purchaser of the farm’s wholesale flowers. McKenzie, who said she tries to purchase as many locally produced plants in order to be environmentally conscious, wrote the farm a support letter for a grant, which the farm received in December 2018. This grant will allow Three Creeks to grow more types of flowers. “We couldn’t meet the demand, even for just Ophelia’s, for local, seasonal flowers and foliage,... Mar 15, 2019
Spring was in the air at Medina County Home and Garden Show - cleveland.com
MEDINA, Ohio -- The 35th annual Medina County Home and Garden Show was held at the Community Center on the Medina County Fairgrounds March 2 and 3. After being greeted by an indoor garden of spring flowers and shrubs, attendees had the opportunity to visit 140 different exhibitors, most of whom provide home improvement or lawn care service.Last year, more than more than 2,000 guests visited display booths, filled out forms to take a chance on a variety of free gifts, and asked questions about products and services. Most booths offered either candy treats or small gifts such as pens -- or both. Employees of Linda Loveless, president of Creative Show Promotions LLC, the event organizers, greeted attendees at the door and handed out large plastic ba...