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Ohio State Featured Florists
24 Main StRipley, OH 45167
24353 Lorain RdNorth Olmsted, OH 44070
894 Ashland RdMansfield, OH 44905
19 West Winter StreetDelaware, OH 43015
2651 Cleveland RdWooster, OH 44691
Ohio Flowers News
Sep 19, 2019
Medina seeks flowerpot decorators for fall contest - cleveland.com
MEDINA, Ohio -- Visitors to the Medina Historic District who are concerned that the gorgeous flower arrangements usually apparent in large pots have disappeared -- leaving pots full of dirt -- can rest assured that the vessels will soon be filled with seasonal displays of flowers, scarecrows, skeletons, good witches and other fall and Halloween decorations.Main Street Medina and Boyert’s Greenhouse are sponsoring the annual fall flowerpot decorating contest, open to businesses, community groups, families or any other interested party. As of Monday (Sept. 9), 36 of the 60 available pots had been reserved. Any remaining pots may still be requested, despite the passage of the original deadline.Here's hoping this flowerpot in front of Second Sole in Me... Sep 19, 2019
In The Garden | Tiger swallowtail butterflies abundant this summer - Mansfield News Journal
Below are important facts form the report:
• More than 1 in 7 acres in Ohio went unplanted, the highest rate in the U.S.
• Nearly half of agricultural land lies fallow (unplanted) after spring rains.
• The continual spring rains made 2019 Ohio's worst planting season on record.
• Other states prevented from planting due to weather include Arkansas, Michigan and Mississippi.
• Northwest Ohio was hit hardest for wet fields, namely Fulton and Williams counties.
• In Ohio, a total of more than 1.5 million acres that normally would be planted were unplanted this year — a total of 881,000 acres of corn and 599,000 of soybeans.
Our hope is we don't get a couple more back-to-back seasons like 2019
We realize there could be more wet seasons ahead, but hope that doesn't happen. Farmers nationwide appreciate all of the support during this tough year.
• The most beautiful flowers grow in rocky soils and crevices.
• Humans have one mouth and two ears; there is a message there.
Richard Poffenbaugh is a retired biology teacher and active home gardener since 1960. He is a member of the Mansfield Men's Garden Club and was editor of the club newsletter (The Greenhorn) for 21 years. He resides in Ontario with his wife, Barbara. Reach him at 419-529-2966.
Aug 22, 2019
The Fair in Flowers - Daily Sentinel
Flowers & Plants:
Division 801: Adult Artistic Design
Class 1, Baking and Canning, A Still Life — 1st Josephine L Hill, Long Bottom, Ohio, 2nd Deborah Mohler, Pomeroy, Ohio, 3rd Vanessa Folmer, Middleport, Ohio; Class 2, Strolling the Midway, An Eclectic — 1st Melanie Stethem, Pomeroy, Ohio, 2nd Shelia Curtis Long Bottom, Ohio, 3rd Vanessa Folmer; Class 3, Fair Royalty, A Parallel Design — 2nd Vanessa Folmer, 3rd Karen Werry Racine, Ohio; Class 4, Photography, featuring black and white — 1st Peggy Crane, 2nd Vanessa Folmer, 3rd Shelia Curtis; Class 6, Entertainment, a Vibrate — 1st Melanie Stethem, 2nd Shelia Curtis, 3rd Peggy Crane; Class 7, Flower Show, Traditional Mass — 1st Peggy Crane, 2nd Shelia Curtis, 3rd Karen Werry; Class 8, Fair parade, Synergistic — 1st Melanie Stethem, 2nd Peggy Crane, 3rd Vanessa Folmer.
Division 805: Horticulture
Class 13, Rose Hybrid Tea Any Color — 1st Pat Harris, Pomeroy, Ohio; Class 14, Rose Floribunda, any color — 1st Pat Harris; Class 16, Rose, Miniature-any color — 2nd Elizabeth Harris, Pomeroy, Ohio; Class 17, Dahlia, decorative any color — 1st Elizabeth Harris, 2nd Glenda K Hunt, Long Bottom, Ohio; Class 18, Dahlia, Cactus-any color — 1st Elizabeth Harris, 2nd Pat Harris; Class 19, gladiolus-any color — 1st Glenda K Hunt, 2nd Glenda K Hunt, 3rd Deborah Mohler; Class 20, Hosta, Miniature, less than 2” — 1st Elizabeth Harris, 2nd Pat Harris; Class 20, Hosta, Miniature, less than 2” — 3rd Elizabeth Harris; Class 21, Hosta, Miniature, 2 – 4” — 1st Shelia Curtis, 1st Elizabeth Harris, 2nd Pat Harris, 2nd Brenda Woodrow, Racine, Ohio, 3rd Sharon Dean, 3rd Elizabeth Harris; Class 22, Hosta, Small 4-6” — 1st Elizabeth Harris, 2nd Glenda K Hunt, 3rd Pat Harris; Class 23, Hosta, Green, One Cut Stem — 1st Elizabeth Harris, 2nd Shelia Curtis, 3rd Elizabeth Harris; Class 24, Hosta, Blue, One Cut Stem — 1st Shelia Curtis, 2nd Pat Harris, 3rd Pat Harris; Class 25, Hosta, Yellow Margined, One Cut Stem — 1st Sharon Dean, 2nd Pat Harris, 3rd Shelia Curtis ; Class 26, Hosta, White Margined, One Cut Stem — 1st Elizabeth Harris, 1st Pat Harris, 2nd Glenda K Hunt, Glenda K Hunt, 3rd Elizabeth Harris, 3rd Elizabeth Harris; Class 27, Hosta, green Margined, One Cut Stem — 1st Elizabeth Harris, 1st Pat Harris, 2nd Elizabeth Harris, 2nd Elizabeth Harris, 3rd Elizabeth Harris, 3rd Elizabeth Harris... Jul 26, 2019
Flowers, frogs and fun: Medina County Park District's August events - cleveland.com
MEDINA, Ohio -- Summer is more than half over and local stores are advertising back-to-school specials, but the Medina County Park District still has a wide variety of fun and educational programs scheduled for the month of August.The district has issued a challenge for Medina County residents to get out and explore the parks while they search for common native summer wildflowers. Use the Wildflower Challenge Checklist found in any of the park facilities or online to find the flowers. You must identify 15 of the 20 listed flowers to claim a prize. Photograph the flower showing the “I found it” tag beside it. When you have completed the checklist, bring it -- along with the photos -- to Wolf Creek Environmental Center. A park district staff member... Jul 26, 2019
Is Norwalk losing another flower shop? - Norwalk Reflector
I am very proud of our team.”
For more information on Firelands’s heart program, visit firelands.com/heart
Ohio to set record for new businesses?
Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose announced 9,935 new entities filed to do business in the state in June. With nearly 70,000 new business entities created in the first six months, Ohio is almost 3,000 filings ahead of last year’s record-setting pace.
Locally, several new businesses have opened in the past year, including Little City Crossfit, Norwalk Knockerball, Maple Leaf Gallery, Kate & Khloes Boutique, Be Strong Uniforms and Surge Staffing.
“Now more than ever, Ohio is becoming the place to be to start a business,” said LaRose. “Our office is already implementing innovative, exciting ways to connect these new job creators to the resources they need to grow and succeed.”
Recently, both CNBC (Top States for Business) and US News (Best States for Opportunity) listed Ohio in their annual top ten. The ratings, verified with positive business growth, indicate Ohio’s strong momentum is expected to continue.
If you have an item for the business roundup column, send the information to the Norwalk Reflector in care of Zoe Greszler, 61 E. Monroe St., Norwalk, Ohio 44857, or email it to [email protected]