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Ohio State Featured Florists
507 Fifth StBeverly, OH 45715
7100 Broadway At E. 71St StCleveland, OH 44105
114 Townline StOak Harbor, OH 43449
634 Dixie HwyRossford, OH 43460
579 W Tuscarawas AveBarberton, OH 44203
Ohio Flowers News
Dec 8, 2017
Poinsettia: the Christmas plant
Misting the plant between watering provides needed humidity, especially in a dry, heated room.
A study at Ohio State University found the poinsettia leaves are not poisonous for humans or pets if ingested. However, eating them can create an upset stomach. The milky sap is a skin and eye irritant, especially for those allergic to latex. It is always a good idea to keep the plants out of the reach of children and pets
North Carolina connection
If purchasing a poinsettia this holiday season, it is likely that it was grown in North Carolina. Our state is one of the top 10 growers in the country. Locally, the Van Wingerden Greenhouse in Mills River ships close to a million plants within a 350-mile radius.
No matter your favorite poinsettia color, we wish you the good cheer and celebration that these beautiful Christmas plants symbolize.
For additional information please visit gardening.ces.ncsu.edu/2014/12/all-about-poinsettias.
This information is provided as a service of the Henderson County Extension Master Gardener Volunteer program. Got gardening questions? Call 828-697-4891 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for answers. (News - GoUpstate - Spartanburg, SC - Spartanburg Herald Journal)Oct 5, 2017
Social media saves bride from flower fiasco
MEDINA, Ohio - Hurricane Irma is long gone. But the impact of the massive storm is still being felt in the Caribbean and Florida. However, Irma is causing a different problem here in Northeast, Ohio."There were very few flowers for anyone this past weekend," said Renee Drake owner of That Little Special Something, a business specializing in weddings. Hurricane Irma disrupted the shipment of flowers to our area."It hit me one morning. Holy, jumpin jellyfish. We are not getting flowers," said Drake.Drake was working with Ashley Reneau. She was getting married in two days. Reneau had been watching Hurricane Irma because of friends and family in Florida. "We never thought it would have any impact on our day," said Reneau.Just t... (News 5 Cleveland)Oct 5, 2017
In The Garden | What to plant in October
True lilies are liked by deer, so the flowers must be protected or sprayed with a repellent spray.The Ohio Lily Society has a bulb sale each October at Kingwood. This year, the sale is from noon to 3 p.m. Oct. 21 in the workshop. Bulb prices are low and Lily Society members will answer your questions about lily cutlure.Question/answerQ: Can lime and fertilizer be applied to a garden at the same time, or do they neutralize each other?A: They can be applied at the same time, but it's better to apply lime in the fall when it has several months to react with soil. Then, add fertilizer in the spring before planting to get the maximum benefit. Fertilizer applied in the fall may leach out by spring planting time.Q: Why don't trees in a forest need fertilizer when landscape trees need it?A: Forest trees do also need fertilizer. Forest soil is rich in humus, which results from decay of fallen leaves, which are high in nutrients. Their decomposition is an important source of soil nutrients.A city tree doesn't have an environment rich with humus because leaves are raked up and removed from the lawn. We use those leaves as compost to apply to gardens or use as a mulch layer. The forest floor is a rich source of nutrients year after year. Q: What are some fertilizer ratios for different plant groups?A: Vegetables and flowers, 1-2-2; fruit trees, 2-1-1; lawns and shade trees, 3-1-1. The first number is nitrogen, second is phosphorus and third is potassium.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.Read or Share this story: http://ohne.ws/2yEasTu... (Mansfield News Journal)Sep 22, 2017
In The Garden | African violet show, bulb sale planned
Photo: Richard Poffenbaugh Photo)It will be a busy week at Kingwood Center Gardens for both indoor and outdoor gardeners. The Ohio State African Violet Society show will be on Friday and Saturday at the Carriage House. Show hours are 1 to 5 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.Come visit the show and see truly outstanding African violets on display and those that received blue ribbons. This is a state show that has entries from all over Ohio. Society members will be present to answer questions about growing these special indoor plants and sources of plants. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, the society will offer plants for sale from suppliers in addition to plant supplies. This sale will be in the exhibit hall, across from the carriage house.Supplies on sale will include pots, saucers, fertilizers, growing and repotting tips, and questions and answer tips form Society members. There is no better source of information than at this session of experienced growers. Indoor gardeners are fortunate to have this meeting in Mansfield each year.Bulb saleThis is the first full week for sale of spring flowering bulbs in the Kingwood greenhouse. Shop earl... (Mansfield News Journal)Sep 8, 2017
Goats, veggies, flowers replace blight on urban Ohio farm
Image 1 of 6In a Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017 photo, Darren Eaton, 6, of Holland, feeds a goat during a tour of Glass City Goat Gals, which is part of the Ohio Sustainable Farm Tour and Workshop Series in Toledo, Ohio.Glass City Goat Gals owner Liz Harris has spent seven years transforming an area that once consisted of 15 abandoned homes — before the Lucas County Land Bank tore them down — into an urban farm on Mentor Drive promoting wellness, healthy eating, and environmental sustainability. (Amy E. Voigt/The Blade via AP) lessIn a Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017 photo, Darren Eaton, 6, of Holland, feeds a goat during a tour of Glass City Goat Gals, which is part of the Ohio Sustainable Farm Tour and Workshop Series in Toledo, Ohio.Glass ... more
Photo: Amy E. Voigt, AP
Image 2 of 6In a Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017 photo,Rudi Petruziello, 6, feeds a few of the goats during a tour of Glass City Goat Gals, which is part of the Ohio Sustainable Farm Tour and Workshop Series in Toledo, Ohio. Glass City Goat Gals owner Liz Harris has spent seven years transforming an area that once consisted of 15 abandoned homes — before the Lucas County Land Bank tore them down — into an urban farm on Mentor Drive... (The San Luis Obispo Tribune)