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Ohio, OH Florists

Find florist in Ohio state that deliver flowers for any occasion including Birthdays, Anniversaries, Funerals as well as Valentines Day and Mother's Day. Select a Ohio city below to find local flower shops contact information, address and more.

Ohio Cities

Ohio State Featured Florists

Flowers By Craig

504 Four Mile Creek Rd
Coolville, OH 45723

Urban Flowers

634 Dixie Hwy
Rossford, OH 43460

Ferry Flowers & More

405 Walnut St
Martins Ferry, OH 43935

Christine's Garden

2733 E. Main St
Columbus, OH 43209

Laney's Country Flowers

4364 State Rte. 276
Batavia, OH 45103

Ohio Flowers News

Dec 14, 2018

State Champion: Send Flowers | Review - Pitchfork

Davis' narrator articulates the shifts palpably in the album's closer, "Stonehenge Band Blues," about a fictitious blues group who plays to "Southern Ohio's scaredy boys and hobby-kit glue girls of now": "What happened to all the country boys/The honky tonks are filled with boneheads/The art museums are full of noise." The lament comes underscored by the reassurance of being played by an actual band that remains true to the idiosyncratic sound it has forged. "What happens at Stonehenge stays at Stonehenge," goes the refrain. It might be an acknowledgement of the things in life that will go unexplained for the ages to come. Send Flowers is a tribute to those mysteries-to the small, vital impressions, and the music left in their wake.

Dec 14, 2018

Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank looking for holiday boost - The-review

This is the time of the year when it counts," Flowers said, adding that he hopes communities rally to help. GateHouse Media Ohio, owner of The Alliance Review, Ashland Times-Gazette, Record-Courier, Daily Jeffersonian, The Daily Record and other NE Ohio media properties, also is partnering with the food bank to raise awareness among readers across the region. "We hope our efforts to raise awareness inspires people to go to the FoodBank's website and donate immediately," GateHouse Media Ohio Group Publisher Bill Albrecht said Tuesday. Year-round need Since being formed in 1982, the Akron-Canton Foodbank has grown into a $40 million per-year operation, with more than $30 million of food and other items distributed last year. The agency works with a network of more than 500 food pantries, hot-meal sites, shelters and hunger-relief programs to distribute food for families in need. That includes more than 90 groups in Stark County. Other partners are located in Summit, Tuscarawas, Carroll, Holmes, Wayne, Portage and Medina counties. Surplus food and other essential items come in from around the country, Flowers said. The agency also collects food from more than 150 donors every week. Once collected, food is stored at the agency's warehouse in Akron until it can be distributed to partner organizations that pass it along to families in need. Most people helped by the food bank and its partners live above the federal poverty level, which means they aren't eligible for assistance from programs such as food stamps or free meals at schools, Flowers said. The food bank estimates that one in seven people, including one in five children, in its eight-county service area is affected by food insecurity, which refers to a U.S. Department of Agriculture measure of the lack of regular access to nutritional food for an active and healthy life. In Stark County, it's estimated that 53,880 people, or 14.4 percent of the population, are food insecure. That group includes ...

Nov 28, 2018

Seasonal Flowers for Fall and Winter - Columbus Monthly

If visions of sun-kissed peonies and peach-colored blooms dance in your head, Meacham and Kasey Conyers of Orchard Lane Flowers (another Central Ohio weddings mainstay, located in Clintonville) have suggestions for making floral selections that are right for the season, but still accomplish the look you're dreaming of. Instead of: Peonies Try: Dahlias Peonies were once only available for a short time in the spring. Now, thanks to Alaskan greenhouses, Meacham says, they're in-season again in mid to late summer. That doesn't mean fall and winter brides need to cut the incredibly popular peony out of their plans, but they should be prepared to pay a price. "Winter peonies are going to be extremely costly, as they are flown in to the U.S. from far-away farms in the Southern Hemisphere," Conyers says. "They aren't the most economical choice, but we can get them from other parts of the world if we need to." In-season peonies, Conyers says, should cost around $8 to $9 per stem. During the off-season you can expect to pay closer to $15 to $20 per stem. Meacham offers the similarly lush and bulbous dahlia as an alternative seasonal statement flower for fall. "The Café au Lait dahlia is especially beautiful for weddings," Mecham says, adding that they're available from local growers into October. This generous, dense bloom comes in other classic wedding colors-dusty peach, ivory, champagne and creamy pink-and has an elegant, ombre-like fade throughout its layered, geometric petals. Instead of: Strictly seasonal themes or color palettes Try: Blues, white-on-white, greens Why stick to a season at all? "Brides are having a lot of fun with their colors and breaking from the traditional ‘holiday' or ‘winter' colors," Conyers says. "They're doing what feels right for their wedding, even if it's not what you'd expect to see at that time of year." Blush pink, whites and heavy greens are still trending no matter what the weather, Meacham adds. Indeed, a good florist can make your wedding colors come to life no matter the season. "We're seeing a large range of colors and blooms being used in the winter," Conyers says. "We had a lot of fun this past winter with bright whites, crisp greens and a touch of blue." If you like the traditional red holiday color palette, consider adding some contemporary fullness to it, she says: Mix a touch of blush with bright and deep reds and a strong burgundy. White-on-white also makes a big impact, lending a high-end feel to...

Nov 15, 2018

Seasonal Flowers for Fall and Winter

If visions of sun-kissed peonies and peach-colored blooms dance in your head, Meacham and Kasey Conyers of Orchard Lane Flowers (another Central Ohio weddings mainstay, located in Clintonville) have suggestions for making floral selections that are right for the season, but still accomplish the look you're dreaming of. Instead of: Peonies Try: Dahlias Peonies were once only available for a short time in the spring. Now, thanks to Alaskan greenhouses, Meacham says, they're in-season again in mid to late summer. That doesn't mean fall and winter brides need to cut the incredibly popular peony out of their plans, but they should be prepared to pay a price. "Winter peonies are going to be extremely costly, as they are flown in to the U.S. from far-away farms in the Southern Hemisphere," Conyers says. "They aren't the most economical choice, but we can get them from other parts of the world if we need to." In-season peonies, Conyers says, should cost around $8 to $9 per stem. During the off-season you can expect to pay closer to $15 to $20 per stem. Meacham offers the similarly lush and bulbous dahlia as an alternative seasonal statement flower for fall. "The Café au Lait dahlia is especially beautiful for weddings," Mecham says, adding that they're available from local growers into October. This generous, dense bloom comes in other classic wedding colors-dusty peach, ivory, champagne and creamy pink-and has an elegant, ombre-like fade throughout its layered, geometric petals. Instead of: Strictly seasonal themes or color palettes Try: Blues, white-on-white, greens Why stick to a season at all? "Brides are having a lot of fun with their colors and breaking from the traditional ‘holiday' or ‘winter' colors," Conyers says. "They're doing what feels right for their wedding, even if it's not what you'd expect to see at that time of year." Blush pink, whites and heavy greens are still trending no matter what the weather, Meacham adds. Indeed, a good florist can make your wedding colors come to life no matter the season. "We're seeing a large range of colors and blooms being used in the winter," Conyers says. "We had a lot of fun this past winter with bright whites, crisp greens and a touch of blue." If you like the traditional red holiday color palette, consider adding some contemporary fullness to it, she says: Mix a touch of blush with bright and deep reds and a strong burgundy. White-on-white also makes a big impact, lending a high-end feel to a wi...

Oct 26, 2018

Ask a Master Gardener: Dry hydrangea flowers for color all winter long

Yes, you can still eat the apples. There's more information here: https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-41.Written by U of M Extension Master Gardeners in St. Louis County. Send your questions to features@duluthnews.com.