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Flowers and Gifts News

Apr 27, 2019

Artist crafts flowers from paper for Kingwood Gardens exhibit - Mansfield News Journal

Lou Whitmire Mansfield News Journal Published 8:19 AM EDT Apr 20, 2019 MANSFIELD - "Paper Gardens," an art exhibit at Kingwood Center Gardens by Columbus artist Lea Gray, will have some visitors wondering if the flowers are real or fake. Gray said she takes that as a compliment. The exhibit, open thr...

Jan 25, 2019

Over the Garden Fence: Garden Club assists in decorating Kingwood for holidays - Bucyrus Telegraph Forum

Earth, Wind and Flowers Garden Club members prepared for the King home, also known as the mansion, at Kingwood Center Gardens in Mansfield. The overall theme of "Light Up the Night" had been selected a year ago. There is a reason organizers try to stay ahead of the holiday game. The whole effort has been going on for years because Mr. King loved Christmas. And now, the many garden clubs and volunteers have their favorite rooms and areas to decorate. A few decorating teams want their favorite room. The theme for the next year is thrown out early and grabbing begins. While they are decorating this year, some of the groups are talking about the following year. The first come, first served notion directs this planning. In two time periods we made ornaments, and then did the actual decorating. For lighting up the night, my thought was to use totally white, shimmery things. Sparkling surfaces of snowy ornaments and glass and reflective items could bring a glow to nighttime. When our team came together, the bin holding many white ornaments brought sparkling deer and butterfly ornaments. A trip to a re-store netted several white and silver bulbs, and a wreath of long clustered strands of icy white. This was pulled apart by Cheryl Corney making many clusters that would be tucked into the boughs. Susan Kalb sat and painted glue, white snow, and set sequins into a couple dozen used ornaments, bringing new life to each one. We took netted glistening white bows off the wreaths from the Bucyrus Historical Society display from last year and retied them into smaller bows for the tree. When it came time to start the decorating, June Gebhardt and I made the trip over to the assembly room with our white heap of ornaments. The fraser fir stood 7-feet-tall. Other groups had already started the decorating, but only one was done. Beside us a team of Kingwood volunteers was busy making that end of the room resemble a living room complete with a Santa relaxing in a chair. They had made several trips to the Ki...

Oct 26, 2018

Mansfield wins America in Bloom award

Emily Mills Mansfield News Journal Published 2:43 PM EDT Oct 1, 2018 LEXINGTON, Ky. - Mansfield won its category in the 2018 America in Bloom National Awards Program at the program's annual symposium and awards celebration in Lexington, Kentucky, on Saturday. Mansfield was the winner of the 25,000 to 75,000 population category, according to an America in Bloom press release. Mansfield also won the Coolest Place for Kids special award, one of 10 surprise awards announced during ...

Aug 17, 2018

America in Bloom judges see flowers, historic sites, more

Lou Whitmire Mansfield News Journal Published 6:54 p.m. UTC Jul 26, 2018 MANSFIELD - America in Bloom judge Teresa Woodard liked the pop of red geraniums and shades of green plants she encountered on the judges' first stop of their tour downtown Mansfield on Thursday morning. "What a beautiful invitation," Woodard said of the large potted planters full of coleus, Prince Tutt papyrus and Dragon Wing begonias positioned on the front steps of the First English Lutheran Church at Mulberry Street and Park Avenue West. Parishioner Jan Fi...

Jul 26, 2018

Judges from national organization will evaluate Mansfield in Bloom's efforts

Lou Whitmire Mansfield News Journal Published 3:22 p.m. UTC Jul 23, 2018 MANSFIELD - Downtown Mansfield is getting ready for judges from America in Bloom to arrive later this week - and planners are hoping residents will do their part to make the city look its best, too. As part of the Mansfield in Bloom project, downtown streetscape lights are decorated with 40 hanging baskets filled with yellow and blue petunias.

Jun 14, 2018

Meet the 'flower children' behind some beautiful Dallas gardens

Koogler went on to work as a cashier at a plant nursery in Mansfield in high school.Godina also helped her mother in the garden when she was a child. But in El Paso, helping out meant watering twice a day in an attempt to keep plants alive in the desert climate and picking up pecans as they fell from the tree. When Godina was 15, she began to spend summers in Colorado, living with her sister and working on landscaping crews.


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