Florists in Ambler, PA
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Ambler Flower Shops
107 E Butler Ave
Ambler, PA 19002
Ambler PA News
Mar 29, 2019
Ambler Students Work on Flower Power - Temple Update
Society is embracing “Flower Power” as the theme for this year’s Philadelphia Flower Show.
The Horticulture students at Temple University Ambler have been preparing their exhibit for the annual Flower Show since the beginning of the fall semester under the supervision of Professor of Landscape Architecture Robert Kuper and Adjunct Assistant Professor Michael Lufurno.
Their theme? A Hip Haven: Hangin’ Loose at a Home Refuge. Keeping true to the “Flower Power” theme and the 60’s era, the Horticulture students along with the help of their professors drew up a landscape where they would incorporate the two environments of “The Machine” and “The Haven.”
With this, the students were able to come up with a very industrial side that centered around steel in comparison to the commune side which is centered around nature and reusable materials.
In 2018, Temple’s exhibit “Within Reach: Unlocking the Legacy of our Hidden River” was recognized with a PHS Silver Medal; the Chicago Horticultural Society Flower Show Medal and the Chicago Horticultural Society Flower Show Medal, presented to an Educational exhibit showing outstanding horticultural skill and knowledge in a nationally recognized flower show.
... Mar 8, 2018
Flower Show exhibits offer advice on protecting watershed
Elsewhere, other exhibitors offered additional advice. An installation made by environmental design students at Temple University's Ambler campus focused on the Schuylkill River, highlighting its chronological journey from marshland to coal shipping to lock system to the present."Most people don't know the Schuylkill River is actually tidal," said Ciara Vellers, a junior at Temple and landscape architecture major. "It's hidden within the city, there's concrete walls on all sides."Villers urged Delaware Valley residents to preserve forestland in order to limit erosion and sedimentation from polluting the watershed, to redouble their efforts not to litter, and to use native plants that promote healthy soil, which also protects drinking water.An exhibit titled "The Backyard" provides additional do-it-yourself conservation tips, including "check dams" that slow the speed of stormwater runoff and native plant ideas to soak up rain. A "make and take" workshop also invites guests to create a mini-water garden or succulent planter to take home and put into action.Feeley said the flower show's focus on conservation culminated Wednesday with the first-ever Philadelphia Water Summit, an all-day conference bringing together environmental experts and industry leaders to discuss water issues and solutions. Mary Ellen Weber, a NASA astronaut, delivered a keynote address on the search for water in space."When they go out looking for life on another planet, what they're really looking for is water," Feeley explained.But the show isn't all education, Feeley said, noting its bread and butter is still beautiful horticultural displays from florists and designers throughout the mid-Atlantic region.Among them is Langhorne's Flowers by David, a florist shop in its 29th year exhibiting at the show. Husband and wife co-owners David and Robin Heller sat Tuesday by their display, which has water features inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright's "Fallingwater" home in southwest Pennsylvania, sprinkled with pops of colorful floral arrangements."We had been to Fallingwater a few years back and had been very impressed by it," Robin Heller said. "We like the movement and the different experience (flowing water) adds to static display."Her husband added that after nearly three decades exhibiting, he's learned exactly how to design a display."I realize I have about one minute of someone's attention," he said. "I try to design something that is a visual grab for that minute of time ... Fun, simple. Something they can get the idea, smile and take a picture."... (Bucks County Courier Times)Jun 22, 2017
Flowers Fueling Hope project
Published Thursday, June 22, 2017Rockvale Ramblers’ 4-H Club Flowers Fueling Hope service project to benefit the Ward and Peabody families with medical expenses. 100% of the money raised will be donated to the families.will be Monday, June 26, 3-7 p.m., and Tuesday, June 27, 9 a.m.-?. Located across from the Conoco at RockvalePLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT. Our website requires visitors to log in to view the best local news from The Laurel Outlook. Not yet a subscriber?Subscribe today!... (Laurel Outlook (subscription))Jul 14, 2016
30 Questions in 30 Days: Most picks in 2016?
Janoris Jenkins. Usually a safety is a safe (no pun intended) bet to lead a team in interceptions, but this year I like Jenkins. He is a gambler and is an expert at anticipating where a quarterback is going with the ball due to superior film study and instincts. In practice this spring he has played the ball in the air exceptionally well, and I think we’ll see a lot of big time plays from him in the fall.DAN SALOMONE: Take your pick between Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Janoris Jenkins, two of the biggest play-making corners in the game. They both had five over the last two seasons, but I’m going with the newcomer Jenkins who will be looking to make his mark with the Giants. He was the MVP of spring and we saw why he was one of the most coveted free agents on the market this year. Whether he leads the team in picks or DRC does, we’ll see. But what we do know is that when they get the ball in their hands, they can take it to the house. They have 11 interception return touchdowns between them.>> VIEW GIANTS TRAINING CAMP SCHEDULELANCE MEDOW: In three of the last four seasons a safety has led the team in interceptions and I think this year’s third round pick Darian Thompson will continue that trend. He only set a Mountain West Conference record with 19 career interceptions at Boise State and once again showed his knack for finding the football during OTAs and minicamp. With that defensive line playing in front of him, it will only help Thompson’s cause to lead the team in interceptions.Question 15. Who will lead the Giants in tackles this season?JOHN SCHMEELK: Landon Collins, and it won’t be very close. (Giants.com (blog))Jun 22, 2016
Poplar attraction: Bethesda's Tulip Hill is close to DC and nature
Goldsboro Road on the northeast.
In the past 12 months, five properties have sold in Tulip Hill, ranging from a four-bedroom, three-bath brick rambler for $895,000 to a four-bedroom, three-bath mid-century modern house for $1.075 million, according to Lenore Clarke, an agent with W.C. and A.N. Miller. Two houses are for sale: a three-bedroom, four-bath, mid-century modern house for $1.39 million and a five-bedroom, six-bath custom Colonial for $2.795 million.
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Reza Baquir, his daughter Ranya and son Shahmeer take an evening stroll through the Tulip Hill neighborhood.
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Grayson Junkin shoots baskets at his home in the Tulip Hill neighborhood.
Schools: Wood Acres Elementary, Thomas W. Pyle Middle and Walt Whitman High.
Transit: Montgomery County Ride-On buses serve the area connecting to the Friendship Heights and Bethesda stops on Metro’s Red Line. And the T2 bus stops at River Road and Goldsboro Road. “Anywhere you want to be, you can be in 15 minutes,” said Aronie, who also is the president of the Tulip Hill Citizens Association.
Crime: According to the Montgomery County Police, in the past 12 months, no crime was reported in the neighborhood.
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The Tulip Hill neighborhood of approximately 100 homes has been attracting residents with its mature trees and mid-century homes and easy commute to downtown jobs for more than 60 years.
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Funeral notices for Tuesday, June 21, 2016
ECW in the church undercroft. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date at Trinity Episcopal Church in Ambler, Pa. In lieu of flowers, donations in Claire’s name may be made to: The Salvation Army Northern New England Division, PO Box 3647, Portland, ME 04104. Claire believed in their good work and was a longtime contributor. Arrangements are in the care of Wiles Remembrance Center, 137 Farmington Falls Road, Farmington.
BROWN — Darryl N., 71, died at Livermore Falls, Saturday, June 18. Family and friends are invited to call at the Wiles Remembrance Center, 137 Farmington Falls Road (Routes 2 & 27), Farmington, on Saturday, June 25, from 10 a.m. until the time of the funeral service at 1 p.m. Following services, a comfort reception will be held at LaFleur’s Restaurant, Route 4, Jay. All are welcome. As would be Darryl’s preference and that of his family, remembrance gifts may be given to the Darryl and Penny Brown Scholarship Fund, University of Maine Fdt. Two Alumni Place Orono, Me. 04469-5792. Family committal services will be private.
CHILD — Michael A., 52, of Athens, died Saturday, June 18. A celebration of life service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 22, at the Dixfield Seventh-day Adventist Church, 1 Blayne St., Dixfield. Graveside service immediately following at Lakeview Cemetery, Route 2, Wilton.
CROSBY — Kathleen D., died Friday, June 17. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice, 15 Strawberry Ave., Lewiston, ME 04240. Family and friends are invited to a memorial service and luncheon for Kathy at 11 a.m., Monday, June 27 at the Greene Baptist Church, 102 Main St.
MOORE — Hazel B., 85, of Lewiston, passed away Sunday, June 19. Family and friends are invited to visit at Gracelawn Memorial Park, Chapman Room, 980 Turner St., Auburn, on Thursday, June 23, at 11 a.m. with a memorial service at noon. A reception to follow at Ramada Inn Conference Center at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Hazel's memory to the Hospice House or Greater Androscoggin Humane Society. Arrangements by Affordable Cremation Solution LLC of Auburn.
PERRY — Brantley W... (Lewiston Sun Journal)