Florists in Arroyo, PR
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Oct 10, 2019
George Falk | Obituary - La Crosse Tribune
He was also a lifelong member of the Masonic Lodge of Wisconsin and a member of the Tip O' Texas Genealogy Society and the Arroyo Colorado Audubon Society. He also worked tirelessly on the Find a Grave website, entering information on the location of grave sites. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Oct. 9, at First United Methodist Church of San Benito. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the American Heart Association, 1210 W. Expressway 85 Harlingen, TX 78550. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Falk Family.
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... Jul 26, 2019
Fig Mountain's Jim Dietenhofer Dies - Santa Barbara Independent
Jim founded the company with Jaime in 2010 in Buellton, a successful business that has taprooms that now extend from Arroyo Grande to Westlake Village. They won multiple top awards for their beers, which run the craft-beer gamut from a Mexican-style “Agua Santa” to the German lager-style “You’re Such a Dort.”
A service for Dietenhofer will be held on July 27 at 2 p.m. at St. Mark’s Church in Los Olivos, to be followed by a reception at the Buellton taproom at 4:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society are kindly requested.
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America in Bloom judges to visit Greendale - Dearborn Country Register
After 25 years in the classroom, Waller and her husband, Richard, retired and moved to Arroyo Grande, Calif., to care for Richard’s aging mother.
Within months of arriving in Arroyo Grande, Waller began volunteering with Arroyo Grande In Bloom. A year and a half later, Laurie took over the floral displays position on the AGIB board and spent 10 years growing the program.
Through family ties to the flower industry, Laurie fostered a working relationship with Ball Horticultural Company to fill the containers and landscaped areas with annual and perennial flowers.
Because of the generosity of the Ball Horticultural family of businesses, who continue to donate 90% of the plant material for the floral program, Arroyo Grande’s beautification program blossomed and garnered multiple awards and 5 bloom ratings through Laurie’s tenure.
As a Master Gardener, Laurie spent time advising home gardeners through the Master Gardener Help Line, teaching sessions on floral display design, and use of drought tolerant and low water use plants and succulents in containers.
Awards will be announced Oct. 3 to Oct. 5, at AIB’s National Symposium & Awards Celebration, held this year in St. Charles, Ill.
Mar 15, 2019
How to See California's Super Bloom - Condé Nast Traveler
For desert sunflower, brown-eyed primrose, desert lilies, and lupine: Drive east on Highway S-22, park by mile marker 35, and walk into Arroyo Salado, Coachwhip Canyon, or Ella Wash. (Flowers are currently nearing their peak.)For yellow poppies: Visit the "Texas Dip" on Borrego Springs Road just north of Highway 78, or the Cactus Loop Trail across from the Tamarisk Grove campground.For yellow desert dandelions: Drive north on DiGiorgio Road in Borrego Springs.For pretty much everything: Head to the popular wildflower field along Henderson Canyon Road, between DiGiorgio Road and S-22.Many of the above sites are just seeing the beginning stages of a super bloom, so as long as weather conditions remain steady, we could potentially see peak blooms last through late March or into early April.Diamond Valley LakeDiamond Valley Lake's wildflower trail opened on March 9 in the southwest Riverside County reserve, about halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego. Golden poppies have just started to spring up in the fields around the reservoir, but peak bloom isn't expected until mid-March. The trail is open Wednesdays through Sundays; entry fees are $10 to park and $3/person to hike.Since we live in a selfie-taking world, it's worth noting that visitors should avoid wandering off the designated walking trails at any of the above sites. While it might be tempting to lay down in the flowers or nab that perfectly pensive pose, you'd only be trampling the flowers and worsening the conditions for any future super blooms. Now go forth and make Mother Nature proud. Feb 28, 2019
The Central Coast was once the flower seed capitol of the world - San Luis Obispo Tribune
Ah Louis had a large seed farm in the Edna Valley along what is now Biddle Ranch Road. A mass of brush, fallen trees and reeds obstructed the Arroyo Grande Creek. As result, it overflowed and covered the entire valley in rainy years.
The flooding left layers of loam and vegetation more than 20 feet thick, resulting in some of the richest soil in the world.
Lompoc Valley fields of red bottle brush at their peak in 1965.
The narrow gage Pacific Coast Railway linked Arroyo Grande to what is now Port San Luis in 1881, making shipment of produce easier. It quickly became the second largest town in the county. W. Atlee Burpee's famed seed company grew Iceberg lettuce in Arroyo Grande, revolutionizing the salad industry. Henry Sperry turned his 1,400-acre ranch into a seed farm.
Feb 28, 2019
Arroyo Grande CA home has garden with flowers, fruit trees - The Tribune
The Arroyo Grande home they purchased in April is surrounded by lush and colorful plantings that enhance the site and create a pleasant ambiance for enjoying the home's outdoor patios.
Blooming roses, hibiscus and hydrangeas mingle with a profusion of rainbow-colored perennials and annuals spread throughout multiple flower beds. Several trees add structure while a couple of jasmine vines tumble down wooden fences.
Hotz likes to tell visitors that she inherited her home's landscape from "an extraordinary gardener." Although an avid gardener herself, Hotz admits to initially being intimidated about taking over such an awesome garden. "I didn't want to make the mistake of pulling out what I thought was a weed, and finding out it was a rare flower," she said.