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Florists in Amos, QC

Find local Amos, Quebec florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Amos and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Amos Flower Shops

Amos Fleuriste Inc.

641- 1Ere Avenue Ouest
Amos, QC J9T1V4
(819) 732-6832

Azalee Fleurs Et Cadeaux

82 - 1Iere Ave Est
Amos, QC J9T4B2
(819) 732-2819

Amos QC News

Jan 12, 2018

129th Rose Parade rolls in Pasadena; see the list of float winners

SweepstakesMost beautiful entry: encompassing float design, floral presentation and entertainmentSingpoli American BDRising AboveParadisoAmericanaMost outstanding depiction of national treasures and traditionsFarmers InsuranceHonoring Hometown HeroesPhoenixAnimationMost outstanding use of animationUnderground Service Alert of Southern California (DigAlert)Making It Safe for AllFiestaBob Hope HumorMost whimsical and amusing floatLa Cañada Flintridge Tournament of Roses AssociationPanda-MoniumSelf-BuiltCrown City InnovatorMost outstanding use of imagination, innovation and technologyThe Grand Tour-An Amazon Prime OriginalMake Your Own MomentumParadisoDirectorMost outstanding artistic design and use of floral and non-floral materialsOdd Fellows and Rebekahs Rose FloatSacrifice to ServePhoenixExtraordinaire TrophyMost extraordinary floatThe UPS Store, Inc.Books Bring Dreams to LifeParadisoFantasyMost outstanding display of fantasy and imaginationSierra Madre Rose Float AssociationChivalry!Self-BuiltFounderMost outstanding float built and decorated by volunteers from a community or organizationBurbank Tournament of Roses AssociationSand-Sational HelpersSelf-BuiltGolden StateMost outstanding depiction of life in CaliforniaCity of Riverside25th Annual Festival of LightsFiestaGrand MarshalMost outstanding creative concept and float designDole Packaged FoodsSharing Nature's BountyFiestaInternationalMost outstanding float from outside the United StatesChina AirlinesCaring for Our SeaAESIsabella ColemanMost outstanding presentation of color and color harmony through floral designCity of HopeTransforming Lives with HopePhoenixJudgesMost outstanding float design and dramatic impactAmerican Armenian Rose Float Association, Inc.Armenian RootsPhoenixLeishman Public SpiritMost outstanding floral presentation from a non-commercial participantUnited Sikh MissionServing KindnessPhoenixMayorMost outstanding float from a participating cityCity of TorranceProtecting Nature...The M...

Dec 29, 2017

Alamosa Flowers: Berries for wildlife

Happy New Year! It seems we have a lot of birds in Alamosa this winter. We have no snow cover and temperatures have been higher than usual. This year, December temperatures have been over 50 deg. F on eight days. Most other highs have been in the 40’s. Average highs in December for Alamosa are all in the 30’s.I hope the birds are getting enough to eat. I often think of crabapples and rose hips as winter food for wildlife, but recently I’ve been thinking about berries.I have a snowberry shrub (Symphoricarpos albus) that had beautiful white berries until the middle of November. As I walked around my garden today, I realized the snowberry is being taken over by another, more aggressive shrub that I can’t identify in its winter state. I would like the snowberry to thrive so entered a note into my “check it out” list for next spring to remove some of the encroaching shrubs.According to the Wiki website, the common snowberry is an important winter food source for various birds but is considered somewhat poisonous to humans. It is one of the fe...

Oct 19, 2017

Florist, area business owners and Yardley police hand out roses Wednesday to 'Petal It Forward'

They are beautiful."The florist did a second round of handing out roses with Yardley police Officer David Ramos on Wednesday afternoon. The business also encouraged their regular customers through an email blast to stop by the shop to pick up a free rose.Gorka said she finds great joy in simply handing out the flowers."I love it," she said. "It is the best job in the world. People are always happy to see you when you give them a flower."Yardley police officer David Ramos hands out free roses to Cheryl Primola, center, and Farrah Seidler as he makes his way around Yardley Borough on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2017. The officer helped the Ye Olde Yardley Florist give out 500 free roses as part of the Petal It Forward program, a nationwide effort that encourages happiness through giving and receiving flowers. [Kim Weimer / staff photojournalist]Letter carrier Annette Estevez, left, holds two roses she got from Noreen Gorka, right, with the Ye Olde Yardley Florist, as she delivers mail in Yardley on Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017. Ye Olde Yardley Florist gave out 500 free roses as part of the Petal It Forward program, a nationwide effort that encourages happiness through giving and receiving flowers. [Kim Weimer / staff photojournalist]Yardley police officer David Ramos hands out free roses to Helena Sims as he makes his way around Yardley on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2017. The officer helped Ye Olde Yardley Florist give out 500 free roses as part of the Petal It Forward program, a nationwide effort that encourages happiness through giving and receiving flowers. [Kim Weimer / staff photojournalist]Enjoying our content? Become a Bucks County Courier Times subscriber to support stories like these. Get full access to our signature journalism for just 44 cents a day./st... (Bucks County Courier Times)

Sep 8, 2017

Valley Gardening: Plants outwitting people & vice versa

Barberry, a few Rocky Mountain Sumacs and spreading Cotoneasters. I’m also giving a couple of Knockout Roses and Hibiscus a chance to survive in Alamosa. Even though I think Karl Foerester grasses are being WAY over planted, I purchased nine and will plant them only for a background plant. Did I mention that they are being way over planted?! Thank you, thank you Big R of Alamosa for working with me.Okay…I mentioned Society Hall so here’s some news on what is happening there. On Sunday and Monday (they don’t call it Labor Day for nothing), Larry Brown, Kenny Koenig and I will be painting the ramp at the front of the hall. It’s going to look so fabulous! Kenny helped paint the back ramp because he is familiar with automotive type painting—that’s his business. I had started the job with cans of spray paint—what was I thinkin’!?We will be hosting a fine concert next Friday with Buddy Mondlock and then on the 16th of September, watch out! The board of SH decided a new roof was in order, so we need to raise some money and thus, we decided to have a Raise the Roof Celebration. We are closing off part of Fourth St. and the parking lot at the SLV Federal Bank (thanks Duane Bussey). The entire area will be fenced. At high noon, the festivities will begin, with bands — six of them — alternating between the inside hall and the outside stage. We will have hamburgers for sale AND beer and wine, and cheesecake. I’m also hearing that three, that’s three, class reunions will be gathering, so it promises to be fun. If you would like to volunteer for a couple of hours, please give me a call at 719-580-7838. Thanks!How tough are plants you ask? Well…down in front of the Bistro Rialto, where the curb is pulling away from the sidewalk, a tomato is growing! Who knows where the seed came from, or if a bird dropped it—good aim, I guess. But it’s growing. Maybe I will purposely plant early next year and see what happens.  And then where the curb is pulling away in front of Hospice, I might plant beans. Next for tough plants are the elms growing in the gutter at the Thai House Restaurant—2nd floor! I’m thinking they have been there for at least three years, maybe longer. When Society Hall was first purchased there were a couple of little rips in the roof where elms were growing. If you wanted them to grow in a specific place, they wouldn’t—go ...

Apr 27, 2017

A flower in my teacup

It was here I found myself recently, enjoying the company of an old friend, nibbling on hummus and samosas in the warm spring sunshine.There was still just enough chill in the air to justify drinking a hot tea. For the special occasion, I wanted to try something different, so I ordered the Lily Pearls, a “display” tea made from green tea leaves handsewn with a red lily blossom and a string of Jasmine flowers. To admit my ignorance, I had no idea what I was getting. I was surrounded by beauty and in the company of a dear friend, so the tea sounded as special as the moment felt.And that’s exactly what I got.Display teas can be crafted from green, black or white tea (there are a few to choose from on the Dushanbe tea menu) along with flowers like chrysanthemum, jasmine, lily and rose. When placed in hot water, the little bulb unfolds into a flower-like display. Different handsewn teas can resemble a shell or a fruit.These types of teas were created as a tribute to the mountains where tea gardens are found. Like the tea, the flowers add their own health benefits and subtle flavor.The Lily Pearls is served in a clear wine glass. A little bulb of sorts is placed in the glass and then hot water is poured over it. Then be patient. After three to four minutes, the bulb will start to unfurl and settle in the glass, eventually blooming into a flower, with the red lily blossom crowning the white Jasmine leaves, all anchored and surrounded by the green tea. It was earthy and light, a classic green tea.It was a perfectly special treat for a perfectly special moment.Dushanbe Teahouse. 1770 13th St., Boulder, 303-442-4993. (Boulder Weekly)

Apr 7, 2017

Obituaries for Sunday, March 19, 2017

She was preceded in death by her son Roger Cortez, parents Teodoro Miguel and Laudencia Salvador Miguel, stepfather Tiburcio Ramos and brothers Florentino “Floyd” Miguel, Jose Miguel and Antomino Miguel.She is survived by sons Davis Cortez, Richard Cortez, Patrick Cortez, Clifford Cortez, Rudy Yasay, Ernest Yasay, Jimmy Yasay, Edwin Yasay, Gideon Yasay, Ruben Yasay and Kelson Yasay, daughters Norma Cortez, Debbie Leikvoll, Marion Morita and Marina Martinez, numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren, and sisters Fortunate Cabotungan of Hilo and Flora Espiritu.Memorial services will be held on Saturday, March 25, at The Salvation Army church in Lihue. Services will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.The family suggests casual attire.Arrangements were handled by Garden Island Mortuary, Ltd.Shiloh Roshan Simbre-MedeirosShiloh Roshan Simbre-Medeiros of Kekaha passed away at the age of 18 on March 11 in Poipu. Born on Jan. 20, 1999, in Lihue, he was working at Eleele McDonald’s in the food-service industry.He is survived by his parents Wayne A. Medeiros and Shirley R. Simbre-Medeiros, birth parents Shirlet Abergas and Steven Saflor, brothers Scott Simbre-Medeiros of Las Vegas, Cyrus Simbre-Medeiros of Hohenfels, Germany, Shayne Simbre- Medeiros of Kekaha, Johnnie Simbre of Hanapepe and Francis Abergas of Oahu, sisters Erica Santiago-Abergas of Puhi, Courtney Espiritu Rapozo of Lihue, Jessica Giron-Abergas of Makakilo, Shelsy Simbre-Medeiros of Kekaha, Laorencia Abergas of Kekaha and Alicia Abergas-Spriggs of Wailua, and numerous uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins.Friends may visit with the family on Saturday, March 25, at St. Theresa Church in Kekaha from 9 to 11 a.m. with Mass to follow.The family suggests casual attire and requests that flowers be omitted.Arrangements were handled by Garden Island Mortuary, Ltd.Ernest CamaraErnest Camara of Kalaheo passed away at home on March 11 at the age of 91. He was born in Kauai on May 14, 1925, and retired from Amfac as the lumber yard foreman.He was preceded in death by his wife Katherine Camara, parents John and Mary Camara and brothers August and Manuel Camara.He is survived by children Sharon (Johnson) Villanida of Kalaheo, Anthony (Tracey) Camara of Hanapepe, Rinda (Richard) Banasihan of Kalaheo and Yvette (Mark) Scribner, 11 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren, five great-great- grandchildren, brother Richard (Betty) Camara of Wisconsin, sister Dorothy Lopes of Florida and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.A celebration of his life will be held on March 22 at Holy Cross Church, with viewing from 9 a.m. and Mass celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Burial will follow at Kauai Memorial Gardens.Kauai Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home assisted the Camara family with arrangements.© 2017 All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.Le... (