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South Carolina, SC Florists

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South Carolina Cities

South Carolina State Featured Florists

Inman Florist & Gifts

11480 Asheville Hwy
Inman, SC 29349

Something Unique Flowers

310 W Main St
Williamston, SC 29697

The Flower Gallery & Gifts

1884 Columbia Rd
Orangeburg, SC 29115

Flowers And Baskets Florist Llc

29 W Calhoun St
Sumter, SC 29150

Inn Season Floral Design

125 N Main St
Fountain Inn, SC 29644

South Carolina Flowers News

Jan 25, 2019

How Florists Delivered 25,000 "Freedom" Roses to Nancy Pelosi - Washingtonian

Washingtonian Weddings. Previously she was the the Style Editor at The Local Palate, a Southern food culture magazine based out of Charleston, South Carolina. You can follow her on instagram @wandertaste. (Washingtonian)

Nov 28, 2018

The Christmas flower - The Hutchinson News

Joel Poinsett. Poinsett, a botanist, was so enchanted by the plant he discovered in Mexico that he sent cuttings back to his home in Charleston, South Carolina in 1828. The rest is, as they say, history. Poinsettia is often capitalized because it is named after a person. Joel Poinsett died on Dec. 12, 1851. To honor him, Dec. 12 is now celebrated as National Poinsettia Day.Poinsett was an intriguing personality. Besides being a first-rate botanist, he excelled in politics and diplomacy. He served in the South Carolina legislature and as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. He also served as an advisor to five consecutive presidents from James Madison to Martin Van Buren in the first half of the 19th century. In his capacity as Secretary of War in the Van Buren administration in 1838, Poinsett presided over the United States Exploring Expedition, the first circumnavigation of the globe sponsored by the U.S. Poinsett insisted that the expedition should collect geological, biological and anthropological specimens. The specimens were displayed at the Patent Office building.Somewhat coincidentally, the U.S. was debating how to best use a $508,318 bequest—about $15 million in today’s money—from a British subject, James Smithson. Joel Poinsett was the first to argue that the money should be used to fund a national museum. Any visitor to the Smithsonian owes Joel Poinsett a big thank you.Joel Poinsett was a man with a prodigious intellect and many accomplishments, yet today, he is best known for being a devoted gardener. And for that, we are especially grateful.Jim Schinstock is a retired teacher. Email: ...

Nov 28, 2018

Gardening: Enjoy your poinsettia through Christmas and beyond - Regina Leader-Post

The poinsettia was named after Joel Roberts Poinsett, the first U.S. foreign minister to Mexico. On his return home to South Carolina in 1829, he brought back cuttings of the native poinsettias to grow in his greenhouse. At the turn of the 20th century, Albert Ecke started field cultivation of poinsettias near Los Angeles, Calif., selling dormant plants to his customers. In 1919, Albert's son, Paul Ecke Sr., took over the farm and started selling them as cut flowers at roadside stands in Hollywood and Beverly Hills. By 1963, Paul Ecke Jr. had joined his father in the poinsettia business and developed the first commercial quality poinsettia cultivars grown in pots. Paul Ecke Sr. became known as "The Poinsettia King."When selecting your poinsettia, choose a healthy plant with sturdy branches. Ensure that the true yellow flowers are present. Never purchase one that is displayed with a paper or plastic sleeve around it as plants that have been sleeved too long lose their leaves prematurely.Transporting poinsettias home in the winter can be challenging. Wrap the poinsettia in a paper or plastic sleeve surrounded by newspaper and place it in an inflated, closed plastic bag. The extra air helps insulate it. Take it home in a warm vehicle. Once home, remove the plastic and paper wrapping as soon as possible. Place your poinsettia in an area with bright, filtered light - not direct sunlight. Avoid exposing it to warm or cold drafts. Poinsettias prefer temperatures between 19 and 22 C.Water poinsettias sparingly but thoroughly once the top 1-2 cm of the media is dry. Do not allow them to completely dry out, but never let them sit in water. Allow the excess water to drain from the pot. If you decide to keep your poinsettia as a house plant, fertilize it once a month with a soluble fertilizer low in nitrogen and high in phosphorous.As the days become longer, the new bracts that emerge will be green in colour. To initiate coloured bracts for the next Christmas season, place it in a dark location for a minimum of 12 hours ea...

Nov 28, 2018

Linda Cobb: Fall flowers: Asters vs Chrysanthemums - Spartanburg Herald Journal

Linda Cobb is a master gardener who lectures, teaches, and does garden design in South Carolina. She can be reached at 864-574-8493 or email her at Visit her website at ...

Nov 28, 2018

6 Holiday Markets in Columbia and a local gift guide for each. - COLAtoday

Midlands' 11th Annual Sustainable Holiday Market was Monday. Keep up with Sustainable Midlands on Facebook to save the date for next year. Location: South Carolina State Fairgrounds Dates, hours + admission prices: Nov. 28 6:30-11 p.m. Preview Party & Silent Auction $75; includes free parking + one free re-entry with ticket stub Nov. 29 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. $8; includes re-entry to all four days Nov. 30 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. $8; includes re-entry to all four days Dec. 1 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. $8; includes re-entry to all four days Dec. 2 12-5 p.m. $8; includes re-entry to all four days; get sundaes with Santa for $8 This market is the largest annual fundraiser for the Junior League of Columbia, raising ~$250,000+, some of which goes towards improving the health + well-being of children and families in the Midlands. ~150 vendors from all around the U.S. sell their merchandise. Ewe need to stop by this market, it has everything on your list: 🎁Is your mom obsessed with farmhouse decor? Allen Burn Designs will hit the nail on the gift head. 🎁Does your friend have an empty wall they're just dying to fill? Let a painting by local artist Dream a Little ART help you out with that. 🎁Can't figure out what to give your husband? We gotcha covered. Local Stature has the perfect wooden signs for his man cave. Junior League Holiday Market Photo by @jlcolumbia Location: 701 Whaley Dates + hours: Nov. 30 10 a.m.-4 p.m.) Dec. 1 10 a.m.-4 p.m.) Dec. 2 12-4 p.m.) Admission price: Free All clay, all local + all perfect for the holidays. Shop this market for decorative + functional gifts crafted by 30+ Midlands artists. Attend the reception this Thursday, Nov. 29 to get to know the creators behind the art. Midland's Clay Art Society's Holiday Sale Photo by @castaliascreations The gifts you grab from this holiday sale will...