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Create that sense of peace and tranquility in their life with a gentle token of deepest affections in this time of need.


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Florists in Aiken, SC

Find local Aiken, South Carolina florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Aiken 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.

Aiken Flower Shops

Cannon House Florist & Gifts

608 Old Airport Rd
Aiken, SC 29801
(803) 648-1738

Cote Designs Floral

128 Laurens Street Sw
Aiken, SC 29801
(803) 649-1649

Design House

511 Richland Avenue West
Aiken, SC 29801
(803) 649-7022

Hite Floral

655 Silver Bluff Rd Ste B
Aiken, SC 29803
(803) 648-5484

Palmetto Nursery & Florist

770 E Pine Log Rd
Aiken, SC 29803
(803) 648-1322

Aiken SC News

Mar 8, 2018

Spring Home & Garden Show is set for March 9-10

With more than 65 vendors, the Aiken Standard's second Spring Home & Garden Show will be bigger than the first.The show will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, March 9, and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at a new location, the Western Carolina State Fairgrounds at 1566 Columbia Highway N.This year's show will feature home and garden vendors and do-it-yourself presentations for anyone looking to remodel or spruce up their homes for spring. More than 25 homegrown vendors also will sell everything from homemade pickles to jewelry.“Whether you are wanting to paint, plant or do a a kitchen or bath makeover, we will have vendors to help you,” said Diane Daniell, the sales and special project manager for the Aiken Standard.Bates & Sons Siding, Windows & Sunrooms of Aiken is this year's presenting sponsor. The company will offer a $2,500 gift certificate as the show's grand prize.“We have lots of door prizes this year, too,” Daniell said. “Make sure you get your name in the box.”Coach T’s food truck and...

Dec 29, 2017

The perfect poinsettia: How to pick and care for the 'Christmas flower' throughout the season

Experts at Clemson University and Cold Creek Nurseries in Aiken say when selecting a poinsettia to purchase, buyers should look for a full cluster of cyathia, the true flower; the cyathia can be found in the center of the bracts, which are the leaves of the plant that can be a variety of colors.The flower should be tightly budded when the plant is purchased as opposed to being open, which signals a more mature plant, said Cold Creek greenhouse manager Joy Abbott.Jim Faust, an associate professor of horticulture who has been studying poinsettias since he was in college in the 1980s, shared similar thoughts in a news release issued by Clemson University. "... If the cyathia have fallen out, then the plant has passed its peak performance," he said. "Also, the lower leaves of the plant should look fresh and dark green. Yellow, faded leaves are indicators of plants that are nearing the end of their potential shelf life."Poinsettias are available in several colors. They range from red, white, pink, peach, yellow as well as marbled and speckled bracts, but the most popular are red, Clemson reports. Red poinsettias account for 80 percent of the sales in the United States, according to the university. +5 When purchasing a poinsettia, Jim Faust, an associate professor of horticulture at Clemson Univer...

Sep 22, 2017

Annual Fall Home and Garden Show returns this week

Homeowners looking to upgrade their homes and gardens can attend the upcoming Fall Home & Garden Show.The sixth annual show, presented by the Aiken Standard, will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 22 and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 23 at the H. Odell Weeks Activities Center, 1700 Whiskey Road in Aiken.The event will be held in gym two at the center."We will have top-notch exhibitors with experts in their fields ready to help and engage with potential customers face-to-face," said Diane Daniell, event coordinator and Aiken Standard's sales and special projects manager. "This event brings exhibitors their target audience, homeowners ready to build, renovate, decorate and landscape."There are more than 50 vendors showcasing products and services for the event, which Daniell said is the largest number of vendors in event history.Several of the vendors are new this year.This year's DIY sponsor is DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen owner JD Norris.Presentation times for "how-to" topics are 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Friday and 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Saturday.Door prizes will also be be drawn Friday and Saturday, but participants do not have to... (Aiken Standard)

Apr 7, 2017

Spring flowers fill Home & Garden show with color

Pink azaleas, white spirea and yellow tea olive shrubs in full bloom greeted home improvement enthusiasts Saturday at the entrance to the Aiken Standard’s Home & Garden Show at the H. Odell Weeks Activities Center.Adam’s Nursery in Barnwell created the garden for the annual show, which also included other businesses to help residents spruce up their kitchens, bathrooms, pools and yards for spring.“The Encore azaleas are a big thing every year,” said Altman, who owns the business with her husband, Adam. “They bloom more than once at different times of the season.”The flowering cherry, cascading with delicate pink blossoms, also proved to be popular.“It’s a weeping, flowering cherry,” Altman said. “Everyone is just adoring it.”And the geraniums Altman brought were a hit, too.“We sold them right off the truck,” she said. “We didn’t even get to bring them into the show.”A few booths down, sisters Peytin Diana and Atalie Apida spun a wheel and won peanut-pretzel protein bars from Bee Healthy Medical Weight Loss, which has a clinic on Silver Bluff Road in Aiken.“We try to do local events throughout the year,” said their mo... (Aiken Standard)

Mar 2, 2017

Day of Caring benefits Aiken County's public schools

Oakwood-Windsor Elementary School on Wednesday morning.The two men, who are supervisors at The Home Depot in Aiken, were putting up a little lending library that they built, for Oakwood Windsor, for the Aiken County Public School District’s first-ever ONE K-12 Community Day of Caring.The School District teamed up with the United Way of Aiken County and Security Federal Bank to organize the event.At 40 of the 42 schools in the district, volunteers completed various projects that were designed to enhance educational environments and to improve the visual attractiveness of the buildings and grounds.“The School District does as much as they can for us,” Shrader said. “But when it comes to the extra little things, we need the community for help because we don’t have the resources and we don’t have the manpower to do them.”Shrader wanted the little lending library at Oakwood-Windsor to help improve literacy among people who live near the school.“We’ll have some books in here for the students and some books in here for the parents,” Shrader said. “The whole concept is to bring a book and get a book. It’s about providing an opportunity. Out here, we’re a good ways away from any of the public libraries. (Aiken Standard)

Dec 8, 2016

Arbor Day celebration leaves impression on Kennedy Middle students

Michelle Jones, Aiken’s new director of Public Works, has been in town only three months, but she put down strong roots Friday as part of the city’s annual Arbor Day program at Kennedy Middle School. Jones, with help from teacher Sarah Burnham and students in her Gardening and Beyond class, planted a Kousa dogwood in the school’s courtyard. Tom Rapp, the city’s horticulturalist/arborist, and Diane Holler, his assistant, prepared and oversaw the planting. “The City of Aiken is known for its trees,” Jones said. “They give the city its unique character, its ambiance, that people are attracted to because of the magnificent trees. The trees on South Boundary are iconic.” Jones said the city is making an initiative to focus on the tree-shaded parkways in Aiken. “We want to attract people, pedestrians, in the downtown areas,” she said. “We’re very excited.” The city’s Arbor Day celebration is part of the Tree City USA program, which is “greening communities across the country,” according to its website at... (Aiken Standard)