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Plants & Planters
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1050 N Greenville Ave
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Richardson
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Texas
Zip Code:
75081
Phone number:
(972) 699-1281
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Flowers and Gifts News

Sep 22, 2017

Arts and Flowers Garden Club held meeting

Dashnaw, Linda Free, Sue Garrett, Kay George, Shari Gray, Sue Gray, Sue Harper, Jan Hicks, Judi Hill, Bonnie Jones, Becky Kremp, Rosie Palmer, Jennie Richardson, Bev Spillman, Cheryl Thomas, Pat Thompson, Vicki Wright and Phyllis Miles. (Washington Times Herald)

Jul 27, 2017

Discover wildflowers in Jefferson County

Trail miles: 4.2About: This park offers hiking opportunities for both beginners and intermediate hikers. The diverse terrain offers plants such as Richardson’s Geranium and Corral Root. This park is also known for an impressive autumn display of Aspens.White Ranch ParkEast access: 5611 Glencoe Valley Road, GoldenWest access: 25303 Belcher Hill Road, GoldenTrail miles: 20.6About: The 5,224 acres and 20.6 miles of trails makes for an excellent day of wildflower hiking. The terrain crosses forests, meadows and drainages which make for a wonderful display of many species. A ranger favorite is Rawhide Trail to Wranglers Run.Tips for photographing flowersGet outside: Find a hike or a flower field in the area. If you’re carrying a tripod and DSLR, make sure to watch your hiking distance. If you want the longer hike and epic views, smart phones are a good, light camera choice.Change perspective: We generally see the world at eye level, so in order to make images that are a little more creative and dynamic, change your perspective. Get up high or down low and shoot at different angles.Get close: Isolate the flower with a shallow depth of field to make the flower the star of the photo.Look at the big picture: When photographing wildflowers, it’s easy to focus all your attention on the beautiful flowers and forget the background. But, a good background will help your image by drawing more attention to your subject. A snow-capped mountain or a forrest in the distance gives a good scene without distracting.Leave no trace:When photographing wildflowers (or anything in nature), it’s important to leave no trace. Be careful not to step on the flowers, or disturb the ground around them (many flowers depend on the soil structure around them). (Englewood Herald)

Mar 2, 2017

'Little Rose,' last grandchild of Camarillo's founder, dies

But she was always such a lady. Even though we were out in the desert, she was doing all the things you do on a ranch.” Niki Chopra Richardson, public relations director of the Camarillo Ranch Foundation, said members of Marvel’s family still come to Camarillo to celebrate the late Adolfo Camarillo’s birthday and visit the family’s 1892 Queen Anne Victorian home, which is open to the public.Marvel’s husband of 70 years, Thomas, died in October 2016. She was also preceded in death by her parents, Alfred and Rosa Petit; sisters Inez Petit and Gloria Petit Longo; and her brother, U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. John Petit.She is survived by her seven children (Tom Marvel, Suzy Barnes, Mike Marvel, Sally Freeman, Joe Marvel, Pete Marvel and Amy Seifert), 28 grandchildren and nearly 40 great-grandchildren, plus numerous nieces and nephews. (Camarillo Acorn)

Feb 9, 2017

Deaths Summary for Monday, January 30, 2017

Coward died Sunday. Arrangements by Carolina Funeral Home of Scranton. CHANDLER, Sammie Lee, 67, of Kingstree died Sunday. Arrangements by Redmond-Richardson Funeral Home. JUDY, Jimmie Virgil, 91, of Branchville, a Navy veteran, retired founder and owner of Judy's Mobile Homes and widower of Christine Reeves Judy, died Saturday. Arrangements by Bryant Funeral Home of St. George. LESSINGTON, Harry Lee, 65, of New York, formerly of Russellville, S.C., died Friday. Arrangements by Henryhand's Andrews, S.C. Chapel. MORRIS, Charleen Cheatham, 68, of Tuscaloosa, Ala., wife of William A. Morris, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr's West Ashley Chapel of Charleston, S.C. THOMPSON, Levi, 53, of Yemassee died Saturday. Arrangements by Young Funeral Home. WALKER, Dorothy Mae, 80, of Yemassee died Saturday. Arrangements by Young Funeral Home. (Charleston Post Courier)

Feb 3, 2017

'Little Rose,' last grandchild of Camarillo's founder, dies | www ...

But she was always such a lady. Even though we were out in the desert, she was doing all the things you do on a ranch.” Niki Chopra Richardson, public relations director of the Camarillo Ranch Foundation, said members of Marvel’s family still come to Camarillo to celebrate the late Adolfo Camarillo’s birthday and visit the family’s 1892 Queen Anne Victorian home, which is open to the public. Marvel’s husband of 70 years, Thomas, died in October 2016. She was also preceded in death by her parents, Alfred and Rosa Petit; sisters Inez Petit and Gloria Petit Longo; and her brother, U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. John Petit. She is survived by her seven children (Tom Marvel, Suzy Barnes, Mike Marvel, Sally Freeman, Joe Marvel, Pete Marvel and Amy Seifert), 28 grandchildren and nearly 40 great-grandchildren, plus numerous nieces and nephews. (Camarillo Acorn)

Feb 3, 2017

Obituaries for Thurday, Jan. 19, 2017

Rivard of Kapaa; three sons, Robert (Ann) Rivard of Maryland, Michael Rivard of Kapaa, William Rivard of California; one daughter, Renee (Stan) Richardson of Vermont;5 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren; sisters, Sharon Causland and Susie Williams; brother, Bill Sprenger. Private services were held. Kauai Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home assisted the Rivard family with arrangements. Helen K. Kure Helen K. Kure of Kapa’a passed away at the age of 96 on Dec. 26, 2016, at Garden Isle Health Care. She was born on May 5, 1920, in Honolulu, Hawai’i and was a retired sales clerk. Private services were held. Arrangements were handled by Garden Island Mortuary, Ltd. © 2017 Thegardenisland.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. (Thegardenisland.com)

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