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Washington, WA Florists

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Washington Cities

Washington State Featured Florists

Lynnee's Floral

12 S.W. Main St
Wilbur, WA 99185

Jackie Lynn's Flower Shop

407 West Francis Avenue
Spokane, WA 99205

Bloomers Blossoms & Brown Paper Packages

1577 Gulf Rd
Point Roberts, WA 98281

Kashmir Gardens Florist

209 Woodring Street
Cashmere, WA 98815

Chases Downtown, Inc.

1201 Third Ave
Seattle, WA 98101

Washington Flowers News

Jul 26, 2019

American-grown fashionable flowers on display: See Oregon's floral portrait - OregonLive

California’s is a skateboard-accommodating mod Gerbera daisy dress. Washington state’s dahlia-bedecked cloak was inspired by 18th-century patchwork quilts and Native American blankets. [Dahlia Cape by Tammy Myers, First & Bloom, Seattle] Missy Palaco American Flowers Week, June 28-July 4, promotes domestic flowers and foliage, encouraging everyone to look beyond ubiquitous imported roses and carnations. In June and July, every state in the U.S. is producing flowers to decorate cozy breakfast tables to splashy wedding receptions, each stem selected, in a very personal way, for its color, size and beauty. Locally grown, fresh-cut flowers last longer and support the regional economy, says American flowers advocate and journalist Debra Prinzing of Seattle, who started the free, online directory for consumers to find local, seasonal and sustainable flowers. [Dahlia Cape by Tammy Myers, First & Bloom, Seattle] Chris Pinchbeck “When flowers are seen as fashion, they ignite the imagination and stimulate new awareness of domestic floral agriculture and the art of floral design,” says Prinzing, who also produces the Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing . Prinzing and her volunteer crew have fun with alliteration: They refer to the fashion creations as going from gardens to gowns, cut flowers to couture, seedlings to style. The “red, white and bloom” portraits are published in Florists’ Review’s Slow Flowers Journal. During American Flowers Week, events will be held in all 50 states and New Seasons Market will sell $13 bouquets made with botanicals from four Oregon flower farms. [Annual Floral Dress by Rayne Grace Hoke, Flora’s Muse, Biddeford, Maine] ...

Jul 5, 2019

Master Gardener: Four Generations Bloom at Adeline's Peonies - Yakima Herald-Republic

They processed 10,000 peonies that day, most of them destined for the wholesale market, largely in Western Washington.Varieties like Coral Charm, Lemon Chiffon, Paula Fay, Mons Jules Elie and Pink Hawaiian Coral are recent introductions, prized in today’s cut flower market. Brides dream of flowers like these in their wedding bouquets.Do you crave fresh flowers in your life? Are you drawn to a just-picked, fragrant blossom like a bee is to nectar? The flowers from your neighborhood florist or the grocery store are picture-perfect and lovely enough. But they were likely bred for their suitability as freight rather than for their delicacy, grace, or scent. One hundred years ago, almost all the cut flowers sold in the United States were also grown here. Now, nearly three-fourths of our flowers are imports, mostly from Colombia or Ecuador.Forget flowers grown on the other side of the world. Seasonal, local bouquets are “in.” Take a short ride to Adeline’s and find real flowers, grown and harvested by hand in rich garden soil that’s been in the same family for generations. If you take a deep breath, you can smell the peonies, even before you see them.

Jul 5, 2019

Cut Flowers Caucus blooms on Capitol Hill - Washington Examiner

Congressional Cut Flowers Caucus, Congressman Young is a strong supporter of the American cut flower industry," Young's spokesman Zack Brown told the Washington Examiner in a statement. "Alaska is home to the iconic peony, which is grown by family-owned farms across the state. He introduced this legislation because he is passionate about supporting small businesses, and believes that when the federal government purchases cut flowers, they should be purchasing from American flower farms like the ones in Alaska.” In Young's 46 years in the House, he's received no contributions from PACs linked to florists or nursery services and only small individual donations in 1994, 2006, and 2011 from people working in the sector, according to OpenSecrets data. The Cut Flowers Caucus is just one example of Capitol Hill's more niche collection of lawmakers. Other instances in the 116th Congress focus on areas ranging from political, ideological, regional, ethnic, and economic, including the Candy Caucus, the Civility and Respect Caucus, the Rock Caucus, the Small Brewers Caucus, the Term Limits Caucus, the Wrestling Caucus, and the Zoo and Aquarium Caucus. "I'd never heard of the Cut Flowers Caucus," Georgetown University government professor Michele Swers told the Washington Examiner with a laugh. The organizations serve different purposes, depending on the topic, she explained. "Caucuses allow members to take various public positions and advertise that an issue is important to them, but their profile obviously depends on what group you're talking about," Swers said. "We've seen how the House Freedom Caucus has attracted enough members to shift policy to the right, whereas being a member of the Problem Solvers Caucus makes them look bipartisan and provides them with the opportunity to tell their constituents they are interested in ensuring Washington works." The organizations additionally reflect broader trends, the professor added, citing the new Servicewomen and Women Veterans Caucus created this year following the election of a host of female lawmakers. George Mason University political science associate professor Jennifer Victor predicted more groups would form in the future. "Caucuses are growing; there are more of them every year. The growth is driven in part by outside industries, like flower growers," Victor said. "Often caucuses don't take up particular bills and opt not to push for legislation because they value bipartisan relationships and the informational benefits of the group over controversial policy." ...

Jul 5, 2019

Washington M. Flowers, 76 - Port City Daily

LONGWOOD — The Rev. Washington M. Flowers, 76, died Monday, June 24, 2019, at Conway Medical Center in Conway, South Carolina.The Rev. Washington Flowers is survived by his wife, Margaret E. Flowers; three children, Evangelist Larondi Nicole Flowers, Nekeshia Flowers of Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington M. Flowers Jr. of Los Angeles, California; one grandson, Jeremy Flowers; four brothers, William Flowers, Dr. Ernest Flowers, the Rev. Sam E. Flowers and Pastor David Flowers Sr.; five sisters, Ms. Christine Flowers, Ms. Clydell Bellamy, Ms. Rochelle Patterson, Ms. Juanita Smith and Pastor Eva Bellamy. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, June 29, at Ocean View Baptist Association Center, 7550 Ocean Highway West, Sunset Beach. Burial will follow...

Jun 22, 2019

Court: No religious rancor in flowers for gay wedding case - New Haven Register

FILE - This March, 6, 2013 file photo shows Arlene's Flowers on Lee Boulevard in Richland, Wash. The Washington Supreme Court on Thursday, June 6, 2019, ruled state courts did not act with religious animus when they ruled that the Richland florist broke the state's anti-discrimination law by refusing on religious grounds to provide flowers for the wedding of a gay couple. (Bob Brawdy/The Tri-City Herald via AP, File) less FILE - This March, 6, 2013 file photo shows Arlene's Flowers on Lee Boulevard in Richland, Wash. The Washington Supreme Court on Thursday, June 6, 2019, ruled state courts did not act with religious animus when ... more Photo: Bob Brawdy, AP Photo: Bob Brawdy, AP Image 1 of / ...