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Order flowers and gifts from Pick 'n Save located in Wausau WI for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 205 Central Bridge Street, Wausau Wisconsin 54401 Zip. The phone number is (715) 849-1323. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Pick 'n Save in Wausau WI. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Pick 'n Save delivers fresh flowers – order today.
Pick 'n Save
205 Central Bridge Street
Express you love, friendship, thanks, support - or all of the above - with beautiful flowers & gifts!
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Flowers and Gifts News
Feb 28, 2019
Behind the scenes: Flower Shop on Valentine's Day - WSAW
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) -- One local flower shop let Sunrise 7 in behind the scenes as they prepared for what they call their 'busiest day of the year.'
"We prepare by having balloons blown up, bags opened for wrapping flowers, candy wrapped, flower arrangements made evenings before delivery, and lots of helpers that do numerous jobs," explained Charmaine with Blossoms & Bows Flower Shop.
Their game plan is to have numerous routes ready the evening before so drivers can load and leave immediately after arriving on Valentine's morning.
This means bagging and boxing so the delivery person can be as efficient as possible and trying to anticipate what the customers would like to give their Valentines.
"The day involved around four to five times more people than a usual day, " Charmaine said.
... Feb 8, 2018
Prime time to order flowers for Valentine's Day nearing its end
We get them all through wholesalers out of Minneapolis, and like the Wausau area, and most of them come in from South America, California and Florida," said Genny Hay, owner of Eau Claire Floral. The most popular flowers for Valentine's Day are still usually red roses, and a mixture of flowers, like different spring flowers with red roses included and the valentine colors like reds, pinks, purples and whites."Hay advises customers purchase from a local store, instead of ordering from online websites because sometimes they can be a scam.She said if a deal sounds too good to be true online, it probably is, and the quality may not be as great.Like most local florists, Eau Claire Floral delivers on Valentine's Day, for purchases starting at a $20.As an added bonus, the Eau Claire Fire Department assists Eau Claire Floral with deliveries on Valentine's Day, with some of the money going to a local charity. (WQOW TV News 18)Oct 19, 2017
200 bouquets given away during 'Petal it Forward'
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) -- Did you get flowers Wednesday? You weren't alone. 'Petal it Forward' is a national movement, similar to 'pay it forward' where recipients are surprised with a gift of flowers.A group from Trig's floral was in downtown Wausau out bouquets of flowers to people they met on the street.They actually handed each person two bouquets; one to keep and one to pass on to someone else.Wendy Fredrich is the manager at Trig's Floral said the gesture meant a lot to surprised recipients."Quite quickly the smile comes on. Some of them told me they were already having a wonderful day and it just got better. Some knew instantly who they were going to give that second bouquet to. And I even got a hug from the last two sets I gave away,” she said.The group gave away more than 200 bouquets over the lunch hour. (WSAW)Oct 19, 2017
Local florists hit the streets to make day brighter
WAUSAU, Wis. (WAOW) -
A group from Trig's floral hit the streets around the 400 block in Wausau to make peoples day a little brighter by taking part in national Petal It Forward day.They handed out two bouquets of flowers as people walked by, one to keep and one to pass on to someone else.The Wendy Fredrich the floral manager feels this is something people need at this time."There is so much negative and sadness everywhere right now," says Fredrich. "So what better way then with the fragrance and look of flowers they are proven to an up lifter."Fredrich says the crew handing out the flowers got lots of smiles Wednesday and that's what they were looking for. Petal It Forward was created by the Society of American Florists three years ago. (WQOW TV News 18)Sep 8, 2017
Featured garden: Water features, a rock garden and grandmother's roses
Show ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext SlideBuy PhotoBrian Rhode, of Wausau, poses for a photo at his garden Tuesday, August 8, 2017. Rhode's garden was chosen as this month’s YWCA Garden Club Garden of the Month. His garden’s flowers include yellow daisy, zinnia, calibrachoa, phlox, astilbe and echinacea. (Photo: T'xer Zhon Kha/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)Buy PhotoWAUSAU - The latest YWCA Wausau featured garden is at 607 Adams St. in Wausau. The home is 90 years old and is set at the back of the lot. Brian Knope purchased the property 17 years ago. The lot slopes toward the sidewalk and consisted of grass. Knope credits his friend Jake Johnson with the encouragement to begin the garden, assisting with planning and with providing much of the labor involved in the creation of a secret garden behind a rail fence. They brought in rocks to form a rock garden on the slope in front of the fence, which contains hostas and sedum. There is a half barrel at each side of the sidewalk leading to the house. They contain annuals.The rail fence continues around the pe... (Wausau Daily Herald)Jun 16, 2017
Carol Rose Crow July 13, 1940-June 6, 2017
Carol Rose Crow went to be with the Lord on June 6, 2017. Carol was born in Wausau, Wisconsin, to Gustav Keene and Nellie (Hornung) Keene on July 13, 1940, joining her brother Tom and sister Arliss. She moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, at the age of nine months and lived there until her dad got a job in the Los Angeles area and moved the family to Temple City, California in 1952. She always attended the Catholic school system and graduated from San Gabriel Mission High School in 1958. She married Michael Crow, her spouse of almost 57 years, in Temple City, in 1960. When married they lived in West Covina, California, and retired there in 1995, to settle in Brookings. They had six children together — Catherine, Celeste, Mary, identical twins Thomas and Jonathon, and then David their lovely surprise. Carol is preceded in death by her husband Michael, who passed on March 15 of this year, and Jonathan who went ahead of her at the age of 8 to meet her in the Kingdom. Carol was a homemaker. She loved reading and homemaking. For a time Carol worked as a litigation suppo... (Curry Coastal Pilot)
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