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Jul 6, 2021

Where will the Urban Roots Garden Centre be in Coquitlam? - The Tri-City News

A plant nursery that’s proposing to have pop-up garden centres in Port Moody, Vancouver and the township of Langley is also eyeing a high-profile site in Coquitlam. Monday night, city council will have a public hearing to consider a temporary use permit for Urban Roots, the retail side of Canadian Valley Growers that is converting a total of seven empty lots to sell flower baskets, seedlings, annuals, shrubs and gardening accessories. In Coquitlam, the store is proposed for the vacant property east of Coquitlam Centre mall by Walmart; the Morguard land at 1150 The High will be leased until Nov. 30. In Port Moody, council OK’d the temporary use permit by CityState Consulting last month for a pop-up garden facility at the corner of Clarke and Kyle streets, for two years. Other Urban Roots Garden Market locations in the works are at: • 1755 Cottrell St., Vancouver • 2901 East Hastings St., Vancouver • 4506 Rupert St., Vancouver • 6191 West Boulevard, Vancouver • 20090 91A Ave., township of Langley CityState’s Carola Alder told the...

Jul 6, 2021

Coquitlam calling on local gardeners to add yellow for national campaign - The Tri-City News

Additionally, the city plans to plant its own Hope Gardens, but is looking for volunteers to help its staff with adding yellow to locations like Town Centre Park, the Inspiration Garden, the Poirier Library and the High Street pop-up park. Interested residents are encouraged to visit the Park Spark page of the city of Coquitlam's website for more information. Adblock test (Why?)...

Feb 1, 2021

Zoom Bloomz Flower Cart Opens at The Lincoln Eatery - Miami's Community Newspapers

Zoom Bloomz is a European-inspired flower shop that has been launching pop-ups across the city in high traffic destinations such as Brickell City Centre, Nikki Beach and The Wynwood Yard. Zoom Bloomz flower cart at The Lincoln Eatery will serve as the brand’s third permanent location, alongside The Midtown Garden Center and Ironside Miami. “Everyone should have flowers,” explains Tawnie Aguilar, owner of Zoom Bloomz. “By launching at The Lincoln Eatery food hall, just steps from Lincoln Road, Miami’s premier shopping and entertainment destination, we anticipate a lot of customers hungry for a last minute hostess gift, birthday surprise, romantic gesture or just florals to freshen up one’s home.” Zoom Bloomz is especially sought after for its curated selection of fresh cut flowers and bouquets fresh from the garden. Handpicking rare flowers such as proteas, billy balls or multiple kinds of eucalyptus provides a personal touch on any occasion. Zoom Bloomz is open daily from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., and located within the Lincoln Eatery Food Hall. Connect To Your Customers & Grow Your Business Click Here ...

Feb 1, 2021

Ontario's flower growers saw considerable sales recovery, but not all - Greenhouse Canada

Advertisment The FCO team worked to establish the essential nature of floriculture farms, contributing towards garden centres reopening in time for Mother’s Day, but not all businesses were able to recover. Morse acknowledged that “not all farms recovered from the losses suffered at Easter and that many others were not in a position to capitalize on the newly created demand for floriculture products. Estimated losses for Ontario’s flower producers is somewhere in the neighborhood of $60 million.” Being considered an essential service helped to keep the doors open for many farms and businesses. The provincial trade and professional association of the Ontario floral industry held their 54th Annual General Meeting over Zoom and streamed live on YouTube with over 60 people in attendance or observing FCO’s AGM. FCO Board changes Elections were held for a number of open positions on the FCO Board. This year, the FCO Board wlecomed Ed Vermolen of Aldershot Greenhouses, as well as John Oosterveld of Jarja Floral as an unelected director in training. “I am pleased to welcome Ed, John, and the returning board members to our team,” said Jan Van Zanten, FCO’s President. “This has been a challenging year for all Ontarians, but I am confident that the breadth of expertise and experience on our Board will ensure that FCO continues to be a strong advocate of the sector.” Remaining on FCO’s Executive Committee are Vice President, Arielle DeBoer of Rosa Flora, Gina Marchionda of Jeffery’s Greenhouses as Treasurer, and Angelle van Kleef from Colourful Gardens as Board Secretary. Other Board members include Rodney Bierhuizen from Sunrise Greenhouses, Byron Dodd from Dodd’s Greenhouses, and Brian Gatcke of Foliera. With files from Flowers Canada (Ontario) ...

Dec 10, 2020

Cultivating Beauty: Devoted Centre County Gardeners Share a Passion for Growing – and Giving - State College News

Centre County is known for its natural beauty, found in the forests and wild places that surround us. Local gardeners know how to tame the region’s vegetation, cultivate it, and create gardens that are expressions of the individual, and together celebrate the resources we all share.The generous gardener Jan Musser grew up in the city of Wilkes-Barre with a backyard of blacktop. Today, her backyard on the border of Autumnwood Park in State College is a local landmark, brimming with an abundance of flowers. “[Growing up], my grandfather lived a block away, and he was first-generation European, and in Europe, they have very small yards, but they make use of them,” says Musser. “They don’t plant grass – they plant gardens. My grandfather’s backyard was heaven. It had every kind of fruit tree, every flower – as many as he could pack in the yard.” After school as a child, Musser would join her grandfather in the garden. “I give all my credit to my grandfather, who taught me every plant, ev...

Aug 3, 2020

Huntsville residents plant town spirit in flower beds in 2020 -

Huntsville’s G8 Flag Park at Centre Street and West Road. “Because it was looking a little rough,” said Terziano. Town council had previously reduced its 2020 budget for town-led horticultural beautification projects around town in response to financial pressures caused by the COVID-19 crisis. Related Content That meant fewer annual flower beds filled with pops of colour. Terizano said the town gave the volunteers their blessing and, with the help of Trish Arlidge, horticulture lead hand for the town, the garden beds at the park were soon filled with hostas and other plants. “Those perennials are planted up there in Flag Park now and make a nice addition,” said the mayor. “That’s the kind of community we have.” And volunteers have been taking similar action across the community. “A huge shout out to Deborah and Jonathan King, members of the Huntsville Horticultural Society, as well as the whole horticulture team and Town of Huntsville, Muskoka, Ontario staff for making downtown Huntsville beautiful,” wrote the Downtown Huntsville BIA on its Facebook page June 22. The post included a photo of the Kings filling a Main Street flower bed with colourful flowers and vines.