Florists in Cordova, AL
Find local Cordova, Alabama florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Cordova 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.
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Jun 19, 2020
Flowers back in bloom on Detroit Avenue in Lakewood - cleveland.com
LakewoodAlive’s Flower Blossoms Program finds volunteers and business owners responsible for watering petunias and impatiens from Lincoln to Cordova avenues.“The Flower Blossoms Program is a great merging of our work with small businesses and coordinating volunteers enhancing our community’s quality of life,” LakewoodAlive Executive Director Ian Andrews said.“We’re a proud small-business community, so it enhances storefronts to have beautiful flowers, making window shopping that much more pleasant.”Led by Flower Blossoms Program Chair Kathy Haber, the initiative involves 17 volunteers who water and maintain flower boxes on their designated blocks.“The business people really like it, and the community loves it,” Haber said. “Detroit Avenue is a very stark street. We’re an inner-ring city, so anything we can do to make it prettier and brighten it up to make it cheery is well appreciated.”Haber said the program began with hanging baskets in the Marc’s plaza; however, it wasn’t until volunteers used Earth Box planters, which help maintain water and keep the flowers alive, that the effort expanded along Detroit Avenue.“Initially, there was a fear that if we put them on the street, kids would knock them over and people would fall over them,” Haber said. “It turned out th... Feb 27, 2020
Obituary: Preston Cordova - Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Preston Cordova September 23, 1979 ~ February 2, 2020 Preston Lee Cordova, 40, passed away unexpectedly on February 2, 2020 at his home in Silt, Colorado. He was born on September 23, 1979 to Lynne and Steve Cordova in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He was preceded in death by his beloved sister Melissa Cordova. Preston is survived by Lynne and Steve Cordova (parents), Krystal Cordova (wife), Isabella and Asher Cordova (children), and many treasured aunts, uncles, cousins, in-laws, and friends. Preston enjoyed the outdoors, digging for fossils, motorcycles, and most of all spending time with his family and friends. He was well known for always joking around and bringing joy and laughter to those around him. Preston loved helping people and was everyone’s confidant. His heart was his greatest gift and he gave it freely without reservation. memorial services will be held for Preston. The Colorado service will be held on February 15th at 10:30 AM at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints located... May 31, 2019
'They did what they had to do': Relatives honor veterans at re-opened Galilee Memorial Gardens - The Commercial Appeal
Galilee Memorial Gardens in Bartlett as he began to reflect on the dedication his relatives made.
Jones, 54, of Cordova, said his brother Darryl Jones died at age 20 while serving in the Army. His uncle, Willie Jones, passed in 1990 after serving in World War II.
Morris Jones said his uncle faced issues of segregation during the war but thinks his uncle was just glad it was over.
"They had to go through things that I'm sure they were not proud of, but to serve their country, they did what they had to do. And that is what makes it so special," Jones said.
Darryl Jones enlisted in the Army in 1979 and was killed 12 days before his 21st birthday during a fight.
Morris Jones has younger relatives in the Navy, some of which have retired.
For the Jones' family, the observance of Memorial Day is a priority for them.
"It means a lot. They care enough for their country to serve their country. So we just want to honor them, not just this day, but all days because they gave so much," Jones said.
Jun 16, 2017
Flowers become family fun at these events
Garden to Vase: Growing Cut FlowersWhere: Soil Born Farms, American River Ranch, 2140 Chase Drive, Rancho Cordova When: 1:30 p.m. next Saturday, June 17Admission: $25Details:916-363-9685, www.soilborn.orgLearn how to grow perennials, native plants, herbs and more that produce beautiful cut flowers. Also tackle the basics of flower harvesting, preparation and arranging.Debbie Arrington... (Sacramento Bee)Jun 16, 2017
With city coffers tight this year, the Parks and Recreation Department is working with Cordova Junior Senior High School and two master gardeners, Mayor Clay Koplin and Neva Nolan, to get flowers blooming in barrels all over town.Sara Hottinger’s hospitality and tourism class began growing seeds in aero gardens to assist with the Parks and Recreation Department’s beautification program. Using donated plants from Koplin and Nolan, the students started their program by planting blooms around the gazebo in the grassy field or Hollis Henrichs Park.The class has enough starts for six of the 13 barrels that decorate the community during summer months.Previous articleBill Gilbert receives PWSSC’s Fisheries Achievement AwardNext articleOld time 4th of July celebration coming to townCathy Sherman is the museum director for the Cordova Historical Museum. She can be reached at ACM@cityofcordova.net. (Cordova Times)Apr 20, 2017
Plan your spring planting: Despite a wet winter, summer will be dry
California Native Plant Society hosts its annual spring plant sale at its Elderberry Farms Native Plant Nursery at Soil Born Farms in Rancho Cordova. Best suited to survive our up-and-down water availability, thousands of plants native to our region will be available along with expert advice on selecting the right native for the right spot.See how other city dwellers incorporated natives into their gardens during the annual “Gardens Gone Native” tour Saturday, April 8. More than 1,000 interested gardeners took this free self-guided tour last year.This spring, 28 gardens – including a dozen first timers – will be on this popular tour, according to organizers. With featured gardens in Sacramento, Yolo and Placer counties, there’s something for almost every soil type and local growing condition.Also hosted by the Sacramento Valley chapter of CNPS, the tour includes plant lists of what’s growing and blooming in these gardens. Docents will be on hand to discuss each garden’s unique attributes and designs. To receive the map of gardens, sign up now at www.sacvalleycnps.org.Gardeners also can find a spring respite and more plant suggestions at the UC Davis Arboretum. Freshened by that winter rain, its water-wise gardens look spectacular this month. They’re open daily to visitors.In addition, the arboretum’s teaching nursery will host two more public plants sales, set for Saturdays, April 8 and 29, featuring a wide selection of proven drought busters. Because the best time to drought-proof a garden is when we have water. (Sacramento Bee)