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Business name:
Red Rose Flowers
Address:
6489 Parker Rd
City:
Fairhope
State:
Alabama
Zip Code:
36526
Phone number:
(251) 300-5955
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Jul 6, 2018

The fleeting but spectacular bloom of Alabama's lotus

The root can be boiled, fried or sauteed. (If you have an immediate hankering to try lotus root, you may wish to visit Dragonfly Foodbar in Fairhope, which serves the root sliced crossways and fried as a French fry substitute.) An army of pollinators are always at work inside the flowers. You'll see wasps, bees, hornets and multiple varieties of syrphid flies, which, at first blush, look like bees. Another pollinator, though unexpected, is the red-winged blackbird. The birds are crazy about lotus flowers. They will actually rip the flowers to shreds trying to get at the seed pods. As an added bonus, eight and nine foot tall stalks of what appears to be a giant relative of the Queen Anne's lace wildflower are blooming everywhere you look on the riverbanks. It is known as water hemlock, and is a relative of the carrot, according to Bill Finch, noted botanist and science advisor to the Mobile Botanical Gardens. Though kin to carrots, water hemlock is not to be eaten, he cautions. Of all the tours I run in the Delta, those during lotus time are among the most popular. Once I nose the boat into a stand, with the tall pads hanging over the bow, people become almost immediately lost staring at the little world going on among the pads, under the pads, and above the pads. Indeed, the community living on, beneath and around the lotus stands in the Delta embraces all manner of creatures. Bitterns can be seen clinging to lotus stalks, seeking prey. Egrets perch on the pads for a better view. Dragons and damselflies hunt above the overhanging pads, while snakes and gators ease by below. Meanwhile, golden topminnows and killifish shelter in the shadows hoping to avoid bass and bream lurking in the underwater forest created by the tall stalks and flower stems. The chance to see the lotus population in all its glory is fleeting. Each blossom opens for a day, closes for the night, and reopens a final time on the second day before the petals fall off. The seed pods continue to grow for another month. The lotus bloom for about three weeks a year, and this year it appears that the present July Fourth week will be something of a peak for the lotus of the Mobile-Tensaw Delta. If you want to experience the world of the lotus, better hurry. Ben Raines specializes in investigations and natural wonders. You can follow him via Facebook, Twitter at BenHRaines, and on Instagram. You can reach him via email at braines@al.com. You can watch Ben's most recent documentary, The Underwater Forest, here on Youtube.

Mar 30, 2017

Mary Hester Lamey

A celebration of Mary's life will be held on Friday, March 31, 2017 at 2 p.m. at the chapel of Wolfe-Bayview Funeral Home, Fairhope, Alabama.The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service.A reception will immediately follow at Lakewood Golf and Country Club.An additional service will be held at a date to be announced in July in Maine.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Community Hospice of Baldwin County, 1450 N. McKenzie St., Foley, AL 36535, or the Alzheimer's Association, www.alz.org.Arrangements by Wolfe-Bayview Funeral Homes & Crematory Inc., 19698 Greeno Road, Fairhope, AL 36532, www.wolfefuneralhomes.com. (Gulf Coast News Today)

Mar 23, 2017

Megathlin: Flower trinket answers Mardi Gras prayer

When my husband Bill and I arrived for the “Maids of Jubilee” Mardi Gras parade, a crowd already lined the streets of downtown Fairhope, Alabama. As we took up a spot behind a barricade, I noticed a middle-aged man and woman sitting on the curb behind the crowd.Pale-faced and limp-haired, the woman had her knees drawn up against her stout torso. She looked sullen and tired. For a fleeting moment, I wondered if she regarded me with contempt, attired as I was in ballet flats with coordinated pale pink jeans and sweater. Bill carried our little dog Dinah, decked out in a Mardi Gras outfit. Silly people.She and her husband had chosen not to compete with the families thronging the corners, but to wait until the parade circled back down Church Street.As the parade began, I joined the multitude vying for trinkets flying from the floats. With the passage of the final trolley, the crowd, familiar with the parade route, surged toward the Church Street barricades. When the woman and her husband stood up to rest their arms on the top bar, I drifted over and took up a position beside her.Within minutes, the floats were upo... (Online Athens)

Dec 22, 2016

John Hilliard Rutz

The Military Order of the Purple Heart. Arrangements by Wolfe-Bayview Funeral Homes & Crematory Inc., 19698 Greeno Road, Fairhope, AL 36532, 251-990-7775, www.wolfefuneralhomes.com. (Gulf Coast News Today)

Dec 15, 2016

Jane Cook Jensen

American Cancer Society. Arrangements by Wolfe-Bayview Funeral Homes & Crematory Inc., 19698 Greeno Road, Fairhope, AL 36532, 251-990-7775, www.wolfefuneralhomes.com. (Gulf Coast News Today)

Nov 3, 2016

Marcia Ann Newton

Room, from 11 a.m. until noon. In lieu of flowers, the family suggest that memorials be made to St. Lawrence Catholic Church, 370 S. Section St., Fairhope, AL 36532, www.stlawrencefairhope.com, or Marcia's daughter's nonprofit organization, Eastern Shore Community Health Partners Inc., which aims to study local cancer clusters, P.O. Box 62, Point Clear, AL 36564, www.easternshorechp.org. Arrangements by Wolfe-Bayview Funeral Homes & Crematory Inc., 19698 Greeno Road, Fairhope, AL 36532, 251-990-7775. (Gulf Coast News Today)

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