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Order flowers and gifts from Personal Touch Florist & Gifts located in Sheridan AR for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 1407 South Rock Street, Sheridan Arkansas 72150 Zip. The phone number is (870) 942-3488. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Personal Touch Florist & Gifts in Sheridan AR. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Personal Touch Florist & Gifts delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Jul 26, 2019

This sunflower field is Alabama’s happy place -

The Sunflower Field in Autaugaville as the bees who pollinate the big, showy yellow flowers that grow here by the thousands.Each May, Todd Sheridan plants nearly a million seeds over 40 acres of land along Alabama Highway 14 in the small town in central Alabama where he grew up. The property has been in his family since his grandparents purchased it in the 1940s.The sunflower field started as a happy accident. Todd and a friend were trying to decide what to plant when they were approached by someone who wanted to pay them per acre to produce sunflower seeds for deer. “We did that and had a pretty good crop,” he says. “At the end of the year, we put 155,000 pounds of seed in the guy’s bin. He wasn’t expecting that much.”The customer still hasn’t used all the seeds, Todd says with a chuckle.That first year, the sunflowers were planted along a dirt road where nobody saw them. But after Todd consulted with an agronomist, he decided to plant them on his property along the state highway. Once the sunflowers began to grow, “I left the gates open because I knew people would want to take pictures,” he says.A Montgomery TV station, WFSA, used a photo of Todd’s sunflowers as a backdrop for its weather coverage. “That’s when it started,” he says. When Kevin...

Jul 26, 2019

The Sunflower Field draws thousands to small Alabama town - Alabama NewsCenter

The Sunflower Field. “There was a lady that come yesterday from Tampa, Florida,” said Todd Sheridan, owner of The Sunflower Field. “She said, ‘I’ve read so much about it, I just had to come for myself.'” Sheridan’s farm has become a tourist destination in July thanks to the 500,000 sunflowers he plants on 25 acres. This year he split the plantings by two weeks so that the blooms would be spread out over the entire month of July. “The most difficult thing is to get them to come up out of the ground,” Sheridan said. “Once you get them up, it’s not too difficult.” [embedded content] The Sunflower Field brings thousands of smiles to Autaugaville from Alabama NewsCenter on Vimeo. This is Sheridan’s fifth year planting sunflowers, but only his fourth year making them available for public viewing and picking. “It got started growing grain for a company that was going to crush oil out of it,” Sheridan said. “They were on a major highway so I knew there was going to be people wanting to take pictures, so I left some gates open, and then some guy took a picture and sent it to a news station, and some guy comes down and takes a video, and one thing led to another, and here we are. It’s turned i...

Nov 28, 2018

There's Still Time to Win at Babe's Flowers! - Sheridan Media

Afternoon delight awaits shoppers at Babe's "There's still time to win!" says Heidi Parker, owner of Babe's Flowers in downtown Sheridan: From Wednesday to Thursday, says Parker, the long-time floral and gift shop underwent a complete transformation inside for the annual Christmas Stroll: Shoppers love to take family photos by their favorite display or tree, says Parker; and the staff feels rewarded for their hard work when "people come in and oooh and aaaah". Babe's is transformed in 24 hours for the stroll Babe's features the 'reason for the season' ...

Jul 26, 2018

About blooming time: Popular Autauga sunflower field running late this year

Mid-to-late August should be the time when the 40 acres of so of bright yellow flowers should be in their full glory, said Todd Sheridan, who plans the field. The field is about five miles west of Autaugaville, at the intersection of Highway 14 and Autauga County Road 33. This marks the third year the crop has been planted in this spot. The previous two years the sunflowers reached their peak about July 4. The need to replant put the crop about six weeks behind. "I put too much liquid nitrogen out on the first crop," Sheridan said sheepishly, overlooking the second crop which he said is coming along fine. "I guess the good news is that these sunflowers will have plenty of nitrogen." The field has become an Internet sensation as well as a popular spot for visitors. Several social media sites that track blooming sunflower fields nationally list the Autauga County site as one of the best for viewing. Folks stop by and take photos in the field. Social media is abuzz with the blooming flowers used as the backdrop for things ranging from engagement to "We're Pregnant" announcements. The delay in seeing the blooms this year doesn't bother Amanda Lewis of Prattville. "We went out the first year and just couldn't believe how beautiful the flowers were," she said. "There was a huge crowd out there, everybody taking pictures and smiling. We had a ...

Apr 6, 2018

Flower Tents Busy for Easter Flowers

Davis Street in Scranton."Me and my wife came out to get some new spring flowers for my mother-in-law for Easter and for the house," said Bob Sheridan of Scranton."We've been steady since I opened this morning. I was here at 8:30 and I actually had people here waiting, so they're getting ready for Easter," said Ceilann Stevens of Scranton.Stevens runs the flower tent on Davis Street. She tells Newswatch 16 the tent will be open on Easter Sunday and then will re-open in a few weeks to sell flowers for Mother's Day.41.379547-75.695563... (

Feb 8, 2018

Farewell to Helen Eliason, who leaves a beautiful garden for us all to enjoy

Water wears down stone" was one of Helen Eliason's favorite sayings, and her co-workers and volunteers heard it a lot.(Photo: Courtesy of Moira Sheridan)Helen Eliason’s passing at age 92 was noted in a brief obituary without fanfare or even a funeral to attend, just as she would have wanted.Yet it would be an injustice not to pay tribute to this gentle woman who touched innumerable lives and whose quiet persistence left Delaware a horticultural legacy that is itself her fitting memorial.While her philanthropic endeavors were legion — many children’s organizations, horticultural institutions and Fraim Senior Center, just to name a few — Eliason’s enduring legacy is a small garden as shy and retiring as she was, but equally resplendent in character. Helen adopted the garden, not far from her home in Wawaset Park, as a personal challenge. A neglected gem, she undertook its restoration after a long business career and applied her intelligence, management skills and ability to attract like-minded people willing to work.DELAWARE SPACES: Farmhouse is core of Centerville estate.PAY UP:Delaware's biggest toll scofflaw owes $175,000.Goo...


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