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Arizona State Featured Florists

Four Seasons Flowers & Gifts

6630 W Cactus Rdste B104
Glendale, AZ 85304

8Th Street Florist

847 West 8Th Street
Yuma, AZ 85364

Celeste's Flowers & Gifts

1060 Yavapai Drive Suite 8
Rio Rico, AZ 85648

Rita's Floral Designs

7150 North 29Th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85051

Works Of Art

41 Mulberry Avenue
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403

Arizona Flowers News

Mar 19, 2020

What plant is causing my allergies? - Record Searchlight

According to University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, “Trees that can cause pollen allergies include: juniper, cypress, mesquite, mulberry, cottonwood, pecan, sycamore, desert broom, elm, walnut, oak, olive, and palm. Pines also produce pollen, but it is generally not considered allergenic.Offending grasses and herbaceous plants include: bermudagrass, johnsongrass, ryegrass, alfalfa, pigweed, cocklebur, lambs quarter, ragweed, and Russian thistle (tumbleweed).” This list is not all-inclusive but contains most of our worst allergenic pollen producers. The allergies you are suffering could also be caused by plant in your landscape that is not common. For instance, I am allergic to the pollen from the acacia trees.It can be useful for allergy sufferers to know which pollen species are present at any given time so you can plan to avoid outdoor activities during these times. You might note that pollen levels are often given as part of the weather report on television. Pollen levels are determined by conducting a pollen count. Pollen counts measure the amount of airborne allergens present in the air at the time of sample collection.The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI) has a network of pollen counters across the United States. Each counter works under the direction of an AAAAI member and the counter must first pass an intensive certification course. Counters use air sampling equipment to capture airborne pollens. You can find the site nearest to Redding at https://www.aaaai.org/global/nab-pollen-counts/western-region.  Unfortunately, the closest station is in Roseville, which is about two weeks ahead of us for plants blooming and they do not have any pollen data available yet for this year.Here are a few strategies for reducing pollen exposure:Dry clothes in an automatic dryer rather than hanging them outside;Limit outdoor activities during the peak pollen seasons; stay inside during peak pollen times (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.);Restrict outdoor activities during dry days with high winds;Shower after spending time outdoors to remove pollen from hair and skin;Use air filters and clean regularly, or run an air conditioner and change the air filter frequently;And wear a dust mask when mowing the lawn, gardening, or raking leaves. Fo...

Feb 27, 2020

Will there be a superbloom this year in the California desert? Here's where to spy early wildflowers - Desert Sun

Date Palm Drive and Varner Road in Cathedral City, Cornett says. There, he says, floral fans will find desert sunflowers, sand verbena and Arizona lupine.Another place to spot early blooms is along Interstate 10 throughout the Coachella Valley, he says. To prevent rubber-necking for flowers, however, Cornett offers a detour: From Cathedral City, travel north on Date Palm toward the highway and then turn right on Varner and go toward Thousand Palms.If you’re feeling adventurousOswit Canyon, located near the intersection of Bogart Trail and South Palm Canyon in Palm Springs, also blooms early, Cornett said. He says he has already spotted some flowers there — including wild heliotrope, chuparosa and brown-eyed primrose — but says it’s far from reaching its peak.He also expects that flowers will be blooming soon along Box Canyon Road, about three miles east of Mecca.Barrows, meanwhile, recommended checking out early-blooming flowers near the south entrance to Joshua Tree National Park.If you’re planning aheadMission Springs Canyon, located off Highway 62 and Mission Creek Road should begin blooming in the next couple of weeks, Cornett said. The canyon is about 1,000 miles above the desert floor, he says, so it typically reaches peak bloom in late March or early April.Rebecca Plevin is a reporter for The Desert Sun. Reach her at rebecca.plevin@desertsun.com. Follow her on Twitter at @rebeccaplevin.

Feb 27, 2020

Will there be a dazzling 'super bloom' of flowers in California this year? - USA TODAY

Date Palm Drive and Varner Road in Cathedral City, Cornett says. There, he says, floral fans will find desert sunflowers, sand verbena and Arizona lupine.Another place to spot early blooms is along Interstate 10 throughout the Coachella Valley, he says. To prevent rubber-necking for flowers, however, Cornett offers a detour: From Cathedral City, travel north on Date Palm toward the highway and then turn right on Varner and go toward Thousand Palms.If you’re feeling adventurousOswit Canyon, located near the intersection of Bogart Trail and South Palm Canyon in Palm Springs, also blooms early, Cornett said. He says he has already spotted some flowers there — including wild heliotrope, chuparosa and brown-eyed primrose — but says it’s far from reaching its peak.He also expects that flowers will be blooming soon along Box Canyon Road, about three miles east of Mecca.Barrows, meanwhile, recommended checking out early-blooming flowers near the south entrance to Joshua Tree National Park.If you’re planning aheadMission Springs Canyon, located off Highway 62 and Mission Creek Road should begin blooming in the next couple of weeks, Cornett said. The canyon is about 1,000 miles above the desert floor, he says, so it typically reaches peak bloom in late March or early April.Rebecca Plevin is a reporter for The Desert Sun. Reach her at rebecca.plevin@desertsun.com. Follow her on Twitter at @rebeccaplevin.

Oct 10, 2019

Rancho Bernardo Inn's Avant unveils garden-focused tasting menu - pacificsandiego.com

David Mainiero, thought Gentile’s finer-dining concept would work well in his native Arizona. So last fall, Gentile headed to Scottsdale, where he quickly renovated by hand a former burgers-and-beer joint to open Parma Italian Roots. It was an instant success.A Phoenix newspaper named Parma Best New Italian Restaurant and Gentile Best New Chef. But after six months shuffling between the two restaurants in San Diego and Scottsdale, Gentile missed his girlfriend in San Diego, and he wanted to get back in the kitchen again. That’s when the Avant opportunity came along. Anise “ravioli” with Dungeness crab, cucumber consomme and fermented lime oil, one of the dishes on the new Avant Garde tasting menu at Rancho Bernardo Inn’s Avant restaurant.(Courtesy photo) Gentile said the Inn has embraced his ideas, which sometimes spill out of his brain so quickly his mouth rushes to keep up. Among the Avant Garde dishes he’s developed recently are sous-vide lamb with beet glass, butter powder and hickory rosemary smoke; anise “ravioli” with cucumber consomme and fermented lime oil; cured and ash-crusted scallop in a nasturtium vinaigrette; and roast pumpkin served in a petrified pumpkin shell.Gentile likes using molecular gastronomy techniques to create new textures, enhance flavors and ensure consistency, but he knows the scientific cooking methods have turned off many diners in past years. Execution, he said, is everything. Advertisement “Molecular gastronomy can give a dish the ‘wow’ factor but nothing disheartens me more than having a tasteless foam or powder,” he said.Gentile said he’s excited to be working in the same kitchen where famed chef Gavin Kaysen became a breakout culinary superstar with his modern cooking techniques at El Biz, which closed in 2012 after 44 years. Avant has never been able to match the fame of El Biz but Gentile said he’s got...

Oct 10, 2019

Invasion: Protectors of Prescott's watersheds wary of non-native plants - The Daily Courier

But in the eyes of Prescott Creeks, a nonprofit that strives to achieve healthy watersheds and clean waters in central Arizona for the benefit of people and wildlife, cottonwoods are a welcomed companion. “Our belief is that if you have a good, healthy cottonwood system, then you’re going to have overall more moisture in the system,” said Michael Byrd, executive director of Prescott Creeks. Byrd explained that cottonwoods keep water in the banks of the creeks with their roots. The trees also transpire moisture through their leaves and provide shade, creating a more humid environment. Even more significant, though, is cottonwoods are native to central Arizona and hospitably share the land with other native plant species. This is not the case for plants like spotted knapweed and common teasel, two non-native species that Prescott Creeks has been struggling to control the spread of. “It has a very invasive growth habit,” Byrd said of common teasel. “It really degrades diversity in the ecosystem.” A recently-identified invader of the Watson Woods Riparian Preserve is periwinkle, or Vinca major. The non-native plant was first observed in the woods surrounding Watson Lake in 2016. It has since cropped up in thick patches. It’s...