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Order flowers and gifts from Pop-N Daisies located in Mesa AZ for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 1950 E University Dr, Mesa Arizona 85203 Zip. The phone number is (480) 471-8299. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Pop-N Daisies in Mesa AZ. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Pop-N Daisies delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Aug 3, 2020

Howard Dungan - Obituary -

Howard and Anita loved to play golf at the Tijuana Country Club and Balboa Park Golf Course, were once active in the Methodist Church in La Mesa, and had a custom home built in Spring Valley where they resided until they passed. They vacationed in Mexico City, and traveled extensively throughout the U.S. and Canada with a succession of travel trailers. These trips were later accompanied by their only child, Michelle Dungan, now a retired California Department of Transportation Associate Environmental Planner. After Anita passed in 2006,Howard eventually resumed travel in a Roadtrek motorhome, completing the last trip to Kearney, Nebraska by himself at age 97, where he was interviewed by the newspaper. Howard flew with Honor Flight to Washington D.C. and spoke to a 5th grade class in Carlsbad that had written letters to the veterans to read on the flight, befriended the teacher, and later attended the middle school graduation for the students. This was the subject of a local news story. Another story was about his flight on a B-25, his first since World War II. On a trip to Hawaii with aniece, he honored a relative killed on the U.S.S. Arizona at Pearl Harbor, his first visit there after the war.Howard worked hard to live as independently as he could, frequented the zoo, read extensively, and watched televised sports until COVID-19 forced him to replace them with old television westerns and more classic movies. A rerun of the original "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" which featured B-25s like he flew was rarely missed, along with "Catch-22", which he said captured some of the absurdities of the war. He still drove well, shopped, and balanced his checkbookuntil a few weeks before he passed.Howard is survived by his daughter, Michelle Dungan and her wife, Veronica Zerrer; numerous nieces and nephews; friends and former students whose lives he touched; and the family dog, Jacqui, who recently saved him from a bad fall by warning Veronica that he had a leg cramp and was trapped on the steep slope next to a vertical embankment while weeding his yard.Both Howard and Anita supported good public education for everyone, and that would include a broad curriculum helping students understand history, society, and government so they can become good citizens. It must also provide a solid foundation for all students whether they aspire to vocational or to a college education. In lieu of flowers for services at Glen Abbey in Bonita and interment at Fort Rosecrans, please consider a contribution to Honor Flight, or your favorite charity or other group that could support the above educational goals. Published in San Diego Union-Tribune on Aug. 2, 2020.

May 1, 2020

Where to Order Mother’s Day Brunch, Dinner, Mimosa Kits in Southeast Michigan - Eater Detroit

May 9. The cost is $110 for a meal feeding a family of four. It features caprese frittata, garlic-parmesan potatoes, crab cakes, bacon, and more. Customers can also add a mimosa kit, bloody mary mix, and a bouquet to the order. Brunch orders are being accepted online now. Marrow: This West Village butcher shop offers weekly brunch baskets filled with ingredients for a weekend meal and is also currently accepting orders for Mother’s Day meal kits. Think: continental breakfast and roast chicken dinner. Stage Deli: This West Bloomfield deli is accepting orders for Mother’s Day brunch. The meal feeds four for $45 and includes bagels, lox, berry parfait, and banana bread. Customers can add on a bouquet of flowers for $40. Mabel Gray: This Hazel Park restaurant is taking orders for Mother’s Day kits featuring items like smoked salmon, asparagus quiche, take-and-bake carrot cake batter, and build-your-own peach bellinis. Each kit is $150. Place an order by emailing Bacco Ristorante: This Southfield Italian eatery is taking orders for family-style carryout menu featuring options like filet mignon, arugula pesto salmon, mushroom soup, and tiramisu. The cost ranges from $210 to $280 depending on the choice of entree and includes a flower bouquet. Call 248-356-6600 or email prior to 3 p.m. on Thursday, May 7 to pick up from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, May 9. The Whitney: The Whitney is offering Mother’s Day brunch boxes for pickup and delivery via Tock. The price ranges between $125 and $150 and feeds between three and four people. Expect items like orange juice, scones, breakfast potatoes, chicken-apple sausage, ham and cheddar frittata, and more. Brown Iron Brewhouse: This beer hall is offering a brunch and dinner package as well as a cross-body purse gift for Mother’s Day. The brunch menu includes blueberry cream french toast, applewood smoked bacon, and fresh fruit salad. The dinner features a pesto-chicken tortellini bake, garlic bread, Caesar salad, and macaroons. The price is $100 and serves up to four people. Customers can add an optional mimosa bar for $30. Call 586-697-3300 to pre-order before Thursday, May 7. Andiamo: This metro Detroit chain is accepting orders for brunch to-go and dinner to-go. The cost ranges between $29 and $46 per person. Orders must be placed in increments of four by Tuesday, May 5. Expect items like orange juice, french toast strata, wild mushroom ...

Mar 19, 2020

A walk through Brooklyn Botanic Garden, now closed due to the coronavirus pandemic - Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s magnolias. Photo: Lore Croghan/Brooklyn Eagle We all need to embrace the social media messages to #StayTheFHome and #stayhomesavelives. From now on, I am only going to write this column about places I can reach by walking from my apartment. On my strolls, I will practice social distancing, which, as my wise readers know, means staying six feet or two meters away from other people. Wild rams with wings So. Let me show you photos of the epic walk I took on Sunday as well as pictures of...

Feb 1, 2020

Gardening: Four winning flowers from All-America Selections - Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Gold Rush’ black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia x) can’t help but draw your eye with its profusion of bright golden-yellow, two-inch blooms with their namesake black centres. A compact selection (up to 24 inches tall), it flowers from mid-summer to frost. A perennial rated to USDA zone 4 (protected location, mulch), it tolerates both heat and drought. Choose a location in full sun with well-drained soil. Or grow it in a container to add height and drama to your deck or patio. In addition to being yet another pollinator-friendly plant, it can be used as a fresh or dried cut flower. One of the judges declared this selection ‘one of the very best rudbeckias I’ve trialled and one of the very best perennials, too.’ High praise indeed.Like all newly introduced plants, these four may be in short supply in 2020, but look for them in seed catalogues and at garden centres this spring anyway. In addition, take time this summer to visit the AAS demonstration garden on the North side of the Agriculture Building on the University of Saskatchewan’s campus in Saskatoon.Erl gardens in Saskatoon and tweets about it on occasion @ErlSv.This column is provided courtesy of the Saskatchewan Perennial Society (SPS; Check our website ( or Facebook page ( for a list of upcoming gardening events. Boffins Garden by Rob Crosby — Jan. 29, 7:30 p.m., Emmanuel Anglican Church, 607 Dufferin Avenue, Saskatoon. Free and open to the public.Related ? Bridges Events Jan. 10-16 ? Bridges Events...

Nov 9, 2019

The Floral Tonics One Designer Relies on to Stay Balanced - The New York Times

In November, she will expand her namesake perfume line — also made with flower waters, in single-note distillations — to include a trio of green vetiver, woody oud and bright ylang-ylang essences, which can be layered on the skin for a customized result.Similarly, the beauty of the floral tonics, she says, is that it’s easy to adjust the ingredients depending on the body’s needs and the season. For more spirited occasions, for example, she suggests swapping the water used to dilute each elixir for champagne to create a festive aperitif. Here, Sarafpour shares three recipes that capture the flavors, and medicinal properties, of the garden.Calming Jasmine, Apple & Honey TonicServes 4? 1 cup wildflower or orange blossom honey? ½ cup water? ? cup apple cider vinegar? 1 cucumber, peeled and grated (or 4 smaller Persian seedless cucumbers, which Sarafpour prefers)? 2 teaspoons jasmine water1. In a heavy pot, combine honey, water and apple cider vinegar and simmer on low heat for 20 minutes until everything is combined and reduced to a syrup consi...

Nov 9, 2019

Bookcliff Gardens under new ownership -

Denver and Salt Lake City. The company originally started as Mesa Mato, a growing house for tomatoes and cut flowers for local restaurants and florists under the ownership of Ed and Betty Settle. Through the years, it revolutionized to include bedding plants, vegetable starts, along with nursery trees and shrubs for Western Slope landscapes. "We are really honored to carry on the legacy that Dan and Dennis have built," says new owner Rick Griggs. "They grew the business from its humble beginnings to the household name it is today." Hill and Komlo will stay of staff for the next several months to help with the transition period. ...


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