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Florists in San Luis, AZ

Find local San Luis, Arizona florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in San Luis 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.

San Luis Flower Shops

Britney's Flowers

689 North Main Street
San Luis, AZ 85349
(928) 783-0588

San Luis AZ News

May 1, 2020

Flowers that may bring a light of hope to downtown San Luis Obispo - Mustang News

The beginning of a new season, the realization that 2020 is almost halfway complete, the hope for the COVID-19 pandemic to slow, and, for the city of San Luis Obispo, it means reminding people that Downtown SLO is a vibrant center for creativity and commerce and it will be opening once recovery begins. “We really wanted to do something light and bright, in a time where it’s been, you know, a lot of darkness and quiet and uncertainty,” Downtown SLO Chief Executive Officer Bettina Swigger said. Starting the first week of May, several businesses in downtown SLO will be painted with environmentally-friendly temporary paint with floral art themes. The paint will be on the exterior of windows, but business owners can also create floral displays inside their windows if they choose to. Some businesses that are taking part are Creeky Tiki, The Blade Runner, Linnaeas Café, and Sidecar. Swigger said that once businesses saw the art being painted, others asked if they could also participate. The map of businesses can be viewed here. “We know there are a ton of really creative people who are business owners and we also have a really vibrant arts community in San Luis Obispo,” Sw...

May 1, 2020

30000 flowers will be given away for FREE in San Luis Obispo - KEYT

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. - The California Cut Flower Commission is teaming up with Avila Valley Barn, Connected Communities LLC, and Ocean Breeze Farms to give 30,000 Gerbera Daisies away for free. The flowers will be Donated by Ocean Breeze Farms in Arroyo Grande, this Thursday, April 2nd, at 3 p.m. Due to the current COVID-19 Pandemic, a handful of retailers continue to buy flowers, but many grocery brands are canceling orders or turning fresh cut flowers away. Without the ability to sell, Ocean Breeze Farms in Arroyo Grande was a day away from disposing of their entire Gerbera Daisy supply. When Tyler Skinner of Connected Communities heard this news, she had an idea. Working tirelessly with Ocean Breeze Farms, California Grown Flower Commission & Avila Valley Barn, she created the first ever 30,000 flower giveaway! Available starting at 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 2nd, until they are gone, the Gerbera Daisies at Avila Valley Barn are FREE to the public. Indiv...

Mar 19, 2020

Eight places to see wildflowers in Southern California - Los Angeles Times

Wildflowers erupted in 2017 at Carrizo Plain National Monument in San Luis Obsipo County. (Francine Orr/ Los Angeles Times) Advertisement Info: Carrizo Plain National Monument; wildflower information (805) 475-2035; visitors center (805) 475-2131. Download map and guide. Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve What needs to happen for a good bloom: Lots of rain.If the best happens: Visitors can gaze upon orange California poppies spread across the park’s 1,700 acres. Also lupine, cream cups, goldfields, owl’s clover and yellow daisy-like coreopsis. This year, you’ll see patchy areas of blooms, not a carpet like last year. Visitors now can see “belly flowers” such as pygmy-leaved lupine, red maids and tiny white forget-me-nots.Watch out for: Dehydration. It’s high-desert grassland, so drink plenty of water. Give rattlesnakes space. Carpool if possible. Watch for visitors who may be photo-focused and oblivious to cars. Info: California Poppy Reserve, (661) 724-1180. $10 per vehicle; $9 with a senior (62 years and older) in vehicle; $5 with Disabled Discount Pass. Open sunrise to sunset. Wildflower season through May. No drones and no dogs (other than trained service animals). Advertisement Walker Canyon, Lake Elsinore The superbloom in 2019 brought many visitors to Walker Canyon.(Los Angeles Times) What needs to happen for a good bloom: Lots of rain, sunshine and some wind. This year poppies are germinating slowly, so a super bloom is unlikely.If the best happens: You may see hills blanketed with California poppies covering acres of desert chaparral. Blue dicks, yellow-petaled monolopias, beavertail cactus, wishbone bush, Coulter’s matilija poppies andspineflowers also grow here.Watch out for: Crowds. Last year’s superbloom drew so many visitors — about 150,000 on a mid-March weekend — that the trails looked like lines outside big-box stores on Black Friday. Carry plenty of water and stay on the trail to avoid rattlesnakes.Info: Walker Canyon; (951) 674-3124, lake-elsinore.org/poppies. Free pu...

Feb 1, 2020

As the Worm Turns: Honeybee forage flowers - Crestone Eagle

Leigh Mills has lived and gardened in the San Luis Valley since 2002 and written the “As the Worm Turns” column since 2010. If you enjoy reading her monthly, visit her website, TheInfiniteBee.com, to view color photos and read journal entries about how Leigh cultivates life with Adventures, Homestead Skills, and Life Practices. ...

Jan 4, 2020

Rose Parade 2020: 20-year-old from Redding will use 23K flowers to bring a float to life - Record Searchlight

TV, the school said. Toney's been a part of float club since her freshman year, and her team partners with the San Luis Obispo school's sister campus in Pomona. It's over a year-long process to design a float and then bring it to life for the parade. The final leg — decorating week — starts the day after Christmas, complete with a judging at the end. "It's kind of two different ways you can take it: more of a realistic, elegant way or more of a fun and cartoon-y way," Toney said. This year's theme is "The Power of Hope," and Toney and her team are creating an undersea landscape with a submarine floating above. How does their "Aquatic Aspirations" design tie into that? The idea is that seafarers are out hoping to spot some treasure, but end up finding the wonders of the natural world even more rewarding. More: Readers: Here's what you funded this year. How to help us bring you more journalism in 2020 To make that concept believable, Toney said her team has been in constant contact with farmers throughout California as they choose the right flowers for the job — color, shape and seasonality all factor in. And that's just the logistical piece. Once they pick out flowers, the team has to figure out how to arrange them in a way that quickly and clearly conveys the float's message. "You only h...

Jan 4, 2020

Redding woman will use 23,000 flowers to bring Rose Bowl float to life - Chico Enterprise-Record

TV, the school said. Toney’s been a part of float club since her freshman year, and her team partners with the San Luis Obispo school’s sister campus in Pomona. It’s over a year-long process to design a float and then bring it to life for the parade. The final leg — decorating week — starts the day after Christmas, complete with a judging at the end. Like stories about the Golden State? Click here to get our In California newsletter in your inbox. “It’s kind of two different ways you can take it: more of a realistic, elegant way or more of a fun and cartoon-y way,” Toney said. A conceptual design of the 2020 Cal Poly Rose Parade float, “Aquatic Aspirations.” (Cal Poly — Contributed) This year’s theme is “The Power of Hope,” and Toney and her team are creating an undersea landscape with a submarine floating above. How does their “Aquatic Aspirations” design tie into that? The idea is that seafarers are out hoping to spot some treasure, but end up finding the wonders of the natural world even more rewarding. To make that concept believable, Toney said her team has been in constant contact with farmers throughout California as they choose the right flowers for the job — color, shape and seasonality all factor in. And that’s just the logistical piece. Students work on the submarine portion of the Aquatic Aspirations float in Pomona. (Tom Zasadzinski — Cal Poly) Once they pick out flowers, the team has to figure out how to arrange them in a way that quickly and clearly conveys the float’s message. “You only have a few seconds for people to see your float, so it’s really critical to use things that allow people to understand what it is,” Toney said. While Toney initially signed up for float club as a creative and social outlet, she’s also a business administration major who’s learning lessons that would play out in her future career — from working to secure the right flowers to ironing out any disputes that might come up. It all takes a lot of...