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Aug 22, 2019

Let a hundred flowers bloom in honor of Zeke the Sheik - The Pasadena Star-News

Times: “Dundon faced charges for cultivating, possessing and selling marijuana. Donning a blue headdress and a floor-length caftan in Pasadena Superior Court, Zeke the Sheik defended himself in rhyme for 20 minutes. The judge, court reporter and Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies were left in stitches. ‘I’m the politician for which you all have been wishing, ever since I had the vision that my mission, was to end the great second Prohibition and to form the coalition, for the abolition of nuclear fission and, in addition, to wipe out malnutrition,’ Dundon said in court.” “‘Because this all put me under a great deal of suspicion, I made the decision to make the transition to become a politician.’” Funny enough to beat a potential six-year rap, but he still got 18 days in the slammer. RIP, Zeke. I hope your life inspires many such as yourself. Altadena has room for more renegade soil-tillers today, so may a hundred flowers blossom. As he later told Janette, “People are awakening like never before. It all started in a garden, and it has to go back.” Write the public editor at

Apr 27, 2019

Summer House family farm supplies fresh-cut flowers - TribLIVE - Tribune-Review

I won’t use anything on the flowers that I won’t stick my hands in,” Mary Beth says. The result, she says, is a product far superior to the commercially farmed bouquet people are used to grabbing last-minute at the grocery store. Most large-scale flower farms are in South American and Africa and use horticultural chemicals that allow blooms to withstand travel but often strip them of fragrance, she says. They may have been out of water for a week before they make it from airport to store and back into a vase. “The flower trade is a dirty business,” she says. So that means selling Summer House flowers is easy, right? Mary Beth says she thought that at the beginning. No shortcuts “I was prepared that the farming part of it was going to be hard,” she says. “Once I grew them, I thought they would just sell themselves — but that wasn’t the case. The failure was mine — in business, there are no shortcuts to success.” She‘d like to change the view of cut flowers as an occasional extravagance, to one of an “everyday luxury” that adds necesssary joy to life. “I want people to think of flowers as something that makes a difference in your home and makes your day better,” she says. One day, she says, she would like the farm itself to be “a full-blown, old-fashioned, immersive flower market,” but it could take a while to get there. She says she’s gleaning tips for selling from the online flower growing community and relying on social media and friends to spread the word. She and Steve had a booth last summer at the Ligonier Country Market. This year, they’ll be selling at the Greensburg Night Market on May 30. “It should be peak peony season,” she says. “We’ll have blush, cream, peach, all the romantic colors.” Not to mention the heavenly scent. Lovely surprise One friend who has become a customer is Julie Ankrum of Greensburg, who receives a weekly jar of seasonal flowers from spring to fall, and recently bought a subscription for a 95-year-old friend who lives at Redstone Highlands in Greensburg. “It’s hard to find really nice, fresh-cut flowers in Greensburg,” Ankrum says. “I love the surprise of what’s coming next, because it’s whatever is in bloom that week. “It’s crazy how it puts me in a good mood when I walk in the house and see them,” she says. “I have a daughter in college. I think when she gets out of school, I might treat myself to another subscription, so I have two coming every week.” Details: Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, or via Twitter . TribLIVE's Daily and Weekly email newsletters deliver the news you want and information you need, right to your inbox. More Home & Garden Stories ...

Dec 14, 2018

Albion opens downtown holiday pop-up shop to remind people what it's like to shop downtown - Battle Creek Enquirer

Pure Albion are sponsoring a holiday pop-up shop in the city's downtown. Collective Goods is open at 111 South Superior St. until Dec. 22, on Tuesdays from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The shop brings together 16 businesses from Albion and around the state, featuring holiday decor, clothing, handmade knives, olive oils, soaps, toys and baked goods. The Albion businesses include Anna's House of Flowers, Jolly Green Junction, Black Swamp Cutlery, Foundry Bakehouse & Deli, Esham Family Farms and TNT Beauty Supply. The idea for the pop-up began as a way "to remind community residents what it's like to shop in Albion and to get them thinking about what types of business they would like to frequent downtown," according to a press release from Albion Reinvestment Corporation. Albion Reinvestment Corporation is an nonprofit which is planning to redevelop four blocks worth of downtown buildings, rehabbing 30 storefronts and 55 upper floor apartments over the next three to five years. Titled the "Big Albion Plan," its focus will be on Superior Street. More: Nonprofit wants to redevelop 4 blocks of Albion's downtown over the next 3 years Contact reporter Natasha Blakely at (269) 223-0114 or Follow her on Twitter at @blakelynat.

Dec 14, 2018

Macadamia flourishes in Hawaii, but not native - West Hawaii Today

Then researchers developed many superior varieties and it wasn't long before farmers began growing them commercially. Today, when folks think macadamia, they think Hawaii since the best varieties were promoted as Hawaiian macadamias even thought they are now grown in parts of Africa, tropical America and Australia as well. Besides macadamias, let's consider some of the other nuts with potential here. Cashews fit well in the home garden. The nut or seed develops at the bottom of the cashew fruit. It is easily grown from seed and grows to be a small round headed tree. Cashew trees are related to mango trees and have irritating sap so the seed must be handled carefully when processing. The juicy fruit is edible fresh or made into juice or even an alcoholic beverage. At higher elevations above 4,000 feet, pistachios and almonds may possibly be grown, but are not readily available at local nurseries. They may be specially ordered from California, however. Growing conditions that are cool and dry are best. Getting back to the coconut palm, it makes a great tree for the Hawaiian garden. The dwarf Samoan form is the best and available at some local nurseries. The tree will start producing fruit when young and may be easily harvested at near ground level for years. Another advantage is that it is resistant to lethal yellowing disease that killed millions of trees in Florida and the Caribbean. When was the last time you had pili nut pie, pili nut brittle or pili nut cookies? Unless you have lived in the Philippine Islands, it is probably never. How about tropical almond cookies? Again, we don't see them here but tropical almond confections are popular in Haiti and other parts of the Caribbean. The tropical almond, or false kamani, taxonomically Terminalia catappa, is originally from the East Indies but now found all over coastal regions of the tropical Pacific. The Philippine Islands are a fascinating and beautiful part of the world. They are rich in plant and animal life and are populated by many interesting indigenous people with diverse cultures. We are fortunate here in Hawaii to have a large Filipino population th...

Dec 14, 2018

Giving the Gift of Flowers this Holiday Season - FOX 21 Online

Flora North and put together bouquets to give to patients at St. Luke’s hospital. Associates from the Duluth and superior branches spent the morning handing out 40 hand–made bouquets. “This time of year, especially if you’re in the hospital, you want those little comforts from home just to brighten things up and being able to give people a little bit of sunshine hopefully makes their day a little bit better,” Signature Bank specialist Kerstyn Hendricks said. This was the bank’s first time doing the bouquet give–away. They say they pride themselves on how much they give back to the community. ...

Nov 28, 2018

Artists take diverse approaches to flowers in two central Arkansas exhibits - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Shearon broadens her view with Summer Garden, an explosion of color that embraces a larger field of vision. Generally, her floral work is superior to the landscapes, but Hilltop 1, 2 and 3 -- a triptych -- shows she has a real affinity for depicting the sky and cloudscapes. She works well with nature's spaciousness, leaving the viewer wishing he was there. Shearon's talents have been recognized with her acceptance at a number of national juried exhibits and a best in show at the Memphis Germantown Art League's 41st Annual Juried Star Exhibition, honors well deserved. Also showing at the gallery is French award-winning watercolor artist Georges Artaud. While much of his work centers on cityscapes and landscapes, he has a couple of lovely, well-executed florals, La Rose Rouge and La Rose Trimiere. The Puddle (La Flaque) turns a rain puddle and grate on a stone street into unexpected beauty. Artaud's works have a radiant, refined beauty that is sometimes mysterious and elusive. Diana Shearon and Georges Artaud, through Dec. 30, Red Door Gallery, 3715 John F. Kennedy Blvd., North Little Rock. Hours: 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. Info:, (501) 753-5227 BRIEFLY ... • It isn't on the wall of the Arkansas Arts Center's current exhibition, "Independent Vision: Modern and Contemporary Art From the Martin Muller Collection," but there is at least one work by an Arkansas artist in San Francisco gallerist Muller's collection -- David Bailin's Ladder (Garden), a 2002 charcoal on paper. Muller, who owns and operates Modernism Inc. in San Francisco, has a collection that numbers some 2,300 works by 625 artists. He lived in Little Rock in the mid- and late-1970s and credits his time here in helping launch his career as one of the country's major art brokers. "Independent Vision: Modern and Contemporary Art From the Martin Muller Collection," through Dec. 30, Arkansas Arts Center, 9th and Commerce streets, Little Rock. Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday. Info:, (501) 372-4000 • Gallery 26's annual Holiday Show and Sale is always a treat -- the east wall of the Hillcrest Gallery will be filled, floor to ceiling, with work by more than 60 artists. It opens with a reception at 6 p.m. Saturday and hangs through Jan. 13. Holiday Show and Sale, Gallery 26, 2601 Kavanaugh Blvd., Suite #1, Little Rock. Hours: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. Info:, (501) 664-8996. Email: .inline_item { float: left; display: inline; } Marjorie Williams-Smith’s Angels is aluminumpoint, copperpoint, silverpoint, gouache and pastel on black acrylic gesso on watercolor paper. " Photo by Courtesy of Hearne Fine ArtMarjorie Williams-Smith's Angels is aluminumpoint, copperpoint, silverpoint, gouache and pastel on black acrylic gesso on watercolor paper.


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