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Order flowers and gifts from Perfect Petals located in Kelowna BC for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is Kelowna, Kelowna British Columbia V1Y 1R8 Zip. The phone number is (250) 801-1384. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Perfect Petals in Kelowna BC. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Perfect Petals delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Perfect Petals
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V1Y 1R8
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(250) 801-1384
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Flowers and Gifts News

Jul 26, 2019

Okanagan florist donates flowers for smile week - Summerland Review

A Kelowna florist has donated hundreds of smiling mugs, filled with flowers to non-profit organizations across the city. Burnetts Florist has doled out 370 mugs in celebration of Teleflora’s Make Someone Smile Week, from July 21 to 27. “The whole thing is bringing the community together and giving people something that doesn’t always get anything,” said Natalie Tocker, owner of Burnetts Florist. Tocker asked the community what charities Burnetts should focus on delivering the flowers to and the answer was Starbright Children Development, Mama to Mama, Lake Country CONNECT, Bayshore Home Health, Village at Smith Creek, BC Cancer—Kelowna and Fernbrae Manor. READ MORE: The owners of Winfield Bakery in Lake Country are as sweet as their donuts Tocker alongside two of her visiting grandchildren and many community volunteers, put together bouquets in yellow mugs, that retail from $40 to $55. “It’s kind of the whole thing of giving back,” Tocker said. “The community gives to us all the time...

Jan 25, 2019

Warm winter prompts flowers to bloom in Okanagan - Vernon Morning Star

Vernon. Sunday, Feb. 6 was close as the mercury rose to 6.9. But it wasn't enough to shatter the record of 7.2 from 1911. Kelowna, Summerland and Penticton all broke records on Friday, Jan. 4. See: A little bit of everything: B.C. cities break records for snow, rain and heat "The average maximum daily temperature is supposed to be about -5 for January, but so far this year the average has been more like 2.5," said Sekhon. "It's been quite mild. "December was the ninth warmest for Vernon and we have records going back to 1901." And the trend is likely to continue for January, February and March. A weak el nino pattern means warmer temperatures for much of B.C., according to Sekhon. But he cautions: "We could still see some major snowstorms come through." See: B.C. braces for more rain, snow and wind storm warnings @VernonNewsnewstips@vernonmorningstar.comLike us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Jul 6, 2018

Flowers in the boulevards, parties in the street

Other cities that allow boulevard plantings include Cambridge, Guelph, Oakville, Oshawa, Whitby and Kelowna, B.C. Interest in neighbourhood street parties is also booming, prompting councillors to approve a simpler process for such events. The number of street parties held each in the city has doubled since the city last reviewed its street policies. In 1994, the city saw about 50 events in the street, including about 15 neighbourhood parties. Today, it sees about 100 events that close streets temporarily, including about 30 neighbourhood bashes. The city will create a simple guide for how to hold street parties, simplify road closures, and pay for insurance for events of fewer than 200 people. "I think it's a step in the right direction," said Coun. Kelly Galloway-Sealock. "I think this process will make things a lot clearer for people, and hopefully that translates into more parties." The city has already made a number of changes flowing from the new neighbourhood strategy: increasing the number and size of grants for neighbourhood events or projects; creating guides to help residents set up neighbourhood markets, community gardens and local traffic calming; giving residents more say over how neighbourhood parks should be developed; and creating a website,, with tips and ideas for community events.

Jun 22, 2017

Flower show will make you say 'wow'

This is a place where gardeners showcase their best of the best and the public can come and be awed.This year’s Kelowna Garden Club Flower Show will take place at Guisachan Heritage Park on Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. It promises nothing but the best with an added wow factor.The wow factor, created by the Okanagan Floral Art Club, is the Canadian flag made out of flowers, to celebrate Canada 150, surrounded by spectacular flower arrangements.The show is not just about floral displays, though. There are also three demonstrations.One is role of the Kelowna Parks department by Mike Den Ouden, foreman of parks and beaches. The other two are a demonstration of the art of flower arranging by Diane Vargo and how to grow orchids indoors by Louise Sewell.The demonstrations are followed by a walk and talk through Guisachan gardens led by Don Burnett.If you have questions about gardening, master gardeners will be on site to suggest, discuss and enlighten you about the art of creating and maintaining a garden in order to grow wonderful specimens like those showcased at the show.To enter the competition part of the show, one must follow the schedule exactly. The garden club’s sche... (The Daily Courier (subscription))

Dec 2, 2016

Nesters Market opening by Kelowna airport today

Residents of Quail Ridge and UBCO will be welcoming their first grocery store on Wednesday with the opening of Nesters Market across from the Kelowna International Airport. The second Nesters Market location in Kelowna will take up 1750 Pier Mac Way in Airport Village. So far in the area, there is a hotel, liquor store and Starbucks, with more to come this month. Nesters Market was founded in 1987 in Whistler and has since went on to open in Burnaby, Surrey, Vancouver, Summerland, Squamish and Banff, Alta. With a bakery, deli, produce section and fresh flowers, Nesters Market will offer many services to residents and visitors in the area. The official opening ceremony for the new store will be held on Nov. 30 at noon with a ribbon cutting and short ceremony. A grand opening celebration will follow on Saturday. Stay tuned for more information from KelownaNow. (KamloopsBCNow)

Feb 2, 2016

From Refugee to Canadian Citizen: Life in Kelowna

No matter what Kacuri had to go through to better his life he did it, and because of that he finally got to call Kelowna home. In June 1999 Kacuri and his family were living in Gagetown, New Brunswick as refugees when they were approved to head to British Columbia. Kacuri’s brother was approved first for a sponsorship through the United Church and went to Kelowna before anyone else in the Kacuri family. Latif remembers calling his brother and his brother convincing him to move to British Columbia. During the lucky third phone call Kacuri agreed that if he could find sponsorship for everyone else they would all travel to Kelowna. Kacuri was in luck because Kelowna Masjid, the Islamic Centre in Kelowna chose to sponsor the rest of the family. It didn’t take Kacuri long after arriving in Kelowna to immerse himself in the Okanagan lifestyle. The man arrived in the city on a Sunday and when the sun came up on Monday he was sitting at a desk at the Multicultural Society eager to learn English. Kacuri would hitch a ride with a friend he made to the ESL classes every day and would bus back to Rutland, where he was living after the classes. Kacuri said although he didn’t have the greatest English skills and the bus wasn’t the easiest, he made it work. “I asked the bus driver where to go and how to take the bus. I gave him some idea where I was living but it took me 30 minutes to find ... (KelownaNow)


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