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1101 T StSacramento, CA 95811
111 Central Valley HwyShafter, CA 93263
3294 El Camino RealSanta Clara, CA 95051
1177 Surfwood LnSan Diego, CA 92154
9430 Warner Ave Ste NFountain Valley, CA 92708
California Flowers News
Apr 4, 2021
Will late rains bring a wildflower super bloom to California deserts this year? - Desert Sun
Wondering if the recent rains will bring a wildflower "super bloom" to Southern California this year after all? The chances aren't quite as low as a snowball in hell, but they're slim."Let me put it this way. ... This is a disastrous year for wildflowers," said James Cornett, a longtime Coachella Valley ecologist. "I haven't seen it this bad in memory."While a few hardy perennials are showing their colors, and burn areas are seeing velvet green regrowth, the year is far more likely to stay a super dud.A "meager" 0.83 of an inch of rain fell at Palm Springs International Airport from Nov. 1 through Sunday, per National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration measurements tabulated by Cornett. A typical year sees about 2.5 inches in that period, and a super bloom requires about 5 inches, he said. "So we have received les... Apr 4, 2021
Wildflowers are starting to bloom. Here’s where to see them in the Bay Area and California - San Francisco Chronicle
Across much of the Bay Area, wild mustard and California poppies are doing the best.
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Some of the best wildflower pockets are San Bruno Mountain, Mount Diablo State Park and Chimney Rock Headlands at Point Reyes National Seashore. In the Sierra foothills, blooms are just starting to pop in the river corridors and riparian zones, such as north of Grass Valley at South Yuba State Park.
“Good flowers are popping up and should only get better as it gets warmer,” said Matthew Green, a chief ranger for the California State Parks Sierra District. He recommended the Buttermilk Bend Trail along the South Yuba River.
On the other hand, many renowned destinations for wildflowers have fizzled this spring.
Death Valley National Park, a spectacular showpiece two years ago, received only 0.38 inches of rain at Furnace Creek this winter. Field scout Linda Stremel said she saw perhaps six wildflowers in four days on her visit last week to the park.
Another landmark site, the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve in the San Joaquin Valley, received only 2 inches of rain this winter, rangers said. The hills are faded brown with no poppies and only a light sprinkling of red filaree.
Though Daffodil Hill near Sutter Creek (Amador County) remains on the radar for many, the owners closed it, likely permanently, two years ago after a crush of visitors and illegally parked vehicles blocked access roads for emergency vehicles.
Wildflowers are always a wild card, dependent on timing, soil moisture, temperature, wind velocity and direct sun. Those factors form a matrix that can ignite or stifle blooms.
“Please add a note to stay on trails and do not trample on or pick the flowers,” advised Passantino at Marin County Parks and Open Space.
That said, here are the best prospects... Apr 4, 2021
Oscars business blooming for Sherman Oaks florist - LA Daily News
Holland, roses and hydrangea from South America and anemones from Italy.
“This year, we have almond blossoms from California – gorgeous branches, blooming branches and ranunculus. That’s the hot flower this year. That, and the anemones, are the popular flowers right now,” the florist explains.
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Boxes of vases have been unpacked in the alley behind the shop, with more on the way. Some vessels are sharp and angular; others are curvy and bulbous. Between now and Sunday, two dozen employees will have styled 10 thousand flowers into some 400 arrangements, ranging in size from the palm of your hand to the height of a small pony.
The Governors Ball is an A-list affair, bursting at the seams with Oscar winners past and present, many carrying their new hardware with them, carefully placing their statuettes on the table next to Held’s centerpieces.
Although about 35 million Americans – and more around the globe – are expected to tune into the Oscars. Only a select group of industry insiders receives invitations to the ball. Usually, it’s the first stop after the ceremony.
“This year, in the foyer and on the balconies as people enter, everything is red. The floor is red, the walls are red, the flowers are red. There’s a few pops of white and gold. Then, when the doors are open to the actual ball, it’s all white. It’s very uplifting and very happy this year.”
In these last hours before Hollywood’s biggest night, the back workroom at Mark’s Garden is a bevy of activity. At one table, a chunk of floral foam is dropped into vases and filled with water. At another,
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Pablo Hernandez peels the outer petals off burgundy roses to reveal their velvety virgin centers.
“This is my first Oscars. I’m super-thrilled to be part of it,” he says.
Hernandez wears rubber gloves to protect his fingers from thorns. “I still get pricked. There’s no way around that,” he said.
It’s crunch time for the Mark’s Garden crew.
“We install a lot of the bulb flowers on Saturday,” Held explains. “And then we send a crew to refresh them and just make sure everything’s perfect on Sunday.” ”
On Sunday night, as Hollywood’s movers and shakers hit the Governors Ball and admire the décor, the man who designed the floral arrangements won’t be there to hear the kudos.
“I... Apr 4, 2021
Where to find spring wildflowers in and around Petaluma - Petaluma Argus Courier
Helen Putnam Regional Park.
Another great resource is the iNaturalist app. It is a joint initiative by the California Academy of Sciences and National Geographic. The app helps identify plants and animals around you. You can record and share your observations of the wildflowers (and animals). It has video tutorials to guide you on using the wealth of information on the site. It even has a Teacher’s Guide with pointers for use by students.
April’s wildflowers make hiking a little more magical. With sunny days ahead, enjoy the trails. ... Apr 4, 2021
Kate Hudson's extravagant floral bathroom could be a beauty salon - HELLO!
The Music star went on a trip to Paso Robles, California, last weekend and posted a series of sweet videos.In the first clip, Kate stunned as she wore no makeup and the chicest black and gold-rimmed shades complete with a fierce gold cat-eye.She also pulled her blonde locks into a high bun and wrapped it with an on-theme printed scarf.In another video, Kate's boyfriend, Danny Fujikawa, can be seen unpacking folding chairs out of their RV as she walks out of their tipi towards him. "Hey babe," she says as he glances her way.Read more HELLO! US stories hereLike this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.