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California State Featured Florists
6040 Lake Isabella Blvd., Ste. ALake Isabella, CA 93238
19309 Ventura BlvdTarzana, CA 91356
12511 San MateoHalf Moon Bay, CA 94019
25073 Sunnymead Blvd. # D16Moreno Valley, CA 92553
1712 Meridian Ave Space ASan Jose, CA 95125
California Flowers News
Mar 19, 2020
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The gardener office is staffed by volunteers trained by the University of California to answer gardeners' questions using information based on scientific research. Mar 19, 2020
Redmond florist is deeply rooted in the... - Redmond Reporter
So right now it’s fall and everybody thinks of oranges and bronze. Well, the crops [farmers] plant way in Ecuador, way up in Canada, way [down] in California where they’re really growing all the flowers, those crops are going to be in those color.”
Those environments not only influence the tones of the flowers, but farmers might decide to forgo an entire crop if there isn’t a high demand. People aren’t buying bronze colors for their centerpieces after December, she explained.
Lisa said when people visit florists, they’re shopping for a professional’s skill. Color wheels, negative and positive space, textures and grouping of flowers influence the presentation of an arrangement.
“We’re not production; we’re artists,” Lisa said. “When you go into a grocery store and grab some flowers, you’re giving flowers, but it’s not really something that someone has really specialized in.”
She said there’s a creative process that happens when people go to a florists that adds an extra layer of thoughtfulness. The species of flowers picked, the color scheme, the style of a vase are all ways Lisa said people can show the uniqueness of a gift. She explained with the convenience of the Internet, people often put off gift giving until the last minute or they equate the cost of a gift to show how much they care.
“When people come in to pick out a bouquet, they go that extra mile,” Lisa said. “It isn’t just a last-minute, pick-it-up, get-it-delivered process.”
Anniversaries, weddings, dating and funerals are occasions when people seek out Lisa’s shop. For occasions of sympathy, Lisa said you’re always 100 percent good with white, yellow and chartreuse green. But she said it’s very subjective; on one occasion a friend who was going through a loss said the brightest flower arrangement made her feel better.
Lisa doesn’t see the florist business disappearing anytime soon. Despite living in a world that is ever increasingly becoming tech-oriented she doesn’t believe people are willing to give up on deep-rooted traditions, the most recent being Redmond High School homecoming dance.
Bear Creek Florist did 89 wristlet corsages and 82 boutonnieres for the high schoolers, each one customized for the student. Lisa still gets excited building boutonnieres, explaining it’s the artistic aspect that drives her to do the work she does and the idea that when a student is pinning a flower on a tux or slipping a corsage onto their wrist, they are wearing something unique to match the event.
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Exploring San Diego: Circus acts, Flower Fields open, Mariachi Fest - 10News
The fun starts at 11 a.m. with dance troupe performances and continues with workshops and dance competitions.SUNDAYMariachi FestivalWhere: California Center for the Arts, Escondido; Cost: $25 - $100Take in the traditional sounds and sights of the Grammy-winning Mariachi Divas de Cindy Shea and folklórico dancers from Tierra Caliente Academy. Attendees can also spend the day at the festival's Tacos & Tequila reception, where they can sample spirits and participate in a silent auction.TinyFest CaliforniaWhere: Del Mar Fairgrounds; Cost: $10 - $20Del Mar Fairgrounds will host several ideas in the world of "tiny homes" during TinyFest, featuring the latest in tiny living options, expert speakers, workshops for guests, and festival music and foods.Carlsbad Flower FieldsWhere: The Flower Fields; Cost: $9 - $24Sunday is opening day for the Carlsbad Flower Fields this season! Peruse through 50 acres of beautiful variations of Ranunculus flowers, an artists garden, floral displays, and more.
Mar 19, 2020
With fewer flowers, Lake Elsinore hills more brown than orange - Press-Enterprise
A modest wildflower bloom is bursting through the brown-and-dry landscape at Lake Elsinore’s Walker Canyon.But this year’s California poppy show pales in comparison to the dramatic 2019 superbloom that painted the canyon’s hills a brilliant orange and drew hundreds of thousands of awestruck visitors.
Fiddleneck blooms along a trail as hikers make their way down Walker Canyon in Lake Elsinore on Friday, March 6, 2020. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG)
Hikers make their way up a trail in Walker Canyon in Lake Elsinore on Friday, March 6, 2020. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG)
SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsA small patch of California poppies blooms along a trail in Walker Canyon in Lake Elsinore on Friday, March 6, 2020. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG)
Fiddleneck blooms along a tra... Mar 19, 2020
Baldwin Lake Pebble Plain Wildflower Walks Begin Friday - kbhr933
Big Bear, CA – The Southern California Mountains Foundation will once again host guided wildflower walks and visitor information services at the Baldwin Lake Ecological Reserve every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday March 6 through June 14 from 10am-2pm with guided walks at 11:30am. The Reserve is open three days a week this season while the Discovery Center is closed for renovations. This year, visitor services include several naturalist exhibits brought over from the Discovery Center, as well as periodic programs such as nature crafts, pinecone birdfeeders, and storytime.The Baldwin Lake Ecological Reserve is the home of one of the most unique ecosystems in Big Bear, the pebble plains. Wildflower walks, guided by Discovery Center volunteer naturalists, will teach you ab...