Florists in Alpine, CA
Find local Alpine, California florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Alpine 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.
Alpine Flower Shops
1730 Alpine Blvdste 103
Alpine, CA 91901
2101 Alpine Boulevard
Alpine, CA 91901
2530 Alpine Blvd Ste E
Alpine, CA 91901
Alpine CA News
Mar 19, 2020
Longtime florist spreads flowers and cheer - Alpine Sun
Alpine Artistic Florist business owner Jamie Lewis says she occasionally gives away a flower to someone passing through the parking lot in front of the shop who looks like they need it for some reason.
“I think that it brings me more blessings than them. Sometimes they come back a couple of weeks later to thank me or let me know that it made their day better and hearing that tells me this is where I’m supposed to be,” Lewis said.
As of April 1, she will have been in business for 12 years and although she does not know how many flowers she goes through in a week, she says it depends on the number of weddings and funerals she covers during any given week.
Although the shop has delivered floral arrangements as far as Chula Vista, Oceanside or Coronado for customers, Lewis says some of the more special arrangements are for return customers who she has seen grow up.
“I’ve done flowers for prom and later on been asked to do wedding flowers for the same person then a few years later I’m... Feb 27, 2020
Obituary: Preston Cordova - Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Colorado or The Epilepsy Foundation. In addition, the Isabella and Asher Education Fund has been created for Isabella and Asher Cordova at Alpine Bank in Colorado. Oct 10, 2019
Mitton: Unique native wildflower prairie smoke resembles Dr. Seuss’ fictional truffula trees - Boulder Daily Camera
I am a little puzzled that I did not notice these until this summer. Within this wide geographic range, prairie smoke grows in prairie, montane, subalpine and tundra environments, though it seems restricted to montane and subalpine environments in Colorado. It is a long-lived perennial that spreads by rhizomes.
While prairie smoke’s flower form, specifically the feathery plumes, is unusual, it is not unique. Three other species produce feathery plumes to loft their seeds, and all three are woody shrubs that grow from 5-9 feet tall. All four species are native to at least the four-corner states, and all four are in the rose family. But none of the others has the pendant urns produced by prairie smoke. Alder-leaf mountain mahogany (Cercocarpus montanus) bears trumpet-style red flowers that flare at the end, with protruding golden stamens and a long, thin style. Both Apache plume (fallugia paradoxa) and cliffrose (Purshia stansburiana) have the simple rose cup of white petals. So, while all four species disperse seeds from flowers that resemble Seuss’ truffula trees, none of the other species could be confused with prairie smoke.
Oct 10, 2019
Leaves are falling all around. Time you were on your way to a regional show garden - Tacoma News Tribune
Ohme Gardens: rocks, groundcovers, pools and alpine plants
A drive over the pass can be a beautiful change of scenery, and, often in October, a sunny escape from autumn rains.
This year the nationally acclaimed Ohme Gardens just outside of Chelan near Wenatchee is celebrating 90 years of mountaintop serenity and a celebration of what humans can grow on a rocky hillside. The story of the indomitable Ohme family that created the gardens (by hand with little money) lives on now that the place is managed by Chelan County.
A popular site for weddings, concerts and group tours, there is a $8 charge to enter the gardens, but the views and inspiration are priceless. On a recent visit we had the gardens almost to ourselves and hiked the stone steps to view fish ponds carved into rock, wishing wells and rustic lookout towers built into the hillside.
There are assorted outbuildings made from rustic cedar and burl wood that lend a magical storybook quality to this unusual garden. No wonder they offer a fairy hunt to visitors. The spring season is when the thyme, wildflowers and hardy groundcovers offer more color, but fall is the season of cool, green mountain magic.
Visit www.ohmegardens.org for more information.
Rhododendron Species Garden: Fall foliage, plant sales and a huge conservatory
There is more than rhododendrons in this garden just off of I-5.
For seekers of bargains and cool wild plants, the annual plant sale and festival will be held the weekend of Oct. 19-20. This is the same weekend that the garden waives the $8 entrance fee, so not only can you purchase unusual native groundcovers, perennials and of course wild or species rhododendrons from all over the world, but you can explore the grounds and get to know the best trees and shrubs for fall color in our climate.
Don’t miss the gigantic glass conservatory with tree-sized tropical rhododendrons and spectacular water features. The shaded woodland trails are peaceful any time of the year.
I am rather obsessed with the English inspired stumpery — fallen trees with their roots in the air that have become home to a fern collection. If I lose any trees this winter in my own garden, a stumpery with ferns could be in my future.
Reach Marianne Binetti through her website at binettigarden.com or write to her at P.O. Box 872, Enumclaw WA 98022.
Sep 19, 2019
Cooking With Edible Plants And Flowers In Abergavenny, Wales - Countryliving (UK)
Some of the garden favourites you can easily plant at home include...Alpine pinks (great for cakes)Bergamont (good for tea or eaten with bacon, poultry, rice and pasta)Chrysanthemum Daisy (garnish for cakes)
Wild chamomile growing for tea
On the day of our course, the main lunch dish was a courgette, complete with its bright orange flower. To go with it, we made couscous (something Amy already had at home), freshly-picked tomatoes and ricotta cheese.
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Registration Open for Fall Flower & Landscape Photography Workshop Oct. 23
Leonard J. Buck Garden is one of the premier rock gardens in the eastern United States consisting of a series of alpine and woodland garden areas situated in a 29-acre wooded stream valley.
Tucked among the rocks are rare and exotic rock garden plants. The wooded trails connecting the outcroppings are lined with beautiful wild flowers that have flourished and multiplied through the years. Throughout the garden grow various trees, shrubs, and perennials.