Florists in Anaheim, CA
Find local Anaheim, California florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Anaheim 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.
Anaheim Flower Shops
2517 E Ball Rd
Anaheim, CA 92806
2500 W Lincoln Ave # 9
Anaheim, CA 92801
811 South Euclid Street # A
Anaheim, CA 92802
1052 North State College Boulevard
Anaheim, CA 92806
8285 East Santa Canyon Rd
Anaheim, CA 92807
2715 W Broadway Ave
Anaheim, CA 92804
866 S Brookhurst St
Anaheim, CA 92804
30 E Orangethorpe Ave Ste 1
Anaheim, CA 92801
701 W Lincoln Ave
Anaheim, CA 92805
Anaheim CA News
Sep 7, 2020
Anita Cote 1929 - 2020 - Obituary - Legacy.com
Europe. In 1955 the family moved to California and Anita had a son, Timothy. The marriage ended and Anita remarried. In 1961 the new family moved to Anaheim, CA. Anita raised a family, worked in aerospace, and finished her high school education. In 1968 the family moved to Grand Junction, Colorado and bought 50 acres on the Colorado River. They raised alfalfa, tomatoes, and melons. In the winter they boarded horses. In 1971, the family returned to California and settled in Ventura County. Anita went into real estate and became a broker. She sold real estate in the 1970's and 1980's for California Oaks and Century 21. Anita always wanted to have a business so in 1986 she bought The Chocolate Place in Ventura. It was a busy time and she enjoyed making treats that made people happy. In 1989, the economy changed so Anita sold the business and moved on to another life-long interest, sewing. In the 1990's she worked at Beverly Fabrics making display items for the store. The sewing area was located on the second floor overlooking Main Street in Ventura. She enjoyed watching the daily activity and parades downtown. In 1996 she thought it would be fun to manage a Salvation Army Thrift Store and she did that for 6 years. After the Salvation Army, she worked one more year for a Title company and retired in 2004. Over the next 15 years Anita made almost 2,000 items to sell at the Senior Craft Shoppe located in downtown Ventura. She loved to sew, knit, and crochet so the shop gave her a creative outlet and she enjoyed meeting new people at the shop. Anita is survived by her daughter, Christine Cote Ring, of Ventura and one grandson, Benjamin Cote, of Bakersfield. Anita was preceded in death by her son, Timothy Cote. She was the youngest of 6 children and they also all predecease her. Due to COVID-19 regulations and restriction, a private funeral service will be held for family members only. In lieu of flowers, a memorial donation may be made in her honor to the Ventura County Chapter of the American Cancer Society, 2186 Knoll Drive #A, Vent... Feb 1, 2020
Sad, surreal scene in Los Angeles before Lakers' first game since Kobe Bryant's death - San Angelo Standard Times
NBA championships, generating countless indelible memories for fans.
By contrast, in baseball, the Angels in Anaheim and the Dodgers in L.A. haven’t won a championship since 2002 and 1988, respectively. The NFL’s Rams didn’t return to L.A. until 2016 — after 21 years without any NFL football in Los Angeles. The Kings in hockey won an NHL title in 2014 but don’t capture the public’s attention the way the Lakers do when they’re winning.
“He was a cocky young man, but he always backed it up,” said Jason Nguyen, who brought a floral arrangement in purple and gold and stood it up next to the growing pile of gifts on the ground outside the arena. “We’ve just seen him grow and grow and grow. And you’d see progress and maturity. He just exploded. He just took over and brought us championships.”
Before Kobe, Lakers legends Magic Johnson, 60, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 72, were among the few who might have occupied the same stratosphere in terms of success and tenure in Los Angeles. Perhaps that’s why news of Kobe’s death reminded some of Johnson’s shocking announcement in 1991 that he was retiring immediately because he had tested positive for HIV.
Like Kobe, Johnson then was in the prime of his life and a transcendent star in "The City of Angels." He was only 32 at the time, when HIV was considered a death sentence. Back then, it seemed like a sad warning that his days were especially numbered. But in this case, there was no warning, and everybody’s still trying to process it. Kobe was only 41. He leaves... Mar 8, 2018
Man charged with hate crime after attack on Anaheim flower seller
SANTA ANA — A transient was charged with a hate crime Tuesday for allegedly attacking a man selling flowers alongside an Anaheim street while calling the victim a “wetback.”Daniel Owen Kelley, 57, was charged with assault with a deadly weapon and violation of civil rights with violent injury, both felonies. He is also facing sentencing enhancements for a hate crime and a hate crime with a prior conviction, according to court records.Kelley is accused of beating a 19-year-old man with a cane at Beach Boulevard and Lincoln Avenue about 3:25 p.m. Sunday as the victim was selling flowers, Anaheim police Sgt. Daron Wyatt said.Kelley allegedly called the victim a “wetback” during the attack, Wyatt said. (OCRegister)Aug 10, 2017
'Flowers don't kill': Dozens protest in support of woman taken down by Riverside County sheriff's deputy
English, “because I wasn’t there,” Vasquez said.“We definitely understand the public’s concerns,” he added.People from Perris, Anaheim, Santa Ana, and Hemet attended the protest, which was organized by an indigenous rights group known as the Mexica Movement.Christian Lem, 23, who shot and shared the 43-second video clip on Twitter attended the demonstration. He held a sign that read, “No more racist cops!”Lem said he was walking in the area before deputy “got physical.” He said the deputy was being rude while the woman was trying to explain in Spanish that she did not speak English.“That why I decided to stay,” Lem said. “All I saw was fear in her face.”The video clip was shot June 7 and shows the woman trying to get away from the deputy, who grabs her hair and forces her to the ground. He covers her mouth with one hand and then twists and places her arm behind her back.She was selling flowers and Hawaiian-style leis without a permit outside of Perris High School while motorcycle deputies provided traffic control during the graduation ceremony, according to the Sheriff’s Department news release.The Sheriff’s Department said deputies warned and cited 15 people for vending without the necessary city permits.Mendez-Medrano refused to cooperate and attempted to walk away, the Sheriff’s Department said in the release, which also said she gave fake names and pushed the deputy away. He held her arm to prevent her from fleeing, the statement said.Vito D’Angelo, of Perris, attended the protest in support of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.“I’m not saying every officer is perfect … but neither is every citizen,” D’Angelo said. (Press-Enterprise)Apr 20, 2017
Dizzy display of sunflower power
Dale Junior High in California for their “Crazy 8’s Broadcast” at the Student Television Network convention last week in Anaheim, Calif.
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Santa Ana florist Has Been Delivering the Goods on Valentine's Day for 95 years
In their busiest times in the past half-century, the Macreses ran shops in Anaheim, Laguna Beach, and Orange as well as four shops near each other in downtown Santa Ana. The oldest family flower shop in the county, the Macreses’ business not only tells us something about who we are as people, but it also gives us a glimpse into who we are as a county.
Now reduced to one shop, Macres Florists is a quiet pass-by on Broadway in downtown Santa Ana that has had the same “Say it with Flowers” logo embroidering the roofline in old-school cursive for the past eight decades. Valentine’s Day this month is big for many small florists, and it makes up about a fourth of Macres’ annual business.
On the 14th, Michael Macres and his wife, Tricia, usually have to start around 2 a.m., just like the old days when they had to go to the Los Angeles Flower Market for their wholesale stock. (They were able to get the flowers in Orange County starting in the 1970s.) Michael got involved in the family business as a kid, long before he graduated from Orange High School in 1964. Tricia grew up in a well-known Orange family, the Trewetts, who owned a blacksmith and welding shop.
Valentine’s Day is a big payday, but not as big as it might seem. There are all sorts of added expenses, including renting vans and refrigerated containers and hiring more drivers. Wholesale flowers are marked up at least 50 percent, but Tricia beli... (Orange Coast Magazine (blog))