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Florists in Bakersfield, CA

Find local Bakersfield, California florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Bakersfield 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.

Bakersfield Flower Shops

Accent Florist

1412 17Th St Ste C
Bakersfield, CA 93301
(661) 325-4200

Accent Flowers

200 Stine Road
Bakersfield, CA 93309
(661) 831-2200

All My Love Fresh Flower

1603 S H St
Bakersfield, CA 93304
(661) 832-8000

Altavista Florist

2201 Alta Vista Drive
Bakersfield, CA 93305
(661) 699-4776

Amy's Flowers

1601 N Chester Ave Ste A
Bakersfield, CA 93308
(661) 932-4321

Angel Enterprises

5100 Ming Ave #B-16
Bakersfield, CA 93309
(661) 340-1113

Bakersfield Finest Florist Ca

1601 N Chester Ave Studio A
Bakersfield, CA 93308
(661) 871-5660

Bella's Flowers

401 E California Ave
Bakersfield, CA 93307
(661) 327-8642

Christy's Brundage Florist Llc

3040 Brundage Ln
Bakersfield, CA 93304
(661) 323-7924

El Capiro

800 S H St Ste A
Bakersfield, CA 93304
(661) 836-9803

Farley's

217 Mount Vernon Ave Ste 15
Bakersfield, CA 93307
(661) 324-9623

Fresh Cut Flowers

4800 White Lane
Bakersfield, CA 93309
(661) 397-7655

House Of Flowers

1611 19Th St
Bakersfield, CA 93301
(661) 326-7000

Juli's Home Decor

322 Chester Ave
Bakersfield, CA 93301
(661) 321-0058

Mt. Vernon Florist

1519 Mount Vernon Ave
Bakersfield, CA 93306
(661) 871-7511

The Masters Bouquet

Po Box 163
Bakersfield, ca 93302
(661) 717-0604

Vons

5700 Stockdale Highway
Bakersfield, CA 93304
(661) 328-6950

White Oaks Florist

9160 Rosedale Hwy Ste 500
Bakersfield, CA 93312
(661) 587-4994

Bakersfield CA News

Sep 7, 2020

Anita Cote 1929 - 2020 - Obituary - Legacy.com

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, Ventura, CA 93003. Anita was entrusted to the care of the JOSEPH P. REARDON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICE, 757 East Main Street, Ventura, 805-643-8623. Published in Ventura County Star from Aug. 13 to Aug. 16, 2020.

Feb 3, 2016

Obituaries: Anderson, Bladorn, Craigmyle, Goffin, Hart, Pruett, Wallace

Jan. 25, 2016 Clyde Bruce Pruett, 85, a resident of Dallas, died Jan. 25, 2016, in the Dallas Retirement Village. He was born on Sept. 20, 1930, in Bakersfield, California, the son of Burton and Clarice Miller Pruett. At the age of nine, Bruce moved with his family to Marion, Oregon. He worked in the fields, picking crops as he grew up in Oregon. He attended schools in Marion and Aumsville. Bruce enlisted in the Army at the age of 16, giving a false year of birth so that he could enter. He transferred to the United States Air Force when it was established and retired after 20 years with the rank of Chief Master Sergeant. For a time, he worked for Boeing in Seattle, and later bought a Western Auto Store in Issaquah, Washington. He moved to Oxnard, California, where he purchased an Interstate Battery franchise. On Dec. 29, 1990, he ma... (Statesman Journal)

Feb 2, 2016

Six local champs seeded for state playoffs

Oak Grove, San Jose (11-2). South: Narbonne (12-2) at Ridgeview (13-0) DIVISION II–AA Friday’s Games North: Del Oro (8-6) at Liberty, Bakersfield (9-3) South: La Habra (13-1) at Camarillo (14-0) DIVISION II–A Saturday’s Games North: St. Francis, Mountain View (11-2) vs. Pleasant Valley (12-0) at Harrison Stadium, Oroville South: Calabasas (13-1) at Citrus Hill (12-2) DIVISION III–AA Friday’s Games North: Milpitas (10-3) at Campolindo (13-1) South: Oceanside (9-4) at La Mirada (11-3) DIVISION III–A Saturday’s Games North: McClymonds (12-0) vs. Sacred Heart Prep (10-3) at Independence HS, San Jose South: Rancho Bernardo (11-2) at HesperiaOak Hills (9-5) DIVISION IV–AA Friday’s Games North: Hanford (12-1) at Sonora (12-1) South: Canyon, Anaheim (9-5) vs. Bonita Vista (11-2) at Southwestern College DIVISION IV–A Saturday’s Games North: Sierra, Manteca (8-5) vs. Sutter (9-4) at River Valley HS, Yuba City South: Fairfax (8-6) at Chowchilla (11-2), 7:30 p.m. DIVISION V–AA Friday’s Games North: Bradshaw Christian (12-1) vs. Immanuel, Reedley (10-2) at Reedley South: Notre Dame, Riverside (14-0) at Mater Dei Catholic (12-1) DIVISION V–A Saturday’s Games North: Fall River (12-0) vs. St. Bernard’s (12-1) at Humboldt State South: Kennedy, Bakersfield vs. Saddleback Valley Christian @ TBD DIVISION VI–AA Friday’s Games North: Stone Ridge Christian (12-1) at East Nicolaus (11-2) South: Belmont (14-0) at Coronado (9-4) Brand is a freelance writer. (The San Diego Union-Tribune)

Feb 2, 2016

James Prochnau

Samaritan Evergreen Hospice House in Albany. He was 87. Jim died after a three-month battle with pancreatic cancer. Jim was born Aug. 13, 1928, in Bakersfield, California, to Emil and Florence Prochnau, children of German and Irish immigrants. As a member of the Greatest Generation, Jim moved with his family to Everett, Washington, during the Great Depression. Jim had a work ethic from a bygone era, which he learned from his parents. Throughout his childhood, Jim held multiple paper routes while his father managed circulation routes for The Seattle Times. Emil died suddenly when Jim was 17, and Jim watched his mother take over the family business and raise Jim and his two younger brothers, John and William, on her own. This experience instilled an ambition in Jim to succeed in life for his family. Too young to serve in World War II but craving adventure, Jim's first job outside of Everett was piling brush to combat forest fires in the Mount Baker District of Skagit National Forest. Jim was two years shy of the 16 year-old age requirement, but with encouragement from his mother, Jim lied about his age and obtained summer employment. Florence even gave Jim some of her coffee rations for him to appear older. In 1949, Jim became a smokejumper in Missoul... (Albany Democrat Herald)

Jan 8, 2016

Gilroy family loved flying in their small plane to vacation spots

Jason Price, his wife, Olga Price, and their three children, John, 14, Mary, 10 and Olivia, 9, were all killed in a small private plane crash in Bakersfield, Calif., last Saturday. (Gary Reyes/ Bay Area News Group) GILROY -- Jason and Olga Price loved flying together to their favorite vacation spots, often with their three children strapped into the passenger seats of a high-performance aircraft. Last weekend offered another holiday flight, but it ended in tragedy when the plane he piloted crashed into a Bakersfield almond orchard, killing the couple and their three children. In the modest Gilroy community where the Prices lived, residents were dumbfounded Monday at the loss of a family that one neighborhood child said had "hearts made of gold." "They were supposed to have a bright future in front of them," said Xiomara Garcia, 11. "They were just so kind." Xiomara Garcia, 11, and Tiana Castro, 14, look over a poster they created to honor their neighbors, the Price family, in Gilroy, Calif., on Monday, Dec. 21, 2015. (Gary Reyes, Bay Area News Group) Xiomara and other friends of the Price children -- Olivia, 9; Mary, 10; and John, 14 -- had created a huge sympathy card that the whole neighborhood came by and signed, front and back. Xiomara wrote: "Fly like angels." Authorities officially identified the crash victims late Tuesday afternoon. Bu... (San Jose Mercury News)

Jan 8, 2016

Prep scoreboard: Nov. 28 results

State final-Dec. 5 DIVISION IV Semifinals-Saturday’s results Santa Barbara Laguna Blanca def. Alta Loma 31-29, 25-23, 25-23 Edwards AFB Desert def. Bakersfield Christian 25-19, 25-19, 18-25, 25-20 Regional final-Tuesday (2) Edwards AFB Desert (28-2) at (1) Santa Barbara Laguna Blanca (19-8), 7 p.m. State final-Dec. 5 DIVISION V Semifinals-Saturday’s results Rancho Cucamonga Upland Christian def. Pasadena St. Monica 25-16, 25-22, 25-16 Lebec Frazier Mountain def. Canyon Country Santa Clarita Christian 17-25, 19-25, 26-24, 25-20, 19-17 Regional final-Tuesday (3) Lebec Frazier Mountain (25-7) at (1) Rancho Cucamonga Upland Christian (26-7), 7 p.m. State final-Dec. 5 CROSS COUNTRY State Championships At Fresno’s Woodward Park (3.1 miles) BOYS Division I — Team: 1. Temecula Great Oak 43, 2. Dana Hills 65, 3. Sac. Jesuit 122. Ind.—1. Rocha (Arcadia) 14:42.9, 2. Herrera (Madera South) 14:48.8, 3. Dodds (Great Oak) 15:00.0. Division II — Team: 1. LA Loyola 89, 2. Anaheim Canyon 98, 3. West Torrance 108 Others: 10. Mt. Carmel 281. Ind.—1. Khan (Chino Hills Ayala) 15:02.6, 2. Robison (Lynbrook) 15:06.4, 3. Scarscone (Canyon) 15:10.3. (Others in top 30) 8. Paul (Mt. Carmel) 15:22.1, 13. Boone (Mt. Carmel) 15:30.8, 30. Egan (San Pasqual) 15:48.1. Division III — Team: 1. Brea Olinda 86, 2. Baldwin Park 87, 3. Paso Robles 133 (Others) 4. La Costa Canyon 142, 7. Cathedral Catholic 173. Ind.—1. Tamagno (Brea Olinda) 14:45.9, 2. Bolger (San Luis Obispo) 15:12.3, 3. Franklin (Palos Verdes) 15:16.8 (Others in top 30) 4. Litwiller (LCC) 15:19.3, 7. Martinez (Cath) 15:29.0, 9. Johnson (LCC) 15:30.4, 11. Benitez (Serra) 15:32.6, 21. Chapman (Uni City) 15:43.5, 24. Lopez (Monte Vista) 15:48.0, 25. Tadeusiak (Cath) 15:51.3, 26. Siegler (Uni City) 15:53.3, 29. Plendico (Ramona) 15:54.4. Division IV — Team: 1. Santa Ynez 130, 2. La Puente Bishop Amat 150, 3. Sage Creek 150, (Others) 4. Valley Center 161. Ind.—1. Burkhardt (San Juan Capistrano JSerra) 15:08.5, 2. Rodriguez (Ventura Foothill Tech) 15:25.2, 3. Bojorquez (Foothill Tech) 15:28.9 (Others in top 30) 15. Monzon (VC) 15:53.0, 16. B. Prince (Sage) 15:58.6, 23. Reser (VC) 16:06.0, 26. D. Prince (CV High Tech) 16:07.6. Division V — Team: 1. La Canada Flintridge Prep 43, 2. Marin 168, 3. Lancaster Desert Chr. 176. Ind.—1. Teare (Alameda St. Joseph-Notre Dame) 15:07.3, 2. Van Scoter (Flintridge) 15:07.3, 3. Lozano (Ventura St. Bonaventure) 15:30.8 (Others in top 30) 28. Miralles (LJCD) 16:31.2. GIRLS Division I — Team: 1. Temecula Great Oak 44, 2. Davis 46, 3. Arcadia 119. Ind.—1. Collins (Great Oak) 17:09.4, 2. Starn (Danville Monte Vista) 17:22.6, 3. Moffet (Clovis North) 17:23.3. Division II — Team: 1. Saugus 122, 2. Fair Oaks Bella Vista 134, 3. Phelan Serrano 143. Ind.—1. Meeks (San Jose Gunn) 17.16.0, 2. McCandless (Livermore Granada) 17:21.3, 3. Gehrich (Rancho Santa Margarita Tesoro) 17:30.2 (Others ... (The San Diego Union-Tribune)