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Florists in Cambria, CA

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Cambria Flower Shops

Cambria Nursery & Florist

2801 Eton Rd
Cambria, CA 93428
(805) 927-4747

Cambria CA News

Apr 27, 2019

See hundreds of wildflowers under one roof at the Cambria Wildflower Show - San Luis Obispo Tribune

The 14th Annual Cambria Wildflower Show, sponsored by Friends of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve, is free to students of all ages, but we will be asking others for a $3 donation at the door to help cover costs. Courtesy photo The combination of rain and warm weather are bringing out many wildflowers early in what has already been a momentous super bloom throughout California. But if you want to skip the drive to Carrizo Plain, wildflower enthusiasts can enjoy hundreds of wildflowers all under one roof from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 13, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 14, at the Cambria Vet’s Hall, 1000 Main St. The 14th Annual Cambria Wildflower Show, sponsored by Friends of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve, is free to students of all ages, bu...

Oct 12, 2018

This Cambria garden oasis showcases amazing views, a koi pod — and a love story

Gloria Fiscalini is a fourth-generation rancher in the hills near Cambria. The property where she and her late husband, Floyd Cusumano, built their house is amid rolling green hills on the back part of her family's ranch. There were no fences, and no bridge across the creek to access the property - just beautiful green pastures. Floyd, who died in 2003, built the main farmhouse back in 1990. He incorporated lovely stained glass windows so that the rising sun in the east shines brilliant colors throughout the house. Nex...

Jul 6, 2018

10 best places to see Pa.'s mountain laurel in full bloom

Tebolt trails. Laurel Mountain Trail System , Wolf Rocks, Summit and Fish Run trails in Forbes State Forest. Laurel Ridge State Park, Cambria, Fayette, Somerset, and Westmoreland counties. Ohiopyle State Park, Ferncliff Peninsula . The Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau recommends many of the same areas already mentioned earlier in the article, but they added Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural masterpiece Fallingwater , which is in the Bear Run Nature Reserve, which was one of Bier's picks. Mary Ann Thomas is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-226-4691, or via Twitter @MaThomas_Trib. ...

May 24, 2018

Local flower growers busy as Mother's Day nears

Eufloria Eufloria can also be found at farmers markets around the Central Coast (Santa Maria-Wednesday, San Luis Obispo and Morro Bay-Thursday, Cambria-Friday, San Luis Obispo and Paso Robles-Saturday) Skyline Brassica Wholesale Nursery, 675 Grand Ave. Arroyo Grande ...

Jun 16, 2017

Obituary: Rhonwyn "Rhonnie" Patricia King, 79, of Danbury

Johnstown, PA. She graduated Johnstown Senior High School, Class of 1955, and then continued her academic studies where she earned her degree at Cambria-Rowe Business College. Rhonnie was the cherished wife of Bob for 60 years. They met in 1951, married on July 14th, 1956, and moved immediately to Alaska, where Bob served in the United States Air Force with the 433rd Fighter Interceptor Squadron. For the last 40 years, they created a lifetime of memories in Danbury, CT as well as traveling abroad with dear friends. Her deepest passions were being a devoted wife, and tending to her picturesque garden and home. In addition to her husband, she is survived by David and Fran King, several nieces and nephews including the Johnstone family: Richard, Brooke, and Tracey; the Musselman family: Paula, Bill, Mary, the Goggin family: Nan, Beth and Jack; John Tracey Morton along with her extended family; the Karagianes and McGarrigal families of Danbury, CT, and many more close friends. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to Father Flanagan's "Boys Town" of Nebraska: 14100 Crawford St. Boys Town, NE 68010 Telephone: 402-498-1300.Family will receive friends from 4:30-8:30pm on Friday, June 16, 2017 at Green's Funeral Home, 57 Main Street, Danbury, CT. A celebration of life will be held at Green Funeral Home on Friday, June 16, 2017 at 8:00p pm. A second service will be held from 4:00-8:00pm on Sunday, June 18th at Francis G. Ozog Funeral Home, Inc., 710 Broad Street Johnstown, PA. Mass will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, June 19th at Trinity United Methodist Church, 111 Willow Street, Johnstown, PA. Following mass, she wi...

May 25, 2017

Tony Zardon, oldest remaining Washington Senator, dies in Tamarac | Video

Major League Baseball team, died Tuesday, friends and family said. He was 94.Zardon was discovered by Joe Cambria, the famous baseball scout who was considered a pioneer in recruiting Latin American players.“[Zardon] grew up playing baseball and came up through the amateur leagues,” said Sam Zygner, chair of the South Florida Chapter of the Society for American Baseball Research. “By 1945, he was part of a major league team.”Throughout his 12-year professional baseball career, Zardon played in Cuba, Mexico, Venezuela and the U.S. Among other teams, Zardon played for the Havana Cubans of the Florida International League. As a member of the Cubans on August 31, 1949 — when Miami Stadium celebrated its grand opening game — Zardon was the first batter.In 1961, the Senators moved to Minneapolis-St.Paul and became the Minnesota Twins.After baseball, Zardon worked at several different jobs, including as a driver with McArthur Dairy and operating his own taxi cab company.Later in his life, Zardon enjoyed going to church with his wife and spending time with his grandchildren. Until the end, Zardon loved to talk about baseball and share stories with friends and family.“We’ve had a very loving relationship until the very end. I loved him with all my heart,” said Marlene Saumell-Zardon, his wife of 39 years. “But we know he’s in a better place... (Sun Sentinel)