Florists in Chico, CA
Find local Chico, California florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Chico 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.
Chico Flower Shops
304 W 5Th St
Chico, CA 95928
2485 Notre Dame Blvd #240
Chico, CA 95928
Chico CA News
Aug 3, 2020
Daisies bring a sunny look to the garden - Sumter Item
For examples of the other subdivision, look closely at a dandelion or chicory flower; in these flowers, all the florets are ray florets, each with a single, large, strap-like petal. There is no eye to these flowers.
The original "daisy" of poetry and literature is the English daisy, Bellis perennis. These squat, cheerful flowers, with yellow discs surrounded by petals in shades from deep-rose to white, originated in the grassy fields of England. Now they are widespread in America, too. Cultivated forms have been bred to have so many rows of petals that their yellow eyes often are hidden. These plants self-sow readily to give seedlings that revert to the "wild" form with a single row of petals, in which case they sometimes are considered weeds as they invade lawns and gardens.
SO MANY FLOWERS WITH "DAISY" IN THEIR NAMES
Nowadays, we gardeners use the word "daisy" to represent many different flowers in the daisy family. In the chrysanthemum genus, for example, there's the ox-eye daisy (C. leucanthemum), its white petals encircling a clear yellow disc. It's a familiar roadside plant. This plant, like the English daisy, was a native of Europe, but has firmly established itself in America (many consider it a weed).
Other perennial chrysanthemum daisies include the Nippon daisy (C. nipponicum), also with white petals, and the painted daisy (C. coccineum), whose red, pink or white flowers begin their show in early summer. The high, or giant daisy (C. uliginosum) is aptly named, because its white flowers tower 4 to 7 feet above the ground. The crown, or garland daisy (C. coronarium) is an annual species, with yellow or white flowers atop 3-foot stalks.
The Erigeron genus and the aster genus also have some "daisies;" the former sometimes are called fleabanes, for their alleged ability to drive away fleas, and the latter sometimes are called Michaelmas daisies. Whereas the fleabanes generally bloom in spring and early summer, the asters bloom from late summer into fall. Two representatives of Erigeron that are good garden daisies are the orange daisy (E. aurantiacus) and the seaside, or double-orange daisy (E. glaucus).
The list goes on, including the perennial globe daisy (Globularia trichosantha), a low-growing native of Asia producing a globular, blue flower; the Swan River daisy (Brachycome iberidifolia), a graceful little annual with blue, rose or white flowers... Jan 4, 2020
Kriseman Endorses Flowers in Race for Pinellas County Commission - TB Reporter
Other announced candidates are Democrat Frank Peterman Jr. and Republican Chico Cromartie. The primary election is Aug. 18. The general election is Nov. 3.
The Pinellas County Commission has seven members who govern governs all unincorporated areas of the county directly; municipalities may call upon the county for specialized services. The seven set policy, adopt local laws, adopt a budget, and set property tax rates. A paid county administrator is responsible for the day-to-day activities of the county government and for implementing the policies set by the commission.
The commissioners also serve as other Boards for the County, such as the Emergency Medical Services Authority, the Fire Protection Authority, the Mosquito Control Board, the Countywide Planning Authority, and the Water & Navigation Control Authority.
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Needle-work, love create the perfect Chico Christmas window - Chico Enterprise-Record
CHICO — There’s something about the way Santa and Mrs. Claus look out from the second story of the West Wind Drive house that makes viewers know they’re special.Dressed in rich red and white, they have a sweet expression on their faces, and you could almost think they were sharing a private joke.
That’s exactly how Maxine Whelchel wanted it. Not only did she take needle to cloth to make them, but had the house designed with a big window so that the Christmas couple could easily be seen from the street. The window reaches from the floor to nearly the ceiling.
That also gives an advantage to Suzanne, the family’s golden retriever.
“She just loves looking out the window especially if there are neighbors and their kids walking by. She loves kids.”
If there’s a theme at the house at 1206 West Wind, it’s about family.
“I do this for the community and especially for the kids.” One of Whelchel’s underlying themes is “Don’t take your family for granted.”
Decorating the house with lights, flower... Jul 5, 2019
Native plant group plans July field trips - Red Bluff Daily News
Leader for all trips is Marjorie McNairn at 343-2397.Kennedy Meadows and Bogs in Lassen National Forest, July 6
Meet at Chico Park & Ride (Hwy 32/99) west lot in time to leave by 8:30 a.m. Call the leader for an alternate meeting place. Bring water, lunch, insect and sun protection and money for ride sharing. Wear footwear suitable for slogging in marshy ground and for short hikes. Expect to see a great variety of wetland flowers like camas, leopard lily, little elephant heads, veronica and bog orchid.
Wilson Lake – Lassen National Forest, July 14
Meet at Chico Park & Ride (Hwy 32/99) west lot in time to leave by 8:30 a.m. Bring water, lunch, insect and sun protection, flashlight and money for ride sharing. See hiker’s fringed gentian, white bog orchids and other wet area flowers in bloom. The walk will continue around Wilson Lake looking for the rare slender tule and enter a small ice cave.
Scotts John Creek – Lassen National Forest, July 27
Meet at Chico Park & Ride (Hwy 32/99) west lot in time to leave by 8:30 a.m. At an elevation of 5,720 feet follow the course of Scotts John Creek. See a great variety of flowering plants on this easy walk along the creek. Wear sturdy shoes. Bring water, lunch, insect and sun protection and money for ride sharing.
May 31, 2019
Vegetables, flowers to be given to veterans - Chico Enterprise-Record
More than 1,000 vegetable and flower plants will be given away to veterans and their families from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 25, at the Chico Eagles Hall, 1940 Mulberry St., Chico.Plants to be given away have been grown by veterans for veterans. This will be the eighth year the plant giveaway has occurred, hosted by the nonprofit Veterans Garden Project.
Coffee and snacks will be available.