Rivera Flowers And Gifts
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Rivera Flowers And Gifts
1047 W 6Th St #A
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Aug 3, 2020
Flowers delivered for hands-on instruction in MSU's floral design course - Mississippi State Newsroom
One Mississippi State instructor has found a way to reach students all over the world and create immediate social and emotional connections through virtual floral design.
Floral management teacher Lynette McDougald designed and introduced the first basic floral design course offered virtually during MSU’s Summer Advantage Online.
“It’s been proven in a number of studies that the presence of flowers increases emotional wellbeing at home, at work and as a gift,” said McDougald, whose class is offered through the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences. “I don’t think the average floral consumer looks at buying flowers as the purchase of a highly perishable commodity, but as an emotion. Flowers convey our emotions when we don’t necessarily have the words.”
Especially in the midst of social distancing, she hopes floral design helps students understand the benefits of living with flowers while, at the same time, instilling in them the principles and elements of the craft. While the class is a basic building block of the floral management curriculum, it also is approved as a fine arts course and attracts students from all majors as a popular elective.
McDougald knew that for students to ingest the fundamentals of the traditional course, she needed to... Aug 3, 2020
Fairytale Flowers Ready To Reopen In Laguna Beach - Laguna Beach, CA Patch
I'm ready to have people come in again."The storefronts of Laguna Beach have been devoid of customers since the coronavirus shutdown of mid-March. Business owners are struggling to get by and relying upon one another.She'll visit Heidelberg, Oak, El Ranchito, and Chocolate Soldier whenever she can. As a small business owner, Fabrizio knows their plight and has been living it right alongside them.Before the beach reopened, Fabrizio would take her daily break walking up Nyes Place. During the coronavirus shut down, she took the time to do some projects around her office that were long overdue."I painted everything in my office gold!" she said. "Not having customers allowed in the store made me redecorate." She gathered the spray cans and gilded anything she could. Plus, she had the chance to deep clean.In the small beach town, business owners rely on walk-in customers, not just tourists, but locals. Shop owners help one another. She tells us that she will be selling pre-made boxes of chocolates from the Chocolate Soldier, to help them out this holiday weekend.Fresh flowers add oxygen. They brighten a room and make people feel better, according to Fabrizio. And, this year more than ever, moms need something to celebrate their day.All around, there are signs that Laguna Beach is ready to reopen, she says. And the fact re-openings are happening around Mother's Day? Makes it all the sweeter.Order online at: fairytale... Aug 3, 2020
Daisies bring a sunny look to the garden - Sumter Item
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; and the blue daisy (Agatheae coelestris), a plant best suited for greenhouse-growing, with sky-blue petals surrounding a yellow eye.
Next spring, I will plant a sweep of pastel landscape with African daisies (Arctotis grandis), whose petals, white skyward over lavender undersides, surround steel-blue centers.
In contrast, individual attention is demanded from each flower of Transvaal daisies (Gerbera jamesonii), which blossom in shades of salmon, pink and apricot in clay pots on my terrace.
A green thumb isn't required to enjoy daisies. Most are hardy plants, free from pests, and able to tolerate poor, dry soils.
If daisies have captured your fancy, sow seeds of perennial forms now. Sow seeds of annual daisies next spring.
Daisies are adaptable plants that can bring their sunny disposition to the formal garden, cottage garden, meadow or abandoned lot. After all, the name daisy comes from a reference to the sun, "day's eye."
Lee Reich writes regularly about gardening for The Associated Press. He has authored a number of books, including "The Ever Curious Gardener" and "The Pruning Book." He blogs at http://www.leereich.com/blog. He can be reached at email@example.com.
... Aug 3, 2020
Business is blooming at NYC Flower District staple thanks to outdoor dining - New York Post
Instead, the boxwoods and hydrangeas that once lined the sidewalks along Sixth Avenue were in storage, the latest victims of the coronavirus.
Like the restaurants, barber shops and tailors forced by New York’s health officials to shut their doors for several months, Ashok Kumar’s Tropical Plants & Orchids Inc. also had to close because of the pandemic.
When the shop was allowed to reopen its landscaping business in June, the first order Kumar received was from the United Nations, whose greenery he is in charge of refreshing every month. The UN’s campus had been without fresh flowers and plants for months and was looking to add splashes of color in this dark time.
Then came the lobbies of hotels and apartment buildings across town, all ready to brighten up again. Kumar was able to open for retail on June 10, but many of his regular clients have yet to return after fleeing New York.
“We have a lot of great customers, but they’re out of the city right now,” Kumar, who took over the shop from his father and uncle in 2003, told The Post. “They don’t want to come back, but they’re still in touch with us and they know we’re waiting for them.”
The span of the lockdown was partic... Jun 19, 2020
Local florists and restaurants work against shortages for Mother's Day - Desert Sun
Desert SunPublished 11:56 AM EDT May 10, 2020Thinking of mom on Mother's Day usually comes with flowers, a nice dinner or a thoughtful gift. Amid coronavirus, these are all still options but there are supply challenges some local businesses face this year. *There is confusion of whether florists are essential in cities and counties and some are offering curbside pickups and contactless deliveries, but they're also dealing with a global supply issue and are notifying customers that arrangements might have to include substitutions. Jordan Hall, a member of the Hall family that owns Palm Springs Florist, said global wholesalers have supply chains to all continents and it's affected everyone, but they have been able to order what they need to make it through Mother's Day."Our ability to order flowers normally has become unavailable or slowed, but we've been in business for so long and have such a large supply source that we've been able to piece together what we need," Hall said. "If we were to go through one of the standard wholesalers, they might not have everything. It's going to affect all flower shops, especially the smaller ones who might not have th... Jun 19, 2020
Flowers and flour for Kate and William's royal visits in Norfolk - ITV News
Kate toured Fakenham Garden Centre near her Norfolk home of Anmer Hall yesterday and as a keen gardener wanted to learn how the coronavirus outbreak had affected the family-run independent business.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited a garden centre, The Duke a local bakery Credit: PA
The Duchess told owners Martin and Jennie Turner she loved visitng garden centres with her three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
"They love it," she said with a smile, adding: "It's such a great space for
children and families to come to garden centres. I've been food shopping but I have to say I haven't been out a huge amount more but it's good and so important, now as things start to ease, people know they can go out and particularly to places like this."
In her first public engagement since lockdown, The Duchess chats to staff. Credit: PA
Kate also said she and William had found the social effects of the pandemic
unsettling: "When we do our food shopping we notice that everyone keeps their head down and it's hard for that social interaction."
She also revealed that George loved to play with Venus flytrap plants at garden centres, and while at home the three children have been growing tomato plants.
The Duchess chatting to Martin and Jennie Turner, owners of the Fakenham Garden Centre in Norfolk Credit: PA
Mr Turner told her about some of the difficulties his garden centre, in Fakenham near King's Lynn, had faced over the last three months.
"This has been the most challenging thing we've ever experienced. We
completely shut until after Easter and then we opened for some collections and deliveries in the car park. We have 50 staff and we had to furlough around 15 due to closing the coffee shop and family members shielding or childcare issues. Four or five people have very unfortunat...
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