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Rachel's Flower Shop

Order flowers and gifts from Rachel's Flower Shop located in Delano CA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 1324 Main St, Delano California 93215 Zip. The phone number is (661) 725-7431. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Rachel's Flower Shop in Delano CA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Rachel's Flower Shop delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Rachel's Flower Shop
Address:
1324 Main St
City:
Delano
State:
California
Zip Code:
93215
Phone number:
(661) 725-7431
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Jan 25, 2019

French Floral Designs Miami Adds Modern Twist to Classic French Romance Via Unique Designs - Miami New Times

Miami's elite. Touboul and her husband Christophe create masterpieces for special events, homes, and businesses such as the Delano South Beach, Shore Club South Beach, Porsche Design Tower, and Four Seasons Hotel Miami. "They are kind of more romantic," Touboul says of her unique, French-inspired creations. "Tone-on-tone colors, delicate and elegant. That's the French culture."Touboul, age 49, moved to Miami from her native France in 2013. She studied at Miami's Yola Guz School of Floral Design and is an accredited member of the American Institute of Floral Designers. In 2017, she was honored by the website Expertise as one of the "Top 20 Best Floral Designers in Miami." Six-foot-tall unicorn Courtesy of French Floral Designs From modest bouquets to six-foot-tall works of art, Touboul's pieces are crafted from natural elements such as flowers, plants, sticks, leaves, branches, and feathers. She also integrates manmade elements like figurines or the colored wire and Plexiglas tubes she uses for orchid designs. "We wire the stem of the plant with colored wires," she says of her modern take on the bamboo sticks that are typically used to prop up orchid blooms. "It makes the arrangement more interesting and more contemporary." Touboul credits her success to her artistic vibe and old-fashioned hard work. "We've sacrificed ourselves for our business because we really want to make it work," she says of the time she and Christophe dedicate to the shop. "We missed Christmas with our own kids to be able to do flowers for other people and a wedding on the beach on the 25th in the morning."French Floral Designs will move in early 2019 to a busier location, where Tuoboul will expand her custom design offerings to include loose flowers and premade bouquets. Most important, she wants to continue to touch people's lives. "That's the great beauty of working with flowers," she says. "It's the art of giving yourself away - giving a bit of yourself, a bit of your heart, to whoever comes across your life."French Floral Designs. 2200 NE 123rd St., North Miami; 305-893-7076; frenchfloraldesigns.com. Wendy Rhodes is a lover of rock 'n' roll and all things vegan. She has witnessed a green flash, kissed a live shark, and stood atop an active volcano. She is always open to new story ideas. Culture Food Industr...

Oct 19, 2017

THE POTTING SHED: Plant daffodil bulbs in fall for spring showing

Monday of the month at First Presbyterian Church, 600 North Brady, Dearborn.Mindy Delano is a lifelong gardener and foodie with a sense of humor and a passion for teaching and sharing her experiences. She is vice president and serves as horticulture chair of the Garden Club of Dearborn and is the recipient of numerous recognition awards for her home and garden. (Dearborn Press and Guide)

Mar 2, 2017

Obituaries for Oct. 23, 2016

Waipahu, Hawaii.She is survived by her husband, Conrado O. Venzon; children, Conrodo Venzon Jr. (wife Marilyn), Yola Galeon (husband Dante), Delano Venzon (wife Florzena), Mae Utrera (husband Noel), Dindo Venzon, Nel Venzon (wife Cora), Raul Venzon (wife Joselita), Nathan Venzon; sister Modesta “Annie” Joaquin; 18 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.Service will be held in Mililani Memorial Park, Mauka Chapel on Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016, at 9 a.m.Valerie Ann LagazoValerie Ann Lagazo of Kekaha passed away on Oct. 7, 2016, at the age of 50. Born on Aug. 26, 1966, in Waimea, Kauai, she was a van driver for special education children.She was preceded in death by Genaro Tabing Lagazo, Carlos Manaday, Valentina Alejandro Manaday, Cerilo Lagazo, Heralda Tabing Lagazo, Martin Man-day, Rosalia Fontanilla and Pacita Boro.Valerie Ann Lagazo is survived by her mother, Solidad Manaday Lagazo of Kekaha; brothers, Calvin (Valerie) Lagazo of Waimea, Jerry Lagazo of Kaumakani, Gerard (Sylvia) Lagazo of Omao, Ronald (Wanda) Lagazo of Texas, and Genaro (Shelley) Lagazo of Lihue; along with numerous uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins.Friends may visit with the family on Sunday, Oct. 30. 2016, at the Salvation Army Church in Hanapepe. Visitation will be at 8:30 a.m. with services to begin at 11 a.m.Casual attire is suggested and flowers are welcomed.Arrangements were handled by Garden Island Mortuary, Ltd.Mary Margaret ‘Penny’ Wallis BenningtonMary Margaret “Penny” Wallis Bennington, 70, of Sunriver, Oregon, passed away at home on Oct. 17, 2016, surrounded by her loving family. Penny was born June 19, 1946, and raised in Lihue, Hawaii. She was the daughter of Dr. Samuel Wallis and Dora Rice Wallis. After graduating from the University of Hawaii, Penny spent much of her career in the medical field before she achieved her MBA from the University of Oregon. She and her husband started Bennington Properties, a vacation rental management company in Sunriver. Penny is survived by her husband of 41 years, Gene, her only son Robert, her brother Sam Wallis, and five grandchildren. Penny was a loving wife, an amazing mother and tutu, and a caring friend. Her sense of humor remained until her final moment.Service is yet to be determined. Please call Robert Bennington to (541) 948-0214 for more information.Tatiana Taylor Pomaikai KaneholaniTatiana Taylor Pomaikai Kaneholani of San Francisco, CA, died at home on Oct. 12, 2016, at the age of 55. She was born on Jan. 14, 1961, in Lihue, Hawaii. She was a receptionist, office manager and executive assistant for Asian and Pacific Islander Wellness C... (Thegardenisland.com)

Jan 8, 2016

Gibson 'Gib' Delano

He will be missed. Gib is survived by his daughter, Laura, wife of many years, Sylvia Delano, and Joshua Betcher all of Casper, Jenny Betcher of Montana, sister Becky Olsen of Monroe, NC, brother Gary John Delano of Indigo, CA, and their families. He was preceded in death by his parents, Hazel and Gary Lee Delano. Graveside services will be held in the summer of 2016, in Helena, MT, to be announced. In lieu of flowers there will be a fund set up for Gib’s minor daughter Laura’s college fund. Bustard’s Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. (Helena Independent Record)

Jan 8, 2016

Amaryllis is awesome, especially in the winter

By Mindy DelanoFor the Press & Guide Amaryllis is the perfect “pick-me-upper” during the winter months. Photo courtesy of Mindy Delano Care of amaryllisIn stark winter days, grab a bulb called amaryllis, and it will be a brief adventure in forcing the bulb, and enjoying the exceedingly pretty amaryllis.Not that many bulbs are as easy as the Amaryllis to grow. Few bulbs can achieve the “stand tall” beauty that boasts exuberance.A supporting stake is necessary to keep the blooms upright, but little else is required: Water regularly and provide bright, indirect light. Blooms will appear four to six weeks after planting.If your amaryllis is not already potted, plant each bulb in a heavy 6- to 8-inch pot that has a drainage hole. The pot must be an inch or two wider than the diameter of the bulb. The sturdy pot serves the plant better, since the top flower growth will be pretty heavy. Plastic, lightweight pots may tip over.Plant the bulb, pointed-end-up, in moistened potting soil. The adde... (Dearborn Press and Guide)

Dec 30, 2015

HIGH SCHOOLS: Fall 2015 all-league teams

Nate Williams, Ramona, Sr.; DB Blessing Olawuyi, Ramona, Sr.; DB Christian Antunez, La Sierra, Sr.; DB Isaiah Hughes, Norte Vista, Jr.; K/P Edgar Magdelano, Norte Vista, Sr.MOUNTAIN PASS LEAGUECo-MVPs: Manny Berz, Jr., K, Citrus Hill and Allen Makarov, Sr., RB, San Jacinto.Offensive player of the year: Devin Floyd, Sr., RB, Citrus Hill.Defensive player of the year: Zach Markworth, Sr., LB, Citrus Hill.OffenseQB Noah Rhodes, Sr, Beaumont; QB Isaiah Bolding, Jr., San Jacinto; RB Evan Wallace, Sr., Hemet; RB Kash Taylor, Jr.,West Valley; RB Jesse Estrada, So., West Valley; WR Michael Tobin, Jr., Citrus Hill; WR Chris Gray, Sr., Beaumont; WR C.J. Sullivan, Sr., Tahquitz; OL Landry Mauney, Sr., Citrus Hill; OL Tesi Mikaele, Jr., Citrus Hill; OL Daymon Stone, Sr., Hemet; OL Kevin Padilla, Sr., San Jacinto; OL Chris Estrella, Sr., San Jacinto; OL John Juarez, Sr., Tahquitz; OL Grant Sandoval, Sr., Tahqutiz.DefenseDL Quentin Blair, Sr., Beaumont; DL Elijah Chambers, Jr., San Jacinto; DL Aljenon Washington, Sr., Citrus Hill; LB Ryan Marty, Jr., San Jacinto; LB Josiah Pinion, Sr., Hemet; DB Skyler Thomas, Sr., Citrus Hill; DB Durron Davidson, Sr., Citrus Hill; DB Tanner Shubin, Sr., Hemet.MOUNTAIN VALLEY LEAGUEOffensive MVP: BL Wayfer, Sr., RB, Moreno Valley.Defensive MVP: Kevin Metzenheimer, Sr., LB, Moreno Valley.OffenseQB Damian Vega, Moreno Valley, Sr.; RB Dre Hall, Moreno Valley, Sr.; RB Robert Taylor, Rubidoux, Sr.; RB Alexander Mattison, San Bernardino, Sr.; RB John Lacey, Vista del Lago,... (Press-Enterprise)

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