Florists in Garden Grove, CA
Find local Garden Grove, California florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Garden Grove 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.
Garden Grove Flower Shops
10900 Westminster Avenue Suite 4
Garden Grove, CA 92843
9710 Garden Grove Blvd Ste C
Garden Grove, CA 92844
12381 Valley View
Garden Grove, CA 92845
8942 Garden Grove Blvd Ste 112
Garden Grove, CA 92844
Garden Grove CA News
Nov 9, 2019
Here Are The Best Native Plants For Lake Norman Gardens - Patch.com
Perhaps just as importantly, many are available at local native plant nurseries, which the organization also lists. Here are some near Mooresville: Garden Grove Nursery — 16008 Old Statesville Road, Huntersville; (704) 875-1802 Dearness Gardens — 13501 S Old Statesville Road, Huntersville, (704) 875-8234 Campbell Family Nursery — 3613 Harmony Highway, Harmony, (704) 775-2425 Southern Styles Nursery & Garden Center — 4245 Rea Road, Charlotte, (704) 544-8686 Pike Nurseries — 12630 North Community House Road, Charlotte, (704) 341-7453 Americans spent a record $47.8 billion on lawn and garden retail sales in 2017, according to the National Gardening Survey. The average household spent more than $500 on gardening. And while older adults accounted for 35 percent of all gardeners, millennials were getting their hands and knees dirty at all-time high levels. Adults 18-34 accounted for 29 percent of all gardeners, the survey found. Among the recent trends — more people are investing in raised beds as opposed to digging holes, and they're spending money on apps rather than glossy gardening books. Patch national staffer Dan Hampton contributed to this report. Jan 25, 2019
A Border Made of Butterflies and Flowers, Not Bricks and Barbed Wire - VoiceofOC
Santa Ana arts scene. She's got nine other murals in Santa Ana, six downtown. Briyana Negrette, a Santa Ana native who lives in Garden Grove, is co-artist and a co-contributor to this mural.
The piece, which covers a wall of the underground workshop space, was commissioned by Crear Studio, with funding from its community engagement program.
In colorful acrylic, Rojas has painted a mother in Central American dress, holding the hand of her daughter, who is also wearing a flower-decorated, wine-colored dress. The two are walking along a yellow path, guided by the flight of more than a score of monarch butterflies. The butterflies, in this artwork, are meant to symbolize migration.
One can surmise from the title that this migration will be a beautiful, peaceful journey, one that will bring hope and not barbed wire, tear gas and the ends of U.S. military and Border Patrol rifles.
The hills look pink, yellow and purple, and the sky turns subtle shades of light and dark blue. One can see cacti and flowers blooming in the bottom-left corner of the mural. On an adjacent wall, some blue, yellow and purple oceanic waves flow out near the artist's signature.
Rojas is a well-known figure in the Santa Ana Artists Village. She was co-founder and executive director of SACAC and a resident artist at AvantGarden the Art Gallery in the Santora Arts Building from 2003 to 2014.
Artist Alicia Rojas stands next to her mural, “Un Amor de Loros Santaneros/ Parrot Santanero Love Birds.” Rojas finished this mural in November for Fourth Element Gallery in Santa Ana. The mural is in an alleyway off Broadway, on the exterior side wall of the gallery. (Photo courtesy of Alicia Rojas)
She is Colombian-American, and this year is celebrating the 30th anniversary of her arrival in the United States. She was born in Bogotá and immigrated to the U.S. when she was 12.
Rojas calls her style "emotional expressionism," and she has done many portraits and self-portraits in her career. She says the "Migration is Beautiful" mural is inspired by her own mother and herself when she was younger.
One can see Oaxacan and Guatemalan designs in the mother's and daughter's clothin... Dec 8, 2017
Around Town: Balboa Island to light holiday tree Sunday
PIMCO will gather Saturday at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa to pack 12,000 holiday food boxes for donation to the OC Food Bank in Garden Grove.The 10th annual “Share the Harvest” is sponsored by the Fair & Event Center and PIMCO Partners, the investment management firm’s employee volunteer and community outreach program.All food boxes packed at the event will be distributed by the OC Food Bank to needy families in Orange County during the holiday season, according to a news release.Vanguard University music students to perform at SegerstromVanguard University’s music department will celebrate the 21st anniversary of the “Christmas Fantasia” concert Tuesday at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa.The annual concert features students from the university’s music programs. Proceeds support scholarships and other educational resources through the Vanguard University Fund.For tickets or more information, call (714) 966-5441.Anne Heche coming to Newport Beach for fundraiserActress Anne Heche will present a fundraiser for Puerto Rico hurricane relief Dec. 10 in Newport Beach.It starts at 11 a.m. at the Palisades Tennis Club, 1171 Jamboree Road.Donations also can be made at crowdrise.com/anneheche.UCI to host lecture on stem cells, science and freedomThe UC Irvine Center for Stem Cell Research will host a professor from Italy to discuss science and freedom.Elena Cattaneo, a professor from the University of Milan, is known for her “studies on neural stem cells and Huntington’s disease, which aim to identify cells, molecules and pathways that are suitable for therapeutic intervention,” according to a news release.The free event is set for 7 to 8 p.m. Dec. 11 at the Irvine Barclay Theatre, 4242 Campus Drive. To register, visit stemcell.uci.edu. (Los Angeles Times)Jan 19, 2017
Little Saigon Flower Festival heralds the lunar new year
They bring a lot of good luck and healthy and happy to the family,” Nguyen said.
Orange County’s Little Saigon, which straddles Westminster and Garden Grove, is home to the second largest Vietnamese population in the U.S. (Northern California’s San Jose has the largest.)
People buy flowers to decorate their homes for the new year and the annual Tet festival, and they give them to family and friends as gifts.
Many of Nguyen’s orchids are imported from abroad, and one, a “Rosedust” orchid, or Laelia anceps, costs a cool $2,000. But she and others had plenty of beauties for under $10.
The flower festival ends Jan. 26, two days before the new year.
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A new year blooms in Little Saigon
When they know the plant, they buy it right away,” she said.
Nguyen, 44, said she grows more than 5,000 plants at her Garden Grove home in preparation for the event.
“It takes a lot of hard work,” she said. “But when you love it, you never think about it as work.”
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Earth Day: How to help and give back
Volunteers will assist teachers, reading and talking with students. Schools in areas of Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Santa Ana, Tustin and Westminister need volunteers.
School Gardens “Harvesting for Hunger.” Countywide program from 9 to 11 a.m. at various schools. Volunteers remove debris, amend the soil and re-stain raised beds, as well as assist students in planting or distributing seeds to classrooms and teachers.
Go to oneoc.org for locations and to sign up.
Santa Ana College Child Development Center: Volunteers will assist in an inaugural Earth Day purge, including cleaning, organizing and repairing outdoor equipment and planting areas. Address: 1720 W. 17th St.
Peter and Mary Muth Interpretive Center, Newport Back Bay: A focus this year will be on conserving water, and Rain Barrels International will be on hand with water conservation tips and tricks. About two dozen educational booths will be set up, and there will be arts and crafts and face painting. The free event, open to the public, runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Rain barrels will be available for $10 after a rebate; prior purchase is necessary. Rebate information can be found at ocwatersmart.com. There also will be a place to recycle clothes, with US Again accepting clothes, shoes and household textiles such as blankets for resale in the U.S. and overseas. Address: 2301 University Drive, Newport Beach.
Coastkeeper Garden, Orange: Coastkeeper is teaming with SmartScape tours to teach about drought-tolerant gardening. Activities will include investigating insect habitats, trying on beekeeper suits and running through natural obstacle courses. Girl Scouts will demonstrate how to grow vegetables and showcase an Edible Garden. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Address: 1560 E Santiago Canyon Road.
Ocean Institute, Dana Point: The Ocean Institute will host Earth Day celebrations Saturday and Sunday. Activities include a native plant garden tour, building a butterfly garden and “A Lily Lab: Flower Dissection.” There will also be an e-waste recycling company on hand Saturday to collect old computers and cellphones. Proceeds from the donated e-waste go to the Ocean Institute. There will be a coastal clean-up at the beach and harbor from 9 to 11 a.m. on Saturday. Clean-up volunteers will receive free admission to the Ocean Institute for the day. Address: 24200 Dana Point Harbor Drive.
Crown Valley Park, Laguna Niguel: Volunteer to plant, weed and clean up the Niguel Botanical Preserve from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. The grounds include an 18-acre preserve. Volunteers should wear old clothing and be prepared to get in the dirt. Drinking water and light snacks will be provided. Address: 29751 Crown Valley Parkway, Laguna ... (OCRegister)