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Order flowers and gifts from Perky Petals Florist located in Murrieta CA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 40119 Murrieta Hot Springs Rd Ste C101, Murrieta California 92563 Zip. The phone number is (951) 813-3030. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Perky Petals Florist in Murrieta CA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Perky Petals Florist delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Apr 7, 2017

Flowers go wild in Lake Elsinore -- and so do drivers

Lake ElsinoreLassig said the last time he witnessed people stopping on the freeway was a couple of years ago when it snowed in Lake Elsinore, Murrieta and Temecula. People were parked along the 15 freeway to play in the snow.Then as now, the CHP has a message: Don't do that."The highway patrol would like to remind people that they can't stop on the freeway or on the shoulders or median," Lassig said. "We ask people not to stop by the side of the freeway to take photos or get out of their vehicles to look at anything out there like these people were doing to look at the flowers."RELATED: If you haven't gone to see Southern California's wildflowers yet, here's what you've been missingNot only is it unsafe to stop in a non-emergency situation, it is illegal."We want to encourage people to legally exit the freeway and park in a legal space," Lassig added. "Then they can walk around and enjoy the poppies."Though the flower bloom may create a traffic burden, it has been a bounty to the city."It was spectacular to see," said City Manager Grant Yates, who also got caught up in the southbound traffic Sunday afternoon. "With the drought, we haven't seen that (wildflower bloom) for many years."Folks are coming from miles around to visit Walker Canyon, said Paulie Tehrani, who lives in nearby Alberhill Ranch."Everyone's stunned," she said of the reactions around town. "You wouldn't believe all the people that are out here. It's awesome."Lake Elsinore has long been an attraction for outdoor recreation as well as sightseeing. Now it can add wildflowers to the list."They're calling it the wildflower tourist season," Tehrani said of local merchants. "This is a really big deal for us. My view faces those hills, and it's beautiful. It's so pretty."She, however, had her own warning for canyon visitors: watch out for rattlesnakes and avoid stepping on Munz's onions, which are on the state and federal endangered species lists.RELATED: These are the best wildflower spots in Southern California... (Press-Enterprise)

Jun 22, 2016

Memorial Day observances planned for area communities

Home” memorial, designed by artist Chris Pardell. Light refreshments will be served. Information: (951) 694-6444, or City of Murrieta Memorial Day observance Time: 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Location: Town Square Park (behind City Hall, at the corner of Kalmia Street and Jefferson Avenue) Event: Murrieta will pay tribute to fallen servicepersons with a short, solemn ceremony at their unique veteran’s memorial, a granite obelisk standing above a series of walls depicting dramatic imagery of the men and women who have served and sacrificed in the nation’s defense. Information: (951) 304-7275, or Menifee Memorial Day Remembrance Ceremony Time: 10 a.m. to noon Location: Menifee Veterans Memorial at Wheatfield Park, 30627 Menifee Road Event: A morning of remembrance and celebration will include patriotic songs, guest speakers and wreath laying; the ceremony concludes with a flyover by the March Air Force Base Warbirds. Afterward, enjoy a community picnic and games for all ages. Email photos of your hometown heroes to, or deliver to the Community Services Department. Information: (951) 723-3880, or ... (The San Diego Union-Tribune)

May 18, 2016

Highlight of this birthday trip? Being together

Y HEATHER SKYLER If you go Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve: In the southern end of the Santa Ana Mountains in southwest Riverside County near Murrieta, the reserve encompasses 9,000 acres and protects many ecosystems, including Engelmann oak woodlands, riparian wetlands, coastal sage scrub, chaparral, bunchgrass prairie and vernal pools as well as more than 200 species of birds and 49 endangered, threatened or rare animal and plant species, including mule deer, mountain lions, badgers, bobcats, western pond turtles, white-tailed kites and fairy shrimp. Two species of fairy shrimp live in the vernal pools and one of them is found nowhere else on Earth! The reserve trails are open daily from sunrise until sunset. Closures may occur due to weather or safety conditions. Daily use fees: $4, $3 for kids 2-12. 39400 Clinton Keith Road, Murrieta; 951-677-6951, The men in my family are, essentially, homebodies. We women, on the other hand, like to do things. All day long. So much so that we often wear each other out. I tried to keep this in mind as my daughter, Lux, and I set off to see my mom for the weekend, a 24-hour whirlwind visit to celebrate Lux’s 13th birthday a week early. This was meant to be a simple weekend trip, with the main goal being a hike to the ve... (OCRegister)

May 3, 2016

BACK IN THE DAY: Street names recall Moreno Valley investors

IBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER Related article » A while back, we looked at the stories behind some of the street names along I-215 heading south toward Murrieta and Temecula. Now let’s take a look at those that we pass along I-60 while driving through Moreno Valley. What we consider as Moreno Valley today dates to the boom times of the 1880s, when railroad land was cheap and speculators were plentiful. More and more groups of investors subdivided land into townsites and lured people from the Midwest and East Coast to come here to settle. On Nov. 3, 1890, one such group, headed by Frank Brown of Redlands, recorded a map titled “Map No. 1 of the Bear Valley and Alessandro Development Co.,” which established the main roads of what is today Moreno Valley. There were two townsites, Alessandro (about where Alessandro Boulevard meets I-215) and Moreno (at present-day Alessandro and Redlands boulevards). On that map, streets that ran east to west north of Alessandro were given the names of trees – Bay, Eucalyptus, Cottonwood, etc. Those south of Alessandro were given the names of (generally) flowers – Brodiaea, Gentian, Iris, etc. The streets that ran north to south were named alphabetically for early investors in the Bear Valley and Alessandro Development Co., many of whom were from New Haven, Conn., and that’s where we get the names so familiar to... (Press-Enterprise)

Apr 22, 2016

Things to do Wednesday and Thursday

Cost: $35 per class. Information: 361-991-3641. MOVIE: Del Mar College will host a screening of the PBS Documentary "The Head of Joaquin Murrieta" at 1 p.m. in the White Library at Del Mar College East. Cost: Free. Information: 361-698-1218. THURSDAY FUNDRAISER: The Del Mar College Foundation Bernie's Famous Crawfish Boil will be from 6-10 p.m. at Concrete Street Pavilion, 700 Concrete St. Tables start at $1,500. Information: 361-698-1033 or CAREER: The Second Chance Job Fair dedicated to ex-offenders will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Al Amin Shrine Temple Hall, 2001 Suntide Road. Cost: Free. Information: 361-854-4122. CLASS: Wilton Cake Decorating courses are being offered during the month of April at Hobby Lobby, 5425 S. Padre Island Drive. Wray Nell Mosier will teach Flowers and Cake Design from 6-8 p.m. Thursdays. Each course consists of four two-hour classes. Cost: $35 per class. Information: 361-991-3641. For more events check ... (Corpus Christi Caller-Times)

Apr 22, 2016

Arseneau, B. Gary

He was an avid sports fan, cheering on the Packers, Badgers, and Brewers. Gary is survived by his two sons, Tim (Sarah) Arseneau of Murrieta, Calif., and Greg (Allison) Arseneau of Naperville, Ill.; and his three grandchildren, Eric, Stella and Griffin Arseneau; his sister, Debbie (Clark) Morse; and niece, Stacy. A private family service is planned. A public visitation will be held at GUNDERSON EAST FUNERAL HOME, 5203 Monona Drive, Madison, from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. on Sunday, April 10, 2016. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Dane County. The family wishes to thank the staff at Badger Prairie Health Care Center and UW Hospital in Madison for their loving and respectful care. Online condolences may be made to (


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