Ocean Breeze Flowers
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Ocean Breeze Flowers
507 N. Coast Hwy
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Flowers and Gifts News
Jun 19, 2020
Farm donates flowers as thank you - The San Diego Union-Tribune
Senior Arts Spotlight Night at 6 p.m. Wednesday May 27 online at www.youtube.com/channel/UC2SXUYo8NbV25zIteFDnNEQ/live
OCEANSIDETeen Book Clubmeets virtuallyOceanside Library’s Online Teen Book Club will discuss “Skyward Vol. 1: My Low-G Life,” by Joe Henderson at 3 p.m. Wednesday May 27 via Zoom. The book is available on Hoopla: https://www.hoopladigital.com/title/12209236. Register at https://forms.gle/HJNKpFdHguaG2sJWA.div class="enhancement Enhancem... Mar 19, 2020
Longtime florist spreads flowers and cheer - Alpine Sun
Although the shop has delivered floral arrangements as far as Chula Vista, Oceanside or Coronado for customers, Lewis says some of the more special arrangements are for return customers who she has seen grow up.
“I’ve done flowers for prom and later on been asked to do wedding flowers for the same person then a few years later I’m doing their anniversary flowers and baby shower arrangements,” Lewis said.
She has a team she frequently works with that she calls the Wedding Power team and says she has had the chance to decorate many backyard weddings.
While Valentine’s day is the biggest single workday of the year, the entire week surrounding Mother’s day is a busy one for Lewis.
Constantly on the lookout for unique containers, the florist asks about creative receptacles when she spots them in local shops, then sources the vendor so she can order them for use in her business.
Lewis also says that she performs a steady supply of deliveries to Alpine cemetery on Christmas and on individual birthdays, many of which are ordered by family members who live elsewhere.
Additionally, she has several secret customers who ensure that a loved one continues to receive flowers after a loved one has passed away.
She says that peonies are the hardest flowers to find as they enjoy a relatively short bloom season and although popular, aren’t easy to source.
Another tricky request: black roses.
“You have to spray them black which I don’t really like to do because I’d prefer to leave them with their natural color and beautiful fragrance,” Lewis said.
As the business owner considers the next decade of ownership, she says the one thing she would like to do is sustai... Jan 4, 2020
Area schools among winners of nonprofit's 2019 Local School Garden Grants - The San Diego Union-Tribune
Kids also visit the “CA-Grown” exhibit and learn about San Diego’s agricultural history.Mission Elementary School, Oceanside Unified School District, $1,000. The grant will support the school’s language literacy garden (bilingual) with its salsa and pizza gardens. The funds will replace a small greenhouse and create a Zero Waste Club composting program.“Berry Good Food has been a tremendous partner to the Abraxas High School Garden,” said Bob Lutticken, who teaches biology, agriculture and aquaponics, in a statement. “In 2018, we were awarded a BGF grant that helped fix our drip system, purchase 8,000 aquaponic lettuce plugs, and provide all the seeds for our spring and summer harvest.” With the grant’s help, Lutticken added, the school plans to expand on its commitment to donating produce to the needy which, to date, totals more than 7,000 pounds.The awards are funded by Berry Good Food’s annual dinner, “Seeds for the Future,” which includes a rotating lineup of San Diego chefs known for sustainable sourcing. In 2019, the sold-out dinner at Studio Kitchen by Specialty Produce was prepared by the Puffer Malarkey Collective, including celebrity chef Brian Malarkey and his teams at Herb & Wood, Farmer & the Seahorse, Green Acre, Herb & Sea and Animae.
Visit berrygoodfood.org//berry-good-garden-grants. Apr 20, 2018
Halifax County Flower Show produces showstoppers
The Garden Club of the Halifax Country Flower Show, a Garden Club of America Show, at Oceanside Country Club in Ormond Beach.Mary Jo Harrington was chairman for the show, which took months of work, club members said.Among the other showstoppers were the seasonal blooms, such as huge amaryllis flowers.But the entries weren't just limited to potted plants. Club members and others competed in a photo contest and floral design, including standalone designs and table settings. A teapot brimmed over with roses in the "Tea and White Gloves" display. A striking arrangement of red anthuriums and bright orange flowers sat in a large metal ring. A series of air plants attached to a large bamboo, more of Moore's handiwork, also attracted attention.A pachypodium Moore raised from seeds received a Christine Beattie Medal from judges "for vibrancy, prime condition and perfection of grooming."... (Daytona Beach News-Journal)Mar 23, 2018
Big winner in Halifax Country Flower Show plants gardening passions in others
My son just calls it my plant mess. They call me the hoarder of plants.”At the flower show on Wednesday, March 21, at the Oceanside Country Club, Moore earned the Catherine Beattie Medal, which values a plant’s vibrancy, prime condition and perfection of grooming; the Clarissa Willemsen Horticulture Propagation Award, showcasing a plant in prime condition with flawless grooming that’s difficult to grow; and the Rosie Jones Horticulture Award, featuring a plant of exceptional visual appeal that reflects the spirit of growing with joy and enthusiasm.“It’s the competition; it’s not really about winning,” Moore said. “And also, being able to educate people about how much fun plants can be. You can go out and see a flower and say, ‘Ah, this is gorgeous,’ then you feel good because this flower looks so beautiful.”Moore said she likes “weird” plants — ones you wouldn’t normally see, like Pachypodium, native of Madagascar, for which she earned the Catherine Beattie Medal.On a different table, a blue ribbon winner of Moore’s features a variety of succulents planted intricately into a piece of wood, which Moore said is a base she challenges herself with.“I go to different lumber yards, and sometimes I’ll find just little pieces of wood thrown around,” Moore said. “But it has to either be hard wood or an old piece of cypress or an old piece of red wood because those don’t rot.”After finding wood that meets her standards, she sits it down in her home and leaves it there for months at a time before using it for her gardening.She said that eventually, she’ll walk by the piece of wood and just suddenly know what she wants to make of it — a master gardener’s instinct.Moore said educating the public about gardening is part of why she loves the pastime.“I think children need to get more involved in gardening,” she said. “Obviously, school gardens are a big help because it teaches children where plants come from and what they should eat versus what not. And also, we teach people how not to use pesticides, not to overwater, there’s a lot in...Mar 8, 2018
The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch Open for 2018 Season
Gage, an early settler to the area, brought Ranunculus seeds and planted them in his fields next to Frank Frazee’s small vegetable farm in South Oceanside.Since those humble beginnings in Gage’s few flower beds, the fields have sprouted into a huge attraction in San Diego’s North County, serving approximately 125,000 visitors each year. The Flower Fields are located near the Carlsbad Premium Outlets, another popular destination in the area.To learn more about this spectacular, bloom-centric place, click here. We certainly think it's worth the trip.Free or Cheap Things to Do in San Diego...
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