Pacific Grove Florist
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Pacific Grove Florist
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Flowers and Gifts News
Apr 20, 2018
Pacific Grove gets a pub, Eddison & Melrose does flower arrangements.
Alvarado where My Attic was previously situated. And MidiCi still has plans to bring Neapolitan pizza to Alvarado St. this summer. In Pacific Grove, longtime favorites Favaloro’s Big Night Bistro, Mauricio’s, and 17th Street Grille may have shuttered, but like the city’s iconic monarchs, these dormant cocoons will soon metamorphose into Wild Fish, Poppy Hall, and Monarch Pub & Restaurant, respectively, this spring.Join Eddison & Melrose for tea – and a creative flower arranging class on Tuesday, April 17 from 6:30-7:30pm. Carmel Valley Floral Farm’s Sally Voss lead a floral demonstration paired with tea and warm scones from Eddison & Melrose chef-owner Anne Murray. $25. Flowers available for purchase. 601-4851.CASA of Monterey County hosts “Cucina Classico” at Joyce Vineyards Saturday, April 14, 6-9:30pm. Enjoy wood-fired pizza, craft beer, Joyce wines, olive oil tastings, live entertainment and a silent auction. Proceeds support foster children served by CASA of Monterey County. $100. Tickets at casaofmonterey.org/events.Feast on the foraged flavors of spring at Quail Lodge on Saturday, April 14. The night begins with foraging through Quail’s gardens with Executive Chef Brian Kearns at 4pm, followed by a reception at 5pm and dinner at 5:30pm. Kearns will offer a four-course dinner featuring a spring salad, stinging nettle cavatelli pasta, spring lamb loin and lemon posset for dessert. $105, $95 for members. 620-8910.Haute dog! Puppy parents can treat their canine companions to a new doggy dining at Moss Landing’s Haute Enchilada Cafe featuring salmon kibble ($4), chicken and chicken liveralbondigas with rice and potatoes ($5.95), and beef and bacon “BowWowza Balls” ($5.95... (Monterey County Weekly)Apr 28, 2016
The best places to see California wildflowers this year -- thank you, El Niño
California poppies bobbing their golden heads, as well as sky lupine and wild daffodils. And that vivid flowering ice plant blankets the entire Pacific Grove coastline in bright magenta during April and May.
California buttercups bloom at Rancho Canada del Oro Open Space Preserve. This spring has seen an explosion of wildflowers across hillsides from Briones Regional Park in the East Bay to Big Sur, Pulgas Ridge near San Carlos, the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space Preserves, Santa Cruz Mountains and beyond. (Patrick Tehan/Bay Area News Group) ( Patrick Tehan )
With its plunging cliffs and wild terrain, Big Sur is always a spectacular destination. Visit during the spring, and you'll find calla lilies are at their peak, along with wild iris in the forests and ice plant along the dramatic ocean side. The Kirk Creek campground off Highway 1 offers a wonderful vantage point. (If you're a runner, there's an even better view along the path of the Big Sur Marathon, scheduled for April 24 this year.)
There are flowers a'plenty in the landscape between King City and Santa Barbara. Enter the west side of Pinnacles National Park, where ancient volcanic activity created the park's famous rock formations. The park's 32 miles of trails hold much more to behold in the spring, when bush lupine, California poppies and Mariposa lilies spring to life.
The Carrizo Plain National Monument, in the southeastern part of San Luis Obispo County, is the biggest single native grassland left in all of Cali... (San Jose Mercury News)Apr 28, 2016
Home and Garden Digest: Salinas animal shelter holds benefit plant sale
Salinas Animal Services is at 144 Hitchcock Road (the second shelter). For more information, call 831-758-7285 or see www.SalinasAnimals.com.
Museum hosts 55th Wildflower Show
One of the region’s favorite floral events, the 55th annual Wildflower Show, will be held 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday to Sunday, April 15-17, at the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History, 165 Forest Ave.
The event is co-hosted by the museum with the local chapter of the California Native Plant Society. More than 30 CNPS members spend days scouring Monterey County and beyond to collect more than 600 species and varieties of native wildflowers for display.
Admission is $5 for Monterey County residents and free to Pacific Grove museum and CNPS members; there are higher ticket prices for non-residents.
For information, see pgmuseum.org.
Learn to create container garden
Succulent Gardens hosts a container gardening class at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 16.
Cost is $20, which includes enough soil for one container garden and three 2-inch plants. You can purchase a container and additional plants at the nursery, or bring your own.
Succulent Gardens is at 2133 Elkhorn Road. For information, call 831-632-0482 or see www.sgplants.com.
Cactus and Succulent group meets Sunday
The next meeting of the Monterey Bay Area Cactus and Succulent Society will focus on best practices for the plants’ care and maintenance.
California Succulents owner... (Monterey County Herald)Feb 2, 2016
The Dish: Bar Cart Cocktail Co. offers nature in a glass
Jeninni Kitchen and Wine Bar. The dynamic duo are adding new low-alcohol wine and vermouth cocktails to the menu at the Pacific Grove hotspot. Look for the Zesty Martini — or “Zestini” — with Vya vermouth, citrus Petrov and Bar Cart Cocktail’s Bergamot + Marigold bitters, or the Winter Rita with La Quinta agave wine, citrus and Bar Cart’s Makrut Lime + Bay Laurel bitters.
For home bartenders looking to give a twist to their next cocktail party, Blandin-Shea has launched the Bar Cart Cocktail Weekly, a web feature with a cocktail recipe to try at home. And seasonal Flowers and Gin workshops offer an opportunity for a more in-depth exploration of the cocktail craft. Visit barcartcocktailco.com for details on upcoming workshops.
Seasonal popup shops give home bartenders the opportunity to stock up on Bar Cart bitters and syrups. In December, Burst and Bloom offered a popup sampling seasonal syrups and bitters alongside tips for holiday entertaining. A limited supply of bottled bitters is still available for purchase.
Bar Cart Cocktail Co. returns to Burst and Bloom on March 19 for another popup pairing — Tulips and Tonics. Look for handmade, wild-foraged tonic syrups and a tonic bar to elevate the gin and tonic with local foraged flavor.
“Our world offers so many flavor opportunities that have yet to be explored,” Blandin-Shea said.
For more information on Bar Cart Cocktail Co., call 831-229-4132 or visit www.barcartcocktailco.com. A limited supply of products is available for purchase at Burst and Bloom in the Crossroads Shopping Village in Carmel.
Raúl Nava is a Herald correspondent.
Recipe: Persimmon Old Fashioned
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