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Flowers and Gifts News

Jun 16, 2017

Flowers become family fun at these events

Garden to Vase: Growing Cut FlowersWhere: Soil Born Farms, American River Ranch, 2140 Chase Drive, Rancho Cordova When: 1:30 p.m. next Saturday, June 17Admission: $25Details:916-363-9685, www.soilborn.orgLearn how to grow perennials, native plants, herbs and more that produce beautiful cut flowers. Also tackle the basics of flower harvesting, preparation and arranging.Debbie Arrington... (Sacramento Bee)

Apr 20, 2017

Plan your spring planting: Despite a wet winter, summer will be dry

March 25, the California Native Plant Society hosts its annual spring plant sale at its Elderberry Farms Native Plant Nursery at Soil Born Farms in Rancho Cordova. Best suited to survive our up-and-down water availability, thousands of plants native to our region will be available along with expert advice on selecting the right native for the right spot.See how other city dwellers incorporated natives into their gardens during the annual “Gardens Gone Native” tour Saturday, April 8. More than 1,000 interested gardeners took this free self-guided tour last year.This spring, 28 gardens – including a dozen first timers – will be on this popular tour, according to organizers. With featured gardens in Sacramento, Yolo and Placer counties, there’s something for almost every soil type and local growing condition.Also hosted by the Sacramento Valley chapter of CNPS, the tour includes plant lists of what’s growing and blooming in these gardens. Docents will be on hand to discuss each garden’s unique attributes and designs. To receive the map of gardens, sign up now at also can find a spring respite and more plant suggestions at the UC Davis Arboretum. Freshened by that winter rain, its water-wise gardens look spectacular this month. They’re open daily to visitors.In addition, the arboretum’s teaching nursery will host two more public plants sales, set for Saturdays, April 8 and 29, featuring a wide selection of proven drought busters. Because the best time to drought-proof a garden is when we have water. (Sacramento Bee)

Sep 28, 2016

A final gift: Turlock man's death saves others

Turlock. But Adam lives on in at least two organ recipients, one who received his heart and, in what Martinez calls a triple miracle, his cousin in Rancho Cordova, who received a kidney. “As soon as they told us his brain was dead, I told the doctors I have a cousin who needs a kidney,” she said. Sebastian Benjamin, 35, was on dialysis. After many calls and much paperwork, it was discovered his and Adam’s blood type did not match. But, in what she sees as the first miracle, her brother was discovered to be a universal donor. Benjamin’s doctor approved the surgery – “That’s another miracle,” she said. The transplant was successful, and Benjamin is recovering well, Martinez said. Miracle No. 3. “Edwin had a heart of gold. He would give, give, give. Even in his death, he gave, gave, gave,” she said. Benjamin’s mother, Joan Benjamin, said her son had been on dialysis – three days a week for 4 1/2 hours each time – for the last two years and was on a waiting list for a transplant. “Thank God, he’s good. It is a long process, but he’s doing good,” Benjamin said Wednesday. “It’s a wonderful chance. God and Jesus opened a chance for him,” she said. He said, ‘When I die, I don’t want to take my organs down to the earth. I want to make people happy.’ Joan Benjamin, recalling Edwin Adam But her joy is bittersweet. “My heart is broken for my nephew. So young,” she said. “He had a very big heart. He put it on his license. He said, ‘When I die, I don’t want to take my organs down to the earth. I want to make people happy.’ ” His heart went to a San Ramon man, Benjamin said, and his liver, second kidney and the rest of his organs went to others. “So many things he gave,” she said. It was what Adam did, friends said. Piurehpour and Kaldani said he would dash out of the shop if he saw a homeless person, often taking them to the supermarket next door to buy them food. “Such a good heart. He always loved to help people,” said Piurehpour. On average, 13 people die each day waiting for a kidney transplant. The median wait is 3.6 years. “He was a person who liked to give, even at the ... (Modesto Bee)

Aug 15, 2016

In San Francisco, a great urban park to plant your family in

On a Saturday afternoon in early June, my family went to the playground with friends Camilla Kendall and her 5-year-old daughter, Gia Nichols, of Rancho Cordova. Gia and my daughter, Prairie, made good use of the rock waves and two cement slides down which kids glide (pretty slowly; it’s not anywhere near bobsled-esque). They also took a couple of spins on the neighboring Herschell-Spillman Carousel, which was constructed in 1914 and operated in Los Angeles and Portland before being installed at Golden Gate Park in 1940.   Kendall, an animal rights activist, called the carousel incredible, pointing out it “had anything from a cat to a wild boar to ride. And after all, the only way to ride any animal is on a carousel!” Tracy resident Cindy Cornejo and her 7-year-old daughter, Ellyana, climbed to the top of a cone-shaped rope structure in the middle of the playground. “I used to come here when I was younger,” the mother told me after gingerly descending. “I really wanted to bring her here to experience this.” My daughter and her friend had a wonderful time in this big, amazing play land for children. Camilla Kendall of Rancho Cordova, talking about Koret Children’s Quarter A 20-minute walk away, the lush 5-acre Japanese Tea Garden and its striking five-story pagoda offered other serene delights. Gia and Prairie became fixated with what they referred to as the circular bridge (although it’s actually shaped more like half an oval, round side up, and some would call it a moon or drum bridge). Up and over they went, again and again, giggling, as did many older people who seemed to find the steep, wooden structure a perfect place to pose for photographs. Beneath the bridge, koi provided more photo ops, their bright-orange scales pairing nicely with all the surrounding deep-green foliage. Staring at the pond’s banks, they seemed to be waiting to be fed once the garden closed and the tourists had departed. Created in 1894, the tea garden is also the oldest such site in the United States. The pagoda dates from the Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915, and the bronze Buddha sculpture behind it was cast in Japan in 1790.   Closer to the playground, the Conservatory of Flowers is Golden Gate Park’s oldest building. Its white, curvy, windows-and-metal exterior has served as a signature ... (Sacramento Bee)

Apr 22, 2016

Get into the Earth Day spirit at family fest

Food and family entertainment, too. Wildflower Wonders Where: Soil Born Farms’ American River Ranch, 2140 Chase Drive, Rancho Cordova When: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, April 16 Admission: $5 donation Details:, Learn about California native plants – and take some home, too. Hosted by the Sacramento Valley chapter of the California Native Plant Society, this event features loads of interactive activities for wildflower hunters of all ages. Learn about bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects, and which flowers make them happy. Hundreds of native plants will be offered in a huge sale at the ranch’s Elderberry Farms nursery. 66th annual Sacramento Iris Society show and sale Where: Shepard Garden and Arts Center, 3330 McKinley Blvd., Sacramento When: 1-5 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, April 16-17 Admission: Free Details: Another sure sign of Sacramento spring: irises. Colorful bearded irises also are very drought tolerant and make a water-wise addition to home gardens. The Sacramento Iris Society showcases hundreds of eye-catching varieties in a rainbow of colors. Take home potted irises, too. Debbie Arrington ... (Sacramento Bee)

Apr 1, 2016

Gymnastics Zone Xcel teams finish regular season with Flower Power

Gymnastics Zone wrapped up regular-season competition March 12 and 13 at the Flower Power Invitational at Technique Gymnastics in Rancho Cordova. The Xcel Bronze team came in first place with a score of 113.975. In the younger age division, Tate Renaudin was first on vault, sixth on bars, eighth on floor and seventh all-around with a score of 36.525. Isabelle Grace took sixth on vault, seventh on beam, third on floor and 12th all-around with a score of 35.225. The middle age division saw Chloe Barrett place second on vault, first on bars, ninth on beam, sixth on floor and second all-around with a score of 37.600. Alexia Oltramare finished second on vault, seventh on bars, third on beam, second on floor and fourth all-around with a score of 37.425. Beverly Bolen was ninth on vault, third on bars, fourth on floor and ninth all-around with a score of 36.450. In the older age division, Hannah Jonas was sixth on vault, first on bars, first on beam, second on floor and first all-around with a score of 37.925. Lauren Barrett placed fourth on vault, second on bars, first on beam, third on floor and second all-around with a score ... (Napa Valley Register)


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