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Flowers and Gifts News
Aug 17, 2018
AMONG FRIENDS: Couple continues to grow business in beef, cut flowers
Owned by Niki Allan and James Kaloc, Sweetheart Farms includes two properties, one in West River Station where the 15 cattle graze and one in Rocklin where flowers are grown.
Allan recently provided flowers for a wedding, as well as 10 colourful centrepieces including peonies, sunflowers, calendula, amaranth and sedum, for the New Glasgow Farmers' Market luau.
"It is exciting and rewarding being asked to provide flowers for events and I put a lot of time into figuring out the best way to use what I have available," she said.
Last year, with a bountiful crop, she was a regular at the farmers' market but this year the garden has taken a back seat to family life.
"We're in the process of renovating the Rocklin farmhouse and we want to be moved in by fall so that has had to be our summer priority," said Kaloc.
They need a living space better suited to their blended family of five children, ranging in age from two to 21. In the meantime, they spend a lot of time driving the 15 minutes between properties.
"Between the renovations and me going back to work, waitressing at Andre's Seats, the garden has been neglected in the short term, but we have managed to get a lot of things in place for next year," said Allan.
That includes an irrigation system and a caterpillar-s... May 7, 2017
32nd annual Mother's Day Garden Tour
Co-chairwomen Kortne Phillips and Cooki Vonasek have put together a tour of eight gardens – one in Loomis, two in Rocklin and five in Roseville — that put some of the best of the season on view. The tour is a home gardener’s idea showcase for drought-tolerant landscaping, hardscaping, design, bedding, tree care and vegetable gardening. “Drought tolerant is a theme as well as people being creative and having what they love around them,” Phillips said. “Their yard is an extension of their home. With all of them, it’s an additional place for entertaining. You want that to express you as well as to be fun.” The search for gardens to feature on the tour is a year-long effort. Some are suggested, others are volunteered. Sometimes Phillips and Vonasek just pass by a spectacular yard that captures their attention. “Generally you can assume that because a front yard looks really great, the home owners probably have a really interesting backyard,” Phillips said. While some of the gardens on this year’s tour are relatively new, others are a study in long-term attention and care. The largest garden, dubbed Elaine’s Garden, is a returning favorite in Loomis from the 2007 tour. It is a woodland setting on more than an acre. It has “abundant plantings of perennials, roses, succulents and flowering shrubs along with stone art and water features,” a press release said. “It’s a statement of how everyday things can be arti... (Auburn Journal)Aug 15, 2016
Darrington Summer Meltdown really gets cookin' on Sunday
STS9 — Hunter Brown, Jeffree Lerner, David Phipps, Zach Velmer and Alana Rocklin — on Sept. 2 will release a new album, “The Universe Inside.” On its website, the band says it’s an album about “human identity and the magical truth of who we are, where we’re going, and our place in the universe.” The album opens with “Supercluster,” which represents the band’s journey beginning with its 1998 debut “Interplanetary Escape Vehicle.”
Aug. 12 at the Summer Meltdown
Josh Clauson and Friends, DBST, Analog Son, Chon, Ayron Jones and The Way, Blue Scholars, Bright Light Social House, Jimmy Glitch, Boombox Kid, Sunsquabi, Michael Menert, Shook Twins, Budos Band and Gramatik.
The Mountain Flowers, The Sky Colony, baby Cakes, Fame Riot, Acorn Project, Beat Connection, Monophonics, Cash Bandicoot, MTBTZ, Manic Focus, Exmag, Alo, Keys N Krates and Griz.
Real Don Music, Dirty Revival, Crow and the Canyon, The Lil Smokies, Trevor Hall, Rabbit Wilde, Rising Appalachia, STS9 and Flowmotion.
If you go
Summer Meltdown music festival continues noon to midnight through Aug. 14 at the Darrington Music Park, just off Highway 530. More about the bands, tickets, activities and camping is available at summermeltdownfest.com.
Rising Appalachia is sisters Leah and Chloe Smith from Atlanta, Georgia, and their band. They perform at 7 p.m. Aug. 14 at the Summer Meltdown in Darrington.
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Where kindness blooms: Petal Connection keeps hospice patients surrounded by beauty
Most are thrown away, but others are donated – along with flowers slightly past their prime from local markets – to The Petal Connection, a Rocklin nonprofit that repurposes the roses, orchids and daisies into smaller bouquets that are delivered to hospices throughout Placer County.
Most months, about 750 bouquets are delivered. In months with flowery occasions, like Valentine’s or Mother’s Day, volunteers make closer to 1,000, said Jennifer Arey, founder of the nonprofit.
Recently a group of nine ladies, scissors in hand, gathered around a large table inside a storefront in Rocklin. Behind them was a long line of bright flowers donated by Raley’s, Trader Joes, Whole Foods and Nugget Market. Volunteers chatted and laughed as they pulled out the wilted petals, sorted the flowers and reassembled them into posies.
“(The volunteers) are just so talented,” Arey said, “and I can’t fathom these beautiful flowers going in the trash after they sat on a table for four or five hours.”
The bouquets are placed in donated vases to be picked up and delivered later by hospice volunteers.
“It’s very meaningful and humbling to enter into these families’ lives at this time,” said Marilyn Bell, a Meadow Vista resident who’s volunteered at Sutter Auburn Faith Hospice since 1996. (Auburn Journal)May 18, 2016
High Hand Farmers Market
PlacerGROWN Farmers' Markets: Auburn Old Town, Fountains in Roseville, Dewitt Center in Rocklin, Quarry Ponds in Granite Bay, High Hand Nursery in Loomis, and RC Willey in Rocklin.All markets sell PlacerGROWN fruits, vegetables, flowers, nuts, honey, eggs, herbs and other items from a variety of local producers.
(Rocklin and Roseville Today)May 3, 2016
PlacerGROWN Farmers' Markets Opening for Summer Season
PlacerGROWN Farmers' Markets: Auburn Old Town, Fountains in Roseville, Dewitt Center in Rocklin, Quarry Ponds in Granite Bay, High Hand Nursery in Loomis, and RC Willey in Rocklin. All markets sell PlacerGROWN fruits, vegetables, flowers, nuts, honey, eggs, herbs and other items from a variety of local producers.
"As one of the best agricultural regions in California, Placer County is the perfect place to embrace a healthy eating lifestyle," said Placer County Agricultural Commissioner Josh Huntsinger. "Our producers have been growing on the land for many generations, and the ingredients that you pick up from a PlacerGROWN Farmers' Market offers top-tier quality, in a homegrown environment."
For more information about the six markets, visit http://placergrown.org/farmers-markets.
(Rocklin and Roseville Today)
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