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Flowers and Gifts News
May 24, 2018
Local flower growers busy as Mother's Day nears
Mother's Day."They have to be free of their leaves and thorns, the part that's in their water," said Kathy Sechlar, Santa Ynez Valley Florist. "Change the water every three days, don't use soft water."Florists say sugar in the water, aspirin in the water, and a copper penny in the vase are just myths. Fresh water below the leaves is what is best. The average cost of a Mother's Day flower bouquet on the Central Coast is $50.Where to find local wholesale flowers: Nipomo Eufloria Eufloria can also be found at farmers markets around the Central Coast (Santa Maria-Wednesday, San Luis Obispo and Morro Bay-Thursday, Cambria-Friday, San Luis Obispo and Paso Robles-Saturday) Skyline Brassica Wholesale Nursery, 675 Grand Ave. Arroyo Grande ... Sep 7, 2016
Annual Arts & Flowers Quilt Show to display over 100 quilts
More than 100 quilts will be on display. Door prizes and a raffle are part of the festivities.
Quilters Etc., with members throughout the Santa Ynez and Lompoc valleys, seeks to contribute to the knowledge and appreciation of fine quilts, quilt making and collecting and to gain knowledge of quilting techniques, patterns, history and quilt makers through educational meetings, travel and friendship.
Members have diverse backgrounds with one common thread: They love quilts and fabric.
The guild hosts workshops, retreats and the biennial quilt show. The next monthly guild meeting is Sept. 22.
For more information, visit quiltersetc-ivil.tripod.com.
(Santa Maria Times (subscription))Aug 29, 2016
Family day trips from Los Angeles
You can enjoy fun times outdoors in peaceful, beautiful and relaxing locales.
In Solvang one can enjoy the fresh bounty of the Santa Ynez Valley – ideal for food and wine lovers alike. Featuring something for everyone – from farm-to-table, rustic Italian cuisine; New American and modern Danish fare; sweets in all forms; to award-winning beers, spirits and world-class wines, Solvang has it all.
On our recent getaway there, we made our headquarters at the charming Mirabelle Inn, an elegant family-owned European-style boutique hotel, just a two-minute walk from downtown Solvang. The lobby with its massive chandelier and rare collection of French posters sets the tone for what is to come – simply the best of everything. This tasteful caravanserai would be at home in Provence or in the Loire.
Individually decorated rooms and suites have antique furnishings and come with free WiFi, cable TV, DVD players and coffeemakers. Some have fireplaces, four poster beds or Jacuzzis, while suites have separate living rooms and balconies. Free perks include a delicious served hot breakfast, afternoon wine and appetizers, and evening tea with sweets, plus loaner DVDs and parking.
The hotel will happily organize a driver and wine tour, horseback riding and sightseeing. There is a waterfall to see within a few minutes drive and the historic Old Mission Santa Ines isn’t far away.
Mirabelle’s upscale First & Oak Restaurant, with a locally focused menu and dynamic wine list, is without a doubt Solvang’s best new restaurant, and a serious one at that. It features exquisite wine country cuisine blending the culinary arts of a very talented chef, reminiscent of France, where local, fresh products are easily obtained.
Steven Snook brings forth... (El Paso Inc.)Apr 22, 2016
Burgeoning bloom: Drought-stricken wildflowers attract crowds to California's Central Coast with a colorful display ...
Wet winters and dry summers are the norm for the Central Coast, she said, so the plants lay dormant for a good part of the year.
Take a hike
• The Santa Ynez Valley Natural History Society leads regular hikes with interpretation, and other field trips. Learn more at syvnature.org.• The Santa Barbara County Parks Division keeps a compilation of information on trails and links to websites highlighting great hiking locations in the county at cosb.countyofsb.org/parks/.
In times of extreme drought with very little rainfall, these plants take a sudden burst of moisture like March’s rains and run with it, Lentz explained.
“They are adapted to scarce rainfall, and they will bloom for a certain amount of time when they get it,” she said. “I think it’s been so long—like last year and the year before there was so little rain—and we got some this year that they are taking the chance and looking pretty good, it looks almost like Ireland in some places.”
The Figueroa Mountain area is especially explosive with wildflowers right now, and locals who daytrip out there can catch the bountiful bloom before the colors start to fade.
The Santa Ynez Valley Natural History Society leads regular hikes in the area, explained society member Tim Matthews, who attended a hike near Figueroa Mountain a few weeks into the bloom. Matthews said the hike was quite special for him. Firstly, it was his birthday, but he also got to witness the drought-stricken area brimming with wildflowers.
“There’s lupine and poppy up there like there usually is, but I’ve never seen it like this,” Matthews said. “There’s also fiddleneck, popcorn flower, and fiesta flowers; those grow under coastal live oaks, it’s a pretty blue flower, and they call them a fiesta flower because you can pick them and toss them at somebody and they stick to your shirt, they have little claws on them. So maybe they got their name from the Santa Barbara fiesta or other Mexican fiestas.”
Matthews is also a scientific aid for the Department of Fish and Wildlife and works on the Burton Mesa Ecological Reserve surrounding Vandenberg Village near Lompoc. He’s been a naturalist his whole life and is familiar with the diverse wildlife in the area.
The reserve has benefitted in a big way from the rains as well, Matthews said, and while plenty of wildflowers are blooming around Burton Mesa, other plants are sucking up the much-needed moisture as well.
PHOTO BY DYLAN HONEA-BAUMANN
“A lot of coast live oaks, the Quercus agrifolia, have died, but some of them have come back with the rains we are getting,” he said. “There are a bunch of dead branches, they look like skeletons, but with some fresh leaves poking out of a few branches.
“The coastal woodfern took a big hit too and a lot of them died, or at least looked dead, but a bunch have come back,” he continued. “I know that’s what they do, but I have never seen so many dead ferns, but they came back after the rains in a big way.”
In A Naturalist’s Guide to the Santa Barbara Region, Len... (Santa Maria Sun)Mar 11, 2016
10 Great Off-The-Radar Spots To See Wildflowers In Southern California
Canyon, driving through a pleasant countryside scene (and the multimillion dollar homes that dot landscape) before the road spits you back into the Santa Ynez Valley. If you want expert advice on where to see just about everything, Ranger Helen Tarbet leads an annual wildflower auto tour, which is announced on the Forest Service's website. I joined her several years ago and she brought us to a number of easy-to-miss special spots, including one where we saw numerous pagoda-like wildflowers known as Chinese houses.
Figueroa Mountain (near intersection of Figueroa Mountain and Zaca Ridge roads) in Los Padres National Forest, Santa Barbara County
Carrizo Plain National Monument (Photos by Bob Wick, Bureau of Land Management)
CARRIZO PLAIN NATIONAL MONUMENT
The wildflowers in abundance here don't make an appearance that often, but when they do, it's a true riot. And if it's happening, get ready for a road trip to one of those far flung places where the silence can feel deafening and the scars of the San Andreas Fault can be seen. Carrizo Plain National Monument sits on the border of Kern and San Luis Obispo Counties in California Valley, where dreams of development dried away thanks to the lack of water infrastructure. Civilization can feel far: there are no restaurants or gas stations here. Hopefully doesn't sound like a deterrent. Isolation is part of the draw and on a good wildflower y... (LAist)Jan 8, 2016
Prep scoreboard: Nov. 28 results
Lopez (Monte Vista) 15:48.0, 25. Tadeusiak (Cath) 15:51.3, 26. Siegler (Uni City) 15:53.3, 29. Plendico (Ramona) 15:54.4.
Division IV — Team: 1. Santa Ynez 130, 2. La Puente Bishop Amat 150, 3. Sage Creek 150, (Others) 4. Valley Center 161. Ind.—1. Burkhardt (San Juan Capistrano JSerra) 15:08.5, 2. Rodriguez (Ventura Foothill Tech) 15:25.2, 3. Bojorquez (Foothill Tech) 15:28.9 (Others in top 30) 15. Monzon (VC) 15:53.0, 16. B. Prince (Sage) 15:58.6, 23. Reser (VC) 16:06.0, 26. D. Prince (CV High Tech) 16:07.6.
Division V — Team: 1. La Canada Flintridge Prep 43, 2. Marin 168, 3. Lancaster Desert Chr. 176. Ind.—1. Teare (Alameda St. Joseph-Notre Dame) 15:07.3, 2. Van Scoter (Flintridge) 15:07.3, 3. Lozano (Ventura St. Bonaventure) 15:30.8 (Others in top 30) 28. Miralles (LJCD) 16:31.2.
Division I — Team: 1. Temecula Great Oak 44, 2. Davis 46, 3. Arcadia 119. Ind.—1. Collins (Great Oak) 17:09.4, 2. Starn (Danville Monte Vista) 17:22.6, 3. Moffet (Clovis North) 17:23.3.
Division II — Team: 1. Saugus 122, 2. Fair Oaks Bella Vista 134, 3. Phelan Serrano 143. Ind.—1. Meeks (San Jose Gunn) 17.16.0, 2. McCandless (Livermore Granada) 17:21.3, 3. Gehrich (Rancho Santa Margarita Tesoro) 17:30.2 (Others in top 30) 16. Akins (Rancho Bernardo) 18:14.6, 19. Clifford (Grossmont) 18:17.3, 26. Calegari (Poway) 18:21.8.
Division III — Team: 1. Aptos 101, 2. La Costa Canyon 107, 3. Palos Verdes 155. Ind.—1. Gaskell (Hesperia Sultana) 17:30.4, 2. Haskell (Bakersfield Mira Monte) 17:37.3, 3. Smith (Palos Verdes) 17:40.0, (Others in Top 30): 10. Brown (LCC) 17:56.1, 17. Boisvert (Uni. City) 18:17.0, 20. Fahy (LCC) 18:19.0, 29. Ereso (LCC) 18:39.6, 30. Prochaska (LCC) 18:41.2.
Division IV — Team: 1. La Puente Bishop Amat 98, 2. Santa Cruz 139, 3. Pasadena Mayfield 146. Ind.—1. Ratliff (Santa Cruz) 17:03.7, 2. Coonfield (McKinleyville) 17:07.2, 3. Satterlee (Visalia Central Valley Chr.) 17:44.0, (Others in top 30): 25. Rippey (Coronado) 18:39.7, 26. Phillips (Coronado) 18:39.7.
Division V — Team: 1. Flintridge Prep 67, 2. Alameda St. Joseph-Notre Dame 143, 3. Francis Parker 155. Ind.—1. Bowen (Sonoma Aca.) 18:12.3, 2. Marshall (St. Joeseph-ND) 18:18.3, 3. Stashyn (Vacaville Chr.) 18:19.5 (Others in top 30) 9. Trossen (Parker) 19:02.9, 10. Watkins (LJCD) 19:12.4, 21. Gamboa (Parker) 19:31.2, 29. Miralles (LJCD) 19:41.9.
(The San Diego Union-Tribune)
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