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Order flowers and gifts from Rain Forest Fantasy located in Ukiah CA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 119 N State St, Ukiah California 95482 Zip. The phone number is (707) 462-6006. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Rain Forest Fantasy in Ukiah CA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Rain Forest Fantasy delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Jun 14, 2018

Illustrated talk on Carl Purdy concludes wildflower exhibit at Grace Hudson Museum in Ukiah

Dot Bro-varney will present “The Dean of Wildflowers,” an illustrated talk on the life and career of Ukiah botanist and horticulturalist Carl Purdy (1861-1945). The event is co-sponsored by the Sanhedrin Chapter of the California Native Plant Society, with further support from Exhibit Envoy, and is free with museum admission.“The trip was through lovely country, at its loveliest in May,” Carl Purdy wrote, of his first trip to Ukiah via Petaluma by stage at the age of 9. “Brush fires had kept the hillsides open, cultivation did not cover much of the land and we passed through a long succession of wildflower gardens. There were masses of a single flower covering acres, or even at times, hundreds of acres.” Those flowers would have included lupines, California poppies, baby blue eyes (Nemophila menziesii) and more—a feast for the eyes and for young Purdy’s soul. The young Michigan transplant was well on his way to achieving his later title of “The Dean of Wildflowers.”Purdy’s interest in all things botanical continued to blossom, as he explored Mendocino County’...

Jul 5, 2016

Windermere Real Estate's Ukiah office donates a day of service to Redwood Community Services

For this year’s Community Service Day, Windermere’s Ukiah associates worked at the Ukiah Foster Family Agency and Arbor Youth Resource Center, which are programs run by Redwood Community Services, Inc. Ukiah volunteers donated their time and labor to pull weeds, plant flowers and place new gravel around the trees near the street. Windermere’s Community Service Day was established in 1984 to offer agents and staff a chance to volunteer an entire workday to give back to the neighborhoods in which they live and work. Windermere’s Community Service Day has been recognized nationally as a model hands-on volunteer program and has been adopted by other real estate companies and businesses around the country. For more information, visit Advertisement ... (Ukiah Daily Journal)

Jan 8, 2016

Empowered workers key to bakery growth

Modesto bakery serves a market consisting of nearly 14 million people in Northern California. Its region stretches from Redding to Visalia and from Ukiah to Reno, Nevada. It supplies 250 Safeway stores, 100 Walmart stores and 200 Save Mart Supermarkets stores. Flowers of Modesto also ships products to Target, Costco and Winco Foods stores within Northern California. A robust background in the grocery business combined with strong people skills are assets Holshouser relies on every day in managing the Modesto production facility. He began his career as a part-time bagger at a Food Lion grocery store in Virginia while working his way through college. Marriage and children put college on the back burner, but Holshouser continued with the grocery company and worked his way up to store manager. In 1993, after 10 years with Food Lion, Holshouser became an independent distributor for Flowers Baking Company in Norfolk, Virginia. “That’s how I was introduced into the bread business,” he said. “After a year they asked if I wanted to come into management with Flowers Baking Company.” Holshouser moved up within the Flowers organization and held positions that included operations manager, market manager, director of sales and vice president of sales — all in Virginia, North Carolina and Arkansas. After years working in the eastern United States, the company’s managers asked Holshouser to take the Flowers name and culture west to California. His vast work experience prepared him well for leading the Modesto bakery. “I think having a grocery background helped me relate to our customers,” Holshouser said. “Our biggest part of our customer base is retailers — grocery stores — and I was able to relate with them because I came from that field.” His grocery experience is not the only tool Holshouser uses daily in leading the Flowers Baking Company of Modesto. Having the skills to interact productively with his 250 empl... (Central Valley Business Journal)

Dec 30, 2015

Mendocino County's 2015 Year in Review: January-April

Three people were injured when two vehicles collided in front of the Sunset View Estates mobile home park on North State Street just outside of Ukiah. •Jan. 4: Palace stability questioned. At its next meeting Wednesday, the Ukiah City Council is expected to get an update on the progress, or lack thereof, the owner of the Palace Hotel has made toward resolving the health and safety concerns surrounding her building. •Jan. 6: Cooler weather means poor air quality. The slowing of the wildfire season hasn’t been enough to improve the air quality in Mendocino County, as the recent cooler temperatures continue to trap pollution in the sky, said Robert Scaglione, executive officer of the Mendocino County Air Quality Management District. •Jan. 7: Willits man accused of kidnapping, torture. A 44-year old Willits man was arrested last week for allegedly kidnapping and torturing a man he was traveling with, the Ukiah Police Department reported. •Jan. 8: Islands added to East Gobbi. Islands, known as “pedestrian refuges,” are being added to the middle of East Gobbi Street near the railroad tracks as part of a new trail that extends north from East Gobbi Street to Clara Avenue. •Jan. 10: Tichinin raise to be discussed. The Mendocino County Board of Education may move forward with a retroactive pay increase for former county Superintendent Paul Tichinin at Monday’s board meeting, now that a tentative contract agreement is in ... (Ukiah Daily Journal)

Jun 8, 2015

Hey Flower Guy!

Taste of Downtown’ And have a wonderful start of your summer. Wil Gonzalez is owner of W/E Flowers, Wedding/Event Flower Studio, 352 N State St, Ukiah, (707)468-8522. He is NW Regional Rep & past-president of the American Institute of Floral Designers, Ukiah Garden Club past-president and trustee and a trophy winning Tournament of Roses Parade Floral Designer. (Ukiah Daily Journal)

May 29, 2015

Hey Flower Guy! Graduating class

We were looking to expand our bouquet market to Boonville and Anderson Valley. Unfortunately, Adam Gittstein passed away March 12, 2015, here in Ukiah. He was on his way to Boonville. He never made it. The staff at UVMC, the friends he made so quickly in this little town, Ukiah, will miss him terribly. I will miss him and his go get ’em attitude. He was one of my ardent fans. His favorite arrangement of mine was the one I just finished. He was anxious to trumpet to the world that they should all come to us for their floral and wedding needs. Adam, you will be missed. Of course, that hasn’t stopped the progress in our lil studio. The sink in! I ordered a flower cooler and it is in place, just in time for the string of weddings that are lining up. Small weddings so far but each so important. My Brides, Michelle and Reyanna have been delightful and open to ideas that help to fit their budget. It was an honor to do my first wedding at the Saturday Afternoon Clubhouse. The staff is so accommodating and the facility so bright, clean and accessible. This bride was so hands on, she created some 250 paper filter roses to decorate the stage area of the SAC. It framed her altar area beautifully. W/E created sweet centerpieces that quickly became favors to parting guests. What a great way to stretch a budget! Our second wedding at the JS Ranch was a full on set up. Following the current trends, centerpieces were presented in Mason Jars (Kerr) with flowers that matched the color theme of blue and yellow with pops of yellow. This bride loved the crespedia, Billy Balls, because of their yellow round liveliness and fun appearance. They also had a texture that would remind one of a leather... (Ukiah Daily Journal)


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