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River Nursery & Flower Shop

Order flowers and gifts from River Nursery & Flower Shop located in Watsonville CA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 1459 Freedom Blvd, Watsonville California 95076 Zip. The phone number is (831) 722-1151. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about River Nursery & Flower Shop in Watsonville CA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. River Nursery & Flower Shop delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Feb 27, 2020

Sunrise brings local flower power to Farmers Market | - Concord Clayton Pioneer

California. Steve Fernandes brings fresh-cut flowers to the Concord farmers market from Sunrise Nursery in Watsonville. It’s important to seek out fresh-cut flowers that are locally grown, just as you would buy local produce. Purchasing imports means your selection is limited to flowers that can handle shipping and being out of water for several days. Growing and buying flowers locally gives consumers more of a selection. Plus, they are fresher, support the local community and have fewer “flower miles” – the distance flowers travel and the energy consumed in getting them from the place of production to our homes. Another reason to select flowers from a local source is that, just like with produce, you’re able to talk with the farmer who grew them. And locally grown flowers are usually less expensive than those imported from other states or countries. Perfect climate Half Moon Bay and Watsonville have the perfect climate for growing gorgeous flowers and plants. The closer to the source your purchase is, the better the product will be. Local nurseries and flower growers are proud of their offerings and work hard to achieve the best flowers and plants available. The Concord farmers market has wonderful, fresh-cut bouquets from Sunrise Nursery in Watsonville. Maria and Jose Fernandes started the nursery in 1985. Their sons Steve and Tim now operate the nursery on about 30 acres of open growing fields and in six acres of greenhouses. They produce more than 30 different varieties of cut flowers, from roses to sunflowers, carnations to chrysanthemums and everything in between. Fun flower facts Historically, flowers have meanings attached to them. Roses for love, daisies for innocence, sunflowers for adoration, or chrysanthemums for fidelity. Some flowers are edible. Nasturtiums, calendulas, hibiscus, lavender and even ...

Jun 22, 2017

Aromas Home and School Club greets folks on Flower and Farm Tour

Asian citrus psyllid. He also shared ideas on ways to identify the pest and the disease.Three of the other participating nurseries were in Watsonville: Suncrest, California Pajarosa Floral and Kitayama Brothers, joining with Succulent Gardens of Castroville.Partnering sponsors for the event were, PG&E, Santa Cruz County Bank, System USA Inc., American Ag Credit, Crop Production Services, RMP Packaging, Ag and Commercial, Santa Cruz Sentinel, California Cut Flowers Commission, and Santa Cruz Farm Bureau.

Jun 16, 2017

Plant lovers to converge on greenhouses

Buy PhotoSpectacular aloe on display at Succulent Gardens (Photo: Joe Truskot/The Salinas Californian)Kitayama Brothers, 481 San Andreas Road, Watsonville, Product available for purchase: Gerbera daisy plants, cut flowers, local produce and fruit, food, beer from a local brewery and other refreshments. Fundraiser: all proceeds will go to the Friends of Santa Cruz County State Parks. Our vendors pledge 10% to Friends of State Parks. Kitayama Brosthers started in 1949 when 4 brothers, 3 family members and one hired hand came together to form the company. Through hard work, experience and a desire to grow quality carnations, success was not far away.Today, with 5 family members, a team of 99, and 2 million square feet of greenhouses, KB produces Oriental and Asiatic Hybrid Lilies, Gerberas, Lisianthus, Snapdragons, Iris, Tulips, Stock, Calla Lilies and Gardenias. From the Greenhouse to the grade to our shipping area for custom packing, the flowers never leave water. Methods of growing have changed since 1949 but the commitment to outstanding flowers is only getting stronger, according to the website. Showcasing: 11 a.m. – Simple Floral Design Instruction by Nita Robertson of Santa Cruz Floral; 11:30 a.m. – Youth Flower Design Contest; 12 p.m. – Tamale Judging followed by a Tamale Eating Contest. Refreshments available for purchase include tamales, beer, water, and snacks. Speaker and demo area is handicap accessible, but the tour is on sandy soil, so it is difficult for wheelchairs. Public restrooms are available.Buy PhotoGerbera daisies growing in Kitayama Broth... (The Salinas Californian - The Salinas Californian)

Jan 12, 2017

Rose Society holds two months of pruning workshops

Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 14 and 15: Display Garden of the Monterey Bay Rose Society, Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds, 2601 East Lake Road, Watsonville, Enter throughout the Horse Show Gate, drive to the dead end. The garden will be on the left. Saturday, Jan. 21: San Lorenzo Nursery, 235 River Street, Santa Cruz Saturday, Jan. 28:/stron... (The Salinas Californian)

Nov 9, 2016

Learn the language of flowers at Expo

Market, 1101 Fair Avenue, on the West Side of Santa Cruz. “I love buying flowers from local growers,” she said as a delivery man from Thomas Farms in Watsonville, arrived with two armloads of fall flower bouquets. “These flowers are all field grown, not from hot houses.” The difference is the color of field grown flowers is often more intense because of the strong sunshine. “We are so lucky to live here where there are still locals growing flowers on a commercial basis. I want people to grow flowers at home, too, and to use them to communicate their feelings,” she said. She will recommend flowers appropriate for garden along the Central Coast. Sabankaya has recently completed a book on the subject of flowers and the language they speak. She will discuss her new book at the seminars and it should be available in 2017. She tracers her interest in the language of flowers, an art form believed to have originated with the Turkish Selam, to her husband whose ancestry can be traced to Turkey. Her floral styles have graced multiple wedding blogs and magazines, including Smitten, Sweet Violet Bride, Style Me Pretty, and Green Wedding Shoes. She is featured in Amy Stewart’s acclaimed book, Flower Confidential, as well as her own blog. Other seminars at the Expo include Amber Russell, broker owner of Over the Moon Realty, Inc. who has been featured on HGTV’s hit TV show, Tiny House Hunters, will present a seminar on Sunday, “How to make a Tiny Impact No Matter the Size of Your Home.” Chef Brandon Miller of Mundaka Restaurant in Carmel will present a seminar on the Cuisine of Spain, 1:30 p.m. Saturday. “Is My Roof Right for Solar?” presented by Scudder Solar Energy Systems. The company works with many different types of roofing styles. Hear how they make solar work for their customers, 1:30 p.m. both days. “Turn Your Clutter Into A Masterpiece” by Star Hansen, a Certified Professional Organizer. She has an innate ability to turn the boring monotony of organization principles into something motivational, inspiring, and entertaining. “Painting Project Personalization” by AndSon Painting Inc. Craftsmanship is a Signature That Can’t be Forged – Learn about what you need to consider when starting your paint project. The session offers common sense guidance for homeowners ready to start a painting project. The Grand Prize for attendees of the event: Stowe Contracting and Basalite are partnering and offering installation and product to create a beautiful 10’ x12’ patio in Artisan Flagstone with a charcoal border. Contact Joe Truskot at, follow him on Twitter @truskot_salnews and like his page. Read or Share this story: ... (The Salinas Californian)

Jul 14, 2016

Mass for St. Patrick's pastor set for Friday

Highway 120 would be widened thereby affecting the present church building.Father Carota attended Watsonville High School and graduated from Carleton University in Canada. Prior to entering the seminary as a late vocation, he was a successful Realtor in Santa Cruz. He also served as a missionary in Brazil. While living in Santa Cruz, he started the St. Francis Catholic Soup Kitchen as well as Jesus, Mary, and Joseph Housing Shelter. It was his work with the poor which planted the seed for his late vocation, he said in an interview with the Manteca Bulletin shortly before his sabbatical. As a volunteer, he was often mistaken as a priest by many of the people he met and served.One website described Father Carota as “a good priest and shepherd of his flock that sacrificed his life for the poor, the sick and the marginalized.” Recommended article from Most Labour MPs in the UK Are Revolting. (Manteca Bulletin)


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