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Colorado, CO Florists

Find florist in Colorado state that deliver flowers for any occasion including Birthdays, Anniversaries, Funerals as well as Valentines Day and Mother's Day. Select a Colorado city below to find local flower shops contact information, address and more.

Colorado Cities

Colorado State Featured Florists

Roja Flora & Design

2132 N Tejon St
Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Flower Patch

1715 Champa Street
Denver, CO 80202

Native Floral

4810 Lima Street
Denver, CO 80239

Amato's Wholesaleflorists

6601 Downing Street
Denver, CO 80229

Niwot Florist

7980 Niwot Rd
Niwot, CO 80503

Colorado Flowers News

Feb 1, 2020

Three Valley native plants that attract warblers - Monitor

The tree blooms in summer and has winter fruit. It is usually found in moist places in the Valley, on the banks of resacas, ponds or along the Arroyo Colorado in well-drained soil, although it has high drought tolerance. Coma is a small, slight tree that can push up new trees from root sprouts, forming a comal — pronounced co-mall. It may eventually grow to 30 feet tall, but usually is much less. Coma blooms fragrant clusters of white flowers spring, summer and fall from the leaf axil. The flowers turn into drupes — a fleshy fruit with a “stone” that usually surrounds a single seed — the drupes turn black when ripe.

Feb 1, 2020

Figures, Flowers And Fire - South Pasadena Review

But after she studied at University of Colorado-Boulder, Sobieski started taking evening art classes in the summer, and that’s when things began to click. “I just felt like it was my calling,” the 48-year-old South Pas resident told the Review recently from her combination home and studio on Grand Avenue, where’s she been busy preparing for a May 17 exhibition of her work at Plan:d Gallery in the Frogtown area of L.A. It will be her first solo show in 10 years. “I didn’t know that regular people could be artists,’’ she recalled, “but I began to realize that it actually might be a possibility.” After leaving Boulder to attend The Art Institute of Chicago, Sobieski later transferred to ArtCenter in Pasadena, where she studied illustration. She received her BFA in illustration in 1995, got married and went to work at Disney Interactive. It was during this time that she discovered her passion for figure painting. “While I was at Disney, I was doing art work on a computer, which I realized wasn’t for me,” Sobieski said. “Then I started to build a figure-painting portfolio and work with models in my garage. I have always loved working from the figure — it is incredibly challenging and deeply personal. My most favorite paintings growing up were figurative. I loved Toulouse-Lautrec, Egon Schiele, John Singer Sargent and Manet.” Sobieski presented her work to the Sarah Bane Gallery in Fullerton, quit her job and showed for the next 10 years at the gallery, where she sold more than 100 of her paintings. She remained there until 2009, then returned to school to earn an MFA in painting from Claremont Graduate University. “After that, my work shifted into being curated for g...

Jan 4, 2020

Colorado Dahlia Society brings flower show to Loveland - Loveland Reporter-Herald

Widhalm/ For the Loveland Reporter-Herald)Loveland resident Cindy Sprague’s yard is full of dahlias, which she will display Sept. 7-8, 2019, at the Colorado Dahlia Society annual show, "It’s a Picnic!" at the Loveland Public Library. (Shelley Widhalm/ For the Loveland Reporter-Herald)The lavender dahlias in Loveland resident Cindy Sprague’s yard include the Mystery Day, in the back, and Jean Marie, in the front, pictured on Aug. 21, 2019. (Shelley Widhalm/ For the Loveland Reporter-Herald)Cindy Sprague has orange-colored dahlias called My Cindy growing at her Loveland home on Aug. 21, 2019. Sprague is a member of the Colorado Dahlia Society. (Shelley Widhalm/ For the Loveland Reporter-Herald)What normally would be a colorful landscape in Loveland resident Cindy Sprague’s backyard has just a few pops of brightness. Sprague, who grows dahlias and is down to 150 from 170 plants, cites tall trees and a late spring for a delayed bloom, but she’ll have plenty to bring Sept. 7-8 to the Loveland Public Library for the Colorado Dahlia Society 2019 annual show, “It’s a Picnic!” “They are a couple of weeks late starting to open,” said Sprague, past-president of the Colorado Dahlia Society and a dahlia grower for about 20 years. “By the Loveland show, most of them will be blooming. If not, they probably won’t bloom.” Dahlias are grown as annuals in Colorado and should be planted at the end of May. A sun-loving plant, they typically will start producing fl...

Jan 4, 2020

Redding woman will use 23,000 flowers to bring Rose Bowl float to life - Chico Enterprise-Record

Zasadzinski — Cal Poly) At the end of it all, there’s nothing like seeing the final product with everyone else as it makes its way down Pasadena’s Colorado Boulevard, Toney said. “Seeing that whole process from, like, a piece of paper and then it standing in front of you is very gratifying,” she said.

Jan 4, 2020

Rose Parade 2020: Here is a sneak peek of the flower-filled floats - The Pasadena Star-News

Phoenix Decorating Company) Alhambra’s float features a fun, fanciful locomotive on a train track routed on a lush bed of flowers chugging down Colorado Boulevard. The cartoon-styled locomotive features a smiling face, the obligatory cow catcher and an experienced engineer guiding his engine and the elegantly decorated passenger car. The float theme was selected from submissions proposed by Alhambra elementary school children. The floral arrangement on top of the cow catcher features green deflexus, hot pink roses, green komodor ferns and white dendrobiums. Amazon Studios Amazon Studios Show the Universe Who You Truly Are (AES Creative) The Amazon Studios’ entry promotes the upcoming release of “Troop Zero,” a film that tells the story young Christmas Flint who simply wants to make contact with anything in outer space. The float features a real bus, a rocket and the Voyager spacecraft. The float deck will be covered with red, orange and yellow roses with purple dendrobium orchids; the meteors will be made of yellow and red carnations, and the satellite will be covered in silver leaf and straw flower. Blue Diamond Almonds Blue Diamond Almonds Almond Breeze, The Best Almonds Make the Best Almond Milk (AES Creative) From a tree sprout with a shovel at the front of the float and a blooming almond tree with bees to harvesting and a carton of almond milk, the Blue Diamond entry celebrates the 3,000-member grower-owner cooperative that produces almonds in California’s Central Valley. The almond tree in bloom will have coconut, green split peas and parsley flakes with yellow rose accents. The bees in the tree will be decorated in yellow strawflower, black onion seed and lunaria petals. The float’s floral decks will have thousands of pink, hot pink, red and orange roses. Burbank Tournament of Roses Association Burbank Tournament of Roses Association Rise Up (Self-built) Burbank’s 88th float entry shows Pa...