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Order flowers and gifts from Native Floral located in Denver CO for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 4810 Lima Street, Denver Colorado 80239 Zip. The phone number is (303) 375-9519. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Native Floral in Denver CO. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Native Floral delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Native Floral
Address:
4810 Lima Street
City:
Denver
State:
Colorado
Zip Code:
80239
Phone number:
(303) 375-9519
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Find Native Floral directions to 4810 Lima Street in Denver, CO (Zip 80239) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 39.78439, -104.85659 respectively.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Feb 1, 2021

City growing its own flowers for spring planting - The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel

Horticulture, Irrigation and Turf Parks Supervisor Joe Brown, who has experience growing plant material for the Denver Botanical Gardens, Denver Zoo and Denver parks. He said finding ways to provide more for less is something they pride themselves in.“I love it because I think it really epitomizes what we’re all about,” Sherbenou said. “We’re about stretching our resources as far as possible to provide the best service to the community.”For more information on the Botanical Gardens plan, Sherbenou said to visit gjcity.org where the PROS Master Plan is available. #inform-video-player-3 .inform-embed { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; } ...

Feb 1, 2021

A socially-distanced day of love: how to safely celebrate Valentine's Day from home • UNC Mirror - University of Northern Colorado The Mirror

Zoom’s screen sharing feature for a movie night with your favorite people. Take a tour of Denver- From anywhere Couples from all over Colorado like taking in the sights of the capitol city on Valentine’s Day. However, just because these locations are temporarily unavailable in person does not mean they’re not available at all. Virtually Denver is a portal on denver.org that connects Colorado residents with virtual tours and events happening all throughout the state. Guests can tour exhibits at the Denver Museum of Art, go on a virtual Safari at the Denver zoo, or stream live concerts, all from the comfort of their own homes. Anna Rosenthal, a UNC fourth-year theater education major, recently went on the virtual tour of the Denver Museum of Art with an unnamed Tinder date. She said her favorite type of date nights are experience based, and she was glad she could still take in new sights with a romantic prospect. “It was nice still getting to experience a date. It almost felt normal, and that was nice. There was no social pressure. We could tour the museum at our own pace, and they made it really easy to navigate,” Rosenthal said. If you’re interested in taking a virtual tour of a Denver experience visit https://www.denver.org/blog/post/denver-events-this-weekend/.

Sep 7, 2020

Shop Paulina Buckley's Wild and Whimsical Floral Creations - 5280 | The Denver Magazine

Buckley has taken every opportunity to hone her creative instincts. When she and her Colorado-born boyfriend relocated to Denver a couple of years ago, she brought her bold floral vision to play in a whole new Rocky Mountain setting. Now, with a fresh pop-up shop in Larimer Square, she’s sharing her unconventional arrangements and funky flair for home decor at the sweet-scented Buckley House of Flowers. Customers can drop in for a drink and a chat while they wait for their bouquet, or sign up for weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly floral creations that change with the season. Buckley House of Flowers may be small in size (measuring a mere 550 square feet), but it’s big on charm. Photo courtesy of Buckley House of Flowers 5280 Home: How did you discover your love for blooms?Paulina Buckley: I was living in Los Angeles, working at this Moroccan-inspired furniture store, and I thought, “I want to try something new.” I stumbled upon a flower shop in Venice, and I walked in there with no experience at all; I just wanted to help them out with their reception area and customer service. When I went in for an interview, they immediately had me helping clean the flowers, cleaning the buckets, and helping walk-in customers if they needed a bouquet or an arrangement. It kind of started from there. How did you make the transition to Colorado’s floral scene?When I first moved to Denver, I was freelancing with a bunch of different florists i...

Sep 7, 2020

Mountain Flowers of Aspen spreading joy through flowers - Aspen Daily News

Every sale adds up for us.ADN: What keeps you going?KA: [In July] we had a gal come up from Denver. She had planned a big, huge wedding for September and wasn’t able to do it. They decided to elope over the weekend. She called, I answered the phone, and we made a beautiful bouquet of wildflowers that really reflected her and her event. She was saying, “Oh, my fiance doesn’t want to wear a boutonniere,” and I said, “What about this? What if we made it really simple with wildflowers and wrapped it in raffia?” She said, “Yeah, yeah! OK! That’s it!” That feeling of catching fire with someone who is so excited about something. It makes it worth it being there on a Saturday morning when all my sons are out hiking and doing fun things. It’s wonderful to see that come alive.ADN: What’s one thing you want the community to know?KA: We’re well-equipped to help because we listen and we care. We’ll take the time to sit down with someone and go over what they need and whether that’s something super grand for a beautiful party or something intimate just to say “I’m sorry” between friends. We really have the ability to tailor our goods to the situation, whatever someone needs.I grew up here — I was born here. Wendy has been here for 40 years — longer than me, technically. We really want to see this community thrive and participate in that.WB: And I think the fact that we’re all in this together is something we can really get our hearts around. We all need each other.ADN: What is your favorite flower?KA: Oh goodness! I really love sweet peas and hellebore.WB: I love peonies, but I also love any flower that’s at its prime in any season. It’s too hard to have one.Name of organization: Mountain Flowers of AspenYears in business: 24Address: 103 S. Monarch St., Aspen (boutique) and 601 Rio Grande Place #121, Aspen (studio)Phone number: 970-920-6912Website: https://www.mountainflowersofaspen.com/ Number of Employees: 6 ...

Sep 7, 2020

Deryn Davidson: Award for demonstration garden is a bright spot during tough times - The Daily Camera

Plant Select Showcase Garden Award, it felt extra-sweet. The Plant Select program is a collaboration between Colorado State University, Denver Botanic Gardens and professional horticulturists. Their goal is to “create smart plant choices for a new American Landscape inspired by the Rocky Mountain Region.” The plants are trialed and chosen based on eight attributes: flourishing with less water, habitat-friendly, tough and resilient in challenging climates, one of a kind/unique, resist disease and insects, long-lasting beauty, and noninvasive. These are all important qualities in plants that we invite into our spaces. Our demonstration garden at the Boulder County Fairgrounds in Longmont is one of several such gardens across the state. You can glean a good amount of information from plant tags and online research, but it is helpful to see with your own eyes how plants perform after establishment or to see plant combinations growing side by side. Many demonstration gardens are in public areas and therefore always open to visitors. They can provide inspiration, a moment of outdoor respite during a busy day or a change of scenery when you want to get some fresh air. Our demonstration areas include a Colorado native plant garden and the award-winning ...

Jun 19, 2020

7Everyday Hero Lauren Anderson paints flower bouquets for patients staying in the hospital - The Denver Channel

DENVER — Painting has always been a sanctuary for Lauren Anderson. It's a colorful escape when life gets too dark. And now, she's sharing her gift to help others.Anderson was volunteering for UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital when she discovered many patients who were sent flowers couldn't keep them in their rooms."It just made me really sad to think if I were in the hospital and somebody I loved and who loved me sent me something like that and I couldn’t enjoy it, how upsetting that would be," she said.Then she thought of something — maybe there was a way for those patients to enjoy those creations. So she went to volunteer coordinator Jenny Ricklefs with an idea."She’s an artist and she thought that she could potentially paint those flower arrangements and give the painting to the patient because they couldn’t have the flowers," Ricklefs said. "Since that day, she's been painting beautiful watercolor bouquets." She said on Mother's Day, Anderson did one painting that went to a...

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