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Edgewater Flower Shops

King Soopers #90

1725 Sheridan Blvd
Edgewater, CO 80214
(303) 237-4988

Edgewater CO News

Feb 1, 2021

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

Gardens that’s operated by STRiVE and tying it to the small amphitheater that is there as well as building some greenhouse in the area near the Edgewater Brewery.”Sherbenou credited his staff with finding innovative ways to increase their capacity, especially 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 where the PROS Master Plan is available. #inform-video-player-3 .inform-embed { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; } ...

Oct 26, 2018

BEAUTIFUL BLOOMS: Chenille, trumpet and birds of paradise

They include a chenille plant, a trumpet plant and a yellow bird of paradise.Kathy McCormick of Edgewater sent in the chenille, acalypha hispida, plant. They are so different and pretty, we had to show you right away.“We fell in love with these unusual tropical flowering shrubs when we sail to the Bahamas every year,” Kathy wrote. “The red blooms are known as catkins, or red hot cat’s tail.”She explained that these showy plants do best in Zone 10, but can do well in our Zone 9 with some extra care in the winter months.We’d say they are definitely worth a try!We just loved the delicate lavender and purple bloom of the trumpet plant that Linda Morrell of Port Orange sent in.“This summer, it was so small to start and now over three foot tall,” Linda wrote about this Beautiful Bloom that lives in a flower garden on the east side of her pool. “It just keeps on blooming. Each time I think it is done, three or four more blossoms appear. It is so beautiful.”We agree it is one of the more stunning trumpet blooms we’ve seen this season.And how about this yellow bird of paradise sent in by Claire Augusto from Bethune Beach?&...

Aug 17, 2018

BEAUTIFUL BLOOMS: Horsemint, curcuma and moonflowers

The white ones tend to show off the little purple flowers that peek out the best." Carol Burdiss Miller of Edgewater shared with us one of the many moonflowers opening in her back yard on Riverside Drive. - To submit Beautiful Blooms, email Include your name, city and don't forget to tell us about your blooms. Photos must be high resolution (at least 1MB) and emailed as a .jpg attachment.

Oct 5, 2017

Beautiful Blooms

Betty Bowne of Edgewater sent these photos of passion vines, including flowers and fruit that are growing wild on a fence on her property. She said vines growing on the fence is a never-ending battle, but this summer she spotted these beautiful purple and yellow blooms as she was trimming along the fence.She said she was curious how the vines got in her yard, wondering if they were flowering weeds or wild flowers. So she called the Volusia County Cooperative Extension office in DeLand and was told the vines probably came from bird droppings traveling from South Florida or the Carribean."I wonder how many times I cut down these vines before they produced these beautiful flowers," she said.— If you have Beautiful Blooms to share, email them to Include your name, city and information about your blooms. Photos must be high resolution (at least 1MB) and emailed as a .jpg attachment. (Daytona Beach News-Journal)

Mar 16, 2017

Buoyed by dinosaur exhibit, Leu Gardens annual plant sale attracts record crowds

There are no rules, no restrictions,” said Johnson, who displayed goods from her business, The Edgewater Shop. “It’s just having fun and using your imagination.”Many of the shoppers were repeat customers — the show was first held in 1997 — but others, such as Shellie Merrill, were first-timers.Merrill, who moved to Port Orange from Maine three years ago, said she made the 57-mile trip on the recommendation of a friend who praised the selection of plants. Merrill is just learning about Florida gardening and chose spearmint for its smell and an assortment of small, variegated-leaf plants.“I wanted sensory overload and I got it,” she said.Repeat visitors said they look forward to the sale because they can talk to growers directly and find plants they can’t get anywhere else in Central Florida.“I get good tips every year,” said Cathy Shoemaker, 53, who left with small, colorful plants for a fairy garden.Hopkins Tropical Fruit Nursery, for instance, was selling exotic trees, including lychee, starfruit, guava, loquat, tamarind and 27 kinds of mango.“We’re wholesale growers and we come here to support Leu Gardens,” said owner Billy Hopkins of Immokalee. “This is one of the best botanical collections in the state, if not in the country — especially camellias.”Susan Magee, 48, just bought a house in Clermont and was at the sale to beautify her new yard. She said she appreciated the vendors who patiently explained how to to attract butterflies and select roses and what to plant to cover a concrete wall. But strolling the gardens was at least as big a draw as shopping for her and her family.“We don’t know anything about plants,” said her daughter Ally Magee, 25. “We’re just here for fun.” or 407-540-5981... (Orlando Sentinel)

Mar 2, 2017

News of Record for Friday, Feb. 3, 2017

Volusia County Branch Jail on felony charges yet to be proven in court.): Kiwon T. Jones, 27, DeLand, failure to appear; William P. Everson Jr., 54, Edgewater, court violation; Justin J. Flowers, 23, Daytona Beach, failure to appear, loitering or prowling, unlawful possession of personal identification information; Treygion M. Powers, 22, Ormond Beach, giving a false name causing adverse effect, unlawful possession of personal identification information, loitering or prowling, grand theft of more than $300 but under $5,000; Tre Dwayne Lewis King, 24, Daytona Beach, tampering with physical evidence, possession of a firearm by a felon, reckless driving, possession of a weapon or ammo by a felon; Robert C. Lee, 32, Daytona Beach, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon; Ymonii Arrguis Prince, 20, Daytona Beach, failure to appear; Ibrahim Alghannam, 24, DeBary, habitual driving while license is revoked; Steven R. Smith, 33, Deltona, domestic battery by strangulation; Casey E. Cushman, 26, city unknown, failure to appear; Edward Cowart, 54, Titusville, dealing in stolen property; Katherine Bach, 33, Ormond Beach, neglect of a child; Adrian R. Jones, 34, South Daytona, drug offense, possession of m... (Daytona Beach News-Journal)