Florists in Granby, CO
Find local Granby, Colorado florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Granby and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
Granby Flower Shops
295 East Agate Avenue
Granby, CO 80446
Granby CO News
Dec 18, 2019
Bernard Flowers Austin, Sr. of Manteo, December 17 - The Outer Banks Voice
Reba, Micah, Olga, Alfreda, Taylor, and Pamela.Bernie graduated from Granby High School and attended Campbell College. He retired from the County of Dare as Public Works Director after working many years for the Town of Manteo as Supervisor of the Water and Sewer Department. He took great pride in the knowledge that he worked to serve and help people throughout the county. Before moving to North Carolina, he worked as Golf Pro at Princess Anne Country Club in Virginia Beach.A celebration of his life officiated by Rev. Matt Seals will be held at Mt. Olivet United Methodist Church, 300 Ananias Dare Street, on Monday, December 23, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. Kenny Midgett, long-time family friend, will deliver the eulogy.Twiford Funeral Home, Outer Banks is assisting the family with arrangements. Condolences and memories can be shared at www.TwifordFH.com. Apr 20, 2017
Planting flowers, shrubs and trees this spring? Here's where they were born
Fields with plants that “Grow Beautifully,” as the company boasts, are in Visalia; Dayton, Oregon; Cairo, Georgia; and Granby, Connecticut.Monrovia is one of the country’s largest growers of container perennials, trees and shrubs, with four growing areas chosen for a diversity of climates and conditions.“We want to be able to grow peonies that like the cold to water-wise plants for Southern California as well as to be able to ship all year long,” said Kate Karam, Monrovia spokeswoman.Southern California gardeners have Monrovia plants grown mainly in Visalia and Cairo, while boxwoods and Japanese maples, for instance, are from Dayton.“People are surprised at the scale of commercial growers when they know about it,” she said. “Many think local nurseries grow their own plants.”The meticulously cared for field/greenhouse plants of all the commercial growers, which generally are not open to the public, paint the fields in brightly colorful hues, much like what Mother Nature is doing naturally with expanses of wildflowers. Many of the commercially grown plants, though, are shielded from the humidity and heat or the cold and frost.The plant/horticulture industry is much the same as any other: Name recognition and reliability are key elements of success and that involves branding.“I think more customers are brand conscious. They read container labels to learn about the plants and how to care for them, but they also want to know where they’re from,” Karam said. “Two years ago, we started selling our premium brand at Lowe’s and found people were willing to spend a little bit more because they know it will take and be successful. It involves value and for plants, the most valuable part of one is age.”AdvertisementAnother company offering is Shop Monrovia, where customers can go online, select their plants and have them shipped to a nursery near them for free.“We are a 90-year-old company with a storied history of innovative... (LA Daily News)Nov 9, 2016
Men's Basketball Season Begins Friday at Home
NCAA Division I programs across the country. McLean, who played locally at the MacDuffie School in Granby, chose the Minutemen over Rutgers and a trio of other Atlantic 10 institutions in Dayton, Fordham and Rhode Island.
Luwane Pipkins joins the class after he was a non-qualifier as a freshman in 2015-16. The 2014 signee is a four-star recruit according to ESPN and listed as a three-star player with a grade of 88 by 247Sports. Pipkins was also the No. 7 recruit in the state of Illinois via ESPN, No. 22 at point guard nationally and No. 23 in his region while he was slated as the No. 9 recruit in the state and 41st at the point guard position by 247Sports.
New Number, Who Dis?Four returning Minutemen changed their numbers prior to the 2016-17 season. Seth Berger dropped 24 in favor of 33, Zach Coleman switched from 13 to 14, Rayshawn Miller moved off of 35 to 11 and Zach Turcotte changed from 55 to 34.
In addition to the returnees with new numbers, the rookies will be playing for the first time in No. 2 (Luwane Pipkins), No. 3 (DeJon Jarreau), No. 4 (Unique McLean), No. 5 (Chris Baldwin), No. 24 (Tyrn Flowers) and No. 55 (Brison Gresham).
Zach Lewis, a redshirt junior transfer in his first season of competition at UMass, will wear No. 1.
Chatman Promoted To Associate Head CoachUniversity of Massachusetts men's basketball head coach Derek Kellogg/d... (UMass Athletics.com)Feb 3, 2016
Dolce Mama Confections, East Granby
There is a good fairy in East Granby, and her name is Nota Yannios-Juengst. This one brings joy to the world by baking elaborate and beautiful cakes and other confections. Her detail work is incredible, including big elaborate flowers that look more real than the living ones they represent.
Yannios-Juengst's father immigrated from Sparta and her mother from Crete, so she's first-generation Greek. She grew up in Norwalk, taking art classes as a teenager. Her father was the opening chef at Boodles in Greenwich, and eventually the chef at Stella's Pizzeria in Enfield. Yannios-Juengst was a legal secretary for 25 years, until a car accident damaged her spine. Legal work was difficult after reconstructive surgery, so she pursued something sugary, enrolling in a cake decorating class at Michaels in Wilton. It turned out that she had a gift for it, receiving further training from famous Nicholas Lodge at his International School of Sugar Art in Norcross, Ga.
Bears, angels, bird cages, fairies, owls, Tasmanian devils, Chr... (Hartford Courant)Jan 8, 2016
Real Estate Transactions For Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin Counties January ...
Carol A. Douglass and Gary Einsidler to Kelly A. Sturtveant, Mary J. Johnson and Edward F. Sturtevant, 106 Sears Road, $250,000.
Dennis J. Desorcy and Carol Desorcy to Robert Trombley, 115 Morgan St., $25,000.
Patricia M. Faginski to Richard E. Wojtczak, 18 Deer Brook Drive, $380,000.
Geraldine E. Sansoucy, Lori M. Sansoucy and Lori M. Roy to Scott Family Properties LLC, 90 Batchelor St., $35,000.
Dayle M. Barnard and Robert A. Barnard to Jillian G. Barnard, 185 Batchelor St., $175,000.
Bank of New York Mellon, trustee, by attorney, Specialized Loan Servicing, LLC, attorney, to Kenneth E. Purington, 82 Barton Road, $95,000.
Christopher M. Goodwin and Cheryl D. Goodwin to David J. Donoghue, 629 Bernardston Road, $400,000.
Lois M. Sanders to US Bank Trust, NA, trustee, 367 Country Club Road, $155,283.
David J. Chula and Karen M. Chula to Deborah H. Squires, 40 Allen S., $155,000.
Lance E. Mitchell and Melissa J. Mitchell to US Bank Trust, NA, trustee, 55 White Birch Avenue, $155,742.
Virginia Pechin Keen Irrevocable Real Estate Trust, Ann H. Keen and Susan K. Hagamen, trustees, to Raymond O. Holland and Edith K. Drury, 113 Hastings St., $195,000.
Derek M. Gray and Sarah J. Gray to Donny Adorno, 113 Somers Road, $212,500.
Bethlehem Baptist Church Of Springfield Massachusetts to New Life International Ministries Inc., 210 Allen St., $1,100,000.
Timothy R. Connors and Cynthia L. Connors to Derek M. Gray and Sarah J. Gray, 62 Mountain Road, $306,000.
Mitchell A. Matusiewicz to Adele M. Stiles and Manuel A. Henriques, 18 Scotland Road, $652,700.
Joseph A. Lavallee and Mary Jane Lavallee to Timothy D. Boudreau and Christy L. Boudreau, 83 Main St., $605,000.
James Woodard and Vicki Woodard to Beneficial Massachusetts, Inc., 181 South Road, $88,000.
Jeffrey R. Covell and Terry V. Covell to Elmore Realty Services LLC, Butterworth Road, $43,000.
Ryan J. Mulcahy and Kristy L. Mulcahy to Robert S. Sheldon and Kay J. Sheldon, 22 Union Road, $190,000.
Citibank, trustee, to Peter Delfino, 59 Beacon Ave., $46,350.
John H. Chwalek and Stephanie Chwalek to Eliza... (MassLive.com)