Florists in Pueblo, CO
Find local Pueblo, Colorado florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Pueblo 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.
Pueblo Flower Shops
2728 N Elizabeth St
Pueblo, CO 81003
Pueblo CO News
Feb 1, 2021
David Attaway | Obituary | Jacksonville Daily Progress - Jacksonville Daily Progress
Kenneth Attaway and sister, Ella Jean Rogers. He is survived by his loving wife, Lynda Dykes Attaway of Jacksonville; sons, David Wayne Attaway of Pueblo, CO, Donny Attaway of Grain Valley, MO, Johnny Attaway and his wife, Angie of Lee's Summit, MO, Darrell Attaway and his wife Shannon of Mabank and Kenneth Attaway of Winnsboro; step-son Dr. Frank Dykes and his spouse, Griff Hubbard of Longview; step-mother, Waunice Attaway of Madisonville ; brother Carroll E. Attaway of Tyler; nephews; nieces; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; cousins; aunts; uncles ;and bonus daughters and faithful caregivers Penny Roberts of Henderson, Ruthie Davis of Jacksonville, Amy Newcome of Henderson, Debra Gipson of Chapel Hill and Laura Parker of Gallatin; and a host of friends. A celebration of his life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to the Hospice of East Texas (HOET). The family is very grateful to HOET for their unwavering support. ,
Published on February 1, 2021
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Underused trees you can plant in your landscape - Pueblo Chieftain
The Pueblo Chieftain
Planting a new tree is a great thing to do, but planting an underused tree is even better! For one, it increases the biodiversity around us. Having a variety of plant and animal species increases the health of an ecosystem.Another thing to consider, is the positive effects using an underused tree would have if there were a pest outbreak. Right now, we are dealing with the potential of the Emerald Ash Borer coming to Pueblo. If that were to happen, we could lose many of our Ash trees. Since Ash trees have been widely planted for decades that would cause many of our neighborhood trees to be gone. If we had a greater variety of tree species, one pest could not wipe out such a large number of trees.If you are thinking of planting a tree, look around and don’t choose a tree species that you see already planted near your home. Here are some ideas for underused trees you can plant to increase the tree biodiversity in your neighborhood:Aesculus flava (octandra) or Yellow Bucke... Feb 27, 2020
Youth For Direct Relief Students Know The Power of Flowers - Noozhawk
Relief is run by Youth for Direct Relief (Y4DR), a group of 75 students who lead club chapters at six local schools: Santa Barbara, San Marcos, Dos Pueblos and Bishop Diego high schools; Laguna Blanca School and Dunn School.
For a $75 donation, supporters can have bouquets delivered by Y4DR members to people or places between Goleta and Carpinteria on April 7 and 21. The fundraiser has brought in more than $325,000 since 2007.
The generosity of the donors provides real and useful international aid to struggling regions while bringing smiles to those who were selected to receive the flowers locally.
Youth for Direct Relief kids will meet at 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 9, in Direct Relief’s headquarters, 6100 Wallace Becknell Road, for the Flowers for Relief kickoff event. Members will receive an update on Direct Relief’s work since the last flower drive and assemble the Flowers for Relief mailing.
For more information or to download an order form, visit youth4directrelief.com/flowers or email to [email protected]
... Apr 7, 2017
Mother's Day vases
April 26, the Sons of the American Legion, Squadron 207 are selling Mother’s Day vases to fund various veteran and youth community programs in Pueblo West.The vases are $20 picked up and $25 delivered to the Pueblo West and Pueblo areas.Pick up is from 5 to 7 p.m. May 12 at the VFW Post 5812, 127 E. Spaulding Ave, Pueblo West.Delivery will be at the same time.For the third year, Jo Ann Quinton, owner of Pueblo West’s Q Garden Design – Wedding Florist, is providing all flowers and supplies at cost and donating her time to help the Sons in this fund aising event.Contact Q Garden Design – Wedding Florist at 547-4626 or the American Legion Post 207 (text or call) at 248-4378 for questions and to purchase these vases.Payment can be made in cash or checks to S.A.L Squadron 207. (Pueblo West View)Apr 7, 2017
Gardens, friendships are growing in Meadow Lake and El Cerro Mission
It is part of the Valencia Soil and Water Conservation District’s East Valencia Urban Garden Program.“We have the pueblos, the east and west mesas, where there are a lot of unmet needs,” said Smith de Cherif. “We are so grateful for the community and its support of our quarter mill levy a few years ago, which gives us the opportunity to fill some of those voids.”Voters in the district approved a 10-year, quarter mill levy on property taxes in 2013.Now with the mill levy providing steady revenue and thanks to a grant, the board has started a long-awaited program urban garden program.Starting in February, East Valencia Urban Gardens Program coordinator Lindsey Hamilton and volunteers in El Cerro Mission and Meadow Lake began the work of establishing garden plots at the county community centers in those communities.The board wanted to create a program that would help the community become more climate resilient and increase food security, Hamilton said.“There was also a concern among community members that there was a lack of opportunities in those areas,” Hamilton said. “An urban garden helps the district achieve it’s conservation goals, such as reducing weeds and erosion, and this meets those goals in a very holistic way.”
Young and old alike get to play in the dirt at the community garden at the Meadow Lake Community Center. All vegetables and fruits planted in the garden here and at the El Cerro Mission urban garden are started as seeds, either planted directly in the ground or sprouted inside.When Smith de Cherif was running for her seat on the board four years ago, she knocked on 5,000 doors and listened to the stories people told her.“What I heard, especially in El Cerro Mission and Meadow Lake, was that there was almost no opportunities for people to feel good about their communities and help themselves in those areas,” she said.Board members held several listening sessions on the east side of the county based on... (Valencia County News Bulletin)Mar 30, 2017
Obituary — JoAnn Macurday
David of Great Bend, and Kathryn A. Jackson and her husband Phillip of Great Bend; one sister, Linda Seip and her husband Charles of Pueblo, Colo.; five grandchildren; Justin Bailey, Chance Bailey, Ian Macurdy, Erin Macurdy and Cameron Jackson; and eight great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one brother, William Courtright.A come and go celebration of life will be from 6-8 p.m., Wednesday, March 29, 2017, at Holiday Inn Express, 3821 10th St. in Great Bend. There will be no visitation as cremation has taken place. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials to Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism for Kanopolis Lake, in care of Bryant Funeral Home.Condolences may be sent and notice viewed at www.bryantfh.netArrangements by Bryant Funeral Home, 1425 Patton Road Great Bend, Kansas 67530... (Pratt Tribune)