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Florists in Milford, DE

Find local Milford, Delaware florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Milford 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.

Milford Flower Shops

Milford Florist & Home Decor

10 Se Front St
Milford, DE 19963
(302) 491-6229

Milford DE News

Nov 17, 2017

Argentina president places memorial flowers at NYC bike path

The tribute came as mourners in New Jersey attended the funeral of another victim, 32-year-old Darren Drake, of New Milford, New Jersey. De Blasio said New York City will always welcome visitors from all over the world and won't forget the victims of the attack. "Mr. President, we will forever remember them as New Yorkers," he told Macri. The bodies of the five Argentines killed arrived Monday in Rosario, about 185 miles (300 kilometers) northwest of Buenos Aires. The hearses carrying the caskets of Hernan Ferrucchi, Alejandro Pagnucco, Hernan Mendoza, Ariel Erlij and Diego Angelini were escorted by police cars to local funeral homes. For three decades, they had kept close through marriages, trips and jobs. Some had played soccer and volleyball together as children, and as grown-ups, they often would meet for traditional Argentine barbecues known as asados. "These were known people in our city who were joined by a strong affection bond, which is highly valued by our community," said Gustavo Zignago, a Rosario official. "The idea is to be with them until the very end and to give them the best farewell." —— Associated Press writers Hernan Alvarez and Paul Byrne in Rosario, Argentina, and Almudena Calatrava in Buenos Aires, contributed to this report. (ABC News)

Feb 9, 2017

Grandson of Wolves legend Ron Flowers set for dream Premier League move

Burnley according to sources at Turf Moor. The defender’s sporting prowess isn’t just limited to the football pitch. Last summer he also captained Milford Hall Cricket Club in the Staffordshire Club Cricket Championship. His grandfather is one of the greatest midfielders in Wolves’ history, winning three first division titles and an FA Cup during 15 years at Molineux. Brocton FC tweeted: “Congratulations to Harry Flowers who leaves Brocton today to join Burnley. The very best of luck from us all.” ... (

Jan 19, 2017

German man flies girlfriend 3945 miles from Germany for breakfast in Milford for her birthday

MILFORD >> Thomas Grubmueller said his longtime girlfriend is hard to buy for, so for her 32nd birthday, he flew them in from Germany so they could have breakfast at one of her favorite eateries, “The Corner” restaurant at 105 River St. The couple, who live in the Bavaria area, flew into New York where they stayed for a couple of days, then rented a car to drive on her birthday Tuesday morning to one of Milford’s most popular gourmet breakfast and brunch spots. Grubmueller told his girlfriend, Martina Duemler, they were going to America for breakfast — she fell in love with the restaurant during a New England road trip last year — but she had no idea how special restaurant owner Michelle Lebel was going to make it after exchanging secret emails with Grubmueller before the trip. He asked Lebel to create a birthday look and buy a cake for which he would reimburse her. When Duemler walked in to the cozy eatery Tuesday morning, the couple were brought to a specially set long table... (New Haven Register)

Jan 5, 2017

Danbury Middle-Schooler Blooms With Floral Accessories Business

Her greatest challenge is balancing her business with her schoolwork and other interests. She’s a top gymnast at Elite Gymnastics Center in New Milford and qualified to compete in the 2017 State Games of America in July in Grand Rapids, Mich. Ziya has also studied dance and currently practices from online tutorials to keep her skills fresh. “I push through it,” she said, referring to her busy schedule. “Sometimes, I’m up very late at night, working on orders.” Her advice for other young people who want to pursue their own business is “to never give up and follow what your heart says,” Ziya said. She started making flowers when she was 9, putting together hairpieces for her family, teachers and friends. Ziya started the business by borrowing $25 from her mother to purchase supplies and later paid her back from her profits. “I'm trying to get her to understand how money works,” Malakah Shabazz-Williams said. “So her profit from her business is always divided into three parts — save, spend and invest.” To get ideas for new designs, Ziya looks at bridal magazines, goes to bridal shows and watches the popular cable show “Say Yes To The Dress.” She hopes to one day to be in the fashion industry with her own line of gymnastics gear and dancewear. To place an order from Ziya Blooms or to contact Ziya, click here . (Newtown Daily Voice)

Dec 15, 2016

New Garden Center Opens in Milford

By Terry Rogers Bruce Fisher, owner of Milford Plant and Garden Center, said that this will be a new venture for him, despite having ten years in the plant industry. Since his knowledge is in plants and landscaping, he and his wife, Diane, have partnered with the owners of Country Flowers who have been in the florist business for more than 30 years. The new business will take over where Gooden’s Florist operated for more than 70 years. “The property itself really had great potential to host not only a professional florist, but with the existing greenhouses, an outbuilding and over an acre of land for the addition of a nursery and garden center,” Mr. Fisher said. “Additionally, the accessibility of the property is excellent, convenient to Route 113, Route 1 and downtown Milford all at the same time. It is a quick and easy stop on your way to or from work, or while headed out for lunch, dinner or coffee and it is a short little detour to check us out during a trip to one of the larger retail stores in Milford.” The new plant...

Dec 8, 2016

Holiday events light up Delaware this weekend and beyond

Lewes. Donation to Jusst Soup. 300 miniature houses, plus refreshments. Also 5-9 p.m. Saturday. “Elf” 7 p.m. Riverfront Theater, 2 S. Walnut St., Milford. Elf’s Workshop 6-8 p.m. Rosehill Community Center, 19 Lambson Lane, New Castle. Children shop for $1 gifts (wrapping’s free) while parents wait in Santa’s Lounge. “Every Christmas Story Ever Told (and Then Some)” 8 p.m. Chapel Street Playhouse, 27 N. Chapel St., Newark. Also 8 p.m. Saturday. Folk Tales and Folk Songs for the Holiday Season 7 p.m. Corbit-Calloway Memorial Library, 115 High St., Odessa. Harry Potter Magical Holiday Ball 7 p.m. Barnes & Noble, 4801 Concord Pike, Wilmington. Dress like your favorite Harry Potter character, wear your holiday best or come as you are for dancing, music, activities and giveaways. Holiday Cabaret Dinner Theatre 1 and 7 p.m. Milton Theatre, 110 Union St., Milton. $20-$40. Holiday songs, with dinner by Hobos of Rehoboth. “Meet Me in St. Louis” 7 p.m. Clear Space Theatre Company, 20 Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth Beach. Also 7 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday. “Miracle on 34th Street – the Musical” 7:30 p.m. Possum Point Players Theatre, 441 Old Laurel Road, Georgetown. Also 7:30 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Music for a While: Carols for the University 12:30-1:30 p.m. Bayard Sharp Hall, University of Delaware, 23 S. Main St., Newark. Free. David Herman at the organ for a sing-along. Santa Crawl 8 p.m. Expect reindeer antlers and Santa hats to be the norm when bar crawlers hop on buses and make their way around to 14 bars and restaurants for the annual loop celebrating the season. Throw on your best bad holiday sweater or Santa hat for free admission to the loop; otherwise it’s a $5 cover charge. Participating venues are Anejo, Catherine Rooney’s, Chelsea Tavern, Dead Presidents, Ernest & Scott, FireStone, Gallucio’s Cafe, Grotto Pizza, Kelly’s Logan House, Lavish, Timothy’s Riverfront, Trolley Oyster House, Trolley Tap House and 8th & Union Kitchen. For more information, visit The Reminders 7 p.m. Crossroad Community Church, Georgetown. Holiday concert by the Americana-gospel trio. “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” 8 p.m. Kent County Theatre Guild, 140 E. Roosevelt Ave., Dover. Free-$18. Also 8 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tree Lighting 6-9 p.m. Glasgow Regional Park, U.S. 40 and Del. 896, Newark. Music, refreshments, crafts, vendors and photos with Santa. Tree lighting at 7. “Welcome to Castlewood” 7-9 p.m. Cornerstone Church, 761 S. Little Creek Road, Dover. Free. Annual original Christmas musical. Also 7 p.m. Saturday and 2 and 7 p.m. Sunday. Saturday, Dec. 10 “A Christmas Carol” 8 p.m. Delaware City Library, 250 Fifth St., Delaware City. Reedy Point Players production. Also 2 p.m. Sunday. “A Christmas Carol” 8 p.m. Delaware Theatre Company, 200 Water St., Wilmington. Through Dec... (The News Journal)