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Florists in Rehoboth Beach, DE

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Rehoboth Beach Flower Shops

Friendly Flowers Florist and Gifts

19783 Norwood St
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
(302) 313-1224

Rehoboth Beach DE News

May 25, 2017

Chestnut Hill's Home & Garden Festival celebrates 21

As usual, many other exhibitors are far from their own back yards. Besides the Philadelphia area, they come from locations such as Brooklyn, NY; Rehoboth Beach, DE; Fletcher, NC; Amherst, MA, and Tampa, FL.Look for interesting variety in vendors and their wares. For instance, Nick Gomez, of Chestnut Hill, will have skateboards; Megan Fitzpatrick, of Wyndmoor, and Charles Todd, of Mt. Airy, will be displaying furniture, and Dana Rapoport, also of Mt. Airy, will feature children’s books.For honey lovers, the Philadelphia Bee Association will have a display featuring, of course bees, and a look at how these busy critters make honey.“A number of farms will be participating, bringing fresh food and vegetables for purchase,” said Miller. As usual, there will be numerous gardeners will beautiful plants and flowers, perhaps even orchids, for sale.Returning this year will be Eco Alley, sponsored by PECO Smart Ideas, featuring vendors offering sustainable products from organic plants. This display is courtesy of GRINCH (Green in Chestnut Hill).If you are bringing youngsters, be assured there will be plenty to do. There will be all day amusement rides at 8340 Germantown Ave.; arts and crafts all day in the 8300 block of Germantown Ave., and face painting all day at Germantown Avenue and Gravers Lane. The Manatawna 4H Club Petting Zoo will be open from noon to 4 p.m. at Bethlehem Pike and Germantown Avenue. The popular little train rides will be available from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the 8100 block of Germantown Avenue.A daylong festival like this always has plenty of music and food.Soul City will perform from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the 8600 block of Germantown Avenue; Rich Posmontier Ensemble will follow from 2 to 5 p.m. in the 8600 block of Germantown Avenue; the Dukes of Destiny will play in the 8200 block of Germantown Avenue from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and be followed by City Rhythm Orchestra from 2 to 5 p.m.Plenty of delicious food will be available. Locations are as follows:8600 block of Germantown Avenue — McNally’s Outdoor Café, Cosimo’s Pizza Café, Mica, Thai Kuu, Tavern on the Hill, Banjara, Trade Winds, Osaka, Bredenbeck’s Ice Cream;8500 block of Germantown Avenue — Chestnut Hill Cheese Shop, Starbuck’s Coffee, Funnel Cakes & Smoothies;8400 block of Germantown Avenue —Weavers Way Co-op, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant;8300 block of Germantown Avenue — Roller’s Express-o, Campbell’s Place, Fiesta Pizza, Old Fashioned Kettle Korn;8200 block of Germantown Avenue — Paris Bistro, Chestnut Hill Grill & Sidewalk Café, Green Soul, Poppy’s Café, King’s Garden, Night Kitchen Bakery, El Poquito, Cin Cin, the Fresh Market;8100 block of Germantown Avenue — Roller’s... (Chestnut Hill Local)

Mar 16, 2017

Friendly Flowers opens shop on Route 24

Just days after opening the doors to Friendly Flowers’ new spot in Millsboro, Rehoboth Beach resident Josh Fredo was up to his elbows in roses, lilies and loving requests from brand-new customers.Fredo, who co-owns the business with Joe Kelements, said the flower shop on Route 24 went through about 7,000 roses, more than 400 lilies and 300 deliveries in the days leading up to Valentine's Day.“We actually did very well for having no advertisements out,” he said. “We had a lot of walk-ins, which actually surprised me.”The New Jersey native said he first experimented with floral arrangements as a teenager, and found that the work was like therapy.“I enjoyed it. It was relaxing,” he said. “It can be still, except Valentine's Day.”Now that the business has conquered its first major holiday, Fredo said he's looking toward the future. The company has been working out of a warehouse in West Rehoboth since May 2016 and hopes to purchase a 4.5-acre property in Ocean View to open a second location and future special-event venue.“We'll also have our greenhouses there so we... (

Dec 8, 2016

Holiday events light up Delaware this weekend and beyond

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. 30. “A Gilbert & Sullivan Christmas Carol” 2 and 8 p.m. Arden Gild Hall, 2126 The Highway, Arden. Charles Dickens’ plot and Arthur Sullivan’s music, with words by Gayden Wren and W.S. Gilbert. Also 8 p.m. Dec. 16, 8 p.m. Dec. 17 and 2 p.m. Dec. 18. “A Little Princess” 8 p.m. Wilmington Drama League, 10 W. Lea Blvd., Wilmington. $12-$20. Also 8 p.m. Dec. 16, 22, 23 and 30 and 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 17, 18 and 28. Appoquinimink High SchoolCraft Fair 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Appoquinimink High School, 1080 Bunker Hill Road, Middletown. 175 local vendors with works of art and craftsmanship, food and clothing. Lunch from the school culinary arts department and a visit from Santa 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Breakfast with Santa 9 a.m.-noon St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church, 1301 N. Broom St., Wilmington. $4-7, plus non-perishable food for food pantry. Crafts, games, shopping and photos with Santa. Breakfast with Santa 9-10 a.m. Brandywine Zoo, 1001 N. Park Drive, Wilmington. $12-$18. Registration required at Photos with Santa, making decorations and animal e... (The News Journal)

Dec 2, 2016

First botanic garden in Delaware to open in 2017

Eastern Shore," said Susan Ryan, president of the Delaware Botanic Gardens and owner of the Good Earth Market & Organic Farm in Ocean View and Rehoboth Beach. Rodney Robinson and Allan Summers of RAS Landscape Architects, were the masterminds behind the one-of-a-kind site plan. Upon completetion, the 37 acre garden will feature professional horticultural displays of trees, shrubbery and flowers indigenous to the area, designed to educate and engage the public of Southern Delaware's ecological habitats. There will be four environments — a 25-acre flat uplands plateau highlighted by an innovative meadow and freshwater pond, a 12.5-acre sloped woodland with freshwater wetlands, and 1,000 feet of waterfront with tidal wetlands. The order and pace of exploration will be up to each visitor. To turn such an extensive project into reality, Delaware Botanic Gardens leveraged a $750,000 grant from the Longwood Foundation into $1.2 million. The foundation challenged the nonprofit organization to raise a 2-to-1 match for a $250,000 portion of the grant. The garden accepted, and in less than a year, exceeded the goal by $60,000. More than half of the fundraising total came from pledges. Another large portion represents grants from the Welfare Foundation ($75,000) and the Marmot Foundation ($40,000). The remainder originated from other donations, memberships and event income. Buy Photo Members of the Board of Directors and public leaders all took part in the groundbreaking ceremonies held at the Delaware Botanic Gardens at Pepper Creek in Dagsboro on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016. (Photo: Staff Photo by Megan Raymond) "The level of support that (Delaware Botanical Gardens) have developed in this area has been extraordinary," Gov. Markell said. "I think a lot of people in the beginning said it was not going to be an easy challenge for them to meet, and the fact that (they) exceeded the goal, many months in advance, is pretty commendable." The garden is expected to become a year-round, primary viewing location for birding enthusiasts. Even in colder weather, visitors will be able to enjoy seasonal p... ( - Delmarva Daily Times)

Nov 24, 2016

Christmas open house at Windsor's Flowers and Plants set Nov. 20

In 1973, Jay and Janet Windsor acquired McNichols Flowers in Lewes and Crosby's Flowers in Rehoboth Beach. They eventually changed the names to Windsor's Flowers & Plants in Rehoboth and Windsor's Plant Outlet in Lewes. The Windsors previously opened Lakeside Greenhouses in Laurel in 1972, when Jay was working as a county agent for the University of Delaware. Jay left the University of Delaware to manage the family businesses and returned in 1986. The Windsors' daughter Jill and her husband Craig Rice continued their work at the 14,000-square-foot Laurel Greenhouses, eventually taking over the management of that location and later the plant outlet in Lewes. In 1993, after a term in the U.S. Navy, son Jim Windsor joined the business full time. He and his sister Jenifer Caudill co-manage the Rehoboth Beach flower shop and greenhouse. The old red barn, approximately 1,600 square feet, now housing the flower shop and offices in Rehoboth Beach, originally belonged to the DuPont family where they kept horses on Bay Vista Road. Bob Raley originally purchased the red barn and moved it to its present location to open a flower shop. The address is 20326 Coastal Highway (Route 1), next to Arena's and Big Fish Grill. Windsor's Flowers and Plants offers a variety of fresh flowers, indoor and outdoor plants, mulch, gourmet baskets, specialty garden items, gifts a... (

Nov 3, 2016

In Wilmington, Dover or Rehoboth on Saturday? Don't drive drunk

Delaware More than a third of all fatal crashes involve an impaired driver. Officers will conduct the checkpoints in Wilmington, Bear, Dover, Rehoboth Beach and Seaford.  The five DUI checkpoints will occur on Saturday: two each in New Castle and Sussex counties and one in Kent County.  Past locations of checkpoints, according to the user-contributed website, included Kirkwood Street and Del. 10 in Dover, US 40 and US 301 in Newark, Long Neck Road in Millsboro, Coastal Highway in Rehoboth Beach, and Elkton Road and Telegraph Road in Wilmington. DUI multiple-time losers: Child in car when Delaware man stopped for 12th DUI Driver in fatal pedestrian crash charged with 3rd DUI Sixth DUI, marijuana lands Millsboro man behind bars Elsmere man charged with seventh DUI after crash The Office of Highway Safety revised its 15-year-old Checkpoint Strikeforce effort in July to become more effective, officials added. "To better allocate our resources, we changed the [Checkpoint Strikeforce] model by conducting multiple statewide checkpoints on select nights," said Jana Simpler, Office of Highway Safety director. "This is helping ensure that impaired drivers are removed from our roadways and everyone arrives to their destination safely." What are your rights when arriving at a police checkpoint Here is some information regarding police checkpoints, from Two previous checkpoints that used the revised model this year yielded 28 drunk driving arrests. July's checkpoints garnered three arrests in New Castle County, one arrest in Kent and seven in Sussex County. September's event yielded seven arrests in New Castle County, four in Kent County and six in Sussex. Contact Esteban Parra at (302) 324-2299, or Twitter @eparra3. Read or Share this story: ... (The News Journal)