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Order flowers and gifts from Mums The Word Florist located in Dunedin FL for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 1279 San Christopher Dr, Dunedin Florida 34698 Zip. The phone number is (727) 734-8900. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Mums The Word Florist in Dunedin FL. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Mums The Word Florist delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Feb 1, 2020

New chapter for city's oldest florist - Otago Daily Times

Dunedin's, and possibly the country’s, oldest florist has shut its doors — but not for good. Miss Reid Floral left its old shop in the Octagon on Christmas Eve and has moved to an office at 418 Princes St. However, it no longer has a shop front; customers have to make their orders online. ‘‘We’re moving our business from being a walk-in in the middle of town to be somewhere people will come and look at art and can buy stuff online or call us and we’ll deliver flowers,’’ owner Jacqui Margetts said. Going online would mean Ms Margetts, the only full-time florist in the shop, could be more flexible with her time, rather than standing at a counter. She said the flower orders would be fresher as well. ‘‘Online means that the customers can get the freshest flowers because if we’re not buying in bulk ... you make an order and we’re going to pick out those flowers especially for you and that will be the same morning. And so the flowers last longer. ‘‘There’s a flexibility to not being t...

Jan 4, 2020

Marilyn Schott Obituary - St. Petersburg, FL | Tampa Bay Times -

Presbyterian Church of Flushing as well as being a Teacher's Assistant in the New York school system. In 1984, Marilyn and Frank retired and moved to Dunedin, FL. They were avid travelers and took 35 ocean cruises and excursions to various ports around the world, including Hawaii, the Panama Canal, Mexico, Bermuda and most of the Caribbean. Their many journeys brought them great joy. Marilyn and Frank cruised so often that they received a Holland America cruise medallion for each sailing over 300 days. Upon moving to Shipwatch in early 2000, Marilyn enjoyed life in general. You could find her playing bridge, poker, or bingo, or attending many concerts at Ruth Eckerd Hall, especially when her favorite singer, Johnny Mathis sang love songs to which she and her devoted husband danced under the stars. Johnny Mathis would often end his concerts with an encore song "You'll Never Know", which was Marilyn and Frank's wedding song. She loved her friends, family pets, and her collectibles, especially turtles and giraffes. Marilyn was truly blessed with "a life well lived". Marilyn is survived by her daughter, Karen (Thomas) Head and family, of Schenevus, NY; two sons, Timothy (Patricia) Schott of Leesburg, VA; her primary caregiver, Wendell Schott of Belleair Beach, FL; several grandchildren, including Elisabeth (Adam) Ferguson of New York, NY, and Timothy Schott of Leesburg, VA; nieces and nephews, including Lance (Valerie) Wegener of New Port Richey, FL; and many devoted loving caregivers. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank in March 2014. Marilyn was a refined woman of grace and compassion, beautiful and yet modest, a true lady always. She was full of cheerfulness and lit up any room with her smile, energy, and optimism. She brought care and comfort to so many that were in need. Per Marilyn's wishes, there will be no memorial service. For all those who knew her, please offer a prayer of thanks for how Marilyn touched your life. In lie...

Feb 28, 2019

A big and beautiful bloom - Otago Daily Times

Dunedin Horticultural Society President Colin Morton poses with this year's champion dahlia at Dunedin's combined Horticultural Society Summer Flower Show and Dunedin Dahlia Circle Show this weekend.The dahlia, about 25cm across, was entered by Waikouaiti couple Wayne and Donna Burgess. Mr Morton described it as "beautiful" and said several other flowers were also unusually large in size. "We haven't had the bigger [dahlias] like that before in quite a few years," Mr Morton said. Rows of roses, cacti and succulents and elaborate, delicate flower arrangements were among more than 400 entries on display at the show, which was held at the Forbury Park Raceway. "There were over 200 entries in the dahlias [and] there were probably 220 entries in the horticultural show," he said.

Nov 28, 2018

'Nepeta' brings garden scent and colour - Otago Daily Times

A sprawling growth habit makes them good for softening hard lines, whether cascading over rocks or edging garden borders. At Dunedin Botanic Garden, the darker blue flowering Nepeta racemosa ‘Superba' (pictured) is planted repeatedly along the edge of the long herbaceous border at garden's corner. In the blue colour border is Nepeta racemosa ‘Walker's Low', with an upright flowering habit and long spikes of deep violet to lilac blue flowers. In the rose garden species bed is the taller variety Nepeta ‘Six Hills Giant'. - Garden Life is produced by Dunedin Botanic Garden. For further information contact Linda Hellyer.

May 24, 2018

Dainty one keeps on flowering

Alsobia dianthiflora is one of those great little plants that seems to just keep on flowering.Generally starting in spring, it is still flowering at Dunedin Botanic Garden well into autumn. Alsobia has dainty white-frilled flowers that look as if they have been somewhat shredded, poking out from among the foliage. Native to Mexico and Costa Rica, it is best grown as an indoor plant or house plant in Dunedin, but it will tolerate temperatures as low as 4degC. It is a perennial with reddish stems and soft, downy, deep-green succulent leaves, often with reddish veins which are very prominent on the back of the leaf. It doesn't like water sitting on the leaves, so it is best to water early in the day or from beneath, as you would with African violets, to which Alsobia is closely related. Alsobia dianthiflora looks great with its foliage trailing over the side of a pot, so is ideally suited to hanging baskets. Alsobia dianthifolia likes bright light, but not full sun from the hottest part of the day. It is an easy-care plant that likes a free-draining soil that is able to dry out a little between waterings, and can even handle some...

Feb 8, 2018

Corpse plant flower opens in Dunedin

Photo credit: Newshub, file The corpse plant flower at the Dunedin Botanic Garden has opened.Famous for producing one of the world's largest flowers and a nauseating smell, comparable to rotting flesh, the flower is expected to draw large crowds.Dunedin City Council says people can visit the plant at the winter garden glasshouse, which will be open for extended hours until 8:30pm on Saturday, and on Sunday from 9am to 8:30pm.Botanic Garden team leader Alan Matchett said the flower began opening just after 12pm on Saturday. By the evening the flower wasn't yet fully opened but the smell was there.The plant was gifted to the garden 10 years ago and this is the first time it has flowered."There's not much time to see it; the flower only lasts around 24 to 36 hours," Dunedin Botanic Garden Collection curator Stephen Bishop has said.He said it was worth a visit because the gardens had no idea when it might flower again in the future.The first time a corpse flower opened in New Zealand was at the Auckland Domain Wintergarden in 2013 and thousands of people flocked to see and smell the rare plant.NZN... (Newshub)


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