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Mar 19, 2020

Plant of the Month: ‘Mahogany Splendor’ hibiscus - West Hawaii Today

Red-leaved hibiscus plants can be found at some local nurseries or requested through Margo Lundstrom (formerly of Sunrise Nursery) at 640-9191. If you know someone who has a plant, you can also ask for a cutting and grow your own. Seeking a Hibiscus acetosella plant for your garden will be time well spent. It will be a warm textural and colorful complement to your garden as well as adding some interesting accents to your food and drink. Once they start blooming, they will offer a chance for a special morning experience in your garden to see the flowers in their full open beauty. Diana Duff is a plant adviser, educator and consultant living part time in Kailua-Kona. Gardening Events Saturday: “Work Day at Amy Greenwell Garden” from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Meet at the Garden Visitor Center across from the Manago Hotel in Captain Cook. Volunteers will be able to help with garden maintenance and are invited to bring a brown bag lunch. Water and snacks provided. Call Peter at 323-3318 for more information. Farmer Direct Markets Wednesday: “Ho’oulu Farmers Market” 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Sheraton Kona Resort &Spa at Keauhou Bay Saturday: “Keauhou Farmers Market” 8 a.m. to noon at Keauhou Shopping Center “Kamuela Farmer’s Market” from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Pukalani Stables “Waimea Town Market” from 7:30 a.m. to noon at the Parker School in central Waimea “Waimea Homestead Farmers Market” from 7 a.m. to noon next to Thelma Parker Gym in front of Thelma Parker Library. Sunday: “Pure Kona Green Market” 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Amy Greenwell Garden in Captain Cook “Hamakua Harvest” 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Hwy 19 and Mamane Street in Honoka’a Plant Advice Lines Anytime: Tuesdays &Thursdays: 9 a.m. to noon at UH-CES in Kainaliu – 322-4892 ADVERTISING Mon., Tues. &Fri: 9 a.m. to noon at UH CES at Komohana in Hilo 981-5199 or Photos: Let's block ads! a href="http...

Mar 19, 2020

Eight places to see wildflowers in Southern California - Los Angeles Times

California Poppy Reserve, (661) 724-1180. $10 per vehicle; $9 with a senior (62 years and older) in vehicle; $5 with Disabled Discount Pass. Open sunrise to sunset. Wildflower season through May. No drones and no dogs (other than trained service animals). Advertisement Walker Canyon, Lake Elsinore The superbloom in 2019 brought many visitors to Walker Canyon.(Los Angeles Times) What needs to happen for a good bloom: Lots of rain, sunshine and some wind. This year poppies are germinating slowly, so a super bloom is unlikely.If the best happens: You may see hills blanketed with California poppies covering acres of desert chaparral. Blue dicks, yellow-petaled monolopias, beavertail cactus, wishbone bush, Coulter’s matilija poppies andspineflowers also grow here.Watch out for: Crowds. Last year’s superbloom drew so many visitors — about 150,000 on a mid-March weekend — that the trails looked like lines outside big-box stores on Black Friday. Carry plenty of water and stay on the trail to avoid rattlesnakes.Info: Walker Canyon; (951) 674-3124, Free public trails. No dogs except registered service animals. Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area What needs to happen for a good bloom: Above-average rainfall is essential. Fire is part of the natural ecosystem here, and the Woolsey fire in 2018 burned 88% of the recreation area. Wildflowers usually do well after a fire so this could be a good — but not spectacular — year. The peak occurs in April and May, with various species appearing until the end of June.If the best happens: You may see ceanothus, lupine, poppies, California encelia, sticky monkey flower, many species of phacelia, California goldfields, blue dick, matilija poppies and possibly rare chocolate lilies and bush poppies. Wildflowers line a trail in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.(Jason Armond / Los Angeles Times) Advertisement Watch out for: Rattlesnakes.Info: Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area; (805) 370-2301. Free guided wildflower hikes. Parts of the park are still closed because of the fire. Griffith Park What needs to happen for a good bloom: Lots of rain at specific times for different species.If the best happens: If you’re lucky, you may see mariposa lilies, delphinium larkspur and stands of penstemon. If not, visitors will see the regulars: California or bush sunflower and stands of phacelia. Watch out for: Poison oak, so stay on trails. Little shade. Carry water. Info: Griffith Park, (323) 644-2050. Open 5 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Dogs on leash at all times.No bicycles on trails. Chino Hills State Park figure class="Figure" readabilit...

Feb 27, 2020

Sunrise brings local flower power to Farmers Market | - Concord Clayton Pioneer

Concord farmers market are grown right here in California. Steve Fernandes brings fresh-cut flowers to the Concord farmers market from Sunrise Nursery in Watsonville. It’s important to seek out fresh-cut flowers that are locally grown, just as you would buy local produce. Purchasing imports means your selection is limited to flowers that can handle shipping and being out of water for several days. Growing and buying flowers locally gives consumers more of a selection. Plus, they are fresher, support the local community and have fewer “flower miles” – the distance flowers travel and the energy consumed in getting them from the place of production to our homes. Another reason to select flowers from a local source is that, just like with produce, you’re able to talk with the farmer who grew them. And locally grown flowers are usually less expensive than those imported from other states or countries. Perfect climate Half Moon Bay and Watsonville have the perfect climate for growing gorgeous flowers and plants. The closer to the source your purchase is, the better the product will be. Local nurseries and flower growers are proud of their offerings and work hard to achieve the best flowers and plants available. The Concord farmers market has wonderful, fresh-cut bouquets from Sunrise Nursery in Watsonville. Maria and Jose Fernandes started the nursery in 1985. Their sons Steve and Tim now operate the nursery on about 30 acres of open growing fields and in six acres of greenhouses. They produce more than 30 different varieties of cut flowers, from roses to sunflowers, carnations to chrysanthemums and everything in between. Fun flower facts Historically, flowers have meanings attached to them. Roses for love, daisies for innocence, sunflowers for adoration, or chrysanthemums for fidelity. Some flowers are edible. Nasturtiums, ca...

Jan 4, 2020

Saying it with flowers - The Hindu

Tamil Nadu and without, timed to reach the market before sunrise the next day. Prices per kilo are fixed by consensus, with the most abundant flower being the most affordable. Trading begins by 3.30am and carries on late into the night.Around 10 traders have their residences behind their stores on the street, making it a safe place for visitors at all hours, says Rangathurai.A few stalls away, is the PSM Pushpa Commission Mandi, where chrysanthemums and marigolds vie for attention with blush pink and yellow roses. “We have around 100 suppliers from Hosur, Rayakottai (Krishnagiri district), Dharmapuri and so on. We also have flower farmers based in Tiruchi district who deliver their stuff on two-wheelers every day. The more exotic flowers like roses are sourced from Bengaluru. Around 1 lakh small-time flower sellers outside Srirangam come to us for their stock,” says A Raja, proprietor of the 50-year-old agency.The profit of the previous day determines business for the next. Jasmine prices have been affected by the excessive rain this year. The jaadi poo, for instance, is selling for a steep ?100 per 100gm. Supply and demand“We already have an idea about which flower is in demand before we fix the price. Some flowers like sampangi (Polianthes tuberosa) and chrysanthemum are in over-supply this year, so they are going for ?50-60 per kg. On an auspicious day, it can go for up to ?300 per kg,” says Raja, adding that the market sells 1 tonne of flowers on a normal day, while it goes up to five tonnes during festivals. Garland makers at the Srirangam flower market. Photo: M.Srinath/THE HINDU The ongoing Vaikunta Ekadasi festival at the nearby Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple has added to the activity of the bustling market. Garland makers are in great demand now as custom-made floral accessories, especially the maalai to adorn deities in Vaishnavite temples, are sent from here daily to Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh for 10 days by refrigerated trucks.Functional purpose“People buy flowers...

Nov 9, 2019

Sunstone Spa Shows the Healing Power of the Rose - Palm Springs Life

Mommy-to-Be Massage, which incorporates a unique blend of rose maroc with ylang-ylang and other essential oils.) The blossoms are picked by hand at sunrise, when the oil yield is highest and the dew still settled on the flower. When the sunlight begins to intensify, the flowers are immediately transported to the distillery. It takes tens of thousands of petals to create one drop of rose extract; as a result, it remains one of the most expensive and sought-after ingredients in the beauty industry. A Powerhouse for All Skin Types Chemists have identified more than 440 different compounds in rose extract, making it extremely complex as well as popular for all skin types. It gently helps regulate and balance hormone production throughout the body, promotes circulation, and reduces blood pressure, adding a natural glow that cosmetics cannot mimic. PHOTOGRAPH BY GETTY IMAGES Rose extract also contains high levels of antioxidants, which neutralize free radicals and prevent premature aging. It’s a superb moisturizer, protecting the skin from dehydration and environmental toxins. Rose water with organic rose oil extract is a gentle antiseptic and astringent that refreshes skin after cleansing, restores a balanced pH level, and prevents blemishes. Anti-inflammatory properties enable rose oil extract to minimize redness, soothe irritation, and subtly reduce red spots and discoloration. • READ NEXT: Spa of America’s Top 100 Spas for 2018 Included Sunstone Spa. Noted health authority Deepak Chopra, MD, writes that “the sugars and natural oils found in rose petals trap moisture in your skin, making your skin look smoother and softer — just like the beautiful rose petals themselves.” As powerful as it is in beauty, rose extract is also known for balancing emotions and creating a sense of tranquility and calm. It has been extensively studied and proven to reduce cortisol levels, anxiety, and postoperative pain. The lovely scent creates feelings of comfort and relaxation and has a significant anti-depressant effect. In one of the most innovative spa treatments today, aestheticians combine organic rose extract with various formulations of the soft pink crystal rose quartz. Rose quartz is known for its use in attracting romance, easing heartbreak, and promoting self-love. In many ways, the crystal complements and reinforces the effects of rose extract, making the two the perfect combination for beautiful skin and self-confidence. B...

Jul 26, 2019

House of the Week: Flowers engulf this English inspired cottage in Pompey -

Jay said. The backyard is quiet and private, surrounded by trees, but the yard still gets a lot of sun for gardening. They see sunrises every morning, but by 5:30 p.m. every evening the sun dips behind the hill. Once the sun sets, the night blooming plants they have planted come to life. With very little light pollution from street lamps you can watch the fireflies and the stars.The woman that originally designed the home was very into English cottages and gardens, Jay said. The multiple gables and dormers along the roofline make the home stand out from others in the neighborhood.The house has also become a local marker on the street as it becomes engulfed with flowers every year. Garden tours and curious neighbors periodically stop to see what is growing at the home.“When the flowers are in bloom, we often get people who drive by slowly with someone in the passenger window taking photos of gardens. A runner recently came by and said the home looked like a French chateau to them,” Stewart said.They have two neighbors within view, catty corner to their home. While the neighbors are very quiet and do their own thing, one of their neighbors has a pond which is home to peepers and bullfrogs and other wildlife that can be heard singing in the summertime. The couple moved up from Florida for work, but now in retirement, they will head back to their native state to be near family. Jay said he will have a small garden, but won’t have the space to grow some of his favorite flowers.“I will miss the gardens and living in the country with all of its privacy. We’ll be moving to a retirement community so everything will be close, but the gardens will be smaller,” he said.Stewart laughed and said there will be less snow in Florida and he will miss looking out at the spruce trees flocked with snow in the wintery scene of their yard.“It’s our time to make our move. We’re ready to be closer to family,” Stewart said.There will be an open house on Sunday, July 14 from 12 p.m.-3 p.m.THE DETAILSAddress: 3411 Henneberry Rd., Jamesville, N.Y. 13078Price: $275,000Size: 2,262 square feetAcreage: 1.15 acresMonthly Mortgage: $1,474 (based on this week’s national average rate of 3.75 percent, according to Freddie Mac, for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage with a 20 percent down payment. Fees and points not included.)Total taxes: $7,708 (Based on assessed value of $210,000)Built: 1994School District: Fabius-PompeyKitchen: The kitchen has an open concept with a half circle island that has a breakfast bar on one side. There is space for an eat-in area. Bedrooms: The main house has two bedrooms on different sides of the home, each with their own ensuite bathroom and separate staircases. The outer building which they used as a studio and the beginnings of a gallery could also be used as a guest house or in-law apartment. There is runn...


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