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Florists in Clarion, IA

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

Clarion Flower Shops

Cornerstone Florist

101 1St Avenue Northeast
Clarion, IA 50525
(515) 602-6333

Hearts And Flowers

110 North Main Street
Clarion, IA 50525
(515) 532-3943

Clarion IA News

Nov 9, 2019

'Place between heaven and earth:' Hospice Ministries in Ridgeland delivers flower ministry - Clarion Ledger

Nell Luter Floyd Special to Clarion Ledger Published 6:00 AM EDT Oct 15, 2019 Volunteers at Hospice Ministries in Ridgeland put their creativity to work every Monday and Friday morning. Each volunteer selects a bouquet of flowers wrapped in cellophane, pulls it from a bucket of water and then trims the ends of the flowers so they will soak up more water. Next, comes the choice of a vase and the assembly of the blossoms and greenery. Such is the work of the flower ministry, which places arrangements in patient rooms and throughout the facility.

Jul 5, 2019

Could a 'little-known' Mississippi law get Curtis Flowers out on bail? - Jackson Clarion Ledger

Alissa Zhu Mississippi Clarion Ledger Published 4:00 AM EDT Jul 3, 2019 The new lawyer for a Mississippi man who has been tried six times for the same crime — the murder of four employees at a furniture store in 1996 — believes a state law can help get Curtis Flowers out on bail. The law appears to require judges to set bail in capital cases where there have been two mistrials. Flowers had two mistrials. In his fourth and fifth trials, the juries could not reach a unanimous decision on his guilt or innocence. His four other trials ended with guilty verdic...

Nov 15, 2018

At Home: Designer opens home for CASA Homes for the Holidays Tour

Borjons’ Santa collection, traditional and rustic decor in reds and greens and touches of snowy, frosted details throughout their Clarion Woods residence.The exterior of the home will be decorated as well, using urns and fresh greens, and a screened-in porch at the rear of the house will also receive the holiday treatment.“We’re pretty traditional in our tastes, so the house will reflect that,” Borjon said. “We have three kiddos, so usually in our home, the holidays are all about the kids and our family. It’s fun to use some of the things we’ve collected over the years.”The Christmas tree in the informal living room will be selected by the Borjon children during the family’s annual tree farm visit and will be adorned with handmade ornaments created each year they have been in school.Although the informal living room is the family’s favorite space in the house, most of their holiday traditions happen in the formal living room. This is the room where Santa leaves his gifts and where the family gathers to read Christmas stories on Christmas Eve, and it will feature a second tree decorated in a red and green color scheme.“One of the reasons we love this house is because it’s very open, and we love to see it decorated for the holidays,” said Stacie.The Borjons encourage the public to come to the tour to get into the spirit of the season and be inspired with new ideas for their own holiday decorating, but most importantly, to support CASA.“It’s a great cause and a way that we can share our talents,” Borjon said.New to the tour this year, the WIBW Sweet Treats Bakery is an opportunity for visitors to purchase baked goods prepared by area partners. All proceeds from the bakery and tour ticket sales will benefit CASA of Shawnee County, whose mission is to recruit, train and supervise volunteers who advocate for local children who are in the court system because of abuse or neglect.“The Homes for the Holidays Tour is CASAȁ...

Aug 17, 2018

Kenai debates adding sign to Lawton Acres' Field of Flowers

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Oct 5, 2017

Piedmont Avenue florist to hand out bouquets to brighten commuters' day

Petal It Forward” program is in response to data by the Society of American Florists showing the positive emotional benefits of flowers.Like the Montclarion Facebook page for neighborhood news and conversation from Montclair and beyond.The J. Miller Flowers and Gifts’ “Pedal It Forward” team will give commuters an extra flower bouquet to share with a loved one, coworker or even a stranger.“We see the positive impact day in and day out when we make our flower deliveries,” said Valerie Lee Ow of J.Miller Flowers and Gifts, 4416 Piedmont Ave. “People love to receive flowers ‘just because’ so we wanted to create random smiles today, and give people a chance to do the same for someone else.”... (East Bay Times)

Sep 22, 2017

Freebie flowers and plants from far-off places

These normally docile individuals transform into quirky beasts with spades upon hearing this clarion call: “Free plants!”What’s the source of free plants in this day and age when garden centers appear to be vying with luxury car dealers in affixing astronomical price tags to their goods?Check out your own yard where wind-blown seeds may have landed, sprouted and taken root. Depending on outlook, a gardener may dub these arrivals as “volunteers” or “invading nuisances.”Volunteers may be nurtured where they’ve appeared by happenstance or carefully transplanted to suit your needs or whims. Over the years on my rural Agoura growing grounds, the volunteers have included Mexican fan palm, self-seeded from a neighbor’s tree; rock rose, widely self-seeded from my original plantings; and toyon, a handsome native tree that showed up out of the blue amid my oleander hedge.The toyon has creamy white flowers in summer and red berries in late fall, the latter a magnet for birds that then become feathered planters of the berries’ seeds.There is one particular climbing rose—a humble old variety with long thorny canes and small ruffled dark burgundy flowers— that also has turned up in numerous rural Agoura yards. A particularly tenacious volunteer, it can be found growing thro...