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Order flowers and gifts from Red Geranium Floral & Gifts located in Lansing IA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 201 Main St, Lansing Iowa 52151 Zip. The phone number is (563) 538-3943. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Red Geranium Floral & Gifts in Lansing IA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Red Geranium Floral & Gifts delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Red Geranium Floral & Gifts
Address:
201 Main St
City:
Lansing
State:
Iowa
Zip Code:
52151
Phone number:
(563) 538-3943
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Jun 19, 2020

Evening Primroses: Watch the Magic - Columbia Star

Each flower lasts only one night and closes by mid-morning the next day. The 4-H Children’s Garden at the Michigan State University in Lansing, Michigan has featured a program called “Moonlight Magic’ where guests gather to watch the primroses bloom. Children can be heard making testable inferences like “the smaller flowers seem to open first” and “the flowers higher on the stem are slower to open.” Adults start counting blossoms and predicting which will open next. Swedish University in Uppsala is studying the evolution of Oenothera biennis defense in response to herbivory from deer and insects. The gardens at the John C. Campbell Folk School in the mountains of North Carolina have a population of ‘Tina James’ to tantalize students, teachers, and visitors. Several private home gardens in the midlands invite family and neighbors to view the evening primrose magic over the garden gate while practicing social distancing and wearing masks. Some gardeners cut the flowers before they open and bring them into a dimly lit house in the evening to encourage opening indoors. Now is the time to order evening primrose seeds for your garden. Both biennials are easy to grow in South Carolina. Direct sow seed in fall for the development of a basal rosette of leaves and strong root system. Plants thrive in full sun in well-drained sandy or loamy soil where they will reach 3-5’ tall. They do self-seed. Evening primroses have few pests or disease problems with good cultural practices. Evening pr imrose ‘Tina James’ has 4? wide fragrant flowers. The evening primrose clan has both day and night-blooming members. Use the scientific name when ordering night-blooming species. Garden centers rarely stock them because they aren’t blooming when customers are at the store. Bring magic to your garden at night with the luminous glow of evening primroses. Evening-Primrose Seedwww.hudsonvalleyseed.comwww.selectseed.comwww.southernexposure.com Common pr imrose is a native North Amer i...

Mar 29, 2019

In Bloom Festival of Flowers at the Springfield Museums - Afro American Point of View

April 4-Sunday, April 7, 2019 Museums À La Carte Lecture American Impressionism and the Garden Thursday, April 4, 12:15 pm Presenter: Amy Kurtz Lansing, curator, Florence Griswold Museum. American Impressionist painters delighted in depicting gardens as places for rest, rejuvenation, and creative experimentation. Gardens and the emerging field of garden design became avenues for navigating societal shifts underway during the Progressive era, a phenomenon expressed by American Impressionists on canvas. This lecture will explore the art of Childe Hassam, Willard Metcalf, Matilda Browne, and other Impressionists for whom the garden was a muse. $2 members; $4 nonmembers. Evening Celebration Culture & Cocktails Thursday, April 4, 5-8 pm Celebrate Festival of Flowers with signature cocktails and creative hors d’oeuvres. View the interpretive arrangements in the art and science museums while enjoying music, a floral demonstration by Durocher Florist, and hands-on activities. Visit The DIY Flower Workshop to create your own bouquet to take home. $10 members; $20 nonmembers. Sponsored by MassLive and The Republican. Reservations: Call 413.263.6800, ext. 379, or visit //SpringfieldMuseums.org/flowers. Ongoing Activities The DIY Flower Workshop Thursday-Sunday, 11 am-4 pm Bring Festival of Flowers home with you! Join Springfield Florists Supply staff and Museum educators to learn about cut flowers and design your own bouquet or arrangement. Presented by Springfield Florists Supply Docent Tours Friday-Sunday, 11 am-2 pm Join experienced docents as they discuss the interpretive floral arrangements and the museum objects that served as inspiration. Tours will begin on the hour. Visit the Welcome Center for locations. Music Series Friday-Sunday, 1-2 pm Enjoy an hour of atmospheric music while viewing the floral arrangements in the galleries. April 5 Classical guitar by Chris Eriquezzo April 6 A cappella by The Cat’s Chorus from the Community Music School April 7 The Pied Harpist Family Day Saturday, April 6, 10 am-4 pm Children will explore the world of flowers through hands-on activities. Prepare wildflower seeds for planting, arrange your own bouquet, dissect a flower, explore printmaking with plants, touch flowers from around the world and learn the language of flowers. HIGHLIGHTSFlower Workshop, 11 am-4 pmBring Festival of Flowers home with you! Join Springfield Florists Supply staff and museum educators to learn about cut flowers and design your own bouquet or arrangement. Wildflower Pods, 11 am-3 pmUse wildflower seeds, clay, and soil to prepare seeds for planting almost anywhere! Ongoing Activities Family Science Adventures, 11 am-2 pmExplore the Science Museum and find the Roving Scientist. You never kno...

Oct 26, 2018

Swonk's Flower Shop, downtown for 91 years, will close Saturday

Jeanette Schmid had worked at Swonk's since the 1960s when she was in high school. She took a break in 1994 when they moved to Lansing but came back to Battle Creek in 2002 when they bought the store. She's been running it ever since. "It's not a business that's real lucrative, so you can't really think about that part," Schmid said. "It's the satisfaction of doing it. So I thought about being a secretary, but that fell by the wayside, and I stayed with this as a career. I continued working in a flower shop in Lansing. I never left the flower business." Until now, when the Schmids decided it was time to retire. Jeanette Schmid will continue to work with flowers in her own garden at home. She has 12 flower beds that she's looking forward to filling with phlox, lilies, hollyhocks and more once spring returns. "They're miracles," Schmid said. "To watch a flower grow, come to life, bloom, and there's so many different kinds. They're a magnificent creation of God. And they're beautiful." Schmid incorporated her own flowers into Swonk's. When her blooms were doing well, she would cut them and add them to the arrangements she made for customers. "It's that personalized service that I strive for, and if, after service, they need a hug, they get one," Schmid said. Swonk's sits in a residential area, surrounded by houses and at least one happy neighbor. "It's the most wonderful experience because when I first moved there they were so welcoming, and every holiday, Thanksgiving, they'd give me a flower," said Doris Taylor, who moved next door ...

Sep 10, 2018

Burt Reynolds, actor and longtime Jupiter and Martin County resident, dies at 82

Treasure Coast theater community. The Palm Beach High School graduate, who was born in Lansing, Michigan, died Thursday at age 82. Donna Carbone, managing director at Burt Reynolds Institute for Film and Theatre in Jupiter, said Thursday a family member confirmed the actor's death. It was at 12:47 p.m. Thursday when the Martin County Sheriff's Communication Center in Stuart received a 911 call from Reynolds' home in the 16800 block of Southeast Federal Highway, according to the Sheriff's Office. The caller asked for medical help for an 82-year-old man who was having difficulty breathing. "Deputies and Fire Rescue personnel were dispatched to the home and made contact with Mr. Reynolds and his caretaker," sheriff's officials said. "Mr. Reynolds was subsequently transported to the hospital." Early Thursday evening outside Reynolds' home, which sits in the middle of vast fields of wilderness, two sets of flowers were perched near the front gate.​​​​​ More: Burt Reynolds death: Mark Wahlberg, Arnold Schwarzenegger and more celebrities react ...

May 24, 2018

Beautifying downtown Lansing one flower basket at a time

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - A sure sign of summer is when downtowns get spruced up with flowers hanging from light posts. Last year in downtown Lansing, 34 hanging baskets were put up. But this year, 76 flower baskets are adorning the light poles. You can see these on Washington Square from Lenawee St. to Ottawa St., and on Michigan Ave. from Capitol Ave. to the train tracks just east of Pere Marquette through mid-September. It's part of a downtown Lansing beautification project of the Public Spaces Committee of Downtown Lansing Inc. Fifty-four local businesses and organizations have sponsored the baskets and will be recognized with a nameplate accompanying the flowers. Here are the sponsors: Basket sponsors include: LEPFA (8 baskets), Gillespie Group (5), American Red Cross (5), Lansing Lugnuts (3), Lansing State Journal (2), The Nuthouse (2), Capital Area District Libraries (2),...

Apr 20, 2018

Take a Michigan day trip over spring break

Potter Park Zoo in Lansing is open every day of the year, except for Christmas.(Photo: Rod Sanford/Lansing State Journal)Want to take a short road trip with the kids over spring break? Here are some ideas for destinations that are all less than two hours away from Battle Creek.KALAMAZOOTake your little spies-in-training to the Kalamazoo Valley Museum for Top Secret: License to Spy. The interactive exhibit has kids solving puzzles and using technology. The museum is also hosting an exhibit of art from Little Golden Books. Spring break activities include a fairy tale craft with a twist from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. April 2 to 6. PRICE: Free. HOURS: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays; 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays. ADDRESS: 230 N. Rose St., Kalamazoo. WEBSITE: kvm.kvcc.eduSuper kids might be interested in the My Hero exhibit at the Kalamazoo Valley Institute for the Arts. After all, who doesn’t want to see what the Avengers look like as cats? Afterward, you could always swing by the Fanfare comic book store at 4415 S...

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