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Business name:
Tristle Tlf-De Bloemen Huis
Address:
1338 Main Street Suite Ste
City:
Newton
State:
Iowa
Zip Code:
50208
Phone number:
(641) 628-8278
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Jun 22, 2019

For the Love of Flowers, and Photos - http://www.we-ha.com

Peter Oddo’s West Hartford home Wednesday morning following Tuesday’s rain. Photo courtesy of Peter Oddo By Ronni Newton West Hartford resident Peter Oddo started gardening as a hobby decades ago as a break from the intensity of his job as a construction superintendent. But Oddo, who at age 81 walks six miles a day – three miles each the morning and three miles each afternoon – doesn’t do many things in a small way. Oddo has lived in his cozy ranch house in West Hartford for 35 years, and the quarter-acre lot is brimming with hundreds and hundreds, if not thousands, of flowering plants – too many to count, he said – dozens of different varieties in every color of the rainbow. Peter Oddo, 81, stands in the backyard of his West Hartford ranch home, where flowers are planted in hanging baskets in early spring. By the time summer is in full swing, the entire yard will be blooming. Photo credit: Ronni Newton Earlier this spring Oddo showed off his yard, but apologized that it wasn’t not fully ready for photographs yet. He pointed out the buds on the rosebushes along his front walkway that should burst in to bloom by early June. The front yard also features 35 hydrangeas, including several rare climbing hydrangeas, bearded irises, clematis, and lilies, even tree lilies. While Oddo’s front yard already boaste...

Jul 6, 2018

Explore Independent Cambridge: The Cambridge Flower School

The Cambridge Flower School. It's not hard to see why the school – located within Edwardian manor house Newton Hall – is so popular, it attracts pupils from as far afield as Mauritius and Shanghai.Crossing the threshold, you're hit by the heavenly scent of perfumed blooms, and inspiration is all around, vases bursting with huge lime hydrangea heads, heady stocks, bright ranunculus and cheerful chrysanthemums.Owner Sarah Clerke and fellow teacher Gussie Sneddon are warmth personified, incredibly passionate and knowledgeable. Teaching is Sarah's first love; she started her career as a graphics teacher before retraining as a florist, and has a wealth of experience, having owned two florist shops and worked all over Europe as a project manager for a teleflorist.The school launched four years ago after Sarah began teaching floristry to friends, and her classes were in such demand, she outgrew the venues. Starting off with a few workshops – Halloween pumpkins and hand tied bouquets – the team now teach a staggering selection of courses, ranging from an evening wedding bouquet workshop, to a week-long intensive career course, aimed at those considering venturing into commercial floristry, and covering all aspects, from flower buying to website desi...

May 24, 2018

Annual Art in Bloom festival bursts with art, flowers and music

Dance Arts Academy will perform Saturday on the Bartlett Street Stage. On Sunday, Blue Lightning, Saucy, Deja Neaux, and David Pinsky and Phil Newton, with the Over the Moon band, will perform.There will be plenty of room for dancing.Not far from the Commons Stage is the Kids Zone on Central Avenue near Middleford Yarn Store where the younger set can enjoy petting zoos, jump houses and lots more. See ponies, ducklings and chicks at Hope Ranch’s mini-ranch. Nature Joe will entertain kids with his collection of live lizards, snakes, a hedgehog and more. Annie the Clown will present interactive puppet theater and brighten up kids’ faces with her face painting.Stop by ScienceWorks’ station to conduct curious experiments, and plant a flower for your mom courtesy of the Grange Co-op.A nonprofit art organization, Art in Bloom is committed to art education and has funded art projects and student awards at high schools in Medford, Phonix and Grants Pass. This year, the organization will support creative endeavors for Logos Charter School, Valley School and Walking Tall youth programs.See art-in-bloom.com for more information.

Jul 27, 2017

Groomsmen die in wreck a day before wedding

Joyful pictures of the wedding of Tyler Busenitz and Shelby Mork were posted online Sunday by Newton photographer Paula Graves Unruh, who commented, “God indeed filled their hearts with joy even in the midst of intense sorrow.Sorrow and joy also were comingled in many tributes from family, friends, classmates, and others that acknowledged each victim’s Christian faith and leadership.A tribute written by Wiebe’s family and addressed to him described him as a “content young man” throughout his life and said he and his cousins were “inseparable best friends.”His two years at Calvary University were filled with personal growth, love, and a deepening of his faith, the tribute said. It ended with a final affirmation of the family’s faith:“God had the perfect plan for you, Kameron, and a future and hope far beyond anything we could have ever dreamed or desired for you. We know you are loving the plan God had in store for you. We love you, Kameron Dean, and we cannot wait to see you again! Until heaven… your loving family.”Visitation for Wiebe was Tuesday at Emmaus Mennonite Church in Whitewater, with services scheduled for 10:30 today, also at the church.Visitation and services for Neal will be Saturday and Sunday at Waxahachie Bible Church in Waxahachie. (Marion County Record)

Jun 2, 2017

A double whammy: two corpse flowers produce stinky scent in rare dual blossoming at the Chicago Botanic Garden

They are beautiful and big," added daughter Elle Missil, 12. "These are different than any other plant. Most plants smell pretty good."Gloria Newton of Lake Forest also came to take a look."I've never seen anything like this, especially with the pollination," Newton said. "The magnitude of the process and size of these flowers is amazing."Corpse flowers don't always blossom as expected. The garden's Spike failed to bloom in August 2015, but Alice did so a month later, followed by Sprout in April 2016.Garden senior scientist Greg Mueller said the reason why so many titan arums in the garden's collection have bloomed "is they are all the same age, so they are just mature and ready to bloom."He added he had no idea when the next one will bloom and did not know how often it would occur.Vitt said she doesn't expect another bloom anytime soon."Every time one of these plants blooms, it provides another opportunity to learn more about their life history, which we would never learn unless we were in the jungle islands of Sumatra," Vitt said. "This is a wonderful experience."Daniel I. Dorfman is a freelancer for Pioneer Press. (Chicago Tribune)

Mar 30, 2017

Hundreds take on Marathon course before big day

Town Common before heading on an 18- to 21-mile training run, dubbed Hop 21, just before Heartbreak Hill in Newton. They'll wait until April 17 to conquer that feat during the full 26.2 miles. Maria Pellegrine-Proia, 35, of Newton, wore a neck warmer to stay cozy during her long run. She got the bib in December to run her second Boston and will raise $5,000 for the Newton Police Memorial Association."It was a Christmas gift," she said of the bib. Like most, this will be her last long training run before Marathon Monday. As a New Englander, she said she's prepared to run in anything. "Now it's tapering down," she said of her training plan. "It's less, less, less."Pellegrine-Proia, along with Grace Calore, 44, of Waltham, came prepared with hand warmers and duct tape shoes to protect against the puddles. She ran the Marathon in 2012 and is raising $20,000 for Massachusetts Eye and Ear. The team is hoping to raise $500,000."The team has already raised $300,000," she said. "We are going to crush our goal."Coming all the way from Brazil, Nivardo Nepomuceno Sobrinho, 56, didn't let the weather stop him from wearing shorts. He said he's run five marathons in the past two years, Rio De Janeiro, Boston, Chicago, New York and Las Vegas. Toyko is next.He planned to run 22 miles Saturday. He said he has no problem running in the cold, but the hardest part is the wind hitting his eyes and keeping his hands warm. "It is very hot in Brazil," he said. As for the Boston Marathon, he said the course is the best part. Quirke said she hopes to run this year's race in 4 hours and 15 minutes."The amount of people and the fans," she said is her favorite part of running the Marathon. "It is just an incredible experience." Jonathan Phelps can be reached at 508-626-4338 or jphelps@wickedlocal.com. Follow him on Twitter @JPhelps_MW. (Wicked Local Waltham)

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