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Order flowers and gifts from Del's Garden Center, Inc. located in Spencer IA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 1808 11Th St. S.E, Spencer Iowa 51301 Zip. The phone number is (712) 262-4917. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Del's Garden Center, Inc. in Spencer IA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Del's Garden Center, Inc. delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Del's Garden Center, Inc.
Address:
1808 11Th St. S.E
City:
Spencer
State:
Iowa
Zip Code:
51301
Phone number:
(712) 262-4917
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Sep 7, 2020

Princess Diana’s Favorite Flowers Have a Deep and Surprising Royal Symbolism - Vanity Fair

Harry and others in his family to honor his mother without saying a word because of their associations with Diana’s childhood and her family, the Spencers. On Monday, the 23rd anniversary of Diana’s death, Harry brought forget-me-not seeds from home when he and Meghan helped a preschool class on a gardening project.At the time of the wedding, Country Life reported that Harry himself picked some of the flowers from the gardens at Kensington Palace. Its White Garden was installed in 2017 to honor Diana’s memory 20 years after her death. During her life Diana didn’t publicly express enthusiasm for any particular flower, so when Kensington Palace decided to dedicate the garden to her, her friends and family were interviewed for a better idea of what she liked.One of her gardeners told The Telegraph about what it was like to work around the princess. “She never confessed to being a fantastic gardener,” said Graham Dillamore, who was a head gardener at the palace from 1984 to 1992, “but there were certain colors she liked in the garden: soft pinks, whites, yellows, pastel shades. She used to turn her nose up if I ever put red or deep purple flowers.”The tip that led the palace to choose forget-me-nots came from Diana’s younger brother, Charles, Earl Spencer. “Earl Spencer, Princess Diana’s brother, gave some forget-me-nots to her when they were younger,” head gardener Sean Harkin told Vogue in 2017. “They stayed with her as one of her favorite flowers, so it was important to include them.” In 2016, Earl Spencer told People that he gave Diana a white pot of blue forget-me-nots when he was six, and it was a lasting memory for him.A speaker at Diana’s funeral, Earl Spencer has devoted himself to keeping his sister’s memory alive and emphasizing her connection to the Spencer line. A week after her death on August 31, 1997, Princess Diana was laid to rest at Althorp House, the Northamptonshire estate that has been in her family since ...

Sep 7, 2020

Michael Jaques | Obituary | The Press Republican - Plattsburgh Press Republican

Keene Valley, N.Y., Michael was the son of George and Ellen "Nanny" Jaques. He is survived by his wife Piilani J. Jaques; daughter Lisa and husband Spencer Nye of Keene Valley, N.Y.; son Brad and wife Robin Jaques of Palm Coast, Fla.; grandchildren Tyler; Emma and wife Jess; Olivia and partner Scott; and great-granddaughter Ava Mae. His family was his pride and joy, and he was theirs. Michael was predeceased by his sisters, Ellen "Patsy" McDonough and Maureen Buysse, and half-brothers Lee and Gilbert Jaques. He is survived by many nieces and nephews. Michael was a proud member of the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States and Canada, Local 773 out of Glens Falls, N.Y., for over 50 years. He was a past member of the Keene Valley Hose Company and Keene Volunteer Fire Department. He was also a member of the downtown Keene Turtle Club. Michael will be remembered for his humor and quick wit. He had a love of classic cars and was an avid NASCAR fan. He enjoyed tooling around Palm Coast in his Jeep (one of 49 vehicles he owned in his lifetime), time on his lanai, and tracking travels in his atlas. He was known for his expressions, "HEY. What's goin' on here?" and "Don't worry, be happy." No services will be held at this time. In lieu of flowers, please raise a cold Busch Light. Published on August 31, 2020 ...

Jun 19, 2020

Flowers of Hope campaign supports Alzheimer’s walk - MPNnow.com

Mann, a board member of the Alzheimer’s Association, are spearheading the campaign.Walk volunteers David Gruszczynski, of Webster; Ron Martino of Spencerport; and Riesa Cassano and Patrick Sloan, of Pittsford, with support from Michel Cassagnol from the Knights of Columbus, are helping McGuire and Holland Mann spray-paint Promise Garden flowers on the driveways and sidewalks of the those participating in the campaign.McGuire lost her father to Alzheimer’s dementia; Holland Mann lost her grandmother to dementia and her father-in-law to Alzheimer’s dementia.“I joined the Walk to let my father know we are not giving up on his determination to find a cure,” McGuire said. “It was difficult to witness and live through my father’s disease. For every ounce of despair I felt, my participation in the Walk melted it away and made me feel I wasn’t alone. I continue to walk and raise money to help the incredible community of scientists find a treatment and a cure.”“For many folks, myself included, Walk is about hope,” Holland Mann said. “We raise money and walk, because we are faithful and hopeful that there will be a cure in our lifetime.”Every year on Walk day, participants honor those affected by Alzheimer's or another dementia with blue, yellow, purple and orange Promise Garden flowers. These flowers highlight the different reasons for taking part in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.The blue flower represents people like Bob Grabman, of Geneva; Jim Gulley, of Penfield; and Cynthia Huling Hummel, of Elmira, who are living with dementia. The yellow flower represents people like Maritza Buitrago, of Roch...

May 31, 2019

Novato Girl Scouts troop plants seeds of recovery for monarch butterflies - The Mercury News

A year after the troop finished construction on three garden boxes in May 2018, the plants were thriving. Anne Schmidt’s younger brother, Spencer, pointed out a large, yellow-striped monarch caterpillar sitting lazily on a shaded leaf. The troop will continue to maintain it and eventually pass it on to other troops. Molly Schmidt, who serves as one of the scout leaders along with Julie Mund, said the significance of a Bronze Star Award is that it creates a long-lasting benefit to the community and requires the troop to work with the community to do so. “I think being a Girl Scout, it’s pretty amazing you get to help the world and get to make the world a better place,” said Jessica Mund, 11, one of the eight scouts who worked on the project. “And meeting all these new people, it’s been just a wonderful experience.” Darlene Blackman, Marin Humane’s community engagement director, said Marin Humane plans to integrate the waystation and monarch butterfly education in its summer camp. While monarch butterflies’ situation seems dire, Monroe is hopeful that efforts like those of Troop 31068 will continue. “Last year everything stacked up against monarchs,” she said. “This year we’re hoping everything is going to go well. That’s typical of insects; they go for boom and bust cycles. So stay tuned.” Girl Scout Troop 31068 members Avery Palacios, Brianna Dagnino, Sophia Chiminello, N’dira James and Maizey O’Neill also worked to build the waystation. Novato Builders, Waste Management, Marin Chapter Markerspace, Marin School of Environmental Leadership and troop parents also contributed to the project. To learn more about creating monarch butterfly gardens and for information about recovery efforts, visit https://www.savewesternmonarchs.org/ Get Morning Report and other email newsletters Sign Up ...

Mar 29, 2019

Amaranthus Caudatus Is Weird, Otherworldly, and Our New Flower-Arranging Essential - Architectural Digest

As a florist and observer of nature, I love to find unconventional tools for my compositions,” says Carolina Spencer, founder of Barcelona-based Matagalán. Amaranthus caudatus is one of them. “When everything goes up, they fall, and their beauty is just that.”As Carolina Spencer demonstrates, Amaranthus caudatus commands you to stop and stare. Photo: Courtesy of MatagalánA single stem will do. Photo: Courtesy of Matagalán“I personally believe they add a unique movement to my arrangements. They seem to come from another planet not only because of their movement and way of growing but also because of their texture, like sugar cotton or a weird a small cloud just picked up from the universe and converted into a flower,” Carolina goes on. “People may think, Is this flower dead? Is it real or fake? And I love to make people question themselves.”In this arrangement by Marisa Competello, a cascade of Amaranthus caudatus in two colors resembles a long mane of hair. Photo: Courtesy of MetafloraMarisa Competello of cult favorite floral design studio Metaflora is also a fan. “I like to use it for its texture and drama,” she explains. We asked her for advice on how exactly to incorporate Amaranthus caudatus into a bouquet. “Typically, I like to use it spilling out of an arrangement onto a surface or table,” she says. Place the stems in water, like you would any other flower, then let them fall as they will.The award for most extra use of the plant has to go to Portland, Oregon–based artist and florist Manu Torres, who often paints the stems in vivid colors not norm...

Mar 15, 2019

See the Adorable Dessert & Flowers from Meghan Markle's New York City Baby Shower - HarpersBAZAAR.com

Genevieve Hillis hosted the party. Makeup artist Daniel Martin (who gave Meghan her wedding day glam), Amal Clooney, Gayle King, and Abigail Spencer also attended the celebration, where guests participated in a flower arrangement session. The final creations were donated to Repeat Roses per the duchess's request. The organization provides flowers to hospitals, hospices, nursing homes, and homeless shelters.Duchess Meghan will also have a second baby shower in the U.K. later this spring. ...

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