Florists in Cary, IL
Find local Cary, Illinois florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Cary 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.
Cary Flower Shops
103 W Main St
Cary, IL 60013
27 E Main St
Cary, IL 60013
Cary IL News
Oct 15, 2020
Obituary: Richard J. Harmon | Lewiston Sun Journal - The Bethel Citizen
Bob Bussiere, niece Vanessa Bussiere, and nephews Jacob and Ryan Bussiere all of Lisbon Falls; his brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Wayne and Caryn Westland, and niece Emily Westland, all of Lisbon; and many very special aunts and uncles; cousins; and friends that have become family.
He was predeceased by his loving wife, Jodie L. (Westland) Harmon; and his mom, Mary Joe Harmon.
Visitation will be held on Friday at The Crosman Funeral Home from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Holy Trinity Catholic Church on Saturday, Oct. 3rd at 11 a.m. Burial will be held at a later date.
Arrangements are under the care and direction of Crosman Funeral Home, 40 Main St., Lisbon Falls.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Richard’s memory to
The Holy Trinity
67 Frost Hill Avenue
Lisbon Falls, ME 04240, or
The Androscoggin Hospice House and Home Care
15 Strawberry Ave.
Lewiston, ME 04240
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Aug 3, 2020
Beyonce and Rihanna send Megan Thee Stallion flowers | Fox 11 Tri Cities Fox 41 Yakima - FOX 11 and FOX 41
The music star admitted it was “super scary” undergoing surgery following the incident earlier this month, and the star insisted she “didn’t deserve to get shot”.She said: “I was shot in both of my feet and I had to get surgery to get the s*** taken out, to get the bullets taken out.“I had to get surgery. It was super scary.”Megan also insisted the incident is “nothing to joke about”, after media personality Draya Michele, 35, apologised to her last week for making light of the situation.Speaking on an emotional Instagram Live, she added: “I see a lot of people painting fake a** narratives and making up stories, but I also see a lot of people being very supportive and sending prayers and I just really appreciate that.“It was just the worst experience of my life, and it’s not funny. It’s nothing to joke about and it’s nothing for y’all to go and be making fake stories about. I didn’t put my hands on nobody. I didn’t deserve to get shot.“Thank God that the bullets didn’t touch bones. They didn’t break tendons.“A b**** is alive and well and strong as f***.“I’m ready to get back to regular programming with my own hot girl s***.”50 Cent also said sorry to Megan after he shared a meme that made light of the incident. FOX41 Yakima©FOX11 TriCities©... Feb 28, 2019
10 romantic houseplants that say 'I Love You' - The Daily Courier
Heart Fern - Hemionitis arifolia is for the Valentine that enjoys fishbowls and terrariums. Present this fancy fern in an apothecary jar and, presto, you are the flavor of the month! "Fern-atics" prize this dwarf plant for its glossy heart-shaped leaves supported by thin black stems. Although it doesn't quite match the delta maidenhair fern (Adiantum raddianum) in the diva stakes, it is hard to maintain the kind of humidity this plant needs outside a terrarium setting, but it does grow well in a steamy bathroom.
5 - Heartleaf Philodendron has big and bold heart-shaped leaves. Large specimen are available growing up a mossy pole. This fast-growing plant needs misting regularly, so you might include a mister to your gift presentation.
6 - Hoya Hearts - Hoya kerrii, known as the sweetheart plant or Valentine Hoya, is a classic plant choice that is small but perfectly formed. It is as durable a plant as they come, don't drown it in water. Very few Hoyas grow beyond their original single leaf form, so they are perfect for terrariums and tiny windowsills. As gifts from those hoping their plant swill grow along with their relationships? NOT...
7 - Moth Orchids - Phalaenopsis can bloom up to six months at a time, making them far better value than a bouquet of soon-dead roses. They are undemanding, just water occasionally and place out of direct sunlight. Soft water or rainwater helps but isn't essential.
8 - Pitcher Plants - Nepenthes, carnivorous plants, are unusual gifts for those Valentines that book front row seats at the cinema to watch the latest horror flick. Bloody Mary is a compact pitcher plant with cute scarlet pitchers. Give it rainwater and sunlight, and it watch it catch a few flies along the way.
9 - String of Hearts - Ceropegia linearis was among the top of desired houseplants for 2018, and enthusiasm for this strange trailing plant continues to thrive. That can make it a bit tricky to find, but if you can lay hands on a specimen, it's a thoughtful choice that will set any houseplant enthusiast's heart racing. Despite the delicate appearance of its silver-engraved heart-shaped leaves held up by wire-thin stems, this is a tough plant that thrives in many spots of every home.
10 - Variegated Monstera - If Instagram is any indication, this is a must-have houseplant. If your Valentine is crazy for plants, your ability to source one of these as a Valentine's Day gift will surely seal your reputation as a partner who will go the extra mile.
Until next week, I'll be helping cus... Nov 15, 2018
Day of the Dead celebration set for Friday at Valley Hazen and Jaeger
Día de los Muertos with them will promote greater understanding of both their culture and the tradition.
"A lot of people think death is scary, but in our tradition death is everywhere," said Bocanegra. "We embrace it, knowing that death is just part of life."
... Nov 15, 2018
All Saints' Day customs in New Orleans are still a must, despite changes in the city
It is part of the circle of life. You come, you live and you go."Dawson-Walker knows visiting cemeteries can feel strange or scary, and she wonders if that is part of why some of the New Orleans Catholic traditions are fading."It's not an easy thing to visit a cemetery, because death is all around and you're just surrounded. But I believe it's a place of reverence. It's a place for resting your loved one's body, if that's what you choose to do. We all have different beliefs as to how we want to do things."Treating death as a transition and not an end is how Dawson-Walker and her family members choose to revere their deceased loved ones. "My oldest brother, when my uncle died a number of years ago in California, he had him buried next to a tree," Dawson-Walker says. "He told me just a couple of years ago, ‘I had lunch with Uncle Aubrey today.' I said, ‘How is he doing?' He said, ‘Oh, he's quite well, I went out and I had my chair and I had my lunch. The tree is beautiful and I read awhile.'""And so that's how we think of it, and that's how we hold onto them. It's a cultural thing too, how you were raised and how you feel about your people and how you want to hold them dear," Dawson-Walker says. "I love the acknowledgment of All Souls' Day, the altars, the special prayers, the candles and lifting up those who have gone on."
... Jun 14, 2018
Berlandiera lyrata), hardy to Zone 4. It blooms at night, leaving its lingering scent of hot cocoa for you to drink up in the morning.Several Cary Award-winning plants are known for their fragrance. This year's winner, native Bottlebrush Buckeye (Aesculus parviflora), has sweetly scented white flower spikes, is hardy to Zone 4 and grows in the shade. It is a good-sized shrub reaching 6 to 8 feet tall and deer don't seem to bother with it.Last year's winner was Korean Abelia (Abelia mosanesis). It is a small shrub that grows 4 to 6 feet tall and is hardy to Zone 4. It has no pests or disease problems and deer shun its glossy leaves. Once established it tolerates dry conditions and its extremely fragrant pale pink flower clusters attract butterflies.Native shrub Summersweet (Clethra alnifolia) is a previous Cary winner that grows in part shade, likes a wet location, and has luscious smelling flowers. Look for white or pink Ruby Spice. They bloom July and August, grow 4 to 8 feet tall and wide and are hardy to Zone 4. We have both and can vouch for their carefree nature and wonderful scent.If you love the look of wisteria but were afraid to try it, look for 2014 Cary winning American Wisteria (Wisteria frutescans). Unlike the aggressive-growing Asian varieties bent on world domination, this one only grows 10 to 12 feet a year and can be kept in check with annual pruning once it has finished flowering. Native to Texas, it has purple or white racemes of sweetly scented flowers that hang down in clusters from the vines.You can't go wrong with a Cary Award winner. They have been fully vetted and chosen for their excellent performance in New England gardens. To see all the past winners, go to caryaward.towerhillbg.org.Talking about vines don't overlook honeysuckle, annual sweet peas, sweet autumn clematis or the hyacinth-scented corkscrew vine (Vigna caracalla).If you can find the bulbs, you have to try Acidanthera. Also called Abyssinian glad or peacock orchid, it is in the gladiola family and is easily grown from bulbs each year. Other than its sword-like foliage, it doesn't look like a glad at all, but more like an exotic white orchid with a maroon throat. Tuck the bulbs into flower beds between other plants and when they blossom in late summer or early fall you will be surprised by how pretty and fragrant they are. Each bulb bears several flowers that are good for cutting.Become inspired to add plants for your other senses by reading Tovah Martin's new book The Garden in Every Sense and Season in which she encourages us to fully enjoy our gardens using all our senses – sme...