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Phillip's Flowers Elmhurst

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Business name:
Phillip's Flowers Elmhurst
Address:
526 Spring Rd
City:
Elmhurst
State:
Illinois
Zip Code:
60126
Phone number:
(630) 832-7161
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Flowers and Gifts News

Apr 4, 2021

International Women’s Day Marked With Special Delivery Of Flowers For Frontline Workers At Elmhurst Hospital - CBS New York

Injured After Ambulance Flips On Its Side In Brooklyn Tulips symbolizing love and charity were ready for delivery outside of NYC Health + Hospitals Elmhurst. “It brings hope,” said Josephine George, the hospital’s head of patient relations experience. “There is a positive future over COVID.” Murdock watched her load up the brilliant blooms and wheel them inside for handoff to what she calls the bedrock of the organization – the women who work there. “Seventy percent of employees are female. Perfect time to give and show appreciation,” said Petals For Hope founder Brittaney Sard. Sard founded Petals For Hope three years ago. The nonprofit rescues flowers from events and weddings, then repurposes them to bring joy to those who could use a little color in their world. LINK: Petals For Hope Monday’s handoff was somewhat different. U.S. tulip growers and European bulb suppliers donated the signs of spring to Petals of Hope so that 1,000 bouquets make into the hands of women on the frontlines. “Do these make you happy today?” Murdock asked. “They sure do,” said Chief Nursing Officer Joann Gull. “They bring a smile to all our staff. Spring is here, a time to rejoice and feel better, thanks to the vaccine.” Sard describes delivering the blooms Monday as emotional and overwhelming. “Seeing everything they’ve given – time with family, health – just to make sure we stay safe...

Jan 4, 2020

Marilyn Schott Obituary - St. Petersburg, FL | Tampa Bay Times - Legacy.com

NY on April 27, 1930. Her beauty even then was proven as she was a finalist in a Gerber Baby contest. She graduated from Newtown High School in Elmhurst, NY and married Frank in June 1949 at the historic St. James Episcopal Church in Elmhurst. In 1956, they moved into the comfortable Cape Cod style home that Frank built in Flushing, Queens. Marilyn's greatest joy was raising her children. She loved being a mother, teaching Sunday School at the First Presbyterian Church of Flushing as well as being a Teacher's Assistant in the New York school system. In 1984, Marilyn and Frank retired and moved to Dunedin, FL. They were avid travelers and took 35 ocean cruises and excursions to various ports around the world, including Hawaii, the Panama Canal, Mexico, Bermuda and most of the Caribbean. Their many journeys brought them great joy. Marilyn and Frank cruised so often that they received a Holland America cruise medallion for each sailing over 300 days. Upon moving to Shipwatch in early 2000, Marilyn enjoyed life in general. You could find her playing bridge, poker, or bingo, or attending many concerts at Ruth Eckerd Hall, especially when her favorite singer, Johnny Mathis sang love songs to which she and her devoted husband danced under the stars. Johnny Mathis would often end his concerts with an encore song "You'll Never Know", which was Marilyn and Frank's wedding song. She loved her friends, family pets, and her collectibles, especially turtles and giraffes. Marilyn was truly blessed...

Sep 19, 2019

Elmhurst Garden Walk: Stopping to smell the flowers - Chicago Daily Herald

Just how well they are faring will be on display Sunday, July 14, when the Elmhurst Garden Club presents its annual Elmhurst Garden Walk and Faire. Despite the challenges, chairwoman Penny O'Neill said that "the gardens are still appealing." O'Neill said three private gardens and two public ones will be open for viewing during the walk, with club members and the gardeners themselves directing visitors and answering questions. Visitors will learn how weather patterns have affected this growing season and what plant enthusiasts are doing to optimize garden health and beauty. The club is not making the garden sites public until the walk. "In spite of the erratic weather and so much rain, they have been successful," O'Neill said. "There are at least three of the private gardens and one of the public gardens that are dealing with stormwater issues. It addresses an issue many gardeners have these days. One of the public gardens is in plain view. It's a demonstration rain garden." It's been a tough season for many plant lovers, but the Elmhurst Garden Walk will demonstrate ways to meet those challenges. - Daily Herald file photo O'Neill said the walk, which goes from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., provides a chance to visit...

Jun 14, 2018

Man has a field of flowers for sale in Fort Wayne

They seem to know where I am," said Goss, who taught art and theater for 57 years at the former Elmhurst High School. Some customers have come to the Iris Man's house at 6311 Smith Road for decades, with up to 10 people showing up a day to get a typed list of his 17 rows of irises, with names like Boogie Woogie, Fortunate Son and Loop the Loop. Goss won't say how old he is, only that he's lived in the house since he was 2. The irises are the symposium list of the top 100 irises as selected by the American Iris Society's members. Prices range from 50 cents for the oldest registered irises such as 1927's blue purple Baldwin to $50 for the newest varieties, including Vanilla Frappe that's white and pale lavender with orange beards, the fuzzy-looking parts coming from the middle. Many of the irises cost around $4. Each iris' name is stamped into a metal sign, with Goss explaining the flowers follow where the sign is planted. Bloom season is April 27-June 15, with peak bloom time being around May 30, plus or minus a week. "We had a cold, wet and snowy springtime," Goss said. That will slow down the iris from emerging. On Saturday some blooms still hadn't opened. Meanwhile, Brandie Batchelder, a sign language interpreter at Wayne High School, said some ...

Jun 14, 2018

'Iris Man' Don Goss has a field of flowers for sale in Fort Wayne

They seem to know where I am,” said Goss, who taught art and theater for 57 years at the former Elmhurst High School. Some customers have come to the Iris Man’s house at 6311 Smith Road for decades, with up to 10 people showing up a day to get a typed list of his 17 rows of irises, with names like Boogie Woogie, Fortunate Son and Loop the Loop. Goss won’t say how old he is, only that he’s lived in the house since he was 2. The irises are the symposium list of the top 100 irises as selected by the American Iris Society’s members. Prices range from 50 cents for the oldest registered irises such as 1927’s blue purple Baldwin to $50 for the newest varieties, including Vanilla Frappe that’s white and pale lavender with orange beards, the fuzzy-looking parts coming from the middle. Many of the irises cost around $4. Each iris’ name is stamped into a metal sign, with Goss explaining the flowers follow where the sign is planted. Bloom season is April 27-June 15, with peak bloom time being around May 30, plus or minus a week. “We had a cold, wet and snowy springtime,” Goss said. That will slow down the iris from emerging. On Saturday some blooms still hadn’t opened. Meanwhile, Bran...

Apr 20, 2017

Spring Flower Show opens in Elmhurst's Wilder Park

Cantigny Park in Wheaton, the Morton Arboretum in Lisle -- there's also a relatively small and quiet place tucked away in Elmhurst's Wilder Park that may be worth a quick stop.The Wilder Park Conservatory at 225 Prospect Ave. has been an icon of Elmhurst since the 1920s. This weekend it opened its annual Spring Flower Show, which will continue through the end of the month.Because of a mix-up in deliveries and some unusually warm weather in February and early March, the 2017 show is a little different from those of the past. There are still Easter lillies, of course, although not quite as many as usual. And instead of spring bulbs that already have bloomed out, there's a new assortment of Asiatic lillies and Martha Washington geraniums to enjoy.The conservatory is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, admission is free, and for the next few weeks the place will just feel like spring.But this show has a short shelf life. Summer will be here before you know it and it will bring a whole new vibe as spring gives way to new displays at the conservatory and a season of red-hot, action-packed blockbusters. #article_video {width:100%;margin:25px 0;max-width:576px;overflow:hidden;} ... (Chicago Daily Herald)

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