Florists in Beattie, KS
Find local Beattie, Kansas florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Beattie 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.
Beattie Flower Shops
719 Main St
Beattie, KS 66406
Beattie KS News
Jul 26, 2019
A. Gregory Obituary - Los Altos, CA | San Francisco Chronicle - Legacy.com
Darleen (Bill) Eagleton, Colleen (Steve) Mills, her 8 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren, her sisters Judith Lewis and Lorna Brodie and brother Pat Beattie. Lorraine lived a wonderful life, she will be missed.A private Celebration of Life for Lorraine was held Friday, June 7, 2019, where after, Lorraine and Norris were placed at peace together.With the joy of our family, friends and each other, our lives were filled, our cups ran over, and now we say goodbye. Thank you to all who shared in our lives.Weep not for us but rejoice in the good memories we made.Norris Gregory Aug 17, 1927 – Aug 13, 2006A. Lorraine GregoryAug 26, 1932 – Jan 11, 2019... Apr 20, 2018
Halifax County Flower Show produces showstoppers
Moore's handiwork, also attracted attention.A pachypodium Moore raised from seeds received a Christine Beattie Medal from judges "for vibrancy, prime condition and perfection of grooming."... (Daytona Beach News-Journal)Mar 23, 2018
Big winner in Halifax Country Flower Show plants gardening passions in others
They call me the hoarder of plants.”At the flower show on Wednesday, March 21, at the Oceanside Country Club, Moore earned the Catherine Beattie Medal, which values a plant’s vibrancy, prime condition and perfection of grooming; the Clarissa Willemsen Horticulture Propagation Award, showcasing a plant in prime condition with flawless grooming that’s difficult to grow; and the Rosie Jones Horticulture Award, featuring a plant of exceptional visual appeal that reflects the spirit of growing with joy and enthusiasm.“It’s the competition; it’s not really about winning,” Moore said. “And also, being able to educate people about how much fun plants can be. You can go out and see a flower and say, ‘Ah, this is gorgeous,’ then you feel good because this flower looks so beautiful.”Moore said she likes “weird” plants — ones you wouldn’t normally see, like Pachypodium, native of Madagascar, for which she earned the Catherine Beattie Medal.On a different table, a blue ribbon winner of Moore’s features a variety of succulents planted intricately into a piece of wood, which Moore said is a base she challenges herself with.“I go to different lumber yards, and sometimes I’ll find just little pieces of wood thrown around,” Moore said. “But it has to either be hard wood or an old piece of cypress or an old piece of red wood because those don’t rot.”After finding wood that meets her standards, she sits it down in her home and leaves it there for months at a time before using it for her gardening.She said that eventually, she’ll walk by the piece of wood and just suddenly know what she wants to make of it — a master gardener’s instinct.Moore said educating the public about gardening is part of why she loves the pastime.“I think children need to get more involved in gardening,” she said. “Obviously, school gardens are a big help because it teaches children where plants come from and what they should eat versus what not. And also, we teach people how not to use pesticides, not to overwater, there’s a lot involved with plants; it’s not just growing.”...Oct 21, 2016
Rail volunteers praised for use of flower power
Melrose Rotary Club, Galashiels Community Council, Gala in Bloom and Scotrail.
Ms Grahame said: “I was delighted, along with my colleague Colin Beattie, MSP for Midlothian North and Musselburgh, to welcome representatives from the adopt-a-station scheme to Parliament.
“It was a real pleasure to meet the individuals behind the hard work we often take for granted as we travel up and down the Borders Railway.
“The newly-constructed railway stations along the line looked bare right after construction.
“These volunteers quickly set to work and have transformed the appearance of the stations with colourful flowers and vegetation, enhancing the entire journey experience for visitors and commuters alike.
“I wanted to congratulate these groups for taking the initiative and brightening up our railway to make it something we can all take pride in.
“There was also a range of issues raised during the lunch meeting, and I have undertaken to take these up with Scotrail.”
Phil Verster, managing director of Scotrail, also congratulated the groups on their work at stations including those at Stow, Galashiels and Tweedbank, saying: “We are delighted at the range and variety of floral displays which are already helping give the stations individual character.
“What we have is a journey where the charm of the passing countryside is enhanced by the welcoming smile that greets the traveller at every stop along the way.”
Ms Grahame’s guests included Make Stow Beautiful’s Jack MacKenzie, Galashiels Community Council’s Judith Cleghorn, Gala in Bloom’s Ronnie Murray and Melrose Rotary Club’s Sylvia Grun... (The Southern Reporter)Feb 3, 2016
Ahead of the Class
Change Your Life!" relationship class and book study based on the teachings of Louise L. Hay ("You Can Heal Your Life"), Iyana Vanzant and Melody Beattie will be facilitated by Rhonda J. Felix. The class will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays this week through March 22 at Soul Space Renewal Center, 483 S. High St., Wailuku. We need to know what needs to be changed in our belief system to move into forgiveness and out of co-dependency. Cost is $200, plus books. For more information, call 205-8302.
* "The Art of Melting Conflict in all Relationships" with Lee Shapiro will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in Kihei. This seminar offers valuable tools on how to effectively resolve conflict and to get our needs met in romance, family and work. Cost is $25 with reservation, or $35 at door. For more information, call 268-1000.
* Adult watercolor art classes with Barbara Steinberg will be from 3 to 5 p.m. Sundays Jan. 24 through April 24 in Kihei. Beginning- to intermediate-level participants will learn to paint tropical flowers, scenery , fish and animals. For a supply list and more information, call 269-6845.