Florists in Garden City, KS
Find local Garden City, Kansas florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Garden City 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.
Garden City Flower Shops
519 W Mary St
Garden City, KS 67846
906 N. Tenth St
Garden City, KS 67846
Garden City KS News
Jun 2, 2017
King Kullen Expands Its Shop OnLine Delivery Service
Nassau County, many parts of Suffolk County, and select areas of Queens. Pickup service is available at the Bay Shore, Bridgehampton, Garden City Park and Island Park store locations. King Kullen's Shop OnLine program makes grocery shopping easy and convenient. Trained personal shoppers choose the freshest perishables and quality grocery items for customers who have ordered groceries online. This personalized service is available to customers in many parts of Long Island and several neighborhoods in Queens. King Kullen's Shop OnLine allows customers to place a grocery order as far out as two weeks, or with as little as four hours' notice. Joseph W. Brown, King Kullen's Senior Vice President of Sales and Merchandising, commented that it is rare to find a same-day grocery delivery service on Long Island, let alone one where personal shoppers pick items with such a high level of care.The Bay Shore King Kullen now offers delivery to Amityville, Babylon, Bay Shore, Bellmore, Brentwood, Brightwaters, Commack, Copiague, Deer Park, East Islip, East Massapequa, Farmingdale, Islip, Islip Terrace, Lindenhurst, Massapequa, Massapequa Park, Merrick, North Bellmore, North Great River, North Massapequa, North Merrick, North Wantagh, Oakdale, Plainedge, Seaford, Wantagh, West Babylon, West Islip, West Sayville, Wheatley Heights and Wyandanch. The Bridgehampton King Kullen is delivering to Amagansett, Brid...Apr 20, 2017
Stop and smell the flowers
Guests will also have an opportunity to purchase raffle tickets for the Great Garden City Trip for $50 each. The prize includes a trip for two to the Butchart Gardens in Victoria, British Columbia.Butchart Gardens is a group of floral display gardens in Brentwood Bay, British Columbia, Canada, located near Victoria on Vancouver Island. The gardens receive close to a million visitors each year. The gardens have been designated a National Historic Site of Canada.The website, www.butchartgardens.com, shows immaculate gardens full of hundreds of varieties of flowers.Flower Market is a fundraiser benefitting the Ellen Noël Art Museum. Purchases made during this event support the Museum’s efforts to continue offering culturally and artistically diverse exhibitions in addition to low cost studio art classes and workshops for children, teens and adults.Profits from Flower Market also help the Museum to expand, develop and diversify its programming to better meet the needs of its growing community. Beginning in October of 2016, new programs were introduced, which have allowed the Museum to provide in person art experiences to many more people across the community including under-served populations like senior citizens, elementary school children, bilingual preschool children and others.Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more information about this event or to purchase tickets to the Preview Party, call 432-550-9696 or stop by 4909 E. University Blvd. (Odessa American)Feb 9, 2017
Death Notices for Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017
CLINTON — Mervin R. Connour, 80, of Clinton died Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017 at his home. Cremation has take place. A full obituary will follow. Garden City Funeral Home assisted with these arrangements.
BOZEMAN — Andre Melief, 66, of Bozeman died Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017. A Celebration of Life will be announced. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Montana PBS. Arrangements are in the care of Dokken-Nelson Funeral Service.
Mona R. Johnston
CORVALLIS — Mona R. Johnston, 90, of Corvallis died Friday, Feb. 3, 2017 at Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital. Arrangements are under the care of the Daly-Leach Chapel.
James J. Westman
MISSOULA — James J. Westman, 73, of Missoula, died Sunday evening, Feb. 5, 2017, at his home. Arrangements are pending and will be announced by Garden City Funeral Home.
Dana J. Baumgardner
MISSOULA — Dana J. Baumgardner, 58, of Missoula, died Friday, Feb. 3, 2017 at St. Patrick Hospital. Cremation is planned; Garden City Funeral Home & Crematory is assisting with these arrangements.
Mary L. Merseal
MISSOULA — Mary L. Merseal, 75, of Missoula died Thursday Feb. 2, 2017, at the St. Patrick Hospital. Arrangements are under the care of the Cremation and Burial Society of the Rockies.
James "Jim" Patten
MISSOULA — James “Jim” Patten, 87, of Missoula died, Monday, J... (The Missoulian)Nov 3, 2016
Greeley businesses find ways to cope during power outage at midday Thursday
This sucks,” he said. “We lose power right in the middle of lunch hour, and no one will tell us anything.”
About 8,600 customers in Greeley and Garden City lost power that afternoon, said Michelle Aguayo, a spokeswoman for Xcel Energy.
The outage lasted for up to an hour and 20 minutes in some areas, but customers outage times varied. Aguayo attributed the outage to an equipment failure at a substation.
Losing power affected businesses throughout downtown — some more than others.
“It’s business as usual, except we can’t sell anything,” Sami Harter said from behind the counter at the Nerd Store, 807 8th St.
Customers were still bustling through the shop, and upstairs, groups were playing tabletop games.
“It’s definitely affecting us,” Hayley Hull said.
She works for Mariposa Plants, Flowers and Gifts, 801 8th St. She and the other employees were in the back of the shop, working on floral arrangements. Because they couldn’t get into their online system that stores orders, they had to finish the projects they started before the outage, then wait.
Like any retail spot, employees had to quit ringing people up during the brownout.
But florists depend on coolers to keep their flowers fresh.
“If they’re not kept cool, they will wilt faster,” Hull said. “We could lose the product.”
North Colorado Medical Center, 1801 16th St., had a few “power bumps,” said spokesman Gene Haffner.
“Any power loss was a matter of, certainly, less than a minute,” he said.
The hospital has two electrical feeds from Xcel, which can back each othe... (Greeley Tribune)Sep 7, 2016
Don't miss special on Singapore Botanic Gardens
He has accepted an invitation to give a presentation on the botanic garden and the amazing garden city of Singapore. Even though the Hawaii Island Palm Society is hosting the program, he will be speaking on more than palms. Botanic gardens like those in Singapore and Hawaii have had impact on tropical agriculture and landscaping throughout the world. He will share with us how the exploration, discovery, cultivation and distribution of thousands of species has saved many from extinction. These are not only found in botanical collections, but in our home gardens. Mark 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9, at the University of Hawaii-Hilo, Room UCB 100 on your calendar and don’t miss the opportunity to meet and and hear Taylor as he takes you on a botanical exploration of Singapore and its famous gardens.
Hawaii’s special magic has been created with flowering shrubs and trees from all over the world. We are famous for our bold tropical flowers and foliage. When folks from other parts of the world think about Hawaiian gardens, they visualize coconut palms, orchids, anthuriums, heliconias, Kona coffee, plumeria, macadamia trees and more. In rece... (West Hawaii Today)Aug 29, 2016
Coral Gables Residents Hate Futuristic, Million-Dollar Flower Sculptures
August 19, 2016 at 9 a.m.
Coral Gables recently paid around $1 million for a pair of flower-like sculptures to celebrate its roots as a garden city. But some residents say the artwork, which was installed in traffic circles on Segovia Street in June, looks more like something from Little Shop of Horrors.
They claim the brightly colored structures, which the artist says reference “satellites, antennas, and mechanical robotic floral objects,” clash with the city’s Mediterranean vibe. Residents have been vocal with their complaints about the artwork, saying it would be more at home in Coconut Grove, Wynwood, Brickell, or even Epcot than their "City Beautiful."
Accordingly, a petition is calling for the pieces to be moved someplace more “suitable,” such as one of the city’s parks. The letter has 120 signatures so far, but the organizers say that's just a small sampling of those dissatisfied with the artwork.
“Our opposition is not out of a lack of respect for the artist’s talents, but due to the fact that the artwork does not represent what our city is all about and what George Merrick envisioned Coral Gables to be: a Medi... (Miami New Times)