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Florists in Shawnee, KS

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Shawnee Flower Shops

Hy-Vee Floral Shop

13550 W. 63Rd St
Shawnee, KS 66216
(913) 962-2263

Roses Only

5807 Meriam Drive
Shawnee, KS 66203
(913) 341-7673

Shawnee KS News

Jan 25, 2019

Pauline Masterson Celebrates 100th Birthday! - Cheyennestar

Pauline Masterson celebrated her 100th birthday on January 7, 2019. She moved to Primrose Lane in Shawnee, OK after her husband Don died two years ago. They had lived in Ft. Worth for 40 years but spent a lot of time visiting her daughter, Sue Flowers at Durham. She always enjoyed going to the Christmas Ball at Crawford. When she was here in 2016, she danced with Jimmy Beavin, when he was the sheriff with the Spring Creek Regulators. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us ...

Nov 15, 2018

At Home: Designer opens home for CASA Homes for the Holidays Tour

All proceeds from the bakery and tour ticket sales will benefit CASA of Shawnee County, whose mission is to recruit, train and supervise volunteers who advocate for local children who are in the court system because of abuse or neglect.“The Homes for the Holidays Tour is CASA’s signature fundraising event,” said Shelley Ramos, executive director of CASA of Shawnee County. “Without the tour’s success, we wouldn’t have the resources to recruit and train our volunteers. This tour is a way for people to enjoy the beauty of the season while at the same time supporting some very special children in our community.”“Christmas is a holiday kids should really enjoy and not worry about problems at home,” said Brian Haug, who is participating for the second time in the tour and whose home is the location of the Sweet Treats Bakery.Haug drew from his own childhood memories as inspiration for the more than 20 themed Christmas trees that will fill his home this year.“Growing up, we always had a real tree every year that we cut down and decorated the day after Thanksgiving. When I went to college, I had a real tree the first year, and then people started giving me trees. I started collecting in 2005, and now it takes an entire storeroom to store,” Haug said.Some of the trees that tour guests can expect to see include snowman hats, Santas, picture frames, penguins and a Paris-themed tree, which was a result of an after-holiday sale that Haug stumbled upon at Pier One a few years ago.“The themes just happen,” Haug said.Many of Haug’s trees and decor have personal meaning to him, including two trees that are decorated with ornaments that Haug’s grandmother crocheted. One of his favorite trees is a travel-themed tree that features ornaments Haug has collected during his travels.“Every ornament has a story with friends, family or traveling for work,” said Haug.Designer Ariel Unselt with Chinell’s will help Haug decorate his home this holiday season. It will feature rustic plaid in his bedroom and exterior decor in shades of candy cane red and white. Haug’s basement will have a WIBW station theme, a nod to the company where he has worked for the past decade and which is a sponsor of this year’s tour.In addition to opening his house for the Homes for the Holidays event, Haug and several of his friends and community leaders have adopted 15 children from the CASA organization for the season. They will select gifts, which will be in Haug’s home during the tour and later be taken to CASA to be distributed to the children in time for Christmas.“It’s great to be able to provide a helping hand and raise money for kids who need assistance,” Haug said. “I want people to come out and have a great time, support CASA and love Christmas as much as I do.”Anyone interested in donating to CASA may contact Shelley Ramos at (785) 215-8280 or shelley.ramos@shawneecocasa.org for information. ...

Apr 20, 2018

Pruning for maximum flower power

Ariel Whitely-Noll is the horticulture agent for Shawnee County Research and Extension. She can be reached at arielw@ksu.edu. (The Topeka Capital-Journal)

Oct 5, 2017

Shawnee's House of Flowers to celebrate 70th Anniversary

Shawnee business House of Flowers will celebrate its 70th anniversary with a free community celebration on Thursday, Oct. 12. The Platinum Party will be held from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at House of Flowers, located at 2425 N. Kickapoo in Shawnee.Shawnee business House of Flowers will celebrate its 70th anniversary with a free community celebration on Thursday, Oct. 12. The Platinum Party will be held from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at House of Flowers, located at 2425 N. Kickapoo in Shawnee.The celebration is set to feature an array of family-friendly activities, live music, shopping and food trucks. In addition, House of Flowers will unveil their new building mural by local artist group NoArt • NoTalent • NoFun.“House of Flowers first opened in Shawnee in 1947 and since then, our quaint flower shop on Kickapoo has become a community staple for fresh florals and unique gifts,” said Marta Land, House of Flowers owner. “We hope everyone will join us at our Platinum Party Oct. 12 to commemorate this joyous o... (Shawnee News Star)

Apr 27, 2017

CJ Extra: Tulips in the spotlight during annual Topeka festival

Doran Rock Garden in Gage Park, Old Prairie Town at Ward-Meade Historic Site and Ted Ensley Botanical Gardens at Lake Shawnee. Admission is $5.Last year, 4,000 to 5,000 visitors from seven countries and 31 states participated in Tulip Time.Dave Bartels, horticulture supervisor for the Shawnee County Parks and Recreation Department, said a couple of special events are planned.The Topeka Tulip Time Festival, coordinated by Visit Topeka and Friends of Ted Ensley Gardens, will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at Lake Shawnee. An all-you-can-eat Chris Cakes pancake feed runs from 9 to 11 a.m. in the Garden House. The event also includes garden tours, car show, food trucks, vendors and live performances by the Topeka High Drum Line at noon, Kansas Youth Chorale at 1 p.m. and Beverly Bernardi Post Conservatory of Dance at 2 p.m.Tulips at Twilight will make its debut from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday, Saturday and April 14 and 15 at Old Prairie Town at Ward-Meade. Illuminated tulips and other flowers — some 20 feet tall — will be on display, Bartels said. Activities include historic tours by lantern light, live music and food and drinks. Admission is $5 for those 5 years and older.Over the years, Tulip Time proceeds have been used for landscaping projects at Ted Ensley Gardens, Washburn University, Gage Park, Shunga Trail, Wanamaker Elementary School, Capper Foundation and Cedar Crest. (Topeka Capital Journal)

Apr 7, 2017

At Home: Plant flowers, herbs that attract beneficial insects

They are your friends and allies. Remember, this can be free-pest control.MARK YOUR CALENDARS— “Spring Lawn Care” will be presented by Shawnee County Master Gardener Steve Paige at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Thursday at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library, 1515 S.W. 10th Ave. Handouts on springtime lawn care will be available, and Paige will answer questions about lawn care.— The Master Gardener Plant Sale will be from 9 a.m. to noon May 6 in the Shawnee County Extension Office parking lot.Jamie Kidd is a horticulturist with K-State Research and Extension in Shawnee County. (Topeka Capital Journal)