Florists in Barlow, KY
Find local Barlow, Kentucky florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Barlow 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.
Barlow Flower Shops
Barlow KY News
Oct 19, 2017
Red Bank florist builds her business anew
We profile Barlow's Flower Farm of Sea Girt. One of our 2015's 'Best of the Best' winners.
Brian JohnstonBuy PhotoLove at Last Florist, a Red Bank business owned by Lisa Smith which provides a large range of flowers, and home decorations. (Photo: Peter Ackerman)Buy PhotoRED BANK - When Lisa Smith took over her business this past April, she was met with the challenge of reacquiring a lot of her customer base.The previous owners of Roses R Red Bank were not florists by trade, unlike Smith, who has been in the field for 27 years, and, as a result of that lack of experience, the business needed a boost.“It’s been a struggle restoring the business to its full potential,” said Smith. “For the most part, I was running this business for the first two and half years that I worked here, but the business itself needed a necessary makeover and other adjustments with the way it was operating at the time I became the owner."She changed the name to Love At Last Florist and started anew.“I made up postcards... (Asbury Park Press)Mar 9, 2017
Personal gardening at the Shore
How to make a flower arrangement on a budget. STAFF VIDEO/RYAN ROSS
Ryan RossVerbena Estrella Voodoo Star flowers.(Photo: COURTESY OF BARLOW'S FLOWER FARM)Karen Piacentini has had a love of gardening for as long as she can remember.While the 52-year-old Rumson resident knew she wanted to create a garden in her backyard, she didn’t know what plants would be ideal.That’s when a friend of hers led her to Sickles Market in Little Silver.Sickles Market offers custom gardening services, which was introduced last year. The service is managed by Natale Siclair, the garden lifestyle consultant. He is charge of all the planning, installation and maintenance.“I really clicked with Natale,” Piacentini said. “I talked with him, he helped plan it out, and (I) made some revisions along the way.”For Piacentini, a mother of two, it was more convenient to hire someone to create her dream garden start to finish.Show ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext SlideSiclair can create seasonal entrances for homes and offices with containers or custom urns, as well as larger garden designs, like rose gardens, herb gardens and vegetable gardens... (Asbury Park Press)Mar 2, 2017
Sweet smell of success at Silver Tulip Florist
Branching Out Florist under a previous owner), Matthews jumped at the chance.MORE: Berkeley's Blossom Shop is a hardy perennialMORE: Barlow’s Flower Farm in Wall is built on a love of plantsBuy PhotoThe Matthews family runs Silver Tulip Florist in Middletown, including Bobby, 16, Bridget, Rachel, 16, and Rob. (Photo: Doug Hood)Freshness, quality and serviceToday, at the bright, cozy and aromatic shop which she purchased with husband Rob, “we offer a broad range of fresh flowers as well as plants, dish gardens, garden and sympathy stones, jewelry, wine purses, cards, wall art, candles, a line of plush and baby items, and a spa line of moisturizers and soaps,” Matthews said. The business also specializes in themed gift, candy and gourmet baskets.Flowers, however, are the shop’s mainstay, “and we have everything from mini calla lilies, blue delphinium and larkspur to tulips, gerbera daisies, sunflowers, a wide variety of roses and much more,” she said. “We use the highest-quality vendors and our flowers are flown in and supplied to us, so they’re always very fresh and typically last one to two weeks or else we’ll replace them.”In the floral arena, Matthews has seen a number of trends come and go. Among them, “we find that older people appreciate carnations, orchids and gardenias, while younger people prefer flowers like daisies, calla lilies and hydrangeas,” she said.At the same time, cube and rectangular-shaped vases have become increasingly popular over curvier, more traditional styles, and “taller, more architectural, topiary-style floral arrangements that have an artistic presence are in greater demand today.”Finally, bridal bouquets that once used to be placed in plastic holders “are now designed using a more natural, wrapped-stem look that puts more emphasis on the flowers,” said Matthews, who confirmed that despite evolving preferences, “some things never change – roses, daisies and hydrangeas are always popular.”Though she concedes that competition from supermarkets, DIY stores, telephone operations and online businesses running out of their homes present challenges for small mom-and-pop shops such as hers, Matthews is confident that none of those outlets can provide the quality, service or environment that she prides herself on.“We care about the quality of ever... (Asbury Park Press)Oct 5, 2016
Family of injured teen pedestrian seeks $16.5M after crash with flower delivery service
She was thrown 50 feet after being struck by the van driven by Deann Lepoidevin, the teen's attorney wrote.
Viridiana "Viri" Orozco-HernandezGresham-Barlow School District
Orozco-Hernandez sustained at least 17 injuries, including brain trauma and several fractures, and spent at least three weeks in the hospital, according to the lawsuit. She also underwent at least 11 medical procedures.
R. Brendan Dummigan, on behalf of Orozco-Hernandez, has claimed several counts of negligence and liability to Lepoidevin, 1-800-Flowers.com and its franchisee Nancy's Floral. His clients have asked for $1.5 million to pay for medical expenses and Orozco-Hernandez' lost future earning capacity and $15 million for limited cognitive and physical capacity, pain and suffering.
Lepoidevin was hired by Nancy's Floral in 2012 and did not disclose her history of "seizures, blackouts, epilepsy, and/or 'déjà vu' moments" dating back to the late 1990s, according to the lawsuit. Nancy's didn't ask Lepodevin about the seizures or related medical problems during the hiring process or during the course of her employment, Dummigan wrote.
Lepoidevin had tried to find employment as a TriMet driver before 2012 but was denied because she had disclosed her history of seizures, the lawsuit said.
In November 2015, Portland police cited Lepoidevin for reckless driving with an accident, an accusation that was later dismissed in court after she completed an online traffic school course, court records show.
Lepoidevin was prescribed a lower dosage of her medication a week before the crash with Orozco-Hernandez, according to the lawsuit. "A day or so" before the crash, she'd also had a seizure and was unaware it had happened until being told of it by her husband, according to the lawsuit.
The delivery driver never informed her employe... (OregonLive.com)Feb 3, 2016
Williams Middle School wins UIL championship 11 years running
Madeleine Hunt, 4th Ella Laurence. Editorial Writing: 7th- 1st Kaitlyn Niesen, 2nd Olivia Cade, 3rd Manning Biggerstaff. 8th- 1st Matthew Barlow, 3rd MaKayla Williams, 5th Delaina Temple. Listening: 7th- 1st Kaitlyn Niesen, 3rd Marybeth Hamilton, 5th Elijah Hicks. 8th- 1st Madeleine Hunt, 2nd Kendra Small, 6th Madeline Owen. Maps, Graphs, & Charts: 7th- 2nd Brianna Kearns, 5th Marybeth Hamilton. 8th- 1st Ben Vazquez, 2nd Korie Rose, 3rd Kavya Venugopalan. Mathematics: 7th- 2nd Parker Gage, 4th Khailinh Thai, 5th Trinity Misak. 8th- 1st Eden Kim, 2nd Kavya Venugopalan, 3rd Dasha Coulman. Modern Oratory: 7th- 1st Joseph Halkuff, 2nd Randall Klaver, 4th Mekina Knight. 8th- 1st Caleb Gregory, 6th John Jones. Number Sense: 7th- 1st Seth Choi, 2nd Braden Wills, 3rd Caden Williams. 8th- 1st Eden Kim, 2nd Muthani Kamau, 3rd Celia Straight. Oral Reading: 7th- 1st Hope Wilding, 2nd Mekinna Knight, 3rd Hayley Dopkins. 8th- 2nd Shelby Wright, 5th Susie Wilson, 6th Hayes Hill. Number Sense: 7th- 1st Seth Choi, 2nd Braden Wills, 3rd Caden Williams. 8th- 1st Eden Kim, 2nd Muthani Kamau, 3rd Celia Straight. Ready Writing: 7th- 1st Jordan Wilson, 2nd Jaden Dougal, 4th Camira Fomunong. 8th- 1st Andre Daniel, 2nd Meagan Wheeler. Science: 7th- 1st Jordan Wilson, 2nd Jaden Dougal, 5th Zachary Flowers. 8th- 1st Kendra Small, 2nd Hector Murillo, 3rd Kennedy Anderson. Social Studies: 7th- 1st Tabitha Bauer, 2nd Diana Tran. 8th- 1st Eric Roca, 6th Valerie Borland. Spelling: 7th- 2nd Trinity Misak, 3rd Mary Hamilton, 6th Elijah Hicks. 8th- 1st Andre Daniel, 2nd Dasha Coulman, 3rd- Connor Stasak.
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Tuesday's roundup: Finn leads Canton to victory
Garden City (3-6, 1-2).
Detroit Cody 30, Detroit Western International 22: Da-Shawnna Fowler had 12 points and 15 rebounds, and Nala Barlow had 10 points and eight rebounds for Cody (4-5). Camrian Taylor scored 15 for Western (0-5).
Detroit Collegiate Prep 52, Detroit Central Collegiate 30: Ericka Smith had 19 points, 11 rebounds and 10 steals for Northwestern (6-3).
Detroit Consortium 32, Hamtramck 17: Micah Pratt had seven points for Consortium (7-1). Krystal Skiko had seven points for Hamtramck (0-7).
Detroit Country Day 56, Toledo (Ohio) Central Catholic 43: Maxine Moore had 18 points, Destiny Pitts had 16 and Arrika Tolbert 10 for Country Day (9-1). Byrdy Gallernik had 14 points for Central Catholic.
Detroit Denby 36, Detroit CMA 29: Jamilia Gortman had 15 points for Denby (5-2, 4-2 PSL East).
Detroit King 67, Detroit Henry Ford 27: Micaela Kelly had 19 points and 12 rebounds, Janae Williams had 17 points, Danielle Camp had 12 points and Jasmine Flowers had 10 for King (9-1). Henry Ford is 10-2.
Detroit Osborn 48, Detroit Pershing 24: Alexis Edwards had 17 points and Maria Martin had 12 points and 10 rebounds for Osborn (3-5, 2-4 PSL East). Pershing is 0-6, 0-6.
Detroit Renaissance 66, Detroit Cass Tech 51: Siyeh Frazier scored 21 points for Renaissance (9-1, 6-0 PSL West). Zoey Oatis had 21 points for Cass Tech (5-5, 3-3).
Detroit Southeastern 38, Detroit International Academy 17: Erica Pruitt had 14 points for Southeastern (7-2, 5-1 PSL East).
Detroit Westside Academy 28, Detroit Davis Aerospace 8: Tanesha McClure had nine points and 12 rebounds and Ashlee Diamond had eight points and six steals for Westside (3-5).
Farmington Hills Mercy 47, Dearborn Divine Child 24: Katie Coe scored 10 for Mercy (5-3, 2-0 Catholic League Central). Shannon Rice scored eight points for Divine Child (1-8, 0-3).
Grosse Pointe North 65, Port Huron Northern 59: Katie Snow scored 26 points and Katelyn Carney and Lauren Lesha both had 12 points for Grosse Pointe North (7-0, 1-0 MAC Red). Sami Klink scored 20 points, Bree Bauer had 16 points and Kiana Votava scored 14 for Northern (6-3, 0-2).
Grosse Pointe Woods University-Liggett 43, Allen Park Inter-City Baptist 36 (OT): Nia Ahart had 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 steals and Madison Jero... (The Detroit News)