Florists in Delhi, LA
Find local Delhi, Louisiana florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Delhi 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.
Delhi Flower Shops
209 Depot St
Delhi, LA 71232
724 Broadway Street
Delhi, LA 71232
Delhi LA News
Nov 28, 2018
The flowers man: Lakeline Oaks resident surprises ladies with flowers every week - Hillcountrynews
He's been on the Eiffel Tower, the Tower of London and through the Chunnel. He's seen the tulips in Holland, he's seen the red brick streets of New Delhi, India and spent five years of his life in Germany.
"I love people. I love people," he said, with rising enthusiasm. "I want everybody to be my friend. I know that's impossible, but I love people. That's one thing my wife did, too. She was a wonderful woman. I feel blessed, I've lived a great life."
Carver's goal is to complete a full circuit of giving flowers to every lady at Lakeline Oaks within a year and a half. One thing is for sure, he said, he's going to keep giving away flowers as long as he is alive and able.
... Oct 26, 2018
Floral decoration begins at Golden Temple
Thailand, Malaysia, Bangalore, Mumbai, Poona, Delhi and Calicut."
Meanwhile, the bhog of Akand Path began at Gurdwara Shri Manji Sahib which would culminate on Friday. Dr Roop Singh said that as part of the celebrations, Raag Darbar, Dharmik Diwan, Katha Samagam and Kavi Darbar has been planned. He said that the special show of splendour (Jlow) would also be organised for the devotees.
He appealed to the devotees to come here on foot instead of vehicles to avoid traffic jams. Jan 26, 2018
The Lalbagh Flower Show which began in 1900s was inspired by the Chelsea Flower Show
Kew Gardens, took over. “At the time, the Lalbagh Flower Show was replicated in areas like Ooty and Coonoor. Javaraya also introduced it later in Delhi,” said Harish Padmanabha, Javaraya’s grandson, explaining that one of the earliest traditions of the flower show was to have jardinieres. “The interior display included a mix of potted plants in brass and porcelain while the exterior had landscape elements of moulded clay and terracotta.” In the 1950s, Ali said, among the highlights of the flower show was flower display by public sector companies like HAL, BEL and HMT. “Until the 80s, the exhibited plants used to be auctioned after the show, since it would be difficult to take them all back.” Citizens also showcased annuals like cockscomb, phlox, petunias and asters that they cultivated at home. Mar 30, 2017
Artist's paintings become fashion items
Wilson-Werner said. While the pillows and totes are made in the U.S., the other items are made in Delhi, India.“That’s where the education piece comes in, because a lot of people in third world countries don’t have an opportunity to learn how to read,” she said. “They’re not just making money, they’re giving back,” she said of VIDA.Wilson-Werner said she finds her inspiration from flowers and color.“Color motivates me and it’s really what I’m passionate about, the color combinations and the way colors meet each other,” she said. “I paint from just in my head, and that probably comes from all the years of being in the florist business. Those flowers are permanently imprinted in my mind.”For pastel paintings, she prepares her paper to give the background some depth before she starts layering the colors.VIDA gives her a template for each fabric piece so she can choose how to position the art to highlight the aspects she loves most.“I love the business part of art, that’s something that I’m really drawn to,” she said. Artists, she said, are involved in all parts of the process, from creating the product to marketing it and seeing the sale happen. “I love the business aspect of being with flowers as well, so it’s a natural fit for me.”One of her goals is to have her art licensed like it is with VIDA, where her work can be used for other home decoration items and paper products.“It’s exciting to see the work mobile and a little more available to everyone, because paintings are expensive, and this is a format where everyone can enjoy it,” Wilson-Werner said.Though she paints most of her pieces by memory or imagination, she also creates paintings based on wedding bouquets. Her pieces “Natalie” and “Lindsay” are named for the brides who held the bouquets.“Flowers make people happy. Flowers almost always bring comfort, and I love the idea of it being part of people’s lives,” she said. “It’s hard to look at that tote and not smile,” she said, pointing toward a bag bedecked with the red and purple floral pattern of “Lindsay.”Wilson-Werner said she plans to continue her art for the rest of her life.Sandee McGee, gallery director at the UVAA, said Wilson-Werner is a beloved artist and community member.“She is an incredible artist, she’s prolific, professional, and has been working for many years,” McGee said. “Her work has a really wonderful central focus. Holly has stayed very committed to her vision in her work, and to peeling back some of the layers to get to the honesty that’s there inside of her work.”McGee said flowers are a metaphor for the self, and artists often use their art as a method of exploring to find their place in the world.“Holly’s work is absolutely exploring,” McGee said. “We’ve seen these pain... (NRToday.com)Mar 2, 2017
Valentine's Day celebrations take many forms
Similarly, 17-year-old Cambre Codington of Otego said she and her boyfriend, Ben Branigan of Delhi, “try to do things out of the ordinary” and keep things “super laid back and fun and simple.” Codington, who’s been kept in the dark about this year’s plans, said that, last year, she and Branigan celebrated by making dinner together. The twosome is approaching their year-and-a-half anniversary.Like the Mowrises, Erin Collins of Norwich and her husband, Kevin, tend to mark Feb. 14 with a trip to a restaurant. Parents to two small children, Erin Collins said, “We usually just go out to dinner, which we only do a couple of times a year, so we do try to get it in.”Collins, a chocolate lover, said that, while she enjoys the box of sweets her husband gets her annually, she has had to think creatively where her other half is concerned. “He doesn’t like chocolate,” she said. “But he does like craft beer.” Collins said she will likely go to Price Chopper, where ale enthusiasts can mix-and-match a six-pack of different craft beers. “That way, he gets to try some he might not otherwise pick,” she said. “I’ll stick a heart on that and call it good.”The Collinses have been together 20 years and will mark their tenth wedding anniversary this summer.And, with a 34-year marriage to their credit, Nancy McLean of Sidney said that when it comes to her and husband, Scott, “We don’t do anything. We’re lucky if we remember to buy each other a card.”... (Oneonta Daily Star)Sep 14, 2016
Flower décor to brighten Siddhivinayak temple
The Siddhivinayak temple in Prabhadevi has got a flower cover this Ganeshotsav.
Delhi resident Kanwal Sharma and his team have decorated the famous Ganesh temple with a variety of flowers, fruits and dry fruits exported from all over the world.
Besides local flowers, many varieties as well as fruits have been brought from Australia, New Zealand and South America among other countries.
"For the past 16 years, I have been decorating the Vaishno Devi temple during Navratri to seek blessings of Goddess Mahalakshmi. This year, for the first time, we wanted to decorate the Siddhivinayak temple keeping the festival mood in mind. Looking at the videos of the decoration we did at Vaishno Devi temple, the management of Siddhivinayak temple agreed to give us the opportunity," Sharma said.
As per the flowers' lifespan, the decorations will be changed every four days.
"Flowers usually stay fresh for 10 days, but to the climate here, four to five days is their lifespan in Mumbai; hence, we will change the decoration accordingly. Also, apple, grapes and other fruits and dry frui... (Daily News & Analysis)