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Massachusetts State Featured Florists
76 Main StWatertown, MA 02472
10 Muzzey StLexington, MA 02421
18 Eastern AveGloucester, MA 01930
1 General StLawrence, MA 01841
925 Cape StreetLee, MA 01238
Massachusetts Flowers News
Dec 10, 2020
Obituary: Helen Loraine Rainey (Venuti) Valente, 95 - Patch.com
Middleboro, MA 02346 or online http://theshawhome.org/donate She will lay to rest in peace with her beloved husband in April on her birthday at the Massachusetts National Cemetery where her family and close friends will gather to celebrate her life. Services are in the care of Rock Funeral Home, 1285 Ashley Blvd., New Bedford. For online tributes, please visit: www.rock-funeralhome.com... Jun 19, 2020
Jeanette Barron | Obituary - Andover Townsman
Andover - Jeanette Barron, 80, passed away on Thursday, May 28, 2020, surrounded by her loving family at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston after a brief illness. She was the beloved wife of the late William Barron, and daughter to the late Louis F. and Marie Ange (Rochette) Perreault. Jeanette was a longtime resident of Andover, Mass. Born and raised in Danvers, Mass., Jeanette graduated from Danvers High School, where she was a proud member of the Marching Band. She trained as a nurse at the North Shore Babies' Hospital in Salem, Mass. After raising her children, Jeanette worked for The Network, and then at H&R Block. Jeanette was a member of the former Sacred Heart Church, Lawrence, Mass., and Saint Michael Parish, North Andover, Mass., where she and Bill helped facilitate the Alpha Program. Jeanette and Bill enjoyed square danc... May 1, 2020
12 Native Flowers Are Easy from Seed - Zip06.com
Native Plants for New England Gardens, as well as a horticulturist and propagator for Norcross Wildlife Sanctuary in Wales, Massachusetts (www.norcrosswildlife.org).“My top three plants for direct seeding would be black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta), spotted bee balm (Monarda punctata), and partridge pea (Chamaecrista fasciculata),” Jaffe Wilder says. “There are several goldenrods that could make the list as well. Two of my favorites are wreath goldenrod (Solidago caesia) and downy goldenrod (Solidago puberula).”All those plants do well in average sunny to partly sunny settings. Once past the seedling establishment stage, furthermore, they are remarkably drought tolerant. (Note: Goldenrod is not the source of fall allergies. Ragweed takes that honor!)Jaffe Wilder continues, “If you need some shade species, I’d add white wood aster (Eurybia divaricata) and white snakeroot (Ageratina altissima). For wetter sites in part shade, I suggest cardinal flower (Lobelia cardinalis) or orange forget-me-not (Impatiens capensis).” Aside from the bees and butterflies they attract, both plants are nectar sources for hummingbirds. Also, some people use orange forget-me-not (often called jewelweed) as a mosquito repellent as well as a salve for poison ivy.Don’t Pull These PlantsSome high-value natives seed themselves. All we need do is avoid pulling them.Consider the virtues of the violet (Viola soraria) in and around neighborhood lawns, for instance. They’re so common that some consider them weeds. These natives form dense mats, persist through the growing season, are very deer- and rabbit-resistant, and grow in various site conditions. They provide critical early forage for queen bumblebees. What is more, standard lawn violets are larval hosts for great spangled fritillary butterflies. For more information about the ecological value of native violets, see Penn State Extension’s fact sheet at extension.psu.edu. There are other native violets worth considering, including American dogtooth violet (Viola labradorica).White yarrow (Achillea millefolium) pops up everywhere along the shoreline. It’s a high-value plant for multiple native bees, ... Feb 27, 2020
Mass. Lawmaker Used Campaign Funds for Golf, Rental Cars, Flowers for Girlfriend: FBI - NBC10 Boston
A Massachusetts lawmaker has been arrested on federal charges, including allegations that he illegally used some $70,000 in campaign funds for personal expenses.
The FBI Boston said state Rep. David Nangle, a Democrat who represents parts of Chelmsford and Lowell, was arrested by FBI and IRS special agents at his home in Lowell on Tuesday morning. He faces dozens of charges, including defrauding a bank and tax fraud.
U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts Andrew Lelling said in a news conference that Nangle tried to hide the illegal campaign expenditures by buying gift cards supposedly for his staff and then using them for his own expenses.
"It is safe to say that Rep. Nangle has violated the public trust," Lelling said.
Nangle, 59, had no co... Feb 1, 2020
Community Connections Awarded Grant to Expand Flower Angels Mission - Cape Cod Today
SOUTH YARMOUTH, MA – Community Connections Inc., a nonprofit serving people with disabilities throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod, today announced the receipt of a $5,000 Strategic Focus grant from Community Fund of The Cape Cod Foundation. The funding will help guide the process of absorbing Flower Angels USA into Community Connections.
As of January 1, 2020, Flower Angels USA (“Flower Angels”) joined the Community Connections family. The Cape Cod Foundation grant supports the integration of these two nonprofit organizations, including a strategic plan to expand the impact of Flower Angels’ services.
Community Connections provides comprehensive programs and life-enriching services that promote optimal independence for people with all types of disabilities, helping them to lead healthier, more fulfilling lives and promoting inclusion within the communities where they live.
Flower Angels delivers more than 200 bouquets each week to nursing homes and hospice organizations across Cape Cod. Community Connections has been a proud supporter of Flower Angels since its inception in 2014. Today, Community Connections clients from the South Yarmouth program help by bringing flowers to the Flower Angels workshop and participating in flower deliveries to the elderly on Cape Cod who are often overlooked.
“Our goal is to further increase community inclusion for...