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Florists in Blackstone, MA

Find local Blackstone, Massachusetts florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Blackstone 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.

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Blackstone MA News

Sep 7, 2020

History flowers in tiny heritage petunia - Warwick Beacon

Henry was fascinated to learn Mrs. Reed’s mother immigrated from Northern Ireland and her mother and father, who worked in the mills along the Blackstone River, lived in the Providence area. What started out as a Gaspee tent became a summer home and eventually Mrs. Reed’s home. Mrs. Reed – Henry never knew her first name, he called her Mrs. Reed – always had a glass of ice water waiting for Henry on trash day. She also had stories and one day, pointing out the tiny petunias, she related how her mother brought the seeds from Ireland…or maybe it was Scotland. She wasn’t certain. Henry didn’t forget the story or the flowers. Twenty-five to thirty years later, when Spring Green sold the Reed house, Henry spotted the tiny petunias and transplanted several of the flowers. He gave plants and seeds to friends and neighbors, and hence the “heritage petunia” became part of Gaspee lore … all because Henry picked up trash, and even more importantly, history. ...

Mar 30, 2017

Attleboro Arts Museum's Flower Show closes in record fashion

It's beautiful; it's inspiring," Cassis said.Joyce Parmentier of Blackstone brought her daughter and granddaughter, Jenna Gauthier, who took home sweet pea seedlings from the University of Rhode Island Master Gardeners table.The fresh scent which greeted the patrons at the museum's entrance was what struck Parmentier the most."It's very, very well done," Parmentier said. "It's fun to see the artwork and the flowers mixed."One artist, Emily Johnson, enthralled the children by telling them the story of her fairy queen in a wrought-iron coach who was soon to be the godmother of all the fairies in the garden, which measured 8 feet by 6 feet and featured mirrors, live fish, and a bubble machine.This exhibit from Attleboro Farms was also a favored spot for photo ops."It is the most wonderful community event," Johnson said of the Flower Show. "You feel the inspiration from all the artists' work in the city."Many patrons expressed admiration for the event."For some reason, it looks brighter, greener and prettier than the other years," said Ruth Fish of North Attleboro, who has attended the show since its first year.The multitude of creativity astounded Fish."I have too many favorite pieces," she said with a smile.Among the award winners for the show were:Nature-Themed Art ExhibitionJuror's AwardsJuror: Cathy Chin, ArtistBest In ShowBarbaraLee SeligmanHappyAward of ExcellenceKristina OcchinoAmaryllis in Winter's LightHonorable MentionCarol B. SacksSpring AwakeningNature-Themed Art ExhibitionPeople's Choice AwardsFirst PlaceDonna SecorAll is WellSecond PlaceAlicia CrespoHijo De SolThird PlaceMichelle CummingsThree's a Crowd#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }... (The Sun Chronicle)

May 3, 2016

Gardening events this week: Wild edibles, plant guilds and shrubberies

Submit your gardening event to by 8 a.m. Monday morning, two weeks before the event.  Blackstone home built for New Home Buyer's Guide sells to young familyDownsizer recalls the move from family home to condoAdvice from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation and movers Two Men and a Truck... (Ottawa Citizen)

Feb 3, 2016

Ottawa painter Nicole Allen finds inspiration in nature's beauty

Bloomfield Flowers, 783 Bank St., Ottawa ( Her website at Ailsa Francis blogs at Blackstone home built for New Home Buyer's Guide sells to young familyDownsizer recalls the move from family home to condoAdvice from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation and movers Two Men and a Truck... (Ottawa Citizen)

Oct 12, 2015

Top 5 Picks for spring flowering bulbs

Wednesday morning at 8:40. He is the Lawn and Garden expert for Home Hardware. Sign up for his free monthly newsletter at Related Blackstone home built for New Home Buyer's Guide sells to young familyDownsizer recalls the move from family home to condoAdvice from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation and movers Two Men and a Truck... (Ottawa Citizen)

Sep 11, 2015

Longtime Fresno business, Martin's Flowers, to close

I’d be running it.” Bob adds that it’s also getting harder and harder to run a small business. Their nearly 19,000-square-foot store at 4535 N. Blackstone Ave. once had 30 employees in its “heyday,” he says. Now they are down to nine. The majority are longtime employees. Floral designer Rona Iida has worked at Martin’s for 41 years. She says Bob is like a brother. She’s stayed because “it’s a good work environment and you are treated well.” She’s also proud of their commitment to customer service: “We bend over backwards for people.” Customer Doris Wright of Fresno has reaped those benefits over the years. While shopping in Martin’s recently, she raved about florist Delfino Sanchez, who’s worked in the store since 1987 making artificial trees and plants. “He is fabulous,” Wright says. “I asked him to do a plant for me one time, and it was a big one, and it was perfect. I still love it.” That stellar service extends to giving customers keys to the shop. When Bob was growing up, he remembers one Fresno attorney who would sometimes unlock their store – on the rare occasion the Soligians weren’t already there working – and grab himself a fresh carnation to pin onto his suit, which he wore to court every morning. “Some customers have seen me grow up from a little kid,” Bob says. And the shop has been a learning ground for teaching “common sense” and hard work. When Allison was 11 years old, she wanted something in the shop that was worth $60. To earn it, her father figured she’d have to work 13 hours, and she did. “She learned the value of the dollar,” he says. “She had to work for it.” After decades of serving the people across the central San Joaquin Valley, the Soligians have earned their retirement. “What stands out the most is meeting the people who are so happy,” Catherine says, “the people that come in and when they are down, they just perk up.” ... (Fresno Bee (blog))