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Arborg Nic Nacs & Flowers

281 Main St
Arborg, MB R0C 0A0
(204) 376-5024

Arborg MB News

Aug 25, 2017

Floral industry adapts to avoid withering

Munford opened her floral shop with co-owner Laurel Quarborg 30 years ago. She’s noticed a decrease in florists as well and attributes it to older business owners closing up shop because of retirement or having nobody to take over the business. Five shops in the area have closed in the last five years, she said.Parker believes older generations closing up shop is one reason for the decrease — but another is because the younger generations aren’t interested in joining the floral industry.“You’re not going to make a ‘bazillion’ dollars. I think younger people are looking for the big figures in life,” he said.There’s also a wave of moving to online orders and younger customers tend to favor digital services, Munford said.“The internet and Yelp, Google — younger customers are expecting more instantaneous service without personal service,” she said. “In other words, they want to text it and get it done, boom.”Munford has tried to embrace this new wave of technology and even created a video about drone delivery as a joke.But even as online orders are increasing and shop owners are closing their doors, both Munford and Parker said that business has been doing well. Parker said expensive online prices draw customers to his shop instead and Munford said that the less flower shops there are, the more business The New Leaf gains.But there’s still competition with grocery stores and other “big box” stores carrying flowers for a cheaper price. Munford and Parker both said people will most likely not find the expertise and quality that floral shops can provide.Norfolk Florist, owned by Houston-based Lone Star Bloom, has closed three of its five shops in the past few months.But although this looks like business is going downhill, Lone Star Bloom owner Kyle Brown, said the company decided to open up two other locations elsewhere to expand Norfolk Florist’s customer and delivery base.One is planned for Newport News, while the other is planned for the Suffolk area. The branches on Baker Road in Virginia Beach and Battlefield Boulevard in Chesapeake will remain open.Lone Star Bloom owns 16 brick-and-mortar flower shops across several states – a business they promote with a “Sell Your Store” tab on their website.Br... (Virginian-Pilot)

Jul 14, 2017

Gardening events in the Houston area

Free. Patio, Porch and Pool Container Gardening: with Linda Gay. 10 a.m. at the Arbor Gate, 15635 FM 2920, Tomball; 281-746-6320, Free.Evening at Peckerwood Garden Lecture: with horticulturist Adam Black. 5-7 p.m. at Peckerwood Garden, 20559 FM 359, Hempstead; 979-826-3232; register at $10 nonmembers, members $5. SUNDAYFerns of New Caledonia: with Adam Black, Peckerwood Garden director of horticulture. sponsored by the Texas Gulf Coast Fern Society. 2 p.m. at Judson Robinson Jr. Community Center, 2020 Hermann Drive; Free.MONDAYHarris County Master Gardeners Precinct 2 Open Garden Day: 8:30-11 a.m. at the Genoa Friendship Garden, 1202 Genoa Red Bluff; gardening Q&A. Free.TUESDAYRaised Beds, Low-Volume Drip Irrigation and Rain Barrels: Harris County Master Gardener event. 6:30 p.m. at Spring Branch Memorial Library, 930 Corbindale; 281-855-5600, Free.WEDNESDAYOHBA: Organics at Mercer: 5:30-8 p.m. at Mercer Botanic Gardens, 22306 Aldine Westfield, Humble. Register at OHBA members $10; nonmembers $15.THURSDAYRaised Beds, Low-Volume Drip Irrigation and Rain Barrels: Harris County Master Gardener event. 6:30 p.m. at Freeman Branch Library, 16616 Diana; 281-855-5600, Free.Federally Petitioned Plant Species of Texas - Status of Our Endangered Species: with Anna W. Strong, rare-plant botanist, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Native Plant Society of Texas – Houston Chapter meeting, 6:45-8:30 p.m. at Houston Arboretum, 4502 Woodway; Free.JULY 22The Plumeria Society of America Plant Sale: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Fort Bend County Fair Grounds, 4310 Texas 36, Building B, Rosenberg; Free.Arranging Fresh & Artificial Flowers: with Galveston County Master Gardener Jackie Auer. 9-11 a.m. at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, 4102-B Main, La Marque; 281-534-3413, aggie-h... (

Jun 10, 2016

Real Estate Transactions for Sunday, May 22, 2016

Old Course Lane, Westchester at Charleston National to Michael O’Hara Diaz for $345,000. Marilyn Birkhimer-Robinson sold 1172 Island View Drive, Harborgate Shores to Ryan P. Balderson for $347,000. Daniel R. and Adriana R. Matheys sold 1199 Ambling Way, Snee Farm to Melanie and Timothy D. Blanc for $405,000. Alexander M. and Brian L. Warren sold 1206 Waterfront Drive, Hidden Lakes to Alexander M. Warren Jr. for $300,000. Inspire Solutions Group LLC sold 1207 Mathis Ferry Road, Parish Place to Oanh H. Dang for $275,000. Karen A. and Vincent M. Trapani sold 1211 Island View Drive, Harborgate Shores to Randall Adam Wilson for $384,000. Pulte Home Corp. sold 1221 Sharpestowne Court, Porchers Preserve at Oakland to Marianna Paredes for $490,000. Christopher P. Anderson sold 1226 Beck Drive, Lieben Park to Ethan R. and Lindsay C. Evans for $331,000. Pulte Home Cor... (Charleston Post Courier )

Dec 30, 2015

Thoughts while looking toward spring

I’ll talk to you again “next” year. ¢¢¢ Tim Lamprey is the owner of Harbor Garden Center on Route 1 in Salisbury. His website is Do you have questions for Tim? Send them to, and he will answer them in upcoming columns. (The Daily News of Newburyport)