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Order flowers and gifts from Perfect Petals Florist & Garden Center located in North East MD for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 2235 W Pulaski Hwy, North East Maryland 21901 Zip. The phone number is (410) 287-0870. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Perfect Petals Florist & Garden Center in North East MD. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Perfect Petals Florist & Garden Center delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Perfect Petals Florist & Garden Center
Address:
2235 W Pulaski Hwy
City:
North East
State:
Maryland
Zip Code:
21901
Phone number:
(410) 287-0870
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Mar 29, 2019

Spring blooms at Attleboro museum's flower show | Local News - The Sun Chronicle

One sugar sculpture titled “Lost Crown of the Fairy Queen,” by Evelyn Herman of North Easton, featured a tree stump adorned with butterflies, flowers and small toadstools — all created from gumpaste, modeling chocolate, fondant, edible petal dust and gold, with cast sugar butterflies.“Isn’t that incredible,” said one patron who was admiring the various sugar art pieces on display at the museum.In the gallery, the scent of flowers permeated the air as wide-eyed patrons took their time admiring the various landscape booths and other artwork.Collette Brough, 9, of Attleboro, was busy with her mother’s cell phone, taking photo after photo of some of the landscape artistry, such as “Garden of Eden” by Nolan’s Flowers & Gifts and “Secret Garden” by Oracle Landscaping and Lindsey Epstein Pottery.“We’re just blown away by the flower displays,” said Collette’s mother, Suzanne Brough. “This year in particular, they’re really stellar.”The Brough’s pick of the Flower Show was “Camelot,” created by Flowers By The Station, which featured a setup of Merlin’s workshop — and a mannequin of Merlin himself — with a suit of armor standing outside the display.Suzanne Brough was amazed by the structure of Merlin’s workshop, which had been constructed as an actual room.“You usually don’t see that here,” Brough said of the display. “It’s amazing.”Among the other prominent landscape booths were Helping Hands Florist’s “Oz,” complete with a Dorothy mannequin, a rainbow made from carnations, and a yellow brick road of sunflowers; “Fountain of Youth” by Briggs Nursery, with an actual fountain in the center, and “Muir Woods” by Rosebud Florist, featuring several miniature gnomes.One of the gallery pieces sitting on the museum’s piano was “Fairy House” by Kathi Gariepy, crafted from pieces of real birch trees.The sculpture quickly caught the attention of Bill Clogher and Ellen Breen of Attleboro.Clogher was so impressed by the sculpture that he took a photo of it.“It’s great,” Breen said of the flower show.“We’ve been coming for years. It’s beautiful. I always think they do a nice job.” #inform-video-player-3 .inform-embed { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; } ...

Jun 14, 2018

8 amazing attractions in the Netherlands if you love flowers and gardens

These magnificent parades feature a remarkable variety of tulips and other flowers.Open Gardens and Tulip Route on the North East PolderFlevoland, to the east of North Holland and South Holland is renowned for its tulip fields, being the largest tulip fiel...

Mar 8, 2018

Get a jump on spring at the CT Flower & Garden Show

Photo: North East Expos / Contributed Photo Image 1of/5CaptionCloseImage 1 of 5The Connecticut Flower & Garden Show, Feb. 22, through Feb. 25, will take place at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford.The Connecticut Flower & Garden Show, Feb. 22, through Feb. 25, will take place at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford. Photo: North East Expos / Contributed Photo Image 2 of 5The Connecticut Flower & Garden Show, Feb. 22, through Feb. 25, will take place at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford. Above is a butterfly garden.The Connecticut Flower & Garden Show, Feb. 22, through Feb. 25, will take place at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford. Above is a butterfly garden. Photo: North East Expos / Contributed Photo ...

Nov 2, 2017

Flowers Worldwide Part 4, Atlantic Island – From St. Helena and Ascension Island to Fernando de Noronha: Bloody ...

Madeira and the Azores in the north.This hopscotch visual performance, which also includes Fernando de Noronha off the north east coast of Brazil and Guinea-Bissau’s Bijogos islands, leaves many lacunae well worth filling but, unfortunately for this series, I was on a three-decade camera-fast when visiting such splendid photo-begging supplicants as São Tomé and Príncipe, Malabo, Cape Verde, the Canaries, the Faroes and Iceland.This was because of an obsessive-compulsive complex, already mentioned in earlier flower blogs, that transformed me into a nervous wreck of a non-stop shutter-clicker continually worrying whether I’d got exactly the perfect picture from exactly the perfect angle in exactly the perfect light, thus ensuring that I no longer enjoyed Nature’s bounty for itself. Now with my digital I just click whenever, whatever and however – and Bob’s your uncle and Fanny’s your aunt. So we’re off!I have so many from St. Helena, Napoleon’s tiny, remote final exile home away from home, that I’ll have to split the Atlantic islands into two blogs, this one for south of the Equator. ST. HELENAfigure class="bn-content-list-image content-list-com...

Apr 28, 2016

Find a bouquet full of things to do in Erie in May

Sassafras St. Cost: Free. Info: 882-1954.   CONCERT BY Cheap 'N Easy: Sunday, May 1, 1-4 p.m.; Arundel Cellars & Brewing Co., 11717 E. Main Road, North East. Cost: Free. Info: www.arundelcellars.com, 725-1079.   Erie Jr. Philharmonic SPRING CONCERT: Sunday, May 1, 7 p.m.; Cole Auditorium, Memorial Hall, Edinboro University. Cost: $5; students and seniors, $3; families, $10. Info: 455-1375.   WLD Ranch Open House: Sunday, May 1, 1-5 p.m.; WLD Ranch, 7351 Woolsey Road, Girard; activities, information on programs, refreshments, more. Cost: Free. Info: 474-3414.   NEIL SIMARK EXHIBITION: Sunday, May 1, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Bates Gallery, Loveland Hall, 215 Glasgow Road, Edinboro University; students' Master of Fine Arts thesis show of ceramics continues daily through May 7, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Cost: Free. Info: www.facebook.com/BatesGallery.   COMMUNITY MUSIC SCHOOL SPRING RECITAL: Sunday, May 1, 1 p.m.; Dr. William P. Alexander Music Center Recital Hall, 110 Kiltie Road, Edinboro University. Cost: Free.   LAUGH/RIOT NEW WORKS FESTIVAL AND DIRECTING CLASS SHORTS: Sunday, May 1, 2:30 p.m.; Diebold Center for the Performing Arts, 217 Meadville St., Edinboro University. Cost: $10; $3, Edinboro students; $5, faculty, staff, and non-Edinboro students. Info: http://laughrioterie.com.   EDINBORO UNIVERSITY SINGERS AND CHORALE CONCERT: Sunday, May 1, 3 p.m.; Louis C. Cole Auditorium, Memorial Hall, 205 Meadville St., Edinboro University. Cost: Free. Info... (GoErie.com)

Apr 22, 2016

What's Happening This Week

HCC students $8, tickets at liveatharfordcc.com. THE LITTLE MERMAID, 8 p.m., Milburn Stone Theatre at Cecil College, 1 Seahawk Dr., North East. Based on the Hans Christian Andersen story and the Disney film produced by Howard Ashman and John Musker and written and directed by John Musker and Ron Clements. Visit www.milburnstone.com for tickets or details. LIVE BAND, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at North East VFW Post 6027. No cover charge, cash bar, guests welcome. Different Breed Saturday, April 23 BEL AIR FARMERS’ MARKET, 7-11 a.m., Mary E.W. Risteau Courthouse parking lot, Thomas and Bond Street, Bel Air.SPRING COMMUNITY YARD SALE, 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., West Nottingham Presbyterian Church, 1195 Firetower Rd., Colora. Stop and visit with our vendors and church members, rain or shine. HDG CITY-WIDE YARD SALE, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., throughout downtown Havre de Grace, with yard sales, sidewalk sales and bargains galore. Rain date is April 24. CONCORD POINT LIGHTHOUSE YARD SALE, 8 a.m., 700 Concord St., Havre de Grace, shop the tables on the grounds of the Keeper’s House if you are interested in setting up a table get in touch with the Concord Point Lighthouse staff. FARMERS MARKET, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Town of Elkton Farmers Market, corner of Bow and Howard streets in Elkton. Families can now purchase fresh vegetables, eggs, jams, jellies, award-winning salsa, soaps and baked goods directly from the growers and producers. Open 2 to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 8 am. to 12 p.m. Saturday. The market will run from April through October. SPRING YARD SALE, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Ravens Roost 119, 300 Biggs Hwy, Rising Sun. $10 per space. Bring your own table. Baked goods and beverages for sale. Contact Jimmy and Mary Gibney to request space: 410-658-5362 jandmgibney@zoominternet.net RIVER SWEEP, 8:30 a.m. to noon, Tydings Park at Commerce Street in Havre de Grace, free, www.upperbaytrails.com to register. River Sweep participants will fan out to spend the morning removing trash and other debris from the Upper Bay region including the Chesapeake Bay, Susquehanna River and tributaries that feed into the river and bay. Wear old clothes and bring work gloves. Volunteers who sign up in advance will receive lunch. EARTH DAY SERVEFEST AT JERUSALEM MILL, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Jerusalem Mill, 2813 Jerusalem Rd., Kingsville, jerusalemmill@yahoo.com. Join park staff and volunteers to make a difference in the environment in your local park – work includes trash removal, vegetation cutbacks and other tasks. EARTH DAY E-CYCLING DROP OFF, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Anita C. Leigh Estuary Center, 700 Otter Point Rd., Abingdon, free. Clean out your old electronics from the basement, family room and garage and recycle at our E-Cycling Drop Off. Call 410-612-1688 for information or directions. Free drop-off includes CPUs, flatscreen monitors, keyboards, mice, printers, scanners, cables, power supplies, VCRs, DVD players, telephones, cell phones, stereos, fax machines, circuit boards, video display devices and all flatscreen TVs. There is a $20 fee to drop off any size TV and a $10 CRT monitor that is NOT a flat screen. NO SALE YARD SALE, First Baptist Church of Havre de Grace, 108 Stokes St. The youth missions team is accepting donations of items for their Second Annual No Sale Yard Sale with items displayed and no purc... (Cecil Whig)

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