Birthday Flowers

A heart-warming Birthday surprise for someone you truly care about!

Funeral Service

Funeral Service Flowers for a well-lived life is the most cherished. Be that open heart for that special someone in grief.


Create that sense of peace and tranquility in their life with a gentle token of deepest affections.


Select from variety of flower arrangements with bright flowers and vibrant blossoms! Same Day Delivery Available!


Classically beautiful and elegant, assortment of roses is a timeless and thoughtful gift!


Blooming and Green Plants.

Florists in Bath, ME

Find local Bath, Maine florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Bath 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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Oct 15, 2020

N.J. field of lavender flowers blooms with great selfies -

A bathtub surrounded by thousands of lavender plants makes you smile.Under a clear blue sky In the middle of a farm, even better.Happy Day Farm has opened an acre of Instagram-friendly lavender plants at their farm in Manalapan.It’s mostly selfie-centric, no picking these plants. You can pick the raspberries but not the lavender.Maggie Mauceri relaxes in a tub in the middle of a lavender field at Happy Day Farm in Manalapan, N.J. June, 17, 2020 Ed Murray NJ Advance Media for“People have a natural draw to the plant,” said farm owner Tim Stockal.Visitors are encouraged to touch the plant and get the oil on their hands and smell the plant, said Stockal.“It’s a calming and soothing plant,” he added.The flowers alone make for great pictures and everyone had a camera. Mostly cell phones but a few professionals were also having fun.Several different props are in the field but everyone tries the bathtub.Yahudis Kaplowitz in a lavender field at Happy Day Farm in Manalapan, N.J. June, 17, 2020 Ed...

Sep 7, 2020

9-year-old boy earns praise for helping struggling flower vendor: ‘You are one awesome kid!’ - Yahoo Lifestyle

In The Know:Ecuadorian student sets up class under tree for kids without internet accessWork up a sweat at home with Obé FitnessOrganize your bathroom like a pro with these smart hacksPeople are raving about this $9 rosehip oil at UltaThe post 9-year-old boy earns praise for helping struggling flower vendor: ‘You are one awesome kid!’ appeared first on In The Know.

Sep 7, 2020

Indian Startup Makes Vegan Leather from Discarded Temple Flowers - VegNews

Agarwal and Prateek Kumar, the startup aims to address the waste created when the flowers are discarded into the Ganges river—where the drinking and bathing water becomes contaminated with pesticides used in the flower industry—by creating consumer products from upcycled flowers, including what it called “fleather.” Phool actively employs women—particularly those from lower castes—giving them opportunities and employment benefits such as health insurance. [embedded content] “Fleather is a viable alternative to animal leather,” Agarwal told media outlet Hindustan Times. “We convert floral waste into charcoal-free incense products. But last year, we decided to explore the development of animal-free leather. Intrigued by the formation of a leather-like white layer on unused piles of flowers, our research and development team discovered the growth of a microorganism which used flower petals as a nutritional source.” The team also discovered that flower leather contains chitin—an analog to leather’s durability component collagen—which makes the vegan material a viable substitute for animal skin. “We adapted the micro-organism to increase the thickness and strength of the fleather and better its texture. The tensile strength, elasticity, and sheer resistance of fleathe...

Sep 7, 2020

Holy zucchini and stuffed zucchini flowers, we have winners! - Pleasanton Express

Salt & pepper to taste • Tempura batter Directions: Blanch flowers in scalding water for a few seconds only. Quickly place in an ice bath then place on lined sheet pan with paper towels. **DO NOT BLOT. You risk damaging and tangling the flower petals. Mix cream cheese, cheddar blend, egg yolk and spices. Using a piping bag or Ziploc with end cut off. Fill with cream cheese filling. Take a flower. Open carefully to expose inner canal and slowly pipe filling. Fold over each petal to close in the filling. Prepare Tempura batter as directed on packaging. Dip flowers in batter and immediately place in hot vegetable oil to fry until lightly golden brown. Remove and drain on paper towel lined pan. Let cool as cheese filling is very hot! Beef Pho Enjoy! **Early in the morning pick the flowers from the zucchini plant that are not attached to a growing zucchini fruit. They are the male flowers. Thank you, Misty Ramos & Jake Uribe You can find the majority of these ingredients at H-E-B, your homemade garden or, if you really want to get authentic, any of the Asian markets in San Antonio. Our favorite is called Vietnam Market off Wurzbach Rd. Here’s what you need for the broth: • 1 onion • 4 quarts of water (this amount can vary) • 1 tbsp. salt • 1 tbsp. sugar • 2 tbsp. fish sauce (We use the Lucky brand.) • 1 beef stock cube • 1 pk. of Pho seasoning • ¼ cup of Hoisin sauce • Beef soup bones Other ingredients you’ll need: • bean sprouts • steak of your choice (We used ribeye.) • Pho noodles • Lemon • Thai basil Pho seasoning and beef stock cubes • Cilantro (for spice) • Hoisin sauce (for sweetness) • Sriracha sauce (for spice) First, you bake the beef bone wrapped in onion for about 30 minutes to bring out the juices. Then you place it in a pot of water with all of your broth ingredients and let it boil for about 3 hours. You can boil your steak meat of choice in a strainer over the boiling broth or in a separate pot. Boil your noodles in a separate pot for 2-3 minutes. (You don’t want them too soft or the broth will make them mushy once you combine everything.) Once everything is cooked, place your noodles in a bowl with the meat on top.

Aug 3, 2020

Gardening for life: enjoying lazy summer days - Montclair Local

Pay attention to your flowering bushes and get close to watch the diversity of pollinators on a single plant. Install a birdbath and bird feeder, and you will see an immediate surge in winged visitors.A tiger butterfly pollinates a flower. JOSE GERMAN/FOR MONTCLAIR LOCALAs social distancing continues, maximize the use of your yard. Have breakfast, lunch and dinner outside. Put out a table and tablecloth and experience the new way of “eating out.” Don’t forget the candles! It is, of course, BYOB.With gyms still closed, your yard or local park can be your workout space. Do your exercise routine early in the morning before the heat of the day makes things difficult. Grab a book and make a shady area of the yard your open reading room this summer. Enjoy the sound of the birds and be prepared to stop reading and switch to...

Jun 19, 2020

Obituary: Edith Florence Oliver - Press Herald

S HARBOR – Edith Florence Oliver, 77, of Holbrook Street, died Monday, June 15, 2020 at her residence surrounded by her daughters. Edith was born in Bath on Dec. 23, 1942, the daughter of Ernest William and Florence (Reed) Oliver. Edith spent all of her childhood at Popham Beach. She attended the Small Point Community Church where she participated in youth fellowship and choir. Edith and her parents were committed to serving the Popham Beach community, helping with the Popham Chapel, the historical society, the library, and community programs. During her childhood she participated in Brownies and Girl Scouts. Edith attended Small Point School, West Point and Phippsburg Center Schools and Bath Junior High. Upon graduation from Morse High School in 1960, Edith moved to Portland to attend business school and worked at First National Bank of Portland. On May 11, 1963, Edith married David Bichrest. Early in their marriage, they were stationed on Wood Island Lighthouse off Biddeford Pool for 30 months. After leaving the island, they moved to Cundy’s Harbor and built the home where, as she put it, “I did my best work”, raising six daughters, who were the “the loves of my life”. Edith dedicated herself ...