Florists in Casco, ME
Find local Casco, Maine florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Casco 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.
Casco Flower Shops
791 Roosevelt Trail
Casco, ME 04015
Casco ME News
Oct 15, 2020
Fall hiking in Door County: See blooming flowers, animals preparing for winter - Green Bay Press Gazette
Ahnapee and Kewaunee rivers through woods and fields from Sturgeon Bay to Algoma, with another section heading to Casco and Luxemburg before finishing in Kewaunee. It can be accessed from parking lots (with restrooms) at the trailhead at 1820 S. Neenah Ave., Sturgeon Bay; or Forestville Dam County Park, 1613 State 423, Maplewood.Cave Point, off Door County WD in the town of Sevastopol, is best known for its spectacular views of the Lake Michigan shore that can be accessed on a narrow walk, although hikers should know that there is no fencing or other protection from the steep dr... May 24, 2018
Don't be fooled by these pretty invasive flowers that are bad for Maine
So far, black swallow-wort is mostly limited to Maine's southern coast. The Casco Bay area has been hit by it "very badly," Olmstead said, and it has spread east to areas around Damariscotta and Newcastle. But it is on the move.
"Unfortunately, it's making its way inland," she said. "It's been located in Augusta, and people found it in the Sebago Lake region last summer. Because the seed is so small, it's easy to transport."
What to do if you find them
If people notice these plants in Maine, there are different strategies to take, the experts said. If they find them on municipal, state or federal property, they are encouraged to take photos and make a public report on the iMapInvasives website.
"Public reports are super helpful for us to understand where plants are distributed in the United States," Olmstead said.
If the plants are on their own property, people can take a more aggressive approach. According to Jackson, the best thing to do as soon as a homeowner notices a plant they've never seen before is to get it identified. If they can't do so on their own, they can head to their local University of Maine Cooperative Extension office to consult with the horticulturists there. Then, as soon as the plants hav... Feb 3, 2016
Peter Russell Fletcher
Peter Russell Fletcher, 67, of Casco, Maine, passed away at home on Jan. 31, 2016, after a courageous fight with Parkinson’s disease. Peter was born June 21, 1948, in Hartford, Conn. and grew up in Berlin, Conn. Peter graduated from Williston Academy and continued on to the University of Vermont. He served in the Connecticut National Guard, and was active in Connecticut Explorer Scouts and Kiwanis Club Berlin chapter for many years and served one term as president. At the age of 15, Peter started working for Leonard Abrahamson Home Construction. He founded Fletcher Woodworking and also worked for Arnold Carlson Construction before moving to Maine. Peter was a master artisan with wood and his workshop was a special place where he created beautiful pieces of woodwork. He passed on these skills to his son, Peter, and many others just like his father had. Peter and his wife Cathy, whom he married in 1974, dreamed of building a home in Maine, which he did in 1998 and lived there until 2013 when they moved to an ADA house... (Newbritainherald)