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Florists in Adrian, MI

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

Adrian Flower Shops

Barrett's Flowers & Greenhouse

1033 W. Beecher
Adrian, MI 49221
(517) 265-5595

Maple City Floral

155 N Main Street
Adrian, MI 49221
(517) 265-7103

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Feb 27, 2020

Obituary: Catherine "Kitty" Mulroe - Montclair Local

Victoria, Vincent, Megan, Conor, Brigid, Fiona, Danny, Katie, Catherine, Robert, Peter Michael, Peter Joseph, Michael, Pierce, Alex, Joseph, Elijah, Adrian and Nicole; sister Sheila; and brothers Jim, Tom and Dermot.Visitation will be this Sunday, Feb. 16, from 1 to 5 p.m., at the Hugh M. Moriarty Funeral Home, 76 Park St., Montclair. A mass of Christian burial follows Monday, Feb. 17, 10:30 a.m., at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, 30 North Fullerton Ave., Montclair.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, PO Box 302, Maryknoll, NY, 10545. For directions and online condolences visit{background:#fff;clear:left;font:14px Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif;width:100%}...

Feb 27, 2020

Get Ready for May Flowers With These Floral-Patterned Items - Westchester Magazine

Pliner Sylvi mule Add a hint of print to any outfit. $150; Love My Shoes, The Cocktail Garden Illustrated by Adriana Picker and featuring recipes by Ed Loveday, it will be hard not to tear out and frame each page from this beautifully illustrated book. $19.95, Womrath Book Shop, White floral three-drawer chest Bring the outside in with this statement dresser. $399.95; Pier 1, Yonkers Kate Spade blossom-flounce anorak Brighten up a spring day with this adorable jacket. $286, Kate Spade, White Plains Shelley Kyle Velvet Rose oud perfume Looking like a rose not your thing? Embrace floral by smelling like one. $72, STILE Fashion Home, ...

Jan 4, 2020

Winter Flower Bomb Looks to Highlight Everett Square Bus Stop - Everett Independent

On * average, the noscript tag is called from less than 1% of internet * users. */-- Adrian Gill, of Ad Hoc Industries, is serving as the creative director for the BRT initiative and said the Winter Flower Bomb will be a way to generate excitement for something that typically isn’t exciting – waiting for the bus. “We really thought the last Flower Bomb was super successful and we wanted to ty to do a winter version that could stay up longer,” he said. “The last one was only up three days because of the nature of fresh-cut flowers. This one will be made with dried flowers and will stay up at least a month. That’s the big difference between the two of them. Because this one will go in over the winter, it’s going to have more of a winter super-feel to it.” Gill said Price would be using dried flowers, birch branches and LED lights at night. The idea isn’t just to delight in the beauty of seasonal flowers, but to generate excitement for the bus and the idea of enhancing it with BRT improvements like dedicated bus lanes and level boarding. “It’s really going to be a cerebral thing and the reason why we chose this idea for a Flower Bomb is because flowers are a universal sign of giving and crosses all barriers – whether class, politics or language,” said Gill. “No matter what, we can all speak with the language of flowers. We thank the mayor and how much he has already done. Now we can bring something exciting to public transportation. It’s good to do something celebratory with BRT. It’s not only the metrics. Any time we can improve the experience for bus riders, it’s a good thing. “There are only so many times you can go to the public and talk about BRT before it becomes boring,” he continued. “ Now we have an opportunity to talk about level boarding and other BRT concepts with an interesting frame – flowers.” The event on Wednesday, Dec. 18, will take place at 11 a.m. in Everett Square. ...

Sep 19, 2019

Potentially Deadly Toxic Plant Found Blooming On NYC Sidewalks - CBS Pittsburgh

New York City Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe. Benepe spotted the plant during a bike ride this weekend. He says he’s seen many more just like it around the city. “It’s a plant that spreads very quickly through seeds and will colonize disturbed soil,” he said. “It’s kind of what happens if you create a planting bed and don’t maintain it.” MORE: Invasive Plants Overrun New York’s Parks Benepe says the plant is dangerous. “If a child were to ingest one of those seed pods, it could be very serious complications including death,” he said. Another major concern is the possible impact on drug users. “People’s unintelligent decision for trying to experiment with the plant, that’s where you find most cases of poisonings,” said Marc Hachadourian of the New York Botanical Gardens. Despite the danger level, the New York Botanical Garden says there’s no reason to be alarmed. Instead, it encourages people to just be aware and alert if they come across it. “This isn’t an invasion of poisonous plants that are out to get us,” said Hachadourian. “There are many poisonous plants that are found in New York City.” Back at Columbus and 93rd, that’s little comfort to those passing by. “Get it out as quickly as possible – like, today,” said Bongiovanni. “I don’t care whose jurisdiction it is, it needs to be taken care of right away,” said Dhostino. Exactly who is responsible for this plant is still a mystery, but the city says it has now removed it. The city says its gardeners infrequently find jimsonweed in city parks, but when they do, they remove and dispose of it immediately.

Aug 22, 2019

Nell Nolan: Floral Trail, Rotary Club Metairie, Imperial Woods Gourmet Club -

Rose DiBenedetto and Ava Anne DiBenedetto, Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Anthony DiBenedetto; Ella Claire Langlois, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Christopher Langlois; Adriana Elizabeth Orellana and Caitlin Alise Orellana, Mr. and Mrs. Orellana; Liv Elise Steltz, Mr. and Mrs. Steltz; Mary Kate Elizabeth Steltz, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Michael Steltz; and Emery Lynne Tantillo, Mr. and Mrs. Jed Alan Tantillo.More features of the festival of Flowers were music by Carnaval, under the direction of B.J. Perez III; the return of former queens; centerpieces of geraniums and light pink roses; and the legacy of royalty, which her majesty Emma will behold and experience through the years.InstallationThe Metairie Country Club was the site for the night when the Rotary Club of Metairie held its 66th annual installation of officers. Prominent was the motto, “Service Above Self” in the dining room that was aglow with candles and blooming white orchids. Past cocktails, master of ceremonies Jim Ray (with Janice) welcomed everyone and introduced outgoing President Randy Martin (with Gayle), who reported on the achievements of the year. Guests then dined on turtle soup, a main course choice and pecan pie.Honored during the formalities was Citizen of the Year, Messina’s Catering and Events, which sponsors the annual Thanksgiving lunch for the Harahan Senior Citizens. From the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office, were honorees Deputy Elizabeth Walker from the 1st district and Detective Breadon Cohen, 4th district. Accompanying them, in turn, were Lt. Andrew Walsdorf and Lt. Brian Karcher. Lamar “Trip” Jones, Katie Buchler, Harold Buchler Jr. and Michele Morel received Paul Harris Fellow achievement awards.In addition to new President Harold Buchler Jr., the officers — as installed by past District Governor Greg Lier — are Jones, Luke DeLouise and Steve Mogle (with Joy), while Katie Buchler, Jennifer Esler, Glen Higgins and Clif Rhodes will answer to directors.Cheering them were Skip and Nancy Weber, Karen Babin, George and Yvonne Mahl, Dr. Linde and Martha Guarisco, Lori Ramsey, Dr. Tom and Mary Kennedy, and from the presidential family, Harold’s spouse Beth, mother Margaret and son H. Andrew Buchler III.Let’s DineThe Imperial Woods Gourmet Club of Harahan assembled for the annual Closing Party at the lovely home of Mayor Tim Baudier and his wife, Monica, with attendees bringing prescribed menu selections from the year’s theme of the “Tricentennial of New Orleans.” The monthly sit-down formal dinners incorporated sub-themes throughout the year, attesting to the city’s French, Spanish and African Creole influences.What fun it was to see guests arriving at the Baudier home dressed as such “NOLA characters” as Ursuline nuns, Cafe du Monde waiters, a famous burlesque entertainer, Carnival royalty, Ruthie the Duck Lady, and famous chefs Paul Prudhomme, Emeril Lagasse and Susan Spicer.The décor included a gold curtain lit from behind with twinkling lights highlighting the club’s flag/logo.Reveling in the fun of friendship and food — and both were plentifully served — were Michel and Kevin Boudreaux, Buffy and Jody Lafont, Phil Gunn and Jeanne Turner, Susan an...

May 31, 2019

Holland's Keukenhof Gardens—the Largest Flower Garden in the World—Is the Perfect Spring Destination - Mental Floss

October 2009. It officially opened to the public on January 4, 2010. 3. The Burj Khalifa was designed to resemble a flower. Adrian Smith, the architect behind the Burj Khalifa, designed the building to resemble the Spider Lily, a regional desert flower. 4. The Burj Khalifa houses a massive art collection. Any building as large as the Burj Khalifa is bound to have a lot of wall space to fill. Altogether, the building’s art collection is enormous: There are more than 1000 pieces from some of the world’s best-known artists (with a focus on Middle Eastern artists) hanging within the property—many of them specifically commissioned for the building. 5. You don’t have to be in Dubai to admire the Burj Khalifa’s architecture. One of the most recognizable architectural features of the Burj Khalifa is the “telescopic” spire that tops it, which is made from more than 4000 tons of steel. On a clear day, that spire can be seen from up to 60 miles away. 6. The spire is a controversial element of the Burj Khalifa. Though the Burj Khalifa’s spire is one of its most defining features (and has a practical use: housing the building’s communications equipment), in architectural circles, it’s somewhat controversial—as are spires in general. In 2013, the Chicago-based Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat issued a report on what they deemed “vanity spires,” claiming that these uninhabited spaces are simply used to make a building stand that much taller. According to the report, 60 percent of the world’s tallest buildings wouldn’t be so tall at all without their spires. The Burj Khalifa in particular would lose 700 feet of its height. 7. The Burj Khalifa is home to one of the fastest elevators in the world. [embedded content] It makes sense that the world’s tallest building would need to keep its visitors moving, and quickly. While it doesn’t hold the record for the fastest elevator, it reportedly ranks third (moving at a speed of 22 mph). It takes just one minute to get from the ground floor to the observation deck on the 124th floor. 8. The Burj Khalifa holds a number of world records. Yes, it's world’s tallest building, but the Burj Khalifa holds a number of other world records, too. According to CNN, these additional superlatives include: the world’s tallest freestanding structure, the highest number of stories, and the highest occupied floor. 9. The Burj Khalifa may not be the world’s tallest building for much longer. While the Burj Khalifa has enjoyed a nearly 10-year run as the world’s tallest building, it’...