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Armada Florist & Gifts

23051 E Main St
Armada, MI 48005
(586) 784-5515

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Apr 4, 2021

After taking most of 2020 season off, Flower Fields set to bloom again - The San Diego Union-Tribune

In 2019, the attraction drew nearly 300,000.The long sloping hillside, which stretches for one mile along Armada Drive from Cannon Road south to Palomar Airport Road, has been home to flowering plants since 1923, when Paul Ecke Sr. moved his family’s poinsettia-growing operation south from Los Angeles.When the Eckes transitioned from cut poinsettia flowers to potted poinsettia plants and moved their growing operations inside greenhouses, the Carlsbad fields were leased in 1965 to another local grower, Edwin Frazee. His family began farming ranunculus flowers in the 1930s and over time developed them into hardier plants with stronger stems and bigger flowers with more petals. When Frazee retired in 1993, the Eckes brought in a new grower, Mellano & Co., which has farmed the property ever since. Fred Clarke, general manager of The Flower Fields in Carlsbad, demonstrates a new selfie station in the artist gardens. The Flower Fields will reopen on March 1. (Eduardo Contreras/The San Diego Union-Tribune) To ensure multiple acres of flowers are always in bloom during the spring season, the fields are planted in sequence, four to five weeks apart, starting with the fields farthest north in early September. Those northern fields are just now coming into bloom. By Mother’s Day, the southernmost acres will be awash in color. Usually each spring, the Flower Fields hosts a busy calendar of events with multiple classes, festivals, art fairs and concerts. Many of those won’t be held this year, and all of the school field trips — which usually bring 7,000 children to the property — have been canceled.Almost all of the regular points of interest will be open to visitors, though some may be monitored to avoid overcrowding. Attractions include the Paul Ecke historic poinsettia display, the sweet pea maze, greenhouses, a playground and the gardens maintained by the San Diego County Master Gardeners. There are also plans for live outdoor music, though the auditorium-style seating has been replaced this year with widely spaced benches to allow family groups to sit together but away from other guests. This year, visitors will be able to visit a new pick-your-own blueberry patch, also located at the north end of the fields. Planted five years ago, the 1.5-acre patch opened for the first time last March. But when the fields closed, Clarke brought in a gleaning company to pick the blueberry crop and give the fruit away to the needy. There are five varieties of high-bush blueberries growing inside the patch, which is netted to keep out hungry birds. A basket is $5. Clarke said the patch should produce 20,000 pounds of berries this year.div class="enhance...

May 1, 2020

Where to Order Mother’s Day Brunch, Dinner, Mimosa Kits in Southeast Michigan - Eater Detroit

Dinner features rack of lamb, chicken piccata, arancini, shrimp cocktail, and more. Blake’s Cider Mill: This Armada-based tasting room is offering a Mother’s Day menu for carryout. The package includes cinnamon rolls, a mimosa lite cider six-pack, a gallon of sweet cider, maple syrup, jam, and pancake mix for $50. Call 586-784-9463 or order online for pickup on May 10. Eve: Chef Eve Aronoff’s eponymous Eve the restaurant is serving Mother’s Day brunch for delivery on May 10. The cost is $40 per adult meal and $20 per kid-sized meal. Customers can choose from items like buttermilk biscuits with apricot-ginger jam, soft scrambled eggs with fontina cheese, lamb fajitas, and more. Build-your-own mimosas are also available. Zingerman’s Cornman Farms: This kitchen is creating a Mother’s Day menu for pickup featuring items like bake-at-home cheese gougeres, crepe cannelloni, frangipane apples, and fresh flower bouquets from University Flower Shop. Orders are accepted beginning Sunday, May 3. • What (and How) to Eat in Detroit During the Cor...

Mar 19, 2020

Coronavirus: Six beautiful flower places that are safe to visit. - Los Angeles Times

From the 5 freeway, take the Palomar Airport exit, drive east and up the hill toward the Grand Pacific Palisades Resort. Then turn left on Armada Drive in front of the resort to see the flowers.Info: theflowerfields.comCalifornia Botanic Garden California native shrub ceanothus blooms at the California Botanic Garden in Claremont.(California Botanic Garden) Claremont’s recently renamed California Botanic Garden (a.k.a. Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden) is the perfect place to take a stroll to see all the native California plants that grow here, including redwood and Joshua trees.The garden has postponed upcoming events but “remains open to provide our community with a beautiful outdoor space for relaxation and peace in this trying time,” the website says.Info: Adults, $10; seniors and students, $6; children, 3 to 12, $4; children younger than 3, free. 1500 N. College Ave., Claremont; calbg.orgLompoc flower fields Lompoc’s commercial flower fields erupt in spring.(Bottle Branding) Expect colorful swaths of larkspur, delphinium and Queen Anne’s lace when the commercial flower fields near Lompoc start blooming any day now. No worries about getting lost. This nifty bloom tracker will guide you. Visitors are not allowed to walk in the fields, but they are encouraged to take photos. Advertisement Info: The flower fields rotate each year around Lompoc Valley; follow these tips and map. Daylilies Daylily Gardens Ever wonder where they get the gorgeous flowers bordering the paths at Disneyland? Landscape architect John Schoustra grows them for big landscape jobs, but he invites the public to view and/or buy some on Saturdays from April 4 through the end of June. Greenwood’s day lilies, irises, geraniums and other flowers used to be grown in the ground, organized by color. Now they’re grown in pots. “So the gophers and the weeds can’t get them,” says Schoustra, who’s proud to sell the only scented lilacs that will bloom in Southern California.Info: 8000 Balcom Canyon Road, Somis, Calif.; greenwoodgarden.comOtto & Sons Nursery Roses bloom at Otto & Sons Nursery in Fillmore.(Otto & Sons Nursery) Soon everything will be coming up roses at a class="Link" href="

Nov 18, 2016

2016 Holiday Show Guide: Concerts, plays, special events abound

Shedd Aquarium, 1200 S. Lake Shore Dr.; $49.95-$34.95, children under 3 free. MUSIC Irish Christmas in America: With Oisin Mac Diarmada, Niamh Farrell, Samantha Harvey and Seamus Begley. Nov 26 at Old Town School of Folk Music, 4544 N. Lincoln; $25, $27. Harry Shearer & Judith Owen’s Christmas Without Tears: A reverent and irreverent antidote to the most stressful of seasons. Dec. 11 at Space, 1245 Chicago, Evanston; $20-$70. Celebrating the Holidays with Friends: Composer/arranger Janet Landon presents an evening of music featuring cast members of “The Christians,” which begins performances Dec. 1 on Steppenwolf’s mainstage. Dec. 19 at Steppenwolf’s 1700 Theatre, 1700 N. Halsted; $20. Foiled Again Holiday Concert: The jazz-folk trio present holiday classics and more. Dec. 19 at Space... (Chicago Sun-Times)

Feb 3, 2016

Friday's roundup: Southfield fends off Troy Athens

Branden Rucker added 10 points and seven rebounds for Southfield. Brendt Stephens scored 12, all on 3-pointers, for Athens. More boys Armada 50, Algonac 45: Adam Job and Fred Lawson both had 12 and Mitch Ruczynski had 10 for Armada (4-2). Mark Ruhlman had 11 for Algonac (1-6). Belleville 61, Dearborn Heights Crestwood 48: Daveon Williams had 22 points, Kelvin Blades had 12 points and eight rebounds for Belleville (4-2). Charles Demmings had 12 for Crestwood (2-3). Birmingham Seaholm 45, Birmingham Groves 42: Max Clark and Joe Wujciak each had 11 points for Seaholm (2-4). Johnnie Reece had 12 points for Groves (4-2). Bloomfield Hills 50, Troy 48: Josh Jones had 15 points and Justin Henry had 10 for Bloomfield Hills (5-3, 1-0 OAA White). Jason Dietz and Danny Sully each scored 17 for Troy (3-3, 0-1). Canton 57, Livonia Franklin 32: Logan Ryan and Obi Okoli each had 15 points for Canton (7-0). Jax Gasaway had 11 for Franklin (1-6). Dearborn Heights Robichaud 60, Dearborn 58: Jashawn Westley had 18 points and 10 rebounds, Jairus Grissom had 15 points and 11 rebounds and Jaylen Favor had 10 points and seven boards for Robichaud (4-2, 2-0). Shane Moran scored 15 points for Dearborn (1-6, 0-1). Detroit Allen Academy 73, Taylor Trillium 31: Drequan Bell had 20 points and five steals and Mark Watts added 12 points for Allen (4-2, 1-0). Taylor Trillium is 0-4, 0-2. Detroit Cass Tech 53, Detroit Western International 48: Michael Farmer had 15 points and Leonard Silas had 14 points and eight assists for Cass Tech (2-5). Brailen Neeley scored 14 for Western (6-2). Detroit CMA 62, Detroit Southeastern 47: John Phillips had 15 points and 10 rebounds, DaMonte Jones had 15 points and Dayshawn Brown had 10 points and 10 rebounds for CMA (4-1). Alante Coward had 16 points for Southeastern (2-5). Detroit Denby 67, Detroit Davis Aerospace 30: William Goodwin scored 15 points and Dakota Lewis had 13 for Denby (4-2, 2-0). Detroit Douglass 68, Detroit Central 54: James Smith III and Carlos Byars-Walker each had 15 points and Kelly Broadus scored 14 for Douglass (3-5). Darius Linum had 15 points for Central (4-2). Detroit East English Village 77, Detroit Henry Ford 71: Karmari Newman had 19 points and Tedrick Lattimore had 16 points and 14 rebounds for East English (5-2). James Towns scored 21 for Henry Ford (4-3). Detroit King 69, Detroit Cody 9: Jesse Scarber had 13 points and Maseceo McCadney had 11 for King (5-2). Cody is 2-4. Detroit Osborn 49, Detroit Mumford 40: Rashard Zimmermon had 17 points and eight rebounds and Kenneth Holloway had 10 points and 10 rebounds for Osborn (3-2, 1-1 PSL). Mumford is 4-2 (1-1). Detroit Renaissance 68, Detroit Pershing 53: Justin Turner led Renaissance (5-0, 2-0 PSL) with 22 points and seven rebounds, while Richard Talley added 13 points and 10 rebounds. David Syfax scored 30 for Pershing (3-3, 0-2). Detroit University Prep 73, Southfield Bradford A... (The Detroit News)

Feb 3, 2016

Friday, Jan. 22 high school sports roundup

Preps Girls basketball Armada 37, Imlay City 36: Imlay City was paced by Ashton Comb’s 17 points and 16 rebounds. Abby Schefka chipped in 10 points and 14 rebounds. Belleville 61, Dearborn Heights Annapolis 18: Belleville’s Katelyn Sherwood scored 21 points, and Victoria Perez also added 15 points. Belleville improves to 9-2, 5-0 in the Western Wayne. Bellevue 51, Colon 32: Bailey Whitcomb led Bellevue with 17 points and five steals while Casie Shannon added 13 points in the victory. Bellevue improved to 10-1. Big Rapids 63, Central Montcalm 52: Central Montcalm was led by Kiara Wernette’s 14 points and Bree Brasington’s 12 points and 10 rebounds. Central Montcalm slips to 6-5. Birmingham Seaholm 49, Auburn Hills Avondale 19: Seaholm’s Mackenzie Harbort led all scorers with 16 points. Seaholm improves to 9-2. Canton 31, Plymouth 19: Breanna Finn had 13 points in the win for Canton (9-2, 5-0 KLAA South). Also, Hannah Badger had nine points in the loss for Plymouth (3-8, 2-3 KLAA South). Dearborn Fordson 50, R... (USA TODAY High School Sports)