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Florists in Berkley, MI

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

Berkley Flower Shops

Creative Greenery

3728 11 Mile Road
Berkley, MI 48072
(248) 548-4055

Dynasty Flowers And Gifts

2570 12 Mile Rd
Berkley, MI 48072
(248) 548-6666

West Born Market

27659 Woodward Ave
Berkley, MI 48072
(248) 547-1000

Berkley MI News

Dec 10, 2020

Rare, giant, smelly corpse flower about to bloom for 24-48 hours at Longwood Gardens -

Longwood Gardens. Photo courtesy of Longwood Gardens.Longwood’s corpse flower began as a seed at the University of California Berkley in 2008, moved to the Chicago Botanic Garden, where it bloomed previously, and then to the Philadelphia-area gardens in 2018.After repotting in March of this year, Sprout began to exhibit new growth in May and was back into public display.After the flower blooms and dies back, a gigantic leaf, as large as 20 feet tall and 16 feet across, will grow from the underground corm, which is an underground energy-storage organ consisting of a swollen stem base covered with scale leaves.Thousand bloom Chrysanthemum, rare blue poppies and more: Here’s what’s in store for Longwood Gardens in 2020For those who won’t be able to visit Longwood Gardens during Sprout’s short bloom period, the gardens have set up a livestream of the corpse flower on its YouTube channel.[embedded content]Thanks for visiting PennLive. Quality local journalism has never been more important. We need your support. Not a subscriber yet? Please consider supporting our work.

Jan 12, 2017


November. MEMORIAL BY DIANE BUKOWSKI December 25, 2016 Visitation Mon.Dec. 26, 2-8 pm    Sawyer-Fuller Funeral Home 2125 12 Mile w. of Woodward Berkley, MI Funeral: Tues. Dec. 27, Family Hour 9:30 AM Mass 10 AM      Church of the Transfiguration 25225 Code Rd. (w. of Lahser at Ten Mile) Southfield, MI SOUTHFIELD—Dorothy Loretta Ellis Bukowski, 94, mother of this paper’s editor and her six siblings, died December 22, 2016 in hospice, succumbing to complications from surgery performed at Southfield’s Providence Hospital earlier in November. Mrs. Bukowski and her late husband of 60 years, Robert Bukowski, also had ten grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. I am the oldest of Robert and Dorothy Bukowski’s seven children, all born and raised in Detroit after our parents’ marriage on Oct. 18, 1947. One sibling, Paul Bernard Bukowski, passed away Oct. 29, 1972 in a car accident. This is a personal eulogy to my dear Mother, who along with my father was always there for everyone in their extended family, and loved each one of us equally despite differences that developed as we grew older. They taught us to love others as well, instilling no racial bias into our upbringing. I left my family home near 7 Mi... (voiceofdetroit)

Dec 2, 2016

Corpse flowers blooming around the country are strangely synchronized

Botanical Garden at the University of California at Berkley.There have been only 157 recorded blooms ever since 1889, reported Accuweather, but corpse flower blooms have been reported in Florida, Indiana, Missouri, New York, and Washington D.C. Some scientists speculate that the blooming flowers may be genetically related, putting them on similar schedules. (KGO-TV)

Feb 2, 2016

Tuesday's roundup: Erin Hill leads Martha's Vineyard past Bishop Stang

Olivia Bengtson also had 11 points for the Lions (5-3). Bishop Feehan 79, Somerset Berkley 25 — Junior Katie Nelson scored 21 points for the Shamrocks (7-1). Hanover 59, Middleborough 33 — Hayley Wardwell (13 points) and Meaghan Raab (12 points) led the way for the Indians (8-0). Braintree 58, Dedham 40 — Keelah Dixon scored 14 points for the top-ranked Wamps (7-0). Pope John 68, Saint Joseph Prep 47 — Gianni Hill had 25 points, 10 rebounds, and 8 steals to lead the Lions (5-5). North Reading 47, Ipswich 41 — Jess Lezon scored 21 points to lead the 13th-ranked Hornets (9-1). Hamilton-Wenham 48, Lynnfield 25 — Jaclyn Sibbe scored 16 points to lead the Generals (4-3). Brighton 63, East Boston 30 — Junior Gladys Ambers scored 29 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for Brighton and Ella James added 10 points and 15 rebounds. Newton North 68, Natick 57 — Junior guard Sayawni Lassiter had 21 points and 11 assists for the Tigers. Lynn Classical 63, Saugus 29 — Paris Wilkey scored 21 points to lead the Rams (8-4). Pentucket 45, Georgetown 30 — Boo Torrisi scored 17 points while Carolyn Modlish chipped in 15 points and 11 rebounds for the sixth-ranked Sachems (8-1). Newburyport 60, Manchester Essex 37 — Emily Pettigrew scored 20 points to lead the Clippers (7-2). Swampscott 60, Revere 55 — Faye Parker had 19 points and 12 rebounds for the Big Blue (7-2). Foxborough 51, Franklin 45 — Ashley Sampson scored 21 points for the Warriors (6-1). Archbishop Williams 63, Austin Prep 28 — Sophomore Asiah Dingle had 18 points and freshman Bridgette O'Reilly had 15 for the Bishops (5-1). Salem 53, Peabody 42 — Melissa Gray scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Tanners (4-3). Pembroke 59, Scituate 50 — Junior Allison Comeau had 17 points and freshman Jayne Howe had 20 points and 19 rebounds for the Titans (8-1). Walpole 57, Needham 52 — Junior Kelly Fogarty scored 17 points for the Rebels (5-4). Lynn English 54, Gloucester 34 — Sophomore Dorothy Ezemba had 19 points and 24 rebounds for the Bulldogs. Masconomet 64, Amesbury 48 — Junior Grace Fahey had 16 points and seven rebounds to lead the Chieftains (6-3). St. Clement 40, Marian 20 — Sophomore Darcey Dupre led the Anchorman with 11 points. Norwood 68, Weymouth 50 — Meghan Reen scored 14 points to lead the Mustangs. Norfolk Aggie 72, Southeastern 65 — Junior Colleen Sullivan had 20 points for the Rams (8-2). Mt. Alvernia 51, Rockport 37 — Senior Kiera Duggan scored 19 points for the Mustangs (8-2). Cohasset 54, Mashpee 26 — Senior Megan Rosano had 14 points to lead the Skippers. Falmouth 66, Dennis-Yarmouth 34 — Senior Taylor Miller scored 20 points and hauled in 11 reboun...

Feb 2, 2016

Tuesday's roundup: Mott notches first boys basketball win

Jordan Graham scored nine each for Farmington (1-7, 1-1 OAA Blue). Ivan Barraza scored 15 for Rochester (3-6, 1-1). Farmington Hills Harrison 66, Berkley 55: Adrian Pattah had 23 points and Trevon Dixon 14 for Harrison (4-3). Fraser 46, Madison Heights Madison 27:Brendan Gordley scored 17 and Jordan Bell 10 for Fraser (1-7). Mike Floyd scored 12 for Madison (1-7). Hamtramck 63, Detroit Henry Ford Academy 56: Charles Shannon had 20 points and eight rebounds and Jermaine Byas scored 10 for Hamtramck (4-2). Trevion Williams had 28 points and 14 rebounds for Henry Ford (3-5). Harper Woods Chandler Park 52, Starr Academy 20:Matthew Richmond scored 19 and Jalen Martin 15 for Chandler Park (7-... (The Detroit News)

Jan 8, 2016

Arts & Entertainment

E. Lockwood St., Covington. KREWE OF CLAUDE: 1 p.m. Sunday. The Slidell Mardi Gras krewe rolls, starting at the intersection of Berkley Street and Spartan Drive. KREWE OF POSEIDON: 2 p.m. Sunday. The new coed krewe will follow the Krewe of Claude. The parade starts at the intersection of Berkley Street and Spartan Drive in Slidell. Visit for more information. SCRAPBOOK CLASS: 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday. Create a three-ring scrapbook using personal photos. Registration and supplies required. Call (985) 626-7997. Pelican Park Castine Center, 63350 Pelican Drive, Mandeville. CHILDREN’S STORYTIME: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. Reading of the children’s stories “You Will Be My Friend!” by Peter Brown and “The Story of Fish and Snail” by Deborah Freedman. Barnes and Noble, 3414 U.S. 190, Mandeville. WEEKLY EVENTS CAMELLIA CITY FARMERS MARKET: 8 a.m. to noon Saturdays. Live music, seasonal fruits and vegetables, arts and crafts and more. East St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce, 1808 Front St., Slidell. COVINGTON FARMERS MARKET: 8 a.m. to noon Saturdays. Fresh seasonal produce, baked goods, plants and more. Covington City Hall, 609 N. Columbia St. The market also is held on Wednesdays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Covington Trailhead, 419 N. New Hampshire St. MANDEVILLE TRAILHEAD COMMUNITY MARKET: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays. Local food, fresh produce, live music, arts and crafts and more. Mandeville Trailhead, 675 Lafitte St. ABITA SPRINGS FARMERS MARKET: Noon to 4 p.m. Sundays. Fresh produce, local food, crafts and more. Abita Springs Trailhead, 22056 La. 59. ... (The New Orleans Advocate)