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Ray Hunter Flower Shop & Greenhouses

Order flowers and gifts from Ray Hunter Flower Shop & Greenhouses located in Flat Rock MI for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 28815 Telegraph, Flat Rock Michigan 48134 Zip. The phone number is (734) 782-2250. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Ray Hunter Flower Shop & Greenhouses in Flat Rock MI. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Ray Hunter Flower Shop & Greenhouses delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Ray Hunter Flower Shop & Greenhouses
28815 Telegraph
Flat Rock
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(734) 782-2250
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Jun 19, 2020

Flowers in bloom at The North Carolina Arboretum show off colors of springtime -

Spartanburg, Taylors, Greer, Piedmont, Anderson, Clemson, Liberty, Pickens and Easley, South Carolina and Hendersonville, Asheville, Black Mountain, Flat Rock and Fletcher, North Carolina.

Apr 20, 2018

Annual Rhododendron and Azalea Flower Show is April 28

Saturday, April 28 at St. John in the Wilderness, Wilderness Room (old Parish Hall), 1895 Greenville Highway, Flat Rock. The judged show will feature hundreds of cut rhododendron trusses and azalea sprays as well as arrangements and new hybrid blooms grown in this area. It will be open to the public for viewing from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Chapter members will be on hand during the show to answer questions. Anyone is welcome to exhibit single rhododendron trusses, azalea sprays or arrangements featuring rhododendrons and/or azaleas, even if you're not a member. The chapter can provide expert information on “Cutting Trusses for Show," as well as how to prepare flowers for exhibit. Bring your fresh cut entry to the St. John in the Wilderness, Wilderness Room (old Parish Hall) between 8:30 a.m. and 10 a.m. on April 28. Standard vases will be provided. April Sanborn, show chairman says,, “I think this will be a good move for us because of the easy access and the size of this beautiful facility.” For more information, contact April at or call 828-586-8648. (

Apr 27, 2017

Family Gardening Provides More Than a Bountiful Harvest

Paint the name or a picture of the flower or vegetable on a flat rock, slat from a discarded mini blind, paint sticks or other recycled items.Consider giving everyone his or her own garden space. Let them pick their own plants and be responsible for its maintenance.   Design individual plots or divide larger beds into smaller sections. Or give each family member his or her own container.  This is a great option when planting space and time are limited.  And just about anything can be planted. An old 5-gallon bucket or washtub with holes drilled into the bottom, recycled nursery pots or a colorful raised planter make great gardens.Direct fast moving, small feet down the path and away from plants. Fun edging materials, mulched pathways or slightly raised beds help delineate pathways from gardens. This helps to keep children from trampling the plants.Grow some quick-maturing plants like radishes and lettuce that are ready to harvest in 30 to 45 days along with slower growers like watermelon and tomatoes. You will keep everyone interested if there is something growing, blooming and good to eat throughout the season.Reduce the risk of mistakes. Kids, like so many gardeners, suffer from “more is better” syndrome. Avoid damage from overfertilization by using a low nitrogen organic fertilizer like Milorganite (  It’s safe and won’t burn your plants even if the weather becomes hot and dry.And enlist my favorite “Pluck, drop and stomp” pest management strategy. Teach children the difference between the good and bad insects and then have them burn off some excess energy as they implement the process.End the season with a harvest party. Use your homegrown produce to prepare a picnic or fancy dinner for family and friends. And be sure to use some of those beautiful flowers you grew to decorate the table.

Mar 30, 2017

A shamrock bouquet of issues

Don’t cry wolf when there is no wolf, because a liar will not be believed, even when he speaks the truth.Mary Garrison lives in Flat Rock. Reach her at (

Dec 15, 2016

Flat Rock paramedic immortalized on Rose parade float

Andrea Puskar, who is handling publicity for Gift of Life of Michigan. Gary Terreault, a 29-year paramedic from Flat Rock, was later an EMS coordinator and instructor at Providence Hospital in Southfield. He died at the age of 61. His wife, Laurie, two sons and a daughter-in-law will be flown to California to see the float — a two-sailed Polynesian outrigger which is book-ended by palm trees, exotic birds and tiki totems. Several donor recipients from around the country will ride the float, paddling on the craft while relatives of recipients and donors will walk alongside during its five-mile parade route. The Dignity Memorial network of 13 funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers in Detroit sponsored the floragraph finishing event which allows loved ones to put the last touches on the portrait created by the artists commissioned by the Donate Life organization. “We hope the floragraph portrait and the Donate Life float at the Rose Parade bring awareness to the importance of being a registered donor and giving others the chance at a new life,” said Vern Pixley, senior managing director at Dignity Memorial. TV broadcasts of the Rose Bowl parade are viewed by tens of millions of people each year. Southfield Fire Chief Johnny Menifee, who knew Terreault, said: “We are so happy to offer our fire station as the place where Gary’s family, friends and volunteers can gather to recreate his image for this wonderful tribute. “Gary’s dedication to his job saved hundreds of people in the Detroit area.” Menifee added: “Gary had a great outlook on life. He left his family with the memories of his kindness, wisdom and sense of humor, but his legacy lives on through his final act of kindness, which was to be an organ donor.” (248) 338-0319 Donate organs Gift of Life Michigan is the state’s federally designated organ and tissue donation program and serves as the intermediary between donors and their families, hospital and transplant center staff, and patients waiting for these precious gifts. Anyone can join the Michigan Organ Donor Registry, regardless of age or healthy history. Go to or call (866) 500-5801 to register or to get more information. Read or Share this story: ... (The Detroit News)

Apr 22, 2016

Entertainment briefs: 'Music of The Beach Boys' at FRP

The Music of The Beach Boys' at FRP</strong></p><p>Flat Rock Playhouse has resumed its 2016 Music on the Rock concert series with “The Music of The Beach Boys” at the Playhouse Downtown.</p><p>This highly requested tribute will feature such hits as “God Only Knows,” “Good Vibrations,” “Kokomo,” “California Girls,” “Surfin' Safari,” “Fun Fun Fun” and many others.</p><p>Members of The Garden State Guys, the band that rocked the 2015 Music of the Rock concert featuring the music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, will return to star in this musical celebration of the band that pioneered the “California Sound” with songs of love, cars, girls and, of course, surfing.</p><p>The Garden State Guys consists of New York-based singers David R. Gordon, Brandon Lambert, Kasey Marino and Allan Snyder.</p><p>Alex Shields is the music director for "The Music of The Beach Boys" and will also play the keyboard with Jim Black on drums, Daniel Iannucci on bass and Bill Altman on guitar.</p><p>... (


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