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Order flowers and gifts from New Design Floral located in Grand Rapids MI for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 973 Cherry St Se, Grand Rapids Michigan 49506 Zip. The phone number is (616) 356-2446. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about New Design Floral in Grand Rapids MI. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. New Design Floral delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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973 Cherry St Se
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Dec 18, 2019

Caspian post new live clip for "Flowers of Light" - Next Mosh

N Exit InApril 18 Louisville, KY Diamond Pub & Billiard Concert HallApril 19 Columbus, OH Ace of Cups—-June 1 Ferndale, MI The Loving TouchJune 2 Grand Rapids, MI The Pyramid SchemeJune 5 Chicago, IL Lincoln HallJune 6 St. Paul, MN Turf ClubJune 8 Denver, CO Bluebird Theatre —-[embedded content]Follow: Share the post "Caspian post new live clip for “Flowers of Light”" ...

Oct 26, 2018

Eastern Floral, community partners 'petal it forward' in West Michigan

Hope College."Eastern Floral and volunteers gave out around 1,600 bouquets on Oct. 24 in Holland, Grand Haven and Grand Rapids. Because of the partnership with the Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan, "Petal it Forward" was also used as an opportunity to promote the foundation's Be Nice program. The Be Nice action plan is to help others notice, invite, challenge and empower their peers.Hope College students volunteering for "Petal it Forward" said it was a great way to give their peers a boost during the stress of midterms."I've never heard of anything like this before, and I thought it was a simple, but meaningful way to make a difference," Hope senior Shay Pinhey said. "It's a simple action for make to take, but it could have a huge impact on someone else."— Follow this reporter on Twitter @SentinelErin. ...

Jul 26, 2018

Stinky 'corpse flower' in full bloom at Michigan garden

The corpse flower blooms at Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park in Grand Rapids, Mich., Thursday, July 12, 2018. The garden's staff nicknamed the flower "Putricia" for its putrid smell, which is often compared to rotting meat. The flower is opening for the first time since it was planted in 2000. Cory Morse / AP GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Visitors are flocking to a Michigan botanical garden to get a whiff of the unpleasant-smelling "corpse flower" that's in full bloom for the first time in 18 years.The Amorphophallus titanium, also known as the "corpse flower," began blooming Wednesday at the Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park in Grand Rapids. The garden's staff nicknamed the flower "Putricia" for its putrid smell, which is often compared to rotting meat. The flower is opening for the first time since it was planted in 2000.The whole conservatory currently smells and the flower's signature stench lives up to the hype, said Steve LaWarre, Meijer Gardens' horticulture director. Visitors have described ...

Apr 6, 2018

Volunteers to plant flowers at 27 city parks this spring

A tourism group -- working with Grand Valley State University -- is on a mission to beautify the city of Grand Rapids.Michigan Cares for Tourism is spearheading an effort to plant flower beds at more than two dozen city parks. Ten of the parks are in the downtown area.Organizers of the Adopt-A-Bed program say flower beds have been neglected due to low staffing and funding.Once planted, the beds will be maintained by area youth through a training program grant.Patty Janes is a GVSU professor who is helping run the program. "You know, 74 parks in Grand Rapids; 27 of those have flower beds that are relatively untouched," she said. "And so the hospitality community is charged with donating and providing all those flowers to those beds."Unless the community comes together to help and support each other, we will never be the best we can be.''The beds will be planted during National Tourism Week, which runs May 6 through the 13. You can find more information by clicking here.?Make it easy to keep up to date with more stories like this. Download the WZZM 13 app now.Have a news tip? Email news@wz... (

Oct 5, 2017

Fall colors already starting with black ash, some maples, ferns and flowers

We’re just barely behind last year in terms of current color change, ‘’ said Jessica Hartshorn, DNR forest health specialist in Grand Rapids.Cervenka reminded folks to look down, not just up, to see bountiful fall color among grasses, wildflowers and ferns. And she added a new tip this year: If you want to see more color, look for hilly areas, and not just because you get longer vistas.“In general there’s more variety, more tree species, in hilly areas. Flat areas generally tend to have fewer or even single species,” she said. The more species, she added, the better the chance you’ll see one or more at its peak color at any one time.As occurs each year, some individual trees started turning color in August. But (sorry to disappoint some armchair phenologists) very early coloring is a sign of unhealthy trees, not an early autumn or winter. Trees can’t predict what weather is to come. That early color was likely caused by drought, stress, insects, disease or disturbances like nearby construction or traffic.Experts say the true onset of fall color is triggered by shortening daylight hours and the impact that declining light has on the chemistry of leaves. But temperature and sunshine also play key roles: Cooler nights help bring out more color, as do sunny days.It’s that combination of shorter days, but especially the colder temperatures, that cause the change in hormones in the leaf that trigger senescence. Warm weather, especially at night, can slow that process down even as days get shorter.“A light frost at the start of the color season actually helps produce vivid color,” said Kao Thao, a DNR naturalist at Fort Snelling State Park.That’s exactly what was forecast for parts of Minnesota’s Arrowhead earlier this week.“What we want are nice days with cool nights to get it going. But not a major frost. A hard frost can kill the color fast,” Cervenka said.Chlorophyll gives leaves their green color, while anthocyanins, carotenoids and tannins produce the reds, golds and browns that come to the forefront in the fall, the DNR notes. Those shorter periods of daylight mean a closing off of the leaf veins that carry liquid sugar in and out of leaves. Sugars in the leaf permit the red and purple colors to develop.Purple-like and red pigments are found in the leaves of maple and oak, some varieties of ash, and tall shrubs like cherry, sumac and viburnum. Yellow is always present in leaves all summer long, but the color is revealed when the green pigment in chlorophyll breaks down.More recent research also shows that leaves have evolved to develop those bright colors as a sort of sunscreen against damage as the tree goes dormant, protecting the leaf as long as possible so the tree can keep drawing nutrients until the leaves fall.Of course, heavy rain or strong winds that come during peak color can quickly strip trees of their leaves, cutting the color show short.As black ash begin to turn yellow, sumac are turning red. Next up will be maples on the back side of Lake Superior’s North Shore hills — from Duluth to Grand Portage — with birch, aspen and tamarack to follow... (

Feb 23, 2017

Flowers, gifts, and more at Kennedy's Floral

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich (WOOD) -Valentine’s Day is just one week away, have you gotten something special for the person you love? EightWest called up Kennedy’s Floral and Gifts for some unique ideas. Obviously, Kennedy’s makes gorgeous flower arrangements, but you can pick up so much more. From Brighton jewelry gift sets to funky accessories, Kennedy’s has a little something for everyone. Kennedy’s owner, Lori, joined eightWest tot talk more about Valentine’s Day and and International Women’s Day.Don’t forget to show your love for either holiday (or both!). Kennedy’s has a fabulous promotion of free arrangements in March, see below for details. Surprisingly, International Women’s Day is worlds biggest floral holiday around the world. Maybe soon, it will be in the United States, as well!Happy Women’s Day special: You will get a touch of spring when to Kennedy’s you bring Your Selfie vase to give you Zing FREE refills are quite the thing – until April 29, 2017Kennedy’s Flowers & Gifts4665... (


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