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Flowers and Gifts News
Jun 19, 2020
Q-Tip: Treat Yo'self with Flowers - northernexpress.com
Old Mission Flowers, Traverse CityGinny Coulter says her business plan is simple: “Grow amazing flowers and invite customers to come pick them.” There’s no cash register, no scanner, and no salesperson, but her garden — bursting with whatever is blooming (narcissus, tulips, peonies, china asters, celosias, ageratums … ) is open every day, dawn to dusk, until October. Simply cut what you like, pop them in a provided jug, pail, or vase of water if you like, then drop cash or a check in the tube on her garden shed door. Find it about 14 miles up Old Mission Peninsula at 16550 Center Rd. (Driveway is accessible via Ladd Rd., on right.)
Leelanau Specialty Cut Flowers, CedarYou can stop by Michelle Shackelford’s flower farm stand (13435 S. Cedar Rd.) any day of the week, through mid-October, for oodles of fresh-cut, sustainably grown flowers (plus potted herbs, heirloom tomatoes, and dried lavender), but you can also sign up for a subscription: You’ll receive a weekly bouquet (four pickup locations available), through September, for $72 a month. Want to keep that fresh feeling going all year? Ask about her November and December wreaths and centerpieces, too.
Sow She Grows, Frankfort (pictured above)Charla Burgess’ flower and farm shed offerings are as flexible as it gets: Go for her otherworldly variety of alá carte cut flowers, wearables, succulents (Kokedama ball, anyone?), wreaths, dried flower creations, jams, and homemade bread — or stay home and order up a weekly summer subscription, for an ultra-spry $60–$228. (Mini-bo... May 31, 2019
Miller & Woodruff to Lead Flower Trends Forecast 2020 - PerishableNews
Profit Blasts and presented trends at the WFFSA Floral Distribution Conference
in 2018. Derek operates Floral Underground in Traverse City,
IFD Flower Trends Forecast includes
the types of flowers, colors of flowers, the floral design styles, bridal
bouquet styles, decorating accessories and color palettes of the top emerging
trends. The annual Floral & Design Trend Book and videos detailing the
emerging themes, bridal bouquets, flowers and styles are released throughout
the year at www.FlowerTrendsForecast.com. The annual project is a partnership with the
Produce Marketing Association and is made possible with the support of leading
industry partners; Accent Décor, Ball SB, Candle Artisans, Design Master,
Dummen Orange, Elite Flower, Equiflor, Knud Nielsen, Pete Garcia, Rosa Flora,
Smithers-Oasis, Sun Valley Flower Farm, Syndicate Sales and Wm F Puckett.
International Floral Distributors, Inc. Flower Trends Forecast is published by International Floral Distributors, Inc
(IFD). IFD is a consortium of floral
distributors with 59 locations across the United
States providing quality fresh flowers and florist supplies to florists and
event floral specialists. IFD is owned
by 18 floral distributors who are dedicated to serving the unique needs of
companies that specialize in floral products.
For more information about IFD visit www.ifd-inc.org.
... Aug 15, 2016
Funeral Arrangements Made for Bill Marsh Sr.
Funeral arrangements have been set for Bill Marsh Sr., a well-known Traverse City businessman who passed away last week.
Visitation for Marsh will be held Wednesday from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the St. Francis Catholic Church. A scripture service will be held at 7 p.m. at the church.
A visitation will be held at 10am on Thursday at the church, with a funeral mass taking place at 11am.
In lieu of flowers, the Marsh family is requesting memorial contributions be made to Munson Hospice or Grand Traverse Area Catholic Schools.
(MI News 26)Jun 10, 2016
Full Michigan high school track and field results
Chippewa Valley 13; East Lansing 13; Wayne Memorial 13; 18. Novi 12.50; 19.(Tie) Northville 11; Waterford Kettering 11; Macomb Dakota 11; 22.(Tie) Traverse City Central 10; White Lake Lakeland 10; Fenton 10; Jackson 10; Ann Arbor Skyline 10; 27.(Tie) Detroit East English 9; Davison 9; Muskegon Mona Shores 9; 30. Utica 8.50; 31. Ypsilanti Community 8; 31.(Tie) Grand Rapids Ottawa Hills 8; Walled Lake Central 8; Wyandotte Roosevelt 8; Birmingham Brother Rice 8; Southfield 8; Grand Rapids Northview 8; 38.(Tie) Brighton 7; Dearborn 7; 40.(Tie) Traverse City West 6; Canton 6; Bay City Western 6; Saginaw Heritage 6.
DISCUS – 1. Connor Bandel, Oxford, 198-11 (New MHSAA Final Meet and L.P. Division 1 Meet Record – Old Record – 197-11, Joey Sarantos, Portage Northern, 2001); 2. Adetokunbo Ogundeji, Walled Lake Central, 178-00; 3. Jacob DeBoer, Davison, 167-02; 4. Randy Prince, Portage Northern, 159-11; 5. Kyle Piotrovsky, Waterford Kettering, 156-10; 6. Khalil Johnson, Flint Carman-Ainsworth, 156-05; 7. Zach Confer, White Lake Lakeland, 152-06; 8. Jake Babb, Caledonia, 150-10.
POLE VAULT – 1. Jonny De Haan, Rockford, 15-00; 2. Andrew Harrison, Wyandotte Roosevelt, 15-00; 3. Cale Snyder, Macomb Dakota, 14-00; 4. Scott Sawyer, Novi, 14-00; 4. Evan Wheat, Kalamazoo Loy Norrix, 14-00; 6. Dan Leone, Grosse Pointe North, 14-00; 7. Alex Peskin, Jenison, 13-06; 8. Joe Albright, Walled Lake Northern, 13-06.
SHOT PUT – 1. Connor Bandel, Oxford, 67-05.75 (New MHSAA Final Meet and L.P. Div. 1 Meet Record – Old Record Final Meet Record –64.05, Todd Duckett, Kalamazoo Loy Norrix, 1999; Old Div. 1 Record – 63-9, Michael Martin, Detroit Catholic Central, 2008); 2. Jannik Schmitt, Salem, 54-04.50; 3. Ethan Culberson, Utica, 54-02.25; 4. Darrick Gibson, Clinton Twp. Chippewa Valley, 52-09.50; 5. Evan Litch, Bri... (USA TODAY High School Sports)May 18, 2016
Fantastic weather coming for Michigan's explosion of color from tulips, cherries
Michigan will love that weather.
Tulip Time runs from Saturday, May 7, to May 14 in downtown Holland.
The Traverse City area cherry blossoms are also about to erupt with color.
Cool nights and near normal temperature days are just what we want for a long display of color from these two spring performers.
Gwen Auwerda, Executive Director of Tulip Time in Holland, MI says tulip blossoms can last up to 21 days if high heat is avoided. Auwerda says most of the tulips in Holland, MI are at peak right now, with some of the late bloomers expected to peak next week.
The peak blooming is right on time for the Tulip Time festival.
Auwerda says nights in the 40s and days in the 60s will let the tulips keep their flowers three weeks. If we hit 80°, the blooms don't last very long. In that warm scenario the blooms only last a few days.
Related: Vintage Tulip Time photos, 10 highlights of 2016 festival
The temperature forecast for May 12-18, 2016 calls for Michigan's temperatures to be normal to slightly cooler than normal. It's not something most want to hear right now, but the tulips and cherry blossoms will love it.
Cherries about to burst with colorThe cooler weather has slowed down the cherry blossoms in northwest Lower Michigan. Nikki Rothwell, MSU Extension ... (MLive.com)Apr 28, 2016
Experience northern Michigan's spring wildflower show
TRAVERSE CITY — Warm, sun-filled days coax the region’s spring wildflowers from the earth for the brief annual show. Several hikes guided by local wildflower whisperers provide opportunity to experience the display within woodlands, wetlands and dunes.
Paula Dreeszen leads hikes through the Pete’s Woods section of Arcadia Dunes. Arcadia Dunes, known as C.S. Mott Nature Preserve, is Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy’s largest preserve. The 1.5-mike walk highlights the early cycle in the region’s six-week progression of wildflower blooms.
“People so look forward to the change from winter to spring and to all the life popping out,” said Dreeszen.
Experts help locate and identify emerging plants and blooms, maximizing the experience, she said.
Rainfall amounts, temperatures and soil fertility time the display. The season’s first blooms peek from their beds, stimulated by sun rays falling to the forest floor unblocked by leafy tree canopies. The region’s spring wildflower show typi... (Traverse City Record Eagle)
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