Pamela Egan Floral Design
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Pamela Egan Floral Design
7600 Winnetka Heights Dr
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Oct 10, 2019
Local Slow-Flower Farms Around Minnesota That Are Blossoming - Mpls.St.Paul Magazine
Allison DeRungs didn’t set out to own a flower farm. “What started as basic landscaping at home in Golden Valley turned into me growing over 75 kinds of dahlias,” she says. “Then I realized it could be a business.” She discovered other flower farms through social media, moved her family to Andover, and started growing a wild but curated collection of perennials and annuals. “Our flowers have a natural, garden-like, flowy feel,” she says. “Not every stem needs to be perfectly thought out.” Andover, flowerchildfarm.com
A small plot of peonies and woodies on a family farm turned into a full-fledged floral farm for Rachael and Jon Ackerman, who own the 10-acre Blue Sky Flower Farm. The farm is known for its dahlias and woody cuts, but the family also grows several peony varieties, unique perennials, sunflowers, and hydrangeas. Lakeville, blueskyflowerfarm.com
... Sep 7, 2016
The benefits of plants with stacking functions
GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - Heidi Heiland from local landscape firm Heidi’s Lifestyle Gardens and their new GrowHaus appeared on KARE 11 News at 4 p.m. to describe perennial plants that have stacking functions.
These plants can have many benefits such as being native, pollinator friendly, medicinal, drought tolerant, hold several seasons of interest and bio accumulators.
Angelica gigas -- This is a biennial plant from Asia that inhabits forests, grasslands and banks of streams. It's highly attractive to bees. The roots are used in traditional Chinese medicine. It is considered an herb traditionally used in Korean medicine. The plants of the angelica family are used to improve gynecological health. Though Angelica gigas is often seen as a female supplement, it is also used to improve cardiovascular and immune system health for both men and women.The herb is also being investigated for its anti-cancer effects. It has promise for being used alongside chemotherapy, but more evidence is needed... (KARE)Jul 5, 2016
She has four daughters, 14 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren.
CLIFFORD DALE ERDMAN
Cliff was born on July 11, 1941, in Golden Valley, N.D., at home to Hilda and Emil Erdman. He grew up on a cattle ranch near the Missouri River on a two section ranch.
Cliff owned a timber farm up the Nehalem River on the Oregon Coast. He cut firewood for 18½ years which he sold to rich beach house owners.
Cliff and his ex-wife raised two daughters Sunshine and Starlight on the timber farm. In 2000 he sold the timber farm and moved to The Dalles, Ore. Every year he would ride his 1990 BMW R100RT motorcycle from Oregon to Golden Valley to visit his family. He loves the rivers and the trees so he decided in 2006 to sell out of Oregon and he moved to Lewiston working as a handyman.
His favorite hobby is gardening and riding his Honda 110 motorcycle in the mountains. He chases after elk and deer during hunting season in Idaho. So far the elk have been safe for the past 10 years.
He enjoys visiting Clarkston Eagles and Lancers Casino playing Texas Holdem card games. Cliff can recite each hand that takes him out of a tournament.
Glenette was born July 13, 1916, to William and Crystal Fouste on the family homestead near Council. She spent her formative years on that ranch with two younger brothers and two younger sisters. At the urging of family friend Mamie McClure, Glenette enrolled at Normal School in Lewiston to pursue a career in education.
While on campus she met Ed Otton. They were married November 6, 1937. Ed and Glenette raised four rambunctious sons -Ed, Bill, Jim, Sid - in their home at Third Street and 18th Avenue.
After her boys were in settled in their schools, Glenette resumed her teaching career. She taught second grade at Poplar (now Grantham) Elementary for over 20 years.
Glenette has enjoyed gardening, reading, writing and visiting with her numerous friends and family. In addition to her four sons, she has seven grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, and 14 great-great-grandchildren.
Glenette has been an active member of the Congregational Presbyterian Church in Lewiston for over 70 years. Her family will host a reception for her from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Congregational Presbyterian Church, 709 Sixth S... (Lewiston Morning Tribune (subscription))Mar 11, 2016
Planting Cover crops with your potatoes may increase production
AgriSource Inc., Allied Seed, BMZ Bio Ag, DL Evans Bank, Golden Valley Warehouse, Green Cover Seed, Hawkes Fieldworks, Helena Chemical, Idaho Ag Credit, Landview Fertilizer, Northwest Farm Credit Services, Pheasants Forever, Rocky Mountain Ag, Simplot Grower Solutions, University of Idaho, US Bank, Western Seed and Zion's Bank.
The Soil Districts will continue to hold educational activities as well as rent the direct seed drills to farmers interested in trying the cover crop practice on their own farm.
(KMVT)Feb 3, 2016
Alice (John) Meginnes, Betty (Alvin) Tescher and Darlene Brown.
Memorials may be sent to Home on the Range, North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame or the Golden Valley Manor.
Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at www.silhafuneralhomes.com.
(Bismarck Tribune)Feb 3, 2016
June has five surviving siblings: Vern William Marlow, Stillwater, OK; Sue Streeter, Claremore, OK; Carol Pepper, Broken Arrow, OK; Victor Marlow, Golden Valley, AZ; and Roger Marlow, Dardanelle, AR. She was preceded in death by her mother, father and her brother, James Marlow.
A memorial service will be held at the Nevada State Veterans Home Chapel, 100 Veterans Memorial Dr., Boulder City, NV, on February 13, 2016, at 2 pm. Another memorial service will take place in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, on June’s birthday, April 24, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church: Luncheon at 11:30 and Service at 1 p.m. followed by the planting of a deep-red crepe myrtle tree in her memory next to the June Culpepper Memorial Porch.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Boulder City High School Library, 1101 Fifth Street, Boulder City Nevada 89005; or St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 817 Leahy Avenue, mail to P.O. Box 1476, Pawhuska, OK 74056, for bench, picnic table, or perennial flowers. Family and friends can sign an online memorial guestbook at www.bouldercityfamilymortuary.com
... (Pawhuska Journal Capital)
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