Rambling Rose Floral & Gift
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Rambling Rose Floral & Gift
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Oct 10, 2019
VIDEO: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS Cast Makes Flower Arrangements - Broadway World
Little Shop with fresh ears, in a way they never have before."
The production stars George Salazar as "Seymour Krelborn;" MJ Rodriguez as "Audrey;" and Amber Riley as "Audrey ll;" Kevin Chamberlin as "Mr. Mushnik;" Matthew Wilkas as "Orin Scrivello;" with Brittany Campbell, Tickwanya Jones, and Cheyenne Isabel Wells, and puppeteers Tyler Bremer, Kelsey Kato, Tim Kopacz, Sarah Kay Peters, and Paul Turbiak.
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Sunday Shift: What's It Gonna Take for the Patriots to Keep Trey Flowers and Shaq Mason?
Hunter's deal to keep Flowers around? He's paid well over $10 million (in real cash) in a single season before. Richard Seymour earned an astronomical $24.6 million in bonuses in the 2006 season, although his cash earnings in his final three seasons with the Pats (2006-08) totaled $26.2 million - an annual average of about $8.74 million. Vince Wilfork made $19 million (including an $18 million signing bonus) in the first year of his biggest contract with the Patriots back in 2010, but over his final five years in New England he earned about $7.9 million annually.
Paying Flowers over $10 million in cash for 4-5 years would be fairly unprecedented for Belichick and a defensive lineman, but the Seymour and Wilfork contracts at least indicate that he's willing to pay up for a player he feels can anchor his positional group. There's also the fact that Belichick has paid near that amount for other mainstays, like Nate Solder ($9.15 million AAV from 2015-17) and Devin McCourty ($9.99 million AAV from 2015-17). Stephon Gilmore, whose signing was more of an outlier compared to other Patriots acquisitions, is set to earn $41.8 million from 2017-19, an annual average of about $13.9 million.
Sometime in the next eight months, we will find out whether Flowers is considered in that same vein.
Nick Foles of the Philadelphia Eagles throws against Trey Flowers during Super Bowl LII. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
Working against Flowers is that the Patriots' spending on the defensive line has been relatively paltry since the departure of Wilfork. They traded Chandler Jones, the only potential edge rusher since then who would get paid a big extension. The Patriots' cash spending on the defensive line is set to be $19.3 million in 2018, which would rank 23rd in the NFL. In 2019, it drops to $10.9 million, 25th in the league. So if they want to keep Flowers in the fold, they'll have to pay him almost 50 percent on top of their total cash spending in '19.
Also not working in Flowers' favor is the depth the Patriots have along the D-line. They signed Adrian Clayborn in the offseason, and they have Lawrence Guy, Deatrich Wise, and Derek Rivers all signed through 2020. If one of these players, particularly the latter two, take a big step forward in 2018, that may make Flowers more expendable in Belichick's eyes.
The last report on Flowers and his contract status came shortly after Super Bowl LII, when Jeff Howe reported in the Boston Herald that the Patriots would begin contract talks with him later in the offseason. Well, it's later. The fact that nothing else has come out could really mean anything. But if the Patriots can't lock him in to an extension before the 2018 season, it'll get a hell of a lot more expensive for them to make it happen after that. In that same light, NBC Sports Boston's Tom E. Curran noted earlier in the offseason that Flowers is far from a lock for an extension, considering how pricey he could get as a talented, versatile player at a premium position.
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Jan 21, 2018, Foxborough, MA: New England Patriots guard Shaq Mason against the Jacksonville Jaguars during the AFC Championship at Gillette Stadium. (Photo Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)
Mason's situation is far less complicated, but not much less expensive. Does Belichick hold Mason, who's ascended to become one of the better guards in the NFL in recent years, in the same high regard as he did Logan Mankins? Regardless of how Belichick va... May 24, 2018
Find 50000 tulips at cemetery's annual tulip festival and photo contest
Contestants can photograph tulips with props or people or they can focus in on the flowers, as Paul Seymour of Westland did last year in his first-place photo of a single tulip stem. Two years ago, Lenin Kuchipudi of Farmington Hills won a third-place prize for his photo showing a sea of yellow blooms with the mausoleum as a backdrop.
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"One year, we had a lady who brought her cello out and someone took photos of her in front of tulips. Occasionally, they'll sneak in a pet dog for a photo. We see all these photographers taking photos," Krall said. "It's really fun to see people come out and enjoy these tulips. The cemetery is a place for the living and we want people to be able to enjoy the cemetery."
A tulip garden map and a guide, indicating color and variety at each planting site, is available on White Chapel's website. Photo contest entries also are posted on the website and visitors can vote for their favorites. Judges will consider the public vote when they choose winning photos. The contest ends at 11:59 p.m. Sunday, May 27.
Krall said the contest receives 100-200 entries every year. Contestants can enter up to a total 10 photos - five in the selfie category and another five non-selfie tulip photos.
Tulips are just beginning to open at the cemetery and Krall said the best viewing time likely will be the middle of the month.
"Tulips are not a very long show to begin with," he said. "You have three to four weeks. With the winter hanging on so long, almost all of them will be late bloomers."
White Chapel Memorial Park Cemetery is at 621 Long Lake Road. Hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Call 248-362-7670.
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Jul 27, 2017
Latest craze prompts edible flower shortage
Sainsbury's has even listed a stand alone pack in the herb section,” explained James Seymour, Westland Nurseries Product development manager, exclusively to Inapub.“Not long ago it was difficult to persuade people to eat edible flowers, but now thanks to Instagram and some big name restaurants using them, they’ve become a hit.”The petals and full flower heads of certain flowers can be used in salads, desserts and even cocktails.James said: “There are no strict rules when it comes to using them. It’s down to the chef or individual to play around with ingredients and textures. Some are admittedly just to add colour – you don’t even need to use many on a plate.”He said that they were currently harvesting 100,000 viola flowers a week, and were always trying to predict volumes but had been pleasantly surprised by the surge in popularity.James also said that people were being inspired by the growingly popular hobby of foraging, thus becoming more familiar with edible flowers.Chefs are advised to seek help before putting flowers on the menu, as some flowers or bulbs can be toxic. What’s the next big trend?“We try to stay ahead and predict what might be popular next. We’re thinking it might be linked with heritage variety crops or edible rose petals.“Rose petals are a classic middle eastern flavouring but were also used in traditional British food about 400 years ago. The petals can be ... (Inapub Editorial)Jul 27, 2017
Sainsbury's launches edible flowers range
Product development manager at Westland Nurseries, James Seymour, said “The summer season is the perfect time to liven up sweet and savoury dishes with these flowers. We’ve been working to curate the perfect selection of edible varieties for the Sainsbury’s punnet, that will be both beautiful and delicious.”Sainsbury’s will also be launching a punnet of edible flower varieties in a fresh herbs mix, selling for £3 from the end of June. (Fruitnet)Feb 9, 2017
Petal power: Big events bloom for Seymour florist
Traveling to California to help with floral design work on a couple of Tournament of Roses Parade floats has become a routine for Seymour business owner Bobby Eldridge.
While he recently did that for the 15th straight year, Eldridge got a new opportunity.
Just 10 days after returning from California, he was packing his bags and boarding a plane to head to Washington, D.C., to do floral design work for presidential inauguration events.
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Photo from Google/ President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, attend a candelight dinner Jan. 19 at Union Station in Washington, D.C. Bobby Eldridge, owner of Prestigious Affairs in downtown Seymour, helped put together the table centerpieces made of white roses. Google photo
Submitted photo/ The Lucy Pet Foundation's Tournament of Roses Parade float travels down a street in Pasadena, California.
Submitted photo/ The Lucy Pet Foundation's Tournament of Roses Parade float won the extraordinaire trophy and set two world records.
Submitted photo/ The Lucy Pet Foundation's Tournament of Roses Parade float won the extraordinaire trophy and s... (Seymour Tribune)
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