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Florists in Great Falls, MT

Find local Great Falls, Montana florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Great Falls and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Great Falls Flower Shops

Chrysalis Flowers & Unique Gifts

1601 2Nd Ave N Ste 120
Great Falls, MT 59401
(406) 205-4443

Great Falls Floral & Gifts

1815 Central Ave
Great Falls, MT 59401
(406) 727-3866

Herman's Flowers, Inc.

1426 14Th St. S.W
Great Falls, MT 59404
(406) 452-6489

Great Falls MT News

Aug 3, 2020

Willie Beaty, Sr. | Obituary | Valdosta Daily Times - Valdosta Daily Times

Mr. Beaty is survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Debra and Rochester Murphy of Great Falls, VA; his son, Willie E. Beaty, Jr., and his daughter-in-law, Della Sanford Beaty, of Ashburn, VA; his grand children: Claude Beaty Murphy of Great Falls, VA; and Aries Debra Michelle Beaty of Valdosta, GA; his great grand daughter, Kylie Beaty of Valdosta, GA; and a host of nieces and nephews. The Funeral Service for Mr. Beaty will be held on Tuesday, August 4, 2020, 11:00am, at Chestnut Grove Cemetery, 831 Dranesville Road., Herndon, VA 20170. Mr. Beaty was a kind and caring person. He always tried to help people in need. So, in keeping with his spirit, in lieu of flowers, the family asks that you donate funds to your local food bank or Church in his memory. Due to COVID 19, we are working on Live Streaming the services. Arrangements By: Lyles Funeral Service, Serving Northern Virginia, Eric S. Lyles, Director. Lic. VA, MD, DC. 1-800-388-1913 Published on July 31, 2020 ...

Jun 22, 2019

Floral and lush, this $12 South African white wine blend blossoms in your glass - The Washington Post

Goska’s Liquors in Severna Park, Snider’s Super Foods in Silver Spring, Wine Cellars of Annapolis. Available in Virginia at Classic Wines in Great Falls, Ellwood Thompson’s Natural Market in Richmond, Whole Foods Market in Vienna. GREAT VALUE Lini 910 Labrusca Rosé NV Lambrusco dell’Emilia, Italy, $16 Lambrusco, a light-bodied, sparkling red, is Italy’s surprise partner to pizza, barbecue and charcuterie. This is the first rosé Lambrusco I’ve tried, and it’s a delight. Flavors of watermelon, strawberry and wild herbs make for a refreshing patio pounder, and if you’re not careful, you may finish it before the food is ready. And there are bubbles! This wine is new to the market, but it should get wider availability, especially if customers aren’t skeptical about trying a pink lambrusco. ABV: 11 percent.Imported and distributed by Winebow: Available in the District at Rodman’s. Available in Maryland at Bradley Food & Beverage in Bethesda, the Perfect Pour in Elkridge. Domaine Naturaliste Rebus Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Wilyabrup, Margaret River, Australia, $30 Winemaker Bruce Dukes has crafted an elegant, plush New World-style cabernet that explodes with ripe flavors of blackberries, currants and blueberries. Even with its fruit-forward flavors, it maintains an Old World sensibility — the oak is beautifully integrated to give structure and tannin to the wine, the alcohol is in check, and there’s a mineral undertone that suggests a fine bordeaux. Pair this with the next large hunk of beef you grill for a summer party. ABV: 14 percent.Imported by Artisans & Vines. Distributed in the District by Hop & Wine, in Maryland by Artisans & Vines, and in Virginia by Hop & Wine and LK Wine Tours & Sales. Available in the District at MacArthur Beverages, Rodman’s. Available in Maryland at Bethesda Co-Op in Cabin John, Bradley Food & Beverage and Georgetown Square Wine and Beer in Bethesda, and the Wine Harvest in Gaithersburg, Takoma Park-Silver Spring Co-Op in Takoma Park. Available in Virginia at Aldie Peddler in Aldie, Locke Store in Millwood, Murphy Beverage in Winchester, Vienna Vintner in Vienna. Gone Rogue Mish Mash White 2018 Great Southern, Australia, $23 This delicious riot of a wine — designed to appeal to iconoclasts of all ages — is a blend of riesling and pinot grigio, with a dash of viognier tossed in for good measure (and, well, aromas and body). That recipe corresponds to none of the paradigms of the wine world, but it succeeds with a frenzy of flavor, balance and fun. Both the name and label encourage us to “go rogue” and defy limitations. ABV: 13 percent.Imported by Artisans & Vi...

May 25, 2017

OBITUARY: David M. Paparella

Maurice Gruner, whom he married in December 2014, and their son Ethan. He is also survived by his brothers Michael Paparella, III of Great Falls, MT and Paul Paparella of Paradise Valley, AZ and by his sister Roseanne Simanavage of Crown Point, NY as well as his nieces and nephews Suzanne, Steve, Katie, Matthew, Wendy, John, Josh and Joe. He is also survived by his beloved Aunt Gigi (Virginia) Smith of Schenectady, NY, and cousins Mandy, H.J., Gemma, Amanda, Robert, Michael, Mark and Joseph. David was a member of Huntington Fire Company #3. Through high school he worked as a volunteer at Griffin Hospital in Derby. David became a truck driver soon after graduating Shelton High School in 1976 which led to him buying his own rig and traveling over the road. In 1980, he got off the road and drove a school bus in Shelton. David was also a videographer for Shelton High football during his time as a bus driver. Later that school year he joined the band Thunderidge and became their sound engineer. Following his love for music he moved to California in 1983 where he met his new best friend Claudia and worked at her company, ProAudio, in Burbank, CA as an equipment technician. He had the good fortune to work with dozens of celebrity musicians. In 1985 while still at ProAudio he had the opportunity to become a partner in the startup company RBJ Computer Systems, also in Burbank CA where he remained for more than 28 years. David spent most of those years as a hardwa... (Shelton Herald)

Apr 20, 2017

2017 spring home and garden tours and events in the DC area

In advance $25, day of tour $30.Hundreds of healthy plants, donated by club members, will be available for purchase at the Great Falls Garden Club’s Plant Sale. May 13, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Free.Pick up perennials, herbs, heirloom tomatoes, hanging baskets, houseplants and more at Silver Spring Garden Club’s annual Garden Mart fundraiser. May 13, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. South terrace of the Visitors Center at Brookside Gardens, 1800 Glenallan Ave., Wheaton. 301-962-1400. Free.The Capitol Hill House and Garden Tour features homes on East Capitol Street, Fifth Street, A Street and more, as well as Naval Lodge No. 4 on Pennsylvania Avenue in Southeast. May 13, 4-7 p.m., and May 14, noon-5 p.m. 202-543-0425. In advance $35, tour weekend $40.The CCWC Homes Tour, Marketplace & Silent Auction features guided tours of three homes in Clifton and Fairfax, including a home inspired by Twelve Oaks, Ashley Wilkes’s home in Margaret Mitchell’s “Gone With the Wind,” plus a silent auction and marketplace at the Clifton Presbyterian Church, May 18, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 703-609-347...

May 3, 2016

'May the Art Be With You' this First Friday

Friday’s art walk.(Photo: COURTESY PHOTO/DEELING GREGORY) A short time ago in a galaxy not so far away, a group of artists known as the Great Falls Art Collective brought the First Friday Art Walk to the Electric City. During this month’s “May the Art Be with You” art walk, bedeck your Death Star or fix up your Millennium Falcon with gorgeous local art. First Friday runs from 5 to 9 p.m. Most of the locations serve refreshments, and all events are free unless otherwise stated. Amazing Gallery at Amazing Toys, 515 Central Ave. Deeling Gregory shows “Flowers for Cat and Cheeto,” a three- by three-foot acrylic painting on masonite, as well as small prints of the same subject. A humorous confrontation between dog and artist is presented to the viewers, who can decide for themselves if there is a clear winner. Catherine-Rose Gregory Wendt, the artist’s daughter and owner of the dog, is the subject of the painting, along with Cheeto and assorted spring blossoms. Art Center Great Falls, 5505 62nd Ave. S.W. Art Center Great Falls will not be part of this month’s art walk, but you can still visit it two blocks behind UPS on Gore Hill or online at 452-0200 Back Alley Pub, 112 Central Av... (Great Falls Tribune)

May 3, 2016

Ace Greenhouse: Growing local plants for local customers

Buy Photo Pat and Becky Parker, both Ace Hardware employees, grow about 95 percent of the flowers and plants sold at the Great Falls stores in their six greenhouses at Ulm.(Photo: TRIBUNE PHOTO/RION SANDERS)Buy Photo Ace Hardware in Great Falls is a locally owned business and because of this, owner Jim Hellen works to sell locally produced products when possible. When it comes to bedding plants and flowers, Hellen especially wants to provide his customers with local starts. “You have better luck when they’ve been started in our climate,” Hellen said. For years, however, finding greenhouses that could keep up with the huge demand for plants at Great Falls Ace stores was a struggle. “I wanted to support the little greenhouses in our area,” Hellen said, but one or two small greenhouses couldn’t meet the need for plants. “It was difficult, there are no big operations that wanted to supply at the ‘wholesale’ level.” Hellen ended up buying from several small greenhouses and spent time knocking on doors trying to find more gardeners for Ace. One of the small greenhouses was Parker Gardens, owned by Pat and B... (Great Falls Tribune)