Florists in Malta, MT
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Malta Flower Shops
10 S. First St. W
Malta, MT 59538
Malta MT News
Jun 10, 2016
Brinley Rose Galerie: "A perfect little star" who died after car crash involving pregnant mom
Thursday for a funeral in Mechanicville and burial in Dunning Street Cemetery in Malta.
"I had all my children and grandchildren at my house Thursday night to celebrate the upcoming birth, because Brittany was due on Saturday," said a great-grandmother, Anna Peluso Galerie, of Mechanicville.
The mood at the family gathering was festive and joyous.
As the parents-to-be got ready to leave the party, someone said: "Next time we see you, Brittany, you'll have your baby."
A short while later, the baby's pregnant mother, Brittany Austin, and father, Francis Galerie, were involved in a collision that sent them to the hospital while State Police and the Clifton Park & Halfmoon Emergency Corps worked at the crash scene.
The baby was delivered by emergency C-section at Albany Medical Center Hospital and weighed 8 pounds 12 ounces, according to a relieved relative who called the great-grandmother.
"Everything's fine," Galerie was told. "The baby is perfect. Gorgeous."
The injuries to the parents appeared minor, too, and the great-grandmother went to sleep feeling grateful, and blessed.
A daughter came to her house to break the news the next morning, June 3, a Friday.
"The baby didn't make it," she said. It turned out there had been brain damage to the baby, who clung to life in the neonatal unit of Albany Medical Center Hospital for nearly10 hours after she was born.
A crushing loss enveloped the large, extended family and their friends for the past week.
"It's been awful. Horrendous," the great-grandmother said Thursday. "It's a sad, sad day. I just hope Frankie and Brittany can get through it."
She excused herself to catch a ride to the funeral home.
People from across the Capital Region struggled to find the right tone to express their condolences in an online obituary guest book.
"My heart aches for your family and the tragic loss of your beautiful daughter," wrote "a mom" from Melrose.
"Brinley's beautiful soul is with God ... Know that time does make grief easier yet it will never erase what she means to you," said "a mom who knows."
"So so sorry for the loss of your beautiful baby girl. Fly high little one!" wrote "a mom."
"May God comfort and bless your hearts and just know that you have a munchkin as a guardian angel!!!" wrote Charlene Knight of Albany.
"My heart broke when I read this. May God bless you and your family in your time of sorrow," s... (Albany Times Union)Jan 8, 2016
New idea blooms in India with The Vaikunth Flower Show
I was delighted to find beauties such as kachnars, bottle brushes, amaltas, gulmohars, pipals, asokas, nilgiris, banyans, quicksticks, subabuls, jasmines and champas seamlessly fitted into the designs.“Each garden signifies either a moment in history or in the year. We’ve tried to capture the spirit of the Chelsea Flower Show, and I think we’ve succeeded fairly well,” says Piramal.
While the flowers alone were enough to make the trip to the distant Mumbai suburb worthwhile, what I loved more was the richness of the stories unfolding in the gardens, often with the help of installations. The history lessons started almost immediately. As soon as I entered, I was greeted by the sight of The Little Sultan – a miniature replica of India’s first passenger train, which had its maiden run from the then Victoria Terminus (now Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus) in south Mumbai to Thane in 1853. The train was drawn by three engines, Sahib, Sindh and Sultan, from which the facsimile at Vaikunth derived its name. While the train was originally envisaged to transport children around the 32-acre plot, it was a big hit with the adults visiting the show as well.
The first of the 18 gardens was the President A?P?J Abdul Kalam Tribute Garden. It was designed to celebrate the spirit of one of India’s most beloved leaders and the architect of its nuclear programme, with a signed stone nesting among a bed of vibrant red poinsettias. A little ahead was the Rickshaw of Roses, which, as the name suggests, was dedicated to roses, and with its heady aroma, was an assault on the olfactory senses. It housed seven varieties of roses, one of the most difficult species to cultivate. While roses are known to bloom in Mumbai, they don’t normally reach the size seen at the flower show because of the city’s hot and humid climate. The crowning glory in the garden was the black rose, which can typically be found in Pune.
Two of my favourites were the Orchid Garden and the white Babul-ul Hind Garden, or the Persian Gardens. The former represented the history, hardships and triumphs of orchid hunters, particularly the British botanist Thomas Lobb, who’s credited with the discovery of an orchid species in the Himalayas and taking the blue orchid from the Khasi Hills in Assam to Britain in 1850, where it was greatly appreciated by the Horticultural Society of London. A majestic banyan tree with thick ropes of five species of orchids – dendrobium, vanda, cattleya, phalaenopsis and maker – in multicoloured hues hanging from its branches was a prominent feature of this garden. The garden also had the orchid hunter’s desk, a typewriter (which signified the orchid hunter’s notes), a butterfly net and his trunks – to transport his finds home.
The Persian Gardens were an ode to the 17th-century Mughal emperor Jahangir, who had set about to create an eternal garden, a paradise on earth. There was a pathway created with white pebbles, on which rested marble fountains and jharokhas, all in white. The garden featured all white flowers, including roses, pentas, marigolds, euphorbias and bougainvilleas. It was inspired by one of the most talked-about gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show this year. Created by the Emirati landscape designer Kamelia Bin Zaal, the original, called The Beauty Of Islam, was her attempt to bring together western and eastern cultures, and positively affect the western world’s perception of Islam.
The Maratha Horse Garden, which featured a horse made completely out of twigs, in flight, signified the speed and strength of the now-extinct Deccan Horse, the carriers of many Deccan Maratha paltans that helped them conquer Bassein and Thane in the 18th century. The Ranthambhore Wildlife Garden, meanwhile, was an acknowledgement of the national animal of India, the tiger. A lifelike sculpture of a growling royal Bengal tiger was placed among blades of sharp yellow grass, a small but notable dist... (The National)Jan 8, 2016
Wedded: Kaitlin 'Kat' Yent and Harry Kalashian IV
Special touches: The couple spent three weeks in Malta for the honeymoon. Kat gave the bridesmaids handmade straw fans that she bought in Paraguay.
(Baltimore Sun)Dec 1, 2015
Flower Power! Blossom Blast Saga Launches on Mobile
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