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Florists in Advance, NC

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Advance Florist

2013 Nc Highway 801 S
Advance, NC 27006
(336) 940-6337

Advance NC News

May 1, 2020

Best Mother’s Day gifts to order online: flowers, jewelry, and more -

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May 1, 2020

This drive-thru flower festival at N.J. farm might be the splash of color you need right now -

Thousands of tulips are in bloom at Dalton Farms Tour of Tulips in Logan Township, N.J., Saturday, April 11, 2020. (Lori M. Nichols NJ Advance Media for than 252,000 tulips are in peak bloom right now at Dalton Farms -- and you can drive through the fields to soak in all the beautiful colors.The farm, located in Logan Township, features tulips in just about every color, from vivid pink to pale yellow, bright purple to deep red, and numerous combinations thereof.Farm owner Keith Dalton collaborated with longtime friend Chris Viereck, of Random Acts of Farmage Agritainment, to create the Tour of Tulips for this spring.Don't EditVehicles drive through fields filled with tulips during the Dalton Farms Tour of Tulips in Logan Township, N.J., Saturday, April 11, 2020. (Lori M. Nichols NJ Advance Media for to the coronavirus outbreak, they had to shift gears and make it a drive-thru event only, still wanting to "offer the joy and cheer tulips can bring" to their guests and community.Tickets must be purchased in advance, and cost $20 per vehicle. The event is scheduled to run through next week and week...

Mar 19, 2020

Garden Club to Host “Secret Gardens of Woodbridge” - Woodbridge Town News

Eventbrite, beginning March 6. Tickets for a box lunch will also be available for purchase in advance. For further details, please refer to the club’s website,, or Facebook page. ...

Mar 19, 2020

‘Still in shock’ over death of rider Kat Morel - Sherwood Park News

Another Sandridge rider, Andrea Belke, also told Postmedia that Morel, known by her friends as Kat, was the most advanced rider at the barn, a “big inspiration” to others, and “a wonderful person.”“If anybody was having a hard time handling a horse, it was like, ‘Call Kat, she’ll hop on him and get him tuned in’,” she said. “We want to help our bigger community of Edmonton and area know we lost a good one. Kat and Kerry are deeply missed.”Dahm said that Kerry On’s stall at Sandridge has been filling up with flowers and messages conveying grief ever since the tragic accident.“People have been coming in and bringing flowers and leaving messages and things,” he said. “Kerry On’s stall has become a memorial.”Morel’s death was felt throughout the North American equestrian ranks.“Today, the equestrian industry lost not just an exceptional athlete, but an exceptional person, as well as the horse she loved,” said Equestrian Canada High Performance director, James Hood. “On behalf of EC, I extend our sincere and heartfelt condolences to the friends and family of Katharine, as well as to the entire team who surrounded Kerry On.”Hood had more to say in an interview with CBC Canada.“Rotational falls are generally the most dangerous falls we see in equestrian sport. And they often have very serious injuries as a result of them,” he said. “Katharine was just entering onto our radar of international events and was working her way toward competing for a spot on the national team. She was a great developing athlete and a great person.”In a story published in the Sherwood Park News in September of 2018, Morel dreamed of cracking Team Canada for the Paris 2024 Olympics in the sport of eventing — where a single horse-and-rider combination compete against others across the three disciplines of dressage, cross-country, and show jumping.Morel talked about discovering her horse.“I had a horse who I kind of maxed out with and I needed a new prospect,” she said. “Tricia knows all the trainers at Northlands and that you could occasionally find a diamond in the rough there. Some just don’t like to run. I came upon a three-year-old thoroughbred mare named Kerry On. She was a horse who wasn’t racing well — in fact, in her last race before I bought her, she walked out of the starting gate. She just wasn’t a runner. I looked at her, and you just kind of get to see them in the stall, not even ride them, but I just liked her instantly. I had no idea if she would even want to jump anything. But I took a chance on her. It took her a few years of training to get her feet and she has turned out to be phenomenal.”She also talked about her passion for the sport and her hopes of reaching a pinnacle and getting to represent Canada in a major event.“It is like any dream, you never really know what can happen. All you can do is stay positive, work hard and do your best to educate yourself on how you can keep getting to the next levels. Nobody in any sport has a straight arrow to the top, it is always a bumpy road. It takes hard work and it can eventually pay off. I believe that if I work hard enough, that is definitely obtainable. You have to have a horse that really enjoys what they do, and I have that.“I think it is a realistic dream. But you have to work rea...

Feb 27, 2020

Valentine's Day isn't all roses for Santa Fe florists - Santa Fe New Mexican

With all the chaos involved — from ordering thousands of flowers weeks in advance to hiring temporary employees and strategizing efficient delivery routes — many florists agree Feb. 14 is not all about love.It’s love-hate.“Last year, we worked till 2 in the morning, 3 in the morning,” Arana said of the day-before-Valentine’s-Day rush, noting it’s a week that typically requires 60 hours of work, with at least one or two 18-hour shifts.“That’s why I say, ‘I don’t like Valentine’s Day,’ ” Arana said with a laugh.An upbeat attitude, she said, is mandatory this time of year.“Working this much, you have to laugh all the time,” agreed Libby Hamilton of Las Cruces, who has worked at Rodeo Plaza Flowers during Valentine’s week for the past five years. After the shop closes at 5:30 p.m., Hamilton said, employees crank up the radio, dance around the petal-covered floors and eat some sort of takeout food while prepping final orders for the big day.Nora Ramsey, the shop’s owner for more than 30 years, said she had more than 50 deliveries scheduled for Thursday, with another 160 on Friday and an additional 30 that needed to be ready for pickup.“And that’s not counting the rush that comes in of procrastinators,” she said with a chuckle.Compared to a typical week, when Rodeo Plaza Flowers sells about 300 roses, this week could top out at 4,000, Ramsey said.The florists were reluctant to pinpoint the exact percentage Valentine’s Day plays in a year’s sales. Ramsey said that “the revenue on Valentine’s Day is very high,” though she added operation costs also are higher than usual. In addition to pricier orders — wholesalers know they can mark up the prices — she always has to hire five extra flower designers and a handful of cont...

Feb 27, 2020

New recreational marijuana shop offers different type of Valentine’s Day flower -

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