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Florists in Arden, NC

Find local Arden, North Carolina florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Arden 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.

Arden Flower Shops

Sweet Bouquets Florist

2120 Hendersonville Rd
Arden, NC 28704
(828) 684-0810

Arden NC News

Aug 3, 2020

Flower Power: The Benefits of 6 Key Floral Extracts in Skin Care - NewBeauty Magazine

Skip to content This article first appeared in the Summer 2020 issue of New Beauty. Click here to subscribe I walk through a garden and see a rainbow of blooms—all shapes, sizes, colors and scents. But put a cosmetic chemist in that same garden, and chances are they will see a million different skin-care formulations just waiting to be tinkered with in a lab. “Nature is the best chemist in the world,” says Boldijarre Koronczay, president of Éminence Organic Skin Care. “Due to their healing powers and potent actives, flowers can benefit just about every skin issue, from acne to aging.” Floral ScienceEvidence of flowers used for skin treatments dates back to 1500 BC when ancient Egyptians created ointments combined with essential oils, aromatic waters, resins and incense for the mummification process. “We don’t know for certain, but it is possible that the skin (of the embalmer) improved in areas that came in contact with these substances, leading to the use of them on living subjects,” says Paula Provenzano, national education manager for Jurlique. New York dermatologist Heidi Waldorf, MD adds that “archaeological remains of bottles have revealed that Egyptians knew how to extract essential oils from flowers, including geranium and r...

Aug 3, 2020

El Paso, New Mexico florists create tribute to Walmart mass shooting victims - El Paso Times

El Paso County Community Healing Garden through the beauty of sunflowers, cosmos, zinnias, roses, and larkspur.The moss represents the healing garden that is being created, and the flowers in all colors represent life, people and unity.Young victims such as 15-year-old Javier Amir Rodriguez, formerly of Horizon City, will have a silhouette covered completely in flowers as their lives were cut short and didn't get to bloom, the florists said. The teen was about to start high school in El Paso.Each of the silhouettes will be holding a star in one hand, representative of the Star on the Mountain in El Paso.The silhouettes will be displayed along the roads inside Ascarate Park lined with luminarias, from 8:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 2, and Monday, Aug. 3. The luminaria pathway will include the sounds and melodies by local musicians.Each silhouette will have about 22 square feet of moss and flowers. The moss will be consistently misted for the weekend. After the anniversary events, the silhouettes will be offered to the families of the victims.The florists want to remain anonymous to focus and promote the unity of El Paso.The project is funded through two big donations totaling $5,000 from Walmart and a United Way of El Paso County private donor. The funds were ...

Aug 3, 2020

Duluth's Western Garden Tour continues to bloom - Duluth News Tribune

One garden on the tour for the first time this year is Glen Pratt's place in Proctor. Garden tour organizers had been asking Pratt to join the tour for a few years. Glen Pratt stands near one of the water features in his garden while talking with visitors. (Steve Kuchera / "I kept putting them off, and when Darlene called again in April, I said, 'Oh jeez, I don't know.' I had back surgery coming up and didn't know if I'd have it ready in time," Pratt said. "But we'd been able to make a lot of progress, so I said, 'We're on, we're in, let's do it.'" Depending whom you ask, Pratt's garden can be described as the "Garden of Eden" or simply "Pratt City." According to Pratt's lifelong friend Tammy Robb, the garden's peaceful design warrants the biblical moniker.

Aug 3, 2020

Downingtown’s Petals Please recycles wedding and funeral flowers into free bouquets for lonely seniors - The Philadelphia Inquirer

Flowers are heartwarming and wonderful,” Hiltebeitel, 101, said from the Simpson Meadows Retirement Community in Downingtown — the town where the garden she once created outside her own home on a busy street became a local landmark. “Petals Please brings so much happiness to us old folks living alone,” Hiltebeitel said. “In fact, it’s the next best thing to your grandchildren coming to visit.” Petals Please, founded in 2018, has created and delivered about 8,000 floral gifts throughout Chester County. Most of the recipients are in nursing homes, hospice care, or are Meals on Wheels clients; some have few visitors and look forward to the arrival of a volunteer bearing a bouquet. Petals Please also offers a program to provide elementary school students bouquets to give to families or friends. #right-rail .newsletter-card,.newsletter-card.hidden-desktop{display:none} Inquirer Morning Newsletter Get the news you need to start your day “It’s such a little gesture,” founder Beth Adams, of Downingtown, said. “But it’s so uplifting.” And not just for bouquet recipients, added Tina Sauk, a retired florist who lives in West Grove and is among 140 Petals Please volunteers: “Even though I don’t know the recipients, it doesn’t matter. The bouquet is made with happiness and given out of love.” The seed that became Petals Please started germinating about two years ago, while Adams, a retired pharmaceutical marketing professional, was working at a hospice. “I went to a local florist and to a funeral home to ask if they had flowers that would [otherwise]...

Aug 3, 2020

Daisies bring a sunny look to the garden - Sumter Item

What makes a flower a daisy? The child's daisy is a circle surrounded by strap-like petals, their bases attached to the circle. To the botanist and gardener, the meaning of "daisy" is not so simple. The botanist explains that the daisy is a composite flower made up of many small, individual florets. Those florets that make up the eye of the daisy have inconspicuous petals. A different type of floret, the so-called ray florets, skirt the daisy's eye, and each has one large, outward-pointing petal. The petals you actually see on a daisy flower are those from the ray florets. WHAT IS A DAISY? Botanically, all daisies are in the Compositae, or daisy, family. But that family also includes many other plants not commonly called daisies. Lettuce and zinnias, for example. The daisy family has two subdivisions, one of which is exemplified by the child's flower drawing, sunflowers, coneflowers and other daisies with "eyes." For examples of the other subdivision, look closely at a dandelion or chicory flower; in these flowers, all the florets are ray florets, each with a single, large, strap-like petal. There is no eye to these flowers. The original "daisy" of poetry and literature is the English daisy, Bellis perennis. These squat, cheerful flowers, with yellow discs surrounded by petals in shades from deep-rose to white, originated in the grassy fields of England. Now they are widespread in America, too. Cultivated forms have been bred to have so many rows of petals that their yellow eyes often are hidden. These plants self-sow readily to give seedlings that revert to the "wild" form with ...

Aug 3, 2020

Britney Spears picks roses to put in her hair as she talks about battling acne in her early career - Daily Mail

BST, 3 August 2020 Updated: 23:44 BST, 3 August 2020 Britney Spears enjoyed more time outdoors on Monday as she discovered a mini rose garden on the grounds of her property.The pop icon posed for a selfie on the grounds of her Thousand Oaks, California, mansion after plucking some flowers to put in her hair.In the caption of the sunny snap which she shared to Instagram, the 38-year-old singer mused about how she used to have skin troubles while also revealing that she spends time in the sun to 'lift her spirits'. Loving the outdoors: Britney Spears put roses in her hair as she talked about the benefits of the sunshine in a new Instagram post on Monday'When I was younger I never really had an acne problem until I did my first movie … I was so nervous to be on camera so I went to the dermatologist for stronger skincare products !!!' she wrote.'It cleared up quickly after but you have to be careful because prescribed products are very strong !!!! I remember waking up and saying wow it’s gone ... now I stay outside a lot and I give the sun credit for lifting my spirits and giving me a natural glow !!!!! Britney finished her note by excitedly revealing she found a little rose garden in her yard.'It was so hot yesterday but look what I found …. my mini rose garden hidden in the back !!!! I put them in my hair and I thought ...