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Order flowers and gifts from Roxboro Homestead Florist located in Roxboro NC for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 801 Durham Rd, Roxboro North Carolina 27573 Zip. The phone number is (336) 597-2281. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Roxboro Homestead Florist in Roxboro NC. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Roxboro Homestead Florist delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Roxboro Homestead Florist
Address:
801 Durham Rd
City:
Roxboro
State:
North Carolina
Zip Code:
27573
Phone number:
(336) 597-2281
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Nov 9, 2019

'Floral Reverie' is expressionistic rendition of beauty from garden - Highlands Ranch Herald

Inc.’s president Gail Keeley’s account of “The Real Yellow Brick Road — Denver’s Brick Sewers;” Flo Tonelli and Char Nauman on “The Treasures of Roxborough”; Elsa Wolff on “Annie Oakley, Setting the Record Straight”; and much more. Lectures run all day; lunch is included and Historic Littleton Inc. members will conduct a walking tour of downtown Littleton’s historic Main Street. To register: HistoryCamp.org/Colorado. ($45 plus $2.35). Grapes & Hops to Grads Arapahoe Community College Foundation holds its 10th Anniversary Bash from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on Nov. 7 at Mike Ward Automotive Maserati Showroom, 1850 Lucent Court, Highlands Ranch. It promises local food, silent auction, beverages, golf simulator and good company. Proceeds support student scholarships at ACC, Tickets: $90 couple, $50 individual — email foundation@arapahoe.edu or call Robin Loughran, 720-985-8580. Symphonic songbird Soprano Renee Fleming will appear with the Denver Symphony, along with baritone Rod Gilfrey, in “The Brightness of Light,” by Kevin Puts, based on letters between painter Georgia O’Keeffe and her husband, photographer Alfred Stieglitz. Puts will appear. Performances: 7:30 p.m. Nov. 15 and 1 p.m. Nov. 17, in Boettcher Concert Hall at the Denver Performing Arts Complex in downtown Denver. Coloradosymphony.org. Camera club The Englewood Camera Club will meet at 7 p.m. on Nov. 12 at Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit, 6400 S. University Blvd., Centennial, to hear a program called “Under the Tanzanian Skies” by Russ Burden, who runs Russ Burden Nature Safaris. His presentation will include a discussion about light, as well as a 20-minute safari tour. Guests welcome. Free. Denver Arts Week Nov. 1-9 will be Denver Arts Week and there are many events planned, including “Night Lights Denver” a permanent projection mapping installation, launched by the Denver Theatre District, on the Arapahoe Street side of the Daniels and Fisher Tower on 16th Street, 1601 Arapahoe St. Projections are...

Apr 6, 2018

Love and flowers; perfect match for Hill urban pioneer

In the nine years since she planted her first seeds on two acres of leased land in Upper Roxborough, Love has catapulted to national attention for her wedding floral designs and her efforts to promote sustainable local farming.Earlier this month she finalized the purchase of four adjacent acres on which she plans to expand her yield. Frequently described as “fresh,” “unique,” “textural,” “lush” and ”unexpected,” Love’s floral stylings are like a boozy cocktail party where each lovely variety vies for your attention, and the wallflowers provide the necessary backdrop.“It’s been a really good journey,” the 30-something (she declined to disclose her exact age) admits, “but it’s a lot of hard work and a complex business that I run … It’s a strategic game.”Raised on a dairy farm in Central Pennsylvania, Love planted her first flower patch at age 4 — nasturtiums — in her mother’s kitchen garden. “Farming gets in your blood,” she confessed.Jennie Love, of Chestnut Hill, has catapulted to national attention for her wedding floral designs and her efforts to promote sustainable local farming.Yet when it was time to go to college, she couldn’t wait to flee. She attended Muhlenberg College in Allentown, majoring in communications and comparative world literature. For nearly a decade afterwards she toiled as a writer in corporate jobs. “I dreamed of wearing high heels and suits for some reason,” she said.Then when the grind soured, she yearned to get her “hands in the dirt.” She began volunteering at the Weavers Way farm near Awbury Arboretum in Germantown. She became a ”farm groupie” who would rush home to work in the fields until the sun went down. She convinced Weavers Way farm staff to grow flowers and sell their yields at the Headhouse Farmers Market in Center City. She also dreamed of beginning her own flower farm and enrolled in a two-year program at Longwood Gardens to study “the science of flowers.”In 2009, the year she collected her first yield, she was hired to create flower bouquets and arrangements for her f... (Chestnut Hill Local)

May 25, 2017

Chestnut Hill's Home & Garden Festival celebrates 21

John, also from Wyndmoor, with socks and apparel; Soil & Sun Farm, in Erdenheim, with heirloom veggies, flowers and herbs; and Roxborough resident Alyssa Van Alstine, with plants and vegetables.As usual, many other exhibitors are far from their own back yards. Besides the Philadelphia area, they come from locations such as Brooklyn, NY; Rehoboth Beach, DE; Fletcher, NC; Amherst, MA, and Tampa, FL.Look for interesting variety in vendors and their wares. For instance, Nick Gomez, of Chestnut Hill, will have skateboards; Megan Fitzpatrick, of Wyndmoor, and Charles Todd, of Mt. Airy, will be displaying furniture, and Dana Rapoport, also of Mt. Airy, will feature children’s books.For honey lovers, the Philadelphia Bee Association will have a display featuring, of course bees, and a look at how these busy critters make honey.“A number of farms will be participating, bringing fresh food and vegetables for purchase,” said Miller. As usual, there will be numerous gardeners will beautiful plants and flowers, perhaps even orchids, for sale.Returning this year will be Eco Alley, sponsored by PECO Smart Ideas, featuring vendors offering sustainable products from organic plants. This display is courtesy of GRINCH (Green in Chestnut Hill).If you are bringing youngsters, be assured there will be plenty to do. There will be all day amusement rides at 8340 Germantown Ave.; arts and crafts all day in the 8300 block of Germantown Ave., and face painting all day at Germantown Avenue and Gravers Lane. The Manatawna 4H Club Petting Zoo will be open from noon to 4 p.m. at Bethlehem Pike and Germantown Avenue. The popular little train rides will be available from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the 8100 block of Germantown Avenue.A daylong festival like this always has plenty of music and food.Soul City will perform from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the 8600 block of Germantown Avenue; Rich Posmontier Ensemble will follow from 2 to 5 p.m. in the 8600 block of Germantown Avenue; the Dukes of Destiny will play in the 8200 block of Germantown Avenue from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and be followed by City Rhythm Orchestra from 2 to 5 p.m.Plenty of delicious food will be available. Locations are as follows:8600 block of Germantown Avenue — McNally’s Outdoor Café, Cosimo’s Pizza Café, Mica, Thai Kuu, Tavern on the Hill, Banjara, Trade Winds, Osaka, Bredenbeck’s Ice Cream;8500 block of Germantown Avenue — Chestnut Hill Cheese Shop, Starbuck’s Coffee, Funnel Cakes & Smoothies;8400 bl... (Chestnut Hill Local)

Oct 12, 2015

Where to see spring flowers in Colorado

Early- to mid-April Location: Littleton; esp. Prince St, W. Lake Ave, S. Elati St. Types of flowers: Crabapple trees More: http://bit.ly/1D19Vsj Roxborough State Park From a challenging 6.4-mile trek to an easy half-mile loop, the park offers trails for trips of any length. Although it's close to Denver, the 3,245-acres of natural land can easily make you feel much farther away. It's known as a transition zone, or an area where the environment transitions from the plains to the mountains and therefore in a couple feet you can see wildflowers you normally find miles apart. Try the Willow Creek Trail, a gentle 1.4 mile loop known for its flowers and red rock formations. A daily pass into the park is $7 per vehicle. Roxborough State Park (Photo: Wikipedia) Best time to see blooms: Early May - June Location: US-85 S from Denver to Titan Rd Types of flowers: Violet, larkspur, poppy, orchid, lily, paintbrush, lupine, prairie flower, gilia, etc. More: http://bit.ly/1NhSY4V Lory State Park Northwest of Fort Collins, the park includes 20 miles of flower-lined trails for every type of hiker. Try the Well Gulch nature trail, an easy 1.4 mile walking loop that is a great way to see wildflowers as well as other wetland vegetation, wildlife, and hundreds of butterflies; or Arthur's Rock Trail, where you weave in and out of open meadows filled with colorful blooms and rock formations. You can pick up a brochure at the trailhead or visitor's center that will help identify some of what you see as you walk along the routes. Day passes for the state park are $7 per vehicle. Lory State Park (Photo: Colorado Parks and Wildlife) Best time to see blooms: Mid-June Location: Lory State Park; US-287 north to County Road 54G Types of flowers: 5-dozen varieties of wildflowers including violet, chickweed, bluebell, buttercup, etc. More: http://bit.ly/1kafYSx Crested Butte Since it's known as the "wildflower capital of Colorado," you should probably go to Crested Butte if you want to fully experience Colorado's wildflower season. One, more unique, option there is to visit Crested Butte Mountain Resort – in the summer you can ride... (9NEWS.com)

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