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Order flowers and gifts from Regency Florist located in Wilson NC for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 2101 S. Tarboro St, Wilson North Carolina 27893 Zip. The phone number is (252) 291-7579. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Regency Florist in Wilson NC. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Regency Florist delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Regency Florist
Address:
2101 S. Tarboro St
City:
Wilson
State:
North Carolina
Zip Code:
27893
Phone number:
(252) 291-7579
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Jun 19, 2020

Obituary – Carrie Mae Lavender Barber | The Henrico Citizen - Henrico Citizen

Edgar “Bucky” Barber, were lifelong residents of Lakeside in Henrico County, Va.Carrie was born in 1926 near Danville, Va. to Kenner Wilson Lavender and Gladys Irene Virginia Tooley who both passed away while she was an infant. With sister Peggy Bessie Lavender Almond (Stratton) they resided in Provo, Utah during their grade school years. The family, including Grandmother Mary Patterson Tooley who raised them, would relocate to Richmond, VA following WWII where she was graduated from John Marshall High School. In 1988 Carrie retired from Blue Cross-Blue Shield of Virginia where she greeted patrons and visitors every day for years. She and husband Bucky would serve three missions for her Church. Twice at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, Oahu, Hawaii and then by helping supervise the construction of the Columbia, SC Temple of her Church. She filled numerous other Church callings as her devotion to the Gospel of Jesus Christ never faltered. Carrie was a devoted mother of five. Aljean Barber Peterson (Dennis) of Midlothian, Va.; Connie B. Robbins (LaMont) of Bluffdale, Utah; David William Barber (Laura) of Covington, Ga.; Gary Dean Barber of Encino, Calif. and Virginia Ann Barber Chmielewski (Steven) of Carmel, Ind. who died in 2005. She loved her seven grandchildren, Aaron Catalano (Helen Zong), Gabriel Peterson (Trina), Whitney R. Greenberg (Bryce), Gre...

May 1, 2020

Saskatoon garden centres adapt during COVID-19 pandemic - CTV News Saskatoon

Jill Vanduyvendyk, owner of Dutch Growers. Saskatoon-based greenhouses such as Dutch Growers, Early's Farm and Garden Centre and Wilson's Lifestyle Centre are a few of the businesses implementing the changes. In addition to the drive-through system, online ordering and delivery have been revamped. “We already had our online store going, however it was in a small way, we only had one employee designated to it and overnight we went from having one employee to having eight employees working with our online system,” said Vanduyvendyk. According to staff at Early's Farm and Garden Centre, the changes to buying plants have inspired a new generation of gardeners. “I think with lots of people at home now they are thinking that it is something they can do to keep productive and also something they can enjoy, there is definitely a younger demographic coming in and asking to learn to garden,” said Audra Cooper, media manager for Early's Farm and Garden Centre. Many owners are hopeful it will be safe to reopen their doors in the upcoming weeks.

Feb 27, 2020

Gardening with Allen: Now's the time for primroses, candytufts and pansies - The Columbian

Allen Wilson is a Vancouver gardening specialist. Email Allen Wilson at allenw98663@yahoo.com. Photo We have a longer and more colorful bloom period from flowering trees and shrubs in the Pacific Northwest than in most of the United States. One after another tree or shrub flowers during April and May. However, we have a period in late February and March, as weather becomes springlike, when we have more limited bloom. There are a number of ways to fill this bloom gap with flowering plants. Daffodils and other early spring bulbs are very colorful. But you have to remember to plant them in the fall. However, if you forgot to plant, bulbs ready to bloom now are available in containers at garden stores. Blooming primroses are available in stores from January through March. Although these plants are nominally perennials, they seldom make it through to bloom again the next year. Primrose has a short bloom life lasting a month. Pansies provide a lot of color during this early sprin...

Nov 9, 2019

Brooklyn Botanic Garden has a new selfie spot (and some new plants too) - Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Their white, pale pink and lavender flowers will likely wind up in countless summer and fall photographs. The Robert W. Wilson Overlook, as the hilltop is called, has just been landscaped with more than 40,000 new plants. It now has sculptural retaining walls and a gently inclined 600-foot-long pathway with switchbacks that’s accessible to visitors with limited mobility. The Robert W. Wilson Overlook has a fully accessible walkway. Eagle photo by Paul Frangipane One switchback has a seating area for visitors who want to gaze down on the Cranford Rose Garden. Another has a view of the Cherry Walk, which runs alongside the Cherry Esplanade. The overlook opened to the public on Wednesday with a ceremonial garland cutting (instead of a ribbon cutting). The hillside landscape is named in honor of the late Robert W. Wilson, a retired hedge fund founder turned philanthropist. He donated hundreds of millions of dollars to nonprofits to support environmental protection, the arts, social causes and education. The overlook’s pathway brings visitors from the upper portion of Brooklyn Botanic Garden down to the Cherry Esplanade. Eagle photo by Paul Frangipane Wilson was a key donor to the 1980s BBG Conservatory Campaign and the Campaign for the Next Century, which launched in 2007. Before the hillside was landscaped, it was “an orphan site” and a barrier between the upper and lower parts of Brooklyn Botanic Garden, said Michael Manfredi, co-founder of design fi...

Aug 22, 2019

Let a hundred flowers bloom in honor of Zeke the Sheik - The Pasadena Star-News

As he later told Janette, “People are awakening like never before. It all started in a garden, and it has to go back.” Write the public editor at lwilson@scng.com.

Jul 5, 2019

Gardening with Allen: Mulch effectively stymies weeds - The Columbian

Allen Wilson is a Vancouver gardening specialist. Email Allen Wilson at allenw98663@yahoo.com. I have a lot more problems with weeds than my neighbor. He says that bark dust mulch is the main reason he has fewer weeds. Does bark mulch make that much difference? Yes, a 1 1/2 – to 2-inch layer of mulch will reduce weed seed germination by about 90 percent. Weed seeds can live in the soil for many years. As soon as they are turned up to light it stimulates germination. Placing any kind of mulch on the soil will have the effect of preventing light from reaching the weed seeds. Perennial weeds which sprout from underground stems or roots such as Canada thistle are only controlled by a physical barrier such as weed barrier fabric. Volcanic rock, coarse gravel and other kinds of decorative rock can also be used to reduce weed growth. A new artificial mulch ...

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