Florists in Bismarck, ND
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Bismarck Flower Shops
303 East Main Avenue
Bismarck, ND 58501
Bismarck ND News
Aug 22, 2019
'U-pick' flowers? Couple who met in Alaska open farm where you can pick your own bouquet - York Daily Record
Loni said her interest in flowers probably came from her paternal grandmother, Elaine Boehn, who is a third-generation farmer who lives near Bismarck.
“She was always in the garden, and that’s just what I always saw,” Loni said. “We always had a flower garden at the farm.”
It all started in Alaska
Loni’s parents worked at the Boehn farm until the family moved to Juno, Alaska, 13 years ago. It wasn’t long after that move that Loni and Andy met at a remote fishing lodge in Alaska, where both were working during the summer.
“I was a fishing guide, and she was the assistant manager,” Andy said. “We met her first day there, when the whole group went on a hike. And then there was breakfast, lunch and dinner the next day.”
“It was kind of a whole summer of speed dating,” Loni said. “We quickly realized we had to be together.”
By spring 2008 the couple had married in North Dakota, and after a second summer at the fishing lodge, they moved to Shrewsbury where Andy could work on his graduate degree at York College. He runs Manward Press in Baltimore, an online resource that specializes in financial news.
This week has been a real family affair at the florist farm. In addition to their children Parker, 9, and Willow, 5, Loni’s mom and grandma were visiting and helping with the flowers.
Flower farm a curiosity
Neighbors stopped by while the Snyders were being interviewed, just to see what the signs were about. They were curious after driving past the farm numerous times.
Loni said the signs are one of the ways Terra Farms has attracted customers, but that word of mouth and Facebook have also helped.
“I don’t know why, but Facebook has been a huge part of our business right now,” she said. “I don’t think York really knows what to do with a U-pick yet, so I think there’s a lot of ‘what is that?’. A lot of curiosity.”
Now that the Snyders have nearly a full year under their b... Aug 25, 2017
Local gardener 'digs' daylilies, offers tours
Susan Holland, garden writer and garden coach. "I had a blank slate. I could design it.”The Hollands moved to a pink stucco Storybook-style house in Bismarck's Cathedral District eight years ago. The home, located on West Avenue C, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. And when the Hollands moved in they brought a trailer full of plants from their St. Paul, Minn., garden.“I garden with the whimsy the house inspires," said Susan Holland, who has a newfound love for miniature daylilies and miniature hostas. “My collection is very specialized.”Holland House Gardens features many varieties of daylilies, ranging in size from one foot to several feet tall, in every color of the rainbow. Susan Holland plants her daylilies and hostas in curving beds of field stone, designed and created by her husband, Erik Holland. The stones are collected from a friend's farm.“I’m the plant person, he’s the muscles and the stone design," she said.Hundreds of people tour the Hollands’ garden each year. It's not unusual to see 500 people walk through their gate, any given summer."The garden is beautiful, inviting and aromatic," said visitor Kathleen Donahue. "Every time I go, I discover a unique daylily or hosta, or a unique plant I never realized could grow in North Dakota."“It’s a very serene space... (Bismarck Tribune)Mar 16, 2017
Mandan VFW, Mandan American Legion and N.D. National Guard Honor Team. Following the graveside service, the family will gather at the Bismarck AMVETS Club, 2402 Railroad Ave for fellowship.Lowell "Smoky" Flowers was born Nov. 29, 1937, in St. Joseph, Mo. Smoky as we all knew him, lived a full life. He was raised in Sanger, by his parents Bertha and Jake Flowers. Lowell, like most kids those days, dreamt of becoming a short stop for the Red Sox. He graduated from Center High School in 1956. Lowell loved baseball, country music, playing his guitar and enjoying life. Smoky joined the United States Army the day after graduation, he served his country honorably until his discharge in 1958. Smoky began a new life with his new found love, Marlene Weisgarber. They were married on June 18, 1960, in Center. Just as his life was beginning with Molly, so was his 36-year career with the Bismarck Fire Dept. With strong family values, Smoky and Molly started to raise their family, son Jay born March 20, 1962, and their daughter DeAnn born Oct. 11, 1963.A man of many trades there was nothing Smoky couldn’t do, including being a fireman, sign painter, welder, plumber, electrician, skunk chaser, beaver catcher, rum taster, water ski instructor, ski boat driver, hunter, carpenter, grounds keeper for Riverview Cemetery and finally, a parts runner for many locations across North Dakota.Smoky had a passion for friends and family, relaxing at the lake with his daughter, flying... (Bismarck Tribune)Oct 27, 2016
Hope Blooms volunteers deliver repurposed flowers
Let's go for it!' "
Delivering flowers to the elderly was a natural fit for Krenzel, who says she's always loved both. When she was growing up in Bismarck, she spent summers with her grandmother, who taught her how to garden and passed on her green thumb.
"I would work on her flower beds all week. We'd start on a Monday, and I'd be weeding, and by the end of the week, I'd get to all of them," she says.
Working at HRRV has shown her firsthand the impact a small gesture can have on someone's day.
Krenzel, who works full time and has an infant son, says Hope Blooms gives her the opportunity to give back out of the comfort of her own home and within her busy schedule. She encourages others to do the same.
"It's within all of our reach to do something kind," she says, "and you don't have to be asked to do that. Find out where you fit and do it."
For more information
... (INFORUM)Sep 7, 2016
Watford City Florists Attend an 'Inspired Design' Class in Sioux Falls, SD
She has been a florist for three years and owns stores in Watford City, ND and Bismarck, ND. The Watford City shop serves Watford City, Arnegard, Alexander, and supplies flowers to Jason's Super Foods in Newtown, ND. Their extensive variety of flowers come from wholesalers in Minneapolis, MN and Sioux Falls, SD.
Florist Alydia Ferrari demonstrates some of the new techniques she learned at the class.
"When I go to a floral conference, the florists that regularly attend and continue with their education stand out. I take pride in being involved and when you really care about your career, it shows in everything you do. Customers definitely notice," said Douglas.
Petals Floral and More is located at 512 N Main Street in Watford City, ND; the shop is open 9:00 am – 5:30 pm central time, Monday through Friday, and 9:00 am – 1:00 pm on Saturdays. Stop in and pick up a beautiful and unique ready-made arraignment, request something specific, or contact them in advance for large events. For more information, call them at 701-842-2847 or find them on Facebook.
"Floral design classes challenge florists to take a good idea and make it exceptional," Douglas added.
(The Roundup)Jul 14, 2016
Bismarck Lake hike has flowers and forest
Below the north face of Flagstaff's San Francisco Peaks, trek traces an old stagecoach route.
Bismarck Lake in the San Francisco Peaks north of Flagstaff may be water-filled or boggy, depending on precipitation.(Photo: Mare Czinar)
From the looks of the place, it's hard to imaging a stagecoach lurching through the bumpy terrain below the north face of Flagstaff's San Francisco Peaks. But from 1892 to 1900, the Flagstaff to Grand Canyon Stagecoach line did just that, braving rough back roads to shuttle guests to the South Rim during the summer.
The stage service is long gone, but portions of its route live on as footpaths used by hikers and bikers and for ultrarunning and long-distance trekking events. One of the most beautiful segments of the historic trail wanders along the eastern edge of Hart Prairie just outside the Kachina Peaks Wilderness Area.
The hike begins near Little Spring, a popular stop along the stagecoach route that's now part of a national historic landmark. Picking up the trail is a bit tricky in the beginning. From the parking spot, hike 0.4 mile on an old ... (azcentral.com)