Florists in Hampton, NH
Find local Hampton, New Hampshire florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Hampton 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.
Hampton Flower Shops
819 Lafayette Rd
Hampton, NH 03842
Hampton NH News
Oct 15, 2020
Entrepreneur finds formula to grow Detroit Flower Company - Fairfield Citizen
Detroit Flower’s Instagram followers — 6,460 people and growing — wait for the company’s founder, Ja’Nye Hampton, 21, to post images of flowers each day. If she misses a day, she says, she receives several messages from people asking why.
“It’s overwhelming,” Hampton told the Detroit Free Pres s. “Detroit is literally amazing. They only want to see you win. So many people that I’ve never met in my entire life go so hard for me.I just can’t believe it.”
Hampton, 21, started the business two years ago, but she originally had dreams of becoming a fitness trainer. Now, she knows that flowers have been her calling this whole time.
Customers send messages to order colorful sunflowers and roses in various arrangements around the clock. But no flower arrangement is the same, Hampton said.
“I just love waking up and doing flowers,” said Hampton. “I’ve worked jobs and I’ve managed jobs, but there’s nothing like having your own (company). I really put my all into it and I literally live to ... Sep 7, 2020
Princess Diana’s Favorite Flowers Have a Deep and Surprising Royal Symbolism - Vanity Fair
Spencer line. A week after her death on August 31, 1997, Princess Diana was laid to rest at Althorp House, the Northamptonshire estate that has been in her family since the 16th century. This year he tweeted a photograph of his annual tradition on the anniversary of Diana’s death, lowering the family flag at Althorp to half-mast.The Spencer family held a small, private ceremony when they buried Diana, but declined to mark the site where she was interred until 2016. Instead a lake on the property—the Round Oval, a body of water where the family once ice skated in the winter—was dedicated to her memory, with a monument commissioned from the designer Edward Bulmer. A plaque on the monument shows her decorated with roses and forget-me-nots, and the garden is now planted with similar perennials as well. The rose is a common symbol for all of England, but the forget-me-nots seem to symbolize Earl Spencer’s specific bond with his sister.Diana and the Spencer family moved to Althorp House after her grandfather died when she was 13, but she was born at Park House, a mansion on the Sandringham estate that her family had rented from the queen for decades. According to Tina Brown’s The Diana Chronicles, she had a childhood that was “traditional” and “sheltered” but involved plenty of time outside. When their mother left in 1967, Charles and Diana were the only two children left in the house, as their older sisters were off at boarding school.Now Diana’s childhood home is a hotel, but the Sandringham gardens that surround it have changed little since the 1860s, when... Jun 19, 2020
Uptown Flower Shop Sustained By Strong Saint John Roots - country94.ca
Dean. “Sometimes there’s someone on the Kingston Peninsula or Hampton that’ll bring in garden flowers that we can buy.”
The business was founded by the late Guy G. Keirstead whose passion for flowers led him to first rent a stall at the City Market in 1925.
Keirstead’s operated out of the market from 1925 to 1946, until he purchased property on the corner of Charlotte and Princess Street where the shop still operates to this day.
A piece of family history (Image: Elizabeth MacLeod)
The building survived the Great Saint John Fire of 1877 and used to be a hardware and butcher shop, which were later combined to make Keirstead’s.
“You have some of the old coolers that we still have from back when they opened up this shop in the 40’s,” said Dean, showing where some of the flowers are stored now.
The shop has been run by Guy’s great grandson, Brian Keirstead since 1999, who turned the building’s upper level into a museum and gift shop, selling works of local artists such as Fred Ross and Mary Galbraith until it closed a few years ago.
From Mid-March to Easter Keirstead stayed open at reduced hours throughout the pandemic, then closed for a few weeks until they reopened before Mother’s Day on May 9.
“It’s really difficult getting flowers right now. They’re just starting to come back, but it’s not where it used to be; it’s a little difficult and it’s a little pricier to get flowers right now too,” said Dean. “But other than that, as long as people give us a lot of notice for specialty items, we can get them in.”
Working reduced hours and with a reduced stock of flowers during spring and prime flower-giving occasions, from Easter to Mother’s Day to Professional Secretary’s D... Feb 27, 2020
Nothing Says ‘I Love You’ Like Secondhand Roses - The New York Times
So Ms. Lubell created a second company, Garbage Goddess, which provides eco-cleanup services for events in New York City, the Hamptons, the Hudson Valley and soon, Los Angeles. “We try to find alternative homes for everything,” she said. “We look at recycling as our last resort.” Her goal is to have less than two bags of garbage for each event.Often, Garbage Goddess will donate event flowers to textile designers like Cara Piazza, who uses the flowers to make natural dyes in her Brooklyn studio.“One bouquet from a wedding will get you a scarf and a kimono,” Ms. Piazza said. “I will get nine massive garbage bags full of flowers from events that will last me a month.”“Flower repurposing is one of the biggest things happening in the events industry right now,” said Nicki Fleischner, the founder of Plan with Purpose, a website that showcases ethically-minded event vendors. “There are more companies coming out of the woodwork all the time.”“Flower repurposing is one of the biggest things happening in the events industry right now.”Credit...Brittainy Newman/The New York TimesJennifer Grove, an event planner, started... Dec 18, 2019
In bloom: New shop, Forest Flowers, opens on Market Street in Northampton - GazetteNET
In bloom: New shop, Forest Flowers, opens on Market Street in Northampton
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A small arrangement by Marisa Filippone, owner of Forest Flowers, a new florist shop on Market Street in Northampton. STAFF PHOTO/CAROL LOLLIS
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Patch national staffer Dan Hampton contributed to this report.