Florists in Lebanon, NH
Find local Lebanon, New Hampshire florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Lebanon 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.
Lebanon Flower Shops
45 Hanover St Courtyard Pavillion
Lebanon, NH 03766
Lebanon NH News
Jun 19, 2020
Uptown Flower Shop Sustained By Strong Saint John Roots - country94.ca
Ontario. A lot come through Ontario and they get them from different places all over the world as well.”
Australia, Africa and Lebanon are a few other places where the shop gets its flowers, with Birds of Paradise and Protea flowers being some of the most popular selections.
“Ontario does have locally grown flowers so those are the closest local flowers we get,” said 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 stay... Oct 10, 2019
Obituary: Elizabeth Lee 'Betty' Thomas, 76, St. Francis - Nelson County Gazette
Nov. 24, 1942, in Lancaster, Penn., to the late Russell Hugh and Naomi Forton Burke. She formerly worked as a waitress at Cedarwood Restaurant in Lebanon and was a member of the Catholic faith. She loved her flowers and gardening.
She was preceded in death by one son, Mark Thomas.
Survivors include one daughter, Cynthia Blanford (Dean) of St. Francis; one son, Chuck Thomas (Rose) of Glen Burnie, Md.; one brother, Russell Burke (Louise) of Georgia; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
The funeral is 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019, at Mattingly Funeral Home in Loretto with Deacon Joseph R. Dant officiating. Cremation to follow services.
Visitation is 3-8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, 2019, at the funeral home.
Mattingly Funeral Home in Loretto is in charge of arrangements.
... Oct 10, 2019
Betty Montgomery: Cyclamen give the woodland garden a splash of color - Middletown Transcript
Cyclamen hederifolium are native primarily to the Mediterranean region. This includes Greece, Italy, Turkey, Lebanon and Israel. There, the summers are hot and dry and the winters are cool and damp. If you can give cyclamen these conditions, they will perform well.I have several patches of cyclamen in the garden with varying amounts of light. One area I have planted probably does not get as much winter sun as it should. They produce fewer flowers than in other areas. Cyclamen like shade, but all plants need a little sun when the leaves are present to help them grow and produce flowers the following year.All of my cyclamen are located under deciduous trees. As the trees defoliate I leave the fallen leaves in the bed to help feed the soil and to help prevent weeds from sprouting in the area. Leaves make a nice mulch as they blanket the ground.When you choose a site, make sure you are not near a sprinkler head, a ditch or a downspout. They like some dampness in the winter but they need to be dry in the summer when those sprinklers are going off. Remember where they originated and this will help you.Many of you are likely familiar with the florist cyclamen as they have become quite popular to have during the Christmas season. During the 1800s, the Victorians became enamored with cyclamen. They prized these winter-blooming flowers and used them to decorate during this time of year. They were so popular, that much breeding work was done to make the flowers larger as well as different colors and other traits. This work produced the florist cyclamen that we know today.When you have seen drifts of cyclamen blooming, I bet you too will be enchanted at how these dainty flowers can make a memorable show. I remember well the first time I saw a planting of them under an oak tree and I still think of that charming sight. I hope mine will one day be as thick and lush as those.Betty Montgomery is a master gardener and author of “Hydrangeas: How To Grow, Cultivate & Enjoy,” and “A Four-Season Southern Garden.” She can be reached at email@example.com.
... Nov 2, 2017
A different kind of flower at 299 Greenwich Ave.
Photo: Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media
Image 1of/11CaptionCloseImage 1 of 11New Lebanon School fourth-graders, from left, Anthony Goncalves, Bryce Seward, Alexis Sarango, and Fransheska Rojas look at Eve Suter's piece "Ropes Cloud (1-7)" as part of the Youth@Art program at the Greenwich Arts Council's Bendheim Gallery in Greenwich, Conn. Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017. The Bendheim Gallery's exhibition "Flower Stories" featuring contemporary artists' perception of flowers in a variety of mediums will run through Nov. 15. lessNew Lebanon School fourth-graders, from left, Anthony Goncalves, Bryce Seward, Alexis Sarango, and Fransheska Rojas look at Eve Suter's piece "Ropes Cloud (1-7)" as part of the Youth@Art program at the ... more
Photo: Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media
Image 2 of 11New Lebanon School fourth-grader Giorgi Kvatchanitiradze looks up at Max Neuman's installation piece "Anew" as part of the Youth@Art program at the Greenwich Arts Council's Bendheim Gallery in Greenwich, Conn. Wednesday, Oct... (Greenwich Time)Jun 2, 2017
Memorial Day: Events across Central PA to help remember veterans, sacrifices
Recreation Center. An 11:30 a.m. ceremony at the Recreation Center will feature music, a keynote speaker, and a reading of youth essays. Lebanon Memorial Day Parade-The annual parade will begin at 9:30 a.m. at the intersection of Eighth and Cumberland streets. It will continue east along Cumberland Street to Fourth Street, north to Lehman Street, and west back to Eighth Street. There will be a ceremony in Monument Park, N. Eighth and... (FOX43.com)Apr 13, 2017
In Memoriam: Long-Time Compassion Radio Host Dr. Norm Nelson
Christian persecution and suffering in “hot spots” such as Iraq, Iran, North Korea, Afghanistan, Sudan, Pakistan, Kosovo, Bosnia, Lebanon, the Palestinian Territories, Syria, and Colombia. Nelson presented these in-depth reports and unique insights through a lively 26-minute format syndicated daily across the United States. Nelson’s pioneering vision moved the ministry beyond the traditionally passive “I talk, you listen” broadcasting formula. Nelson involved listeners in responsible servant outreach to the neediest people in the toughest places on earth.“From refugee camps to the halls of power, Norm was instrumental in addressing the real suffering of Christians and other persecuted minorities, and bringing tangible relief to war zones and sites of natural disasters, often places other agencies had failed to reach,” Compassion Ventures stated in a press release. “Norm was tenacious and fiercely loyal to those who paid the highest price for serving his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.”Alongside his wife, Nelson’s deep commanding baritone was the signature voice of Compassion Radio until late 2016. At that time, declining health prevented Nelson from continuing in his daily ministry responsibilities. Last year, with Nelson’s blessing, the Board of Directors appointed Bram Floria as President of Compassion Ventures, Inc., and permanent Host of the Compassion Radio broadcast. Floria’s tenure began in December 2016. Nelson was simultaneously appointed President Emeritus.Prior to his call to fulltime broadcast ministry alongside his father, Nelson served in the United States Marine Corp, as a College Chaplain, and as a Lead Pastor.A public memorial service is being planned in Southern California with arrangements to be announced soon. The family has asked, in lieu of flowers, that gifts and any remembrances to honor Nelson’s memory and living legacy be given to the continuing ministry of Compassion Radio online at www.compassionradio.com; mailed to Compass... (NRB Today)