Florists in Seabrook, NH
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Seabrook Flower Shops
779 Lafayette Rd
Seabrook, NH 03874
17 Donnas Way
Seabrook, NH 03874
Seabrook NH News
Jun 14, 2018
Thompson & Morgan hydrangea first in RHS Chelsea Flower Show plant of the year
Paul Hansord, Masters' predecessor at T&M, said the way to get new plants into the show was to go to Peter Seabrook, who has 38 new plants on The Sun's exhibit at Chelsea and 14 entered into the new plant of the year, with nine on the shortlist. Seabrook spends all year seeking and trialling new plants but added that at 82 and as a veteran of 60 years at the show: "I'm unlikely to do this again, though if I don't who it, who does it?"
Seabrook added that he gets "enormous support from the trade" including a lorry from WD Smith picking him and his plants up to come to the show at 5am.
He said: "The pavilion has always worked as a family if you have a bit of a problem." For instance, Capel Manor's robinia was not yellow enough, so Seabrook brought one from home to the show this week for the college's stand.
"Working together is what's made this show but its going, because the family businesses are going."
Long-standing exhibitors Harvey's and Southfield's say this could be their last year, while Fibrex and Avon Bulbs did not exhibit at Chelsea this time after decades of showing.
Apr 13, 2017
Park system honors Earth Day
Tours will be given of the historic Seabrook-Wilson House, which dates back to the early 1700s.• Deep Cut Gardens, Middletown: Beautiful flowers are back in bloom. Discover the park’s floral beauty, hidden places and native plants. Find out how to become an earth-friendly gardener.• Huber Woods Environmental Center, Middletown: See snakes and reptiles during a family oriented show that gives visitors the chance to watch live and exciting animals and nature artifacts found in the state. There will be freshwater pond creatures on view and an opportunity to see child-friendly interactive exhibits inside the environmental center.• Manasquan Reservoir Environmental Center, Howell: Come and explore the woods and wetlands of the Manasquan Reservoir. The day will include nature walks, live reptile and amphibian presentations, children’s crafts and more. Activity times: animal presentations at 11:30 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.; nature walks at noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.; and crafts all day.• Thompson Park Visitor Center, Lincroft: Promote environmental awareness and have fun making crafts that celebrate endangered wildlife and Mother Earth.Admission and parking for all activities is free. For more information, visit www.MonmouthCountyParks.com or call 732-842-4000. (Greater Media Newspapers)Sep 14, 2016
Westland Horticulture garden centre Rising Stars ready for RHS Chelsea Flower Show
They have created a container around the theme of ‘home-grown gardening’ which will take pride of place at Peter Seabrook’s ‘The Sun – Flower Square’ when Chelsea opens its gates next week.
Hana Parker – Monkton Elm Garden Centre, Taunton, said: "The chance to participate at the Chelsea Flower Show would give me great insight. I’ve never been to Chelsea and would love to see for myself the beautiful and inspiring garden and plant creations the Show is famous for."
Kathryn Crouch – Haskins Garden Centre, West End, Southampton said: "I’m growing an Apple Chutney Pot. This is a planting display to show why companion planting is important. It features an apple column and is packed with plants that benefit apples, including Chives, Chamomile, Wallflowers, Lavender, Viola and Garlic."
Sam Clark – Cowell’s Garden Centre, Newcastle Upon Tyne said: "My theme is edible flowers. All the plants have either edible flowers or foliage. A twist on the ‘home-grown gardening’ theme. Hemerocallis in the centre, Along with Allium Sphaerocephalon. Lavender Dwarf. Chamomile to tumble and cover the edge of the pot."
Wi... (Horticulture Week)Sep 7, 2016
Message with flowers
SNAPSHOT: Bette Holland (front) with Suzanne Gainsford-Holland, Don Pearce and Michelle Tarpenning at Tyers Park. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 082916cturf90
Bathurst Regional Council will host a memorial service for Peter Brock on Thursday at 10am to mark 10 years since the racing driver’s death and to commemorate his life.
Brock, as readers are no doubt aware, racked up a record nine wins in the Bathurst 1000.
The service will be held at the Brock statue outside the National Motor Racing Museum.
So where do the native flowers come in?
Bathurst motorsport fan Matt Irvine says fans attending the service should bring native flowers because the famous driver was a big fan of them.
Matt, Parade is told, has been attending the Brock memorials over the past 10 years, including in 2007, when hundreds of people turned up at the top of Mount Panorama for the first Brock memorial.
The MC at the Brock service up at the Mount will be Supercars commentator Greg Rust.
Celebration for Bette’s birthday
WHAT’S better than celebrating your 90th birthday at the races?
Celebrating your 90th birthday at a race meeting where one of the races is named in your honour.
That was Bette Holland’s experience at Tyers Park last week, when the first race o... (Western Advocate)Aug 15, 2016
Deaths Summary for Wednesday, August 10, 2016
River died Monday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.
RUBINO, Frank P., 57, of Park City, Utah, a former executive chef with Seabrook Island Club and husband of Judy Emmons Rubino, died July 29. Arrangements by Memorial Mortuaries and Cemeteries.
(Post and Courier - Charleston Post Courier)Jan 8, 2016
Cabela's cancels contract to buy Summerville site
Handmade jeweler Peyton William Inc., which already has shops at 123 King St. and Freshfields Village between Kiawah and Seabrook islands, has leased the 1,668-square-foot space at 241 King that formerly housed cookware store Le Creuset, according to Buddy Bebergal and Kit Regnery of Carolina Commercial Real Estate.
The jewelry store will move from 123 King to 241 King after Feb. 1, according to Brennan Egan, husband of shop president and jewelry designer Gabrielle Egan. Le Creuset moved to 112 N. Market St. in 2014.
Back in business
Chicken Salad Chick at 214 Azalea Square Blvd. has reopened after being closed when a car crashed into the Summerville restaurant Nov. 30.
Anytime Fitness gyms in Goose Creek, Ladson and Summerville will offer new members a chance to join for $1 Monday through Jan. 15. New members also will receive a free fitness consultation and a personalized 30-day fitness plan to get started.
Do you know of a retail business that is opening, closing or expanding? Reach Warren L. Wise at 843-937-5524 or twitter.com/warren lancewise.
(Charleston Post Courier)