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Florists in Atco, NJ

Find local Atco, New Jersey florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Atco 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.

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Aug 22, 2019

The art of arrangement - Cascadia Weekly

This information was all well and good, but since the Flower Bouquet Contest calls for all materials to be sourced using locally grown blooms from Whatcom or Skagit counties, I wondered specifically about what works best for growers in our region. I called upon the internet gods again, but in this case it was specifically to visit the Whatcom County Gardeners Facebook page, where I recalled seeing a recent thread about the topic from a member who was looking to be more intentional when it came to adding flowers or greenery to bouquets and arrangements. Per usual, the advice she received benefitted the group at large. One woman noted she uses camellia, Sambucus, azaleas, rhododendrons, ferns, hydrangeas, dahlias, lilies, roses and dogwoods in her bouquets. Others included crocosmia, sedum, sweet William, gladiolus, specialty zinnias, bear grass, scabiosa, salal, forsythia, black-eyes Susans, lilies, larkspur, ferns and daisies on their must-have lists. “Red lettuce leaves are dramatic with mums,” someone else opined. Other suggestions included using hosta leaves for foliage, gladiola and sunflowers for large church arrangements, adding asparagus plants to the mix from June through September, and incorporating salal in arrangements on a year-round basis. The advice kept coming, and I realized while there are rules to follow, people around these parts tend to be intrinsically inventive when it comes to what they gather from their gardens. I read of bronze oregano being added to dill and other herb greens in arrangements featuring dahlias and hydrangeas, and those who stick Solomon seal in their creations. Ornamental grasses with striped blades and the glossy foliage of camellia trees were also mentioned. “Although customers may typically think of ‘flower season’ being in spring, there are still many local flowers blooming toward the end of summer and into fall,” Flower Festival organizers say. “In fact, late August and early September is peak dahlia season. Other flowers in bloom are sunflower, goldenrod, daisy, rudbeckia, lilies, aster, bee balm and hyssop.” Visitors to the Depot Market Square on Saturday can look for these particular flowers in bouquets at booths displaying the “In Bloom Featured Vendor” card. Vendors will also be using edible flowers in items like as baked goods, teas and beverages. Furthermore, flowers can be found on crafts such as ceramic cups, hats, note cards, paintings and more. Kids activities and flower-bouquet-making demos will also be part of the festivities. If I manage to put together a worthy bouquet, I’ll stick it in a sturdy vase and deliver it to staff between 10am-10:30am in front of the market pavilion. It’ll join other entries that the public can vote on between 11am-2pm, and I can either pick it up or donate it shortly thereafter. By Monday, I’ll know if I was one of the recipients of a variety of prizes. But I’m not really in it for the accolades. For me, the flower power is all about knowing I can make magic from my backyard bounty—one dahlia or hydrangea at a time. More Visual... Pottery Party Fifty years and counting The summer of 1969 was a busy one. Not only did astronauts land on the moon, but the Stonewall riots became a symbolic force for the burgeoning gay rights mo...

Mar 15, 2019

South Jersey flower shop will help special needs students grow toward employment - Cherry Hill Courier Post

Archway School's flower shop, From the Ground Up. Nestled in a trailer at its Atco campus, the shop is where special needs students learn the basics for horticulture and floral design. Their arrangements, corsages and centerpieces become accessories and decorations for school functions like graduations and fundraisers. Soon, though, the school will launch a separate, full service retail store in a nearby shopping center, staffed by students and individuals in Archway's adult programs. On a recent Monday, 16 students trimmed white chrysanthemums and carnations, carefully placing them in mason jars with tree fern and baby's breath. Kris Henle-Blank watched, reminding them to leave enough stem so the delicate flowers could reach the water inside the jars and encouraging them as their work took shape. Henle-Blank, who's taught at Archway for 17 years, including the last 8 as a horticulture instructor, will serve as the manager for the soon-to-open Blue Violet Flowers and Gifts. "The students learn principles of floral design; they learn proper processing techniques for fresh-cut flowers," she explained.

Apr 6, 2018

Plant-inspired décor—no green thumb required

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Feb 8, 2018

THE GARDEN SPOT: Ending the violence against crape myrtles

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Jan 26, 2018

Don Davis: New flowers to look for in 2018

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Jan 26, 2018

Cathedral Flower Festival will highlight displays inspired by work of Omaha architect

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