Florists in Caldwell, NJ
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Caldwell Flower Shops
Caldwell NJ News
Feb 1, 2020
First look inside Nuneaton's new florist - Coventry Telegraph
The main feature will be flowers, Nuneaton does not have a florist shop and I am excited to bring one to the town," Kimberley, who lives in Caldwell, said. "The shop in Bedworth was one fourth of the size of this shop in Nuneaton, because I moved into balloons, cards and events so we kind of outgrew the other shop, "It made sense to come to Nuneaton, a lot is happening in Nuneaton at the moment and the shop is right by the car park so people can just pop in to see us."
The 29-year-old first started her business from home but it proved to be so popular that she needed a shop. "I started off from home, it really started when someone asked me to help organise their wedding and it just went from there," she said. "Everyone says 'everything you touch, you can be creative with it', they say 'there is nothing you won't be able to do' and I really enjoy helping people create something special, whatever the occasion."... Aug 22, 2019
Former Kirkland deputy mayor Doreen Marchione dies at 80 - Kirkland Reporter
Michael (Christina) and David, and four grandchildren, Andrew, Maria, Sofia and Daniel. She is also survived by her significant other, Robert Caldwell and her brother, John Foster.
... Mar 23, 2018
New MP forced to defend spending on travel and flowers
Earlier, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said she was unaware of the allegations.Comments disabledFelicity Caldwell is state political reporter at the Brisbane TimesMorning & Afternoon NewsletterDelivered Mon–Fri.Dec 8, 2017
Funeral notices for Friday, Dec. 8
ANTON — Jean Taylor Caldwell, 94, of Greenwood, died Thursday, Nov. 30. A celebration of Jean’s well-lived life will be held at a future date.BEAULIEU — Exilia I., 94, died Saturday, Dec. 2. Visitation will be Sunday, Dec. 10, from 1 to 4 p.m. at Funeral Alternatives, 25 Tampa St., Lewiston. Funeral Mass will be at 11 a.m. Monday, Dec. 11, at Holy Cross Church, 1080 Lisbon St., Lewiston. Burial will follow at St. Peter’s Cemetery, Switzerland Road, Lewiston.CHENARD — Yvette L., 91, of Lewiston, died Monday, Dec. 4, at The Hospice House. Visitation, Fortin/Auburn on Sunday, Dec. 10, from 4 to 7 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday, Dec. 11, at 1 p.m. at the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul (Upper Church). Committal will follow at St. Peter’s Cemetery. Those wishing to make memorial donations in her memory may do so to The Hospice House of Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice, 15 Strawberry Ave., Lewiston, ME 04240, http://www.ahch.org/Ways-to-Give. Arrangements are under the care of T... (Lewiston Sun Journal)Dec 8, 2017
Doors to Christmas wreath, tree auction raises $3200
He was assisted by his son, Duke, third from right, and MSM Executive Director Randy Lewis, second from right. Bill Caldwell, far left, enjoys Edwards’ jousting with the audience.SHOW ARTICLE
-- MARTINSBURG — Bonnie Lewis of Martinsburg bid $305 on a wreath donated by City National Bank simply because it was gorgeous.“I love it,” she said. “I’m going to hang it in my home.”Her wreath, festooned with gold ornaments, ribbons and flowers, brought the highest bid of the night as Main Street Martinsburg’s annual Doors to Christmas concluded Wednesday evening. Twenty-four wreaths decorated by businesses, groups and individuals were auctioned. Also, five 3-foot decorated trees were auctioned. Altogether, the wreaths and trees raised $3,200 for Main Street Martinsburg programs and projects.Doors to Christmas returned to the Martinsburg Public Library this year. The wreaths and trees were on displayat the library since Nov. 21.More than 100 people attended the auction to bid or enjoy the festivities. Doors to Christmas was sponsored by local State Farm agents Pam Neely, Kay Lewis and Dawn Newland. O’Roke Apartments Inc. sponsored the wreaths.Jimmy Edwards of Edwards Auction Services donated his time to handle the bidding. He was assisted by his son, Duke, and brothers Floyd and ... (Martinsburg Journal)Jun 16, 2017
Flowering trees bloom with vibrant colors in Southwest Florida
Andrea Stetson/Correspondent)The IIIawarra flame tree is now blooming along US 41. (Photo: Andrea Stetson/Correspondent)“Those are cool,” said Doug Caldwell, University of Florida Collier County Extension Office. “I’ve taken many pictures of them.”These trees are now blooming along U.S. 41 in Estero and in North Naples on U.S. 41 by Pelican Bay.The Golden Rain Trees are also in bloom now.The Golden Rain Tree has its full yellow colors now along with long thin sausage like pods. This one is in Bonita Shores. (Photo: Andrea Stetson/Correspondent)These trees are covered in bright yellow flowers and are also sprouting long, thin sausage-shaped pods. There is one in Bonita Shores right now that is especially brilliant.The tree is native to India and nearby regions of Southeast Asia. It is the state flower of Kerala in India and it is used there in herbal medicine.The Golden Rain Tree is also the national flower of Thailand. Its yellow flowers symbolize Thai royalty.Since the leaves of the tree usually fall in April, by the time it starts blooming from May to early July, it is laden with 8 to 18 inch hanging blossoms of pure yellow. The flowers are slightly scented.“It is a fast grower from India,” Caldwell explained. “It is just smothered in yellow.”The Blue Jacaranda Tree is also showing off its best colors right now.The Blue Jacaranda Tree is in full bloom with its shower of lavender flowers. This one is in Bonita Shores. (Photo: A... (Naples Daily News)