Florists in Camden, NJ
Find local Camden, New Jersey florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Camden 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.
Camden Flower Shops
711 North 27Th Street
Camden, NJ 08105
Camden NJ News
Feb 1, 2021
Where to See Winter Wildflowers in the Ozarks - 417mag
Ha Ha Tonka State ParkWhile this park (1491 State Road D, Camdenton) is known as the land of fallen ruins, it’s also one of the best spots to see thriving winter wildflowers. Cindy Willis, a 37 North Expedition master guide, says adventurers should seek out little forest flowers like Spring Beauties and Dutchman’s Breeches. These begin to bloom in March, but if the area gets some warmer sunny days, they could bloom earlier. Willis recommends hiking the Spring Trail and the Colesseum Trail for the best viewing. “In hilly areas, the blooming starts earlier at the top of slopes where the flowers get more sun, and lower areas bloom later,” Willis says. “It makes for a longer overall bloom time, so you have a better chance of seeing flowers.” Plus, the Pawpaw trees are also a sight to see. Willis says they’re known for their unusual maroon flowers that bloom on bare branches.Kings River Falls Natural AreaHead south to Arkansas and Willis says it’s like jumping ahead a few weeks. This scenic area (1543 Madison 3500, Witter, Arkansas) is home to a variety of species like Spring Beauties, Toothwort, Rue Anemones and Trout-Lilies. There’s only one trail here, which closely follows a stream. “Stream-side trails like this one are a good place to look for early flowers because the soil still has enough moisture near streambeds even though spring rains haven’t started yet,” Willis says. “The tree-less space over and at the edge of a stream also lets more sun get to the ground, so these areas warm up a little quicker.”
Prairie State ParkOccasionally, Prairie State Park (128 N.W. 150th Lane, Mindenmines) will host guided winter hikes to see some of its winter wildflowers. According to the park’s website, tallgrass prairies once covered more than a third of Missouri, and today, less than 1% remains, much of it preserved at Prairie State Park. This is also a good spot to see Spring Beauti... Oct 10, 2019
REX NELSON: Selling flowers since 1886 - NWAOnline
Howard Hurst, the president of Tipton & Hurst, one of Arkansas' oldest family-owned businesses.
"There's a jewelry store in Camden that's older than we are [Stinson's Jewelers, founded in 1850], but that's about it as far as retailers go," Hurst says. "Our business started on Main Street in 1886."
Howard's grandfather, Joe Hurst Sr., was born in England in 1859 and raised in Scotland. He came to this country at age 18 to work on railroads and wound up in Little Rock, where he entered into a partnership with flower-grower David Tipton. In a box on his desk, Howard Hurst has the original partnership documents.
For years, the company had greenhouses at 14th and Park near Little Rock Central High School. Those greenhouses can be seen in the background of some of the photos shot during the 1957 Central High School desegregation crisis, which was the biggest news story in the world that fall.
"The Tiptons were into growing orchids, which were used frequently by women as corsages," Hurst says. "They would put them on ice and ship them out by rail. They had glass greenhouses."
Tipton & Hurst now has almost 30,000 square feet of warehouse space near Ninth and Thayer streets. Hurst says he has a dream of using open property adjacent to the warehouse for growing flowers, adding vibrant colors to the inner city.
"We buy directly from growers all over the world," Hur... Oct 10, 2019
Former Fire Chief In Point Pleasant Boro, Business Owner Dies - Point Pleasant, NJ Patch
Kennebunk, Maine. He was very proud of his grandchildren, Jason, Hope, Kristen, Hartley, Severn, Chance, and Hannah, and his great-grandchildren, Camden, Lucas, and Tatem. A memorial service was held at Onancock Baptist Church, 1 Crockett Ave., Onancock, Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019, at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Ernie Lauer, to Riverside Shore Hospice, P.O. Box 616, Onley, VA 23418. Sep 19, 2019
Brotherly Love: The Happy Flower Day Project - CBS Philly
Hi, I’m Trish,’ and gave me a big hug!” Vanbrug said.
Gallagher makes sure the staff gets flowers too.
Brotherly Love: Camden County Man Refurbishing Old Computers, Donating Them To Students In Need
“Take something home!” she said as she handed a bouquet of roses to one staffer.
“The wife will love you for that,” he said.
Gallagher’s mother passed away in 2014, but she kept the Happy Flower Day Project going. Her grandchildren sometimes help. She estimates she has given away 50,000 bouquets and plants.
Lois Landis said, “She’s always smiling and brings the happiness out of everybody.”
When Gallagher started six years ago, her car was brand new. Now it has 160,000 miles.
“I guess I’m addicted to it. I always say, ‘I’m going to stop. This doesn’t make sense, filling up my gas tank twice a week,'” she said, “but I keep on going. Keep on flowering.”
For more on the Happy Flower Project, click here.
Mar 29, 2019
Norma Lynn Greene Flowers - Daily Tribune News
Eric Greene, Chris Greene, Tyler McArthur, Austin McArthur, Emily McArthur, and Logan McArthur; her great-nephew, Camden Greene; and her great-niece, Haiyven Greene; and her aunt, Gail Midgett. Memorial services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 16, 2019, at Creekside Fellowship Church with Pastor Michael Abernathy officiating. Parnick Jennings Funeral Home and Cremation Services is honored to serve the family of Norma Lynn Greene Flowers; please visit www.parnickjenningsfuneral.com to share memories or to leave a condolence message.
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5-year-old brings cheer to neighbors with flower deliveries - Lexington Herald Leader
This year, the deliveries expanded a little more, to the Parkers' whole block and some neighbors on the next block in the Camden County enclave of mid-century homes.
The timing of the poinsettia gifts, just a few days after Thanksgiving, is deliberate.
First, Jeff gets great Black Friday deals on the flowers. Also, it builds Lilly's excitement for the holidays.
"It's the kickoff to her of the holiday season," Lynn said. "Everything is really centered around making this part of her holidays."
There's a routine to Lilly's deliveries, all made pulling a little red wagon topped with a wood panel to keep the poinsettias steady.
"She doesn't care how cold it is. She says, 'Let's go! Let's go!'" Lynn said.
"She runs up, puts the card down, and puts the poinsettia on top of it," Jeff said.
In most cases, neighbors aren't home at the time of Lilly's visits, so they return to a surprise gift.
One recipient posted on a Facebook community page for Stratford residents, wondering if the poinsettia plant was left by mistake: "My husband just came home from work to a poinsettia on our porch with a Christmas card that only has the name Lillian inside. I'm thinking this got dropped off to the wrong house."
That's when Lynn jumped in to explain Lilly's tradition.
"That is the greatest and sweetest tradition!" another neighbor replied.
"Maybe there's a C...