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Flowers

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Florists in Raritan, NJ

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

Raritan Flower Shops

Scotts Florist

73 W Somerset St
Raritan, NJ 08869
(908) 218-0033

Raritan NJ News

Jul 26, 2018

Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers' Market History Day is July 8

Celebrate local history at the Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers' Market on Sunday, July 8, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine St. in Raritan Township. HLT's History Day will feature tours and a visit by local historical organizations. The event begins with a tour of the barns on the Dvoor Farm at 10 a.m. with Chris Pickell, the principal architect at Pickell Architecture in Flemington. He will lead a walking tour and discuss the farm's bank barn, north and east el barns, horse barn (with the iconic Dvoor Bros. advertisement painted on the roof) and wagon house. Pickell specializes in upgrading antique buildings, historic design, and timber and stone barns. He's also a trustee of the Hunterdon County Historical Society. At 11:30 a.m., tour the historic stone farm house with Dave Harding, HLT's director of outreach. Learn about the friendship between Delaware Chief Tuccamirgan and farmer John Philip Case, one of the Flemington-area's first settlers. You'll explore the 220-year-old house, seeing everything from the 18th century graffiti in the attic to the site of an 1803 murder in the basement. The Hunterdon County Hi...

Sep 21, 2016

Girls Soccer Roundup for Saturday, Sept. 17

Delaware Valley 1, Phillipsburg 1: Katherine Schiereck scored for Delaware Valley (0-4-1). Brianna Schneider made 20 saves. Bridgewater-Raritan 2, Ramapo 1: Alexa Comune and Morgan Winchock scored for Bridgewater-Raritan (5-0). Bishop Ahr 2, North Brunswick 0: Emma Herban and Daniela Tornatore scored for Bishop Ahr (4-0). Jill Balsamo added an assist. Kelly Harmon made two saves. Princeton Day 5, Rutgers Prep 1: Thara Kalvala scored on an assist from Sophie Thellmann for Rutgers Prep (3-1). (MyCentralJersey.com)

Apr 22, 2016

Norcross honors SJ Green Ribbon School

Jersey are Whitehouse School in Whitehouse Station; Egg Harbor Township High School in Egg Harbor Township; West Caldwell Tech in West Caldwell; and Raritan Valley Community College in North Branch. Matt Flowers: (856) 486-2913; mflowers@gannettnj.com Don't miss a thing Download our apps and get alerts for local news, crime, weather, traffic and more. Search "Courier-Post" in the app store or use these links from your device: iPhone app Android app iPad app. And be sure to 'like' us on Facebook! Read or Share this story: http://on.cpsj.com/1WhW3UR ... (Cherry Hill Courier Post)

Apr 1, 2016

Neshanic Garden Club members honored flower and garden show

April 28 Neshanic Garden Club members brought ribbons home from the New Jersey Flower and Garden Show conducted from Feb. 11 to 14 at the Raritan Convention Center in Edison. Members submitted entries in Design, Photography, Club Competition, and Horticulture. In the Horticulture category, Diana Reinhardt won first-place ribbons for her Amarylis plant, and Juniper and Pine entries. President of the Club, Marion Nation received blue ribbons for two Spruce exhibits and another for her Pine entry. Marylin Hulme won a 1st place with her Spruce entry. Luann deWolfe received a blue ribbon for her Pine entry. Barbara Majewski won first place in two Evergreen categories. Beside winning 10 first-place Blue Ribbons, club members went on to win five second place Red Ribbons, 12 third place Yellow Ribbons and nine Honorable Mention White Ribbons. Youth Group "Cupcakes" decorated with flowers. (Photo: Photo Courtesy of Marion Nation) The Youth Group, Cupcakes category, were winners as well. First-place ribbons went to Harnay Singh, Anika West, Stella Tuohy, Sydney Secar, and Emma Watts. Second-place ribbons were received by Merrick Brogen, Benjamin West,  Jake Tuohy, Bianca Rinehardt, Prayosha Raval, and Thomas Lucus. All of the youth take part in the Youth Program supported by Neshanic Garden Club at the Hillsborough Library. Now that the Flower and Garden Show is over, club members are busy preparing for their Spring Luncheon with door prizes and basket auction to be held at the Neshanic Valley Golf Club on Thursday, April 28, at noon. Special guest speaker Bruce Crawford, director of Rutgers Gardens, will speak about new and unus... (MyCentralJersey.com)

Aug 23, 2015

Fall native plant sale at D&R Greenway's Native Plant Nursery

November. Featured at the sale will be floral-themed art by Mary Ackerman Buckwalter (1918–2007), a well-known local artist. Buckwalter lived in Raritan Township; as well as exhibiting in area galleries, her work was also shown in New York City. A generous 80 percent of the proceeds from the sale of Buckwalter's art will go to D&R Greenway and is tax-deductible to the buyer. Native plants are adapted to central New Jersey's climate, making them more drought-resistant than most exotic plants, and also provide essential food and habitat resources for wildlife. In the fall season, wildlife are busy storing enough food for hibernation or migration, and native plants are rich in the calories they need to get them through winter or to warmer climates. Gardeners can help by adding native plants to their property. An example is winterberry, whose bright red berries persist into early winter and provide a late-season food source. D&R Greenway's plants are grown from genetically local seeds gathered on their preserves, and from locally sourced plugs and bare-root plants. They are tended in the nursery throughout the year by staff and skilled volunteers. Plants are available in quart, gallon and two-gallon-sized pots from $5 to $15. A full catalog is available online at www.drgreenway.org/PlantCatalog.html. Contact Emily Blackman, Nursery Manager, to check species availability at 609-924-4646, or eblackman@drgreenway.org. D&R Greenway's Native Plant Nursery will offer four additional Friday afternoon sales this season from 3-5 p.m., on Sept. 18 and Sept. 25, and Oct. 2 and Oct. 9. (NJ.com)

Aug 18, 2015

Fall Native Plant Sale at D&R Greenway

Featured at the sale will be floral-themed art by Mary Ackerman Buckwalter (1918 – 2007), a well-known local artist.  Ms. Buckwalter lived in Raritan Township; as well as exhibiting in area galleries, her work was also shown in New York City.  A generous 80% of the proceeds from the sale of Ms. Buckwalter’s art will go to D&R Greenway and is tax-deductible to the buyer. Native plants are adapted to central New Jersey’s climate, making them more drought-resistant than most exotic plants, and also provide essential food & habitat resources for wildlife.  In the Fall season, wildlife are busy storing enough food for hibernation or migration, and native plants are rich in the calories they need to get them through winter or to warmer climates. Gardeners can help by adding native plants to their property! An example is winterberry, whose bright red berries persist into early winter and provide a late-season food source. D&R Greenway’s plants are grown from genetically local seeds gathered on their preserves, and from locally sourced plugs and bare-root plants.  They are tended in the nursery throughout the year by staff and skilled volunteers. Plants are available in quart, gallon and two-gallon-sized pots from $5 to $15. A full catalog is available online at www.drgreenway.org/PlantCatalog.html. Please contact Emily Blackman, Nursery Manager, to check species availability at (609) 924-4646, or eblackman@drgreenway.org. D&R Greenway’s Native Plant Nursery will offer four additional Friday afternoon sales this season from 3 to 5 p.m. on September 18 & 25 and October 2 & 9. Written by: Town Topics ... (Town Topics)