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Order flowers and gifts from Red Bank Flowers located in Red Bank NJ for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 30 Monmouth Street, Red Bank New Jersey 07701 Zip. The phone number is (732) 530-9011. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Red Bank Flowers in Red Bank NJ. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Red Bank Flowers delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Red Bank Flowers
Address:
30 Monmouth Street
City:
Red Bank
State:
New Jersey
Zip Code:
07701
Phone number:
(732) 530-9011
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Find Red Bank Flowers directions to 30 Monmouth Street in Red Bank, NJ (Zip 07701) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 40.3498949, -74.066431 respectively.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Jul 5, 2019

Gloucester County Certified Gardeners to Sponsor Herb and Flower Show at Red Bank Battlefield - SNJTODAY

Gloucester County Certified Gardeners, will take place on Sunday, June 23 from noon to 4 p.m. at the James and Ann Whitall House and Gardens, Red Bank Battlefield, 100 Hessian Avenue, National Park. The theme this year is The Whitall’s Home. A ribbon cutting at 11:30 a.m., will feature a new colonial garden that the Certified Gardeners have completed at the site. The Colonial Garden reflects the time period and contains heirloom varieties of flowers, herbs, and vegetables. The plants in the garden would have been used by the Whitall family for food, medicinal remedies, and dyes for clothing. “The gardens at the James and Ann Whitall House are cared for and maintained by a group of talented volunteers, and the Herb and Flower show is one of the best times to come and visit the gardens as well as to show your growing skills from your own garden,” Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger said in a press release. Visitors to the flower show will be able to vote for Best in Show for Artistic and Horticultural Exhibitions and the winners will be announced at 3 P.M There will be free workshops on gardening topics, and Certified Gardeners on hand to answer lawn and garden questions. Special activities for children are planned,...

Dec 8, 2017

Mueller's Flowers & Gifts reopens in Spring Lake Heights after devastating fire

Marta said. "In two days, we were signing a lease." They moved in in October.More: Flower Power's owner still going strong in MiddletownMore: Red Bank florist builds her business anewShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext Slide"We were really attached (to the building in Manasquan) and it wasn’t easy to see it all burn up," Marta said. "We are trying our best to make sure that we still provide our customers with the same service and products, especially the things that we knew people liked from us."The owners of the Manasquan building where the shop was located have not made a decision whether to rebuild, Marta said. "We are not sure what is going to happen with the old location but our hope will be that they will rebuild so we can go back."Scroll to the end of this story to see the fire that burned Mueller's.Firefighters surround Mueller's Florist and Gifts on Sunday at Route 71 in Manasquan. (Photo: Amanda Oglesby)Along with the support of the community following the fire, the ability to reopen has given comfort to Marta, Maura and the store's small staff. "It has helped in the healing process to be able to get back to work again," Marta said. "We are trying very hard to maintain as much as w... (Asbury Park Press)

Nov 17, 2017

Flower Power's owner still going strong in Middletown

I how to raise orchids and we all had our own sections of the family greenhouse.”More: Red Bank florist builds her business anewMore: Mueller's Flowers in Manasquan vows to reopen after fireReturning to her family’s hometown of Middletown and attending high school there, she worked at a flower shop her father bought as well as at a number of different florists in the area, all of whom quickly recognized her ability and often let her run their shops alone.Encouraged by her bosses’ confidence in both her floral and managerial skills, Patterson was inspired to spread her wings.“I thought, ‘Why not open my own store?'” she said, and with that, the then 20-year-old rented space for $200 a month in a Belford storefront formerly occupied by Middletown Pharmacy and opened her own venture, Flower Power Florist and Gifts, in 1977.Though she ultimately moved the store to a more updated space just across the street in the late 1990s, Flower Power Florist has been going strong for 40 years and continues to bloom.More: Howell flower farmer finds joy in her jobMore: Brighten your home with indoor winter plantsShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext SlideQuality products, personalized serviceAt the cozy shop, “we offer a broad range of flowers, including lots of seasonal Jersey wildflowers in the summer like sunflowers, gladiolas, dahlias and larkspur as well as eight different varieties and colors of roses,” Patterson said.“Our flowers are extremely high quality and will literally last for weeks because of the way we cut and preserve them,” added Patterson, who shared that the trick to extending the life of floral arrangements at home is to cut the stems and change the water every... (Asbury Park Press)

Oct 19, 2017

Red Bank florist builds her business anew

OSE We profile Barlow's Flower Farm of Sea Girt. One of our 2015's 'Best of the Best' winners. Brian JohnstonBuy PhotoLove at Last Florist, a Red Bank business owned by Lisa Smith which provides a large range of flowers, and home decorations. (Photo: Peter Ackerman)Buy PhotoRED BANK - When Lisa Smith took over her business this past April, she was met with the challenge of reacquiring a lot of her customer base.The previous owners of Roses R Red Bank were not florists by trade, unlike Smith, who has been in the field for 27 years, and, as a result of that lack of experience, the business needed a boost.“It’s been a struggle restoring the business to its full potential,” said Smith. “For the most part, I was running this business for the first two and half years that I worked here, but the business itself needed a necessary makeover and other adjustments with the way it was operating at the time I became the owner."She changed the name to Love At Last Florist and started anew.“I made up postcards with discounts and we have tried to do a good deal of advertising,” said Smith. “The way we interact with customers now has really gon... (Asbury Park Press)

Apr 7, 2017

Cherry blossoms blooming in DC, but also closer to home

St. Paul Baptist Church in Washington, D.C., where the Rev. Darrell Macklin, the church pastor, officiated.Mrs. Edwards was born Aug. 21, 1925, in Red Bank, N.J., where she attended school. She furthered her education by attending several colleges and became a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) Sorority. She taught college level courses at The Hampton Institute which is now Hampton University. And she taught locally at James Madison Middle School and was a counselor at Fairmount Heights High School.She loved music, dance and was an avid dance instructor. She loved and collected exquisite antiques. She owned and opened Ella’s Antiques in Upper Marlboro. Later she partnered with Robert Claggett and purchased a larger store, The Antique and Collectors’ Cove, in Newburg near La Plata for more than 20 years. The store was sold to dear friends Linda and Bob Greene who remodeled the store and renamed it to Glory Days.She was passionate about hard work, self-reliance and extending her home inviting people in to have a good meal, a place to rest while always offering guidance and her happy smile.Her love, smiles, help and presence will be missed by her husband of 59 years, James O. Edwards Sr.; her devoted son and daughter-in-law, James O. Edwards Jr. and Linda D. Edwards; grandson, James O. Edwards III; and all of her family members as well as other friends and neighbors of Croom Acres.April special days and monthSpecial days in April: the 7th, World Health Day; the 9th, Palm Sunday; the 10th, Passover begins; the 14th, Good Friday; the 16th, Easter; the 17th, Tax Day; the 22nd, Earth Day; the 26th, Administrative Professional Day; and the 28th, Arbor Day. April is a special month because it is the Autism Month, National Child Abuse Awareness Month, Occupational Month, and National Poetry Month.Birthdays and anniversaries in AprilBirthday greetings to the following people: on the 1st, Andrew P. Donelson; the 2nd, Rodney W. Payne III; the 20th, Celister Evans and Amanda Beatty; the 24th, Eleanor M. Crockett; the 26th, Mildred Chance; the 28th, Paulette Robinson; and the 30th, Joanne Osborne. Reverend Dr. Ronald K. Miner Sr. and Mrs. Thea Miner will celebrate another wedding anniversary on April 21. Mr. Raymond and Mrs. Geraldine Langford will celebrate their wedding anniversary on April 23. (So Md News (subscription))

Feb 3, 2017

Send your Valentine a barbershop quartet

Feb. 11 to 14. ANDREW FORD Shore visits from singing group available Feb. 11 to 14 A quartet from the Red Bank Area Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society poses with a past recipient of a Singing Valentine at Ranney School in Tinton Falls.(Photo: Courtesy of Red Bank Area Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society) Forget the teddy bears, flowers and chocolate this Valentine's Day. The Chorus of the Atlantic, Red Bank Area Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, is offering Singing Valentines. For $60, you can send your special someone a serenade in four-part harmony. Each visit includes two songs, a long-stem rose and a photo memento. READ MORE:  Don't miss Asbury Park's Valentine's Day market Previously, quartets have visited homes, offices, restaurants, warehouses, schools and even a police academy, according to a news release. Visits can be scheduled from Saturday, Feb. 11 through Tuesday. Feb. 14. For more information, or to schedule a visit, call Jon Greene at 732-583-1684. Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide The Chorus of the Atlantic also welcomes visitors to their rehearsals. The group meets Tuesdays... (Asbury Park Press)

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