Nature's Gift Florist
Order flowers and gifts from Nature's Gift Florist located in Voorhees NJ for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 27 Eagle Plz, Voorhees New Jersey 08043 Zip. The phone number is (856) 784-9506. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Nature's Gift Florist in Voorhees NJ. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Nature's Gift Florist delivers fresh flowers – order today.
Nature's Gift Florist
Express you love, friendship, thanks, support - or all of the above - with beautiful flowers & gifts!
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Flowers and Gifts News
Jan 12, 2017
Making Rearrangements: Haddonfield Nonprofit Gives Flowers a Thoughtful Refresher
Currently, Forget Me Knot donates to the Ronald McDonald House, Voorhees Pediatric Center, Voorhees Care + Rehabilitation Center, and Inspira Transitional Care Unit: Woodbury. The list continues to grow, and Davis hopes to begin donating to local women’s shelters in the near future.
“It’s endless, the people that could benefit from just this little bit of beauty,” she said. “We offer an option. You don’t have to throw that beauty away.”
... (NJ Pen)May 3, 2016
All Over Albany Spring plant sales 2016
Plant SaleThe Cornell Cooperative Extension Albany County's annual Garden Education Day & Plant Saleis at the cooperative extension facility in Voorheesville. Master gardeners will be there for tours and advice, but the big draw is the plant sale. We've been in past years and it's popular. There are a bunch of high-quality garden plants -- including both vegetables and flowers -- for low prices. And people start lining up before it starts in order to get their pick of the offerings. So, get there early and have in mind what you're looking for. May 21 9 am-1 pm
May 21-22: Thacher Park Native Plant SaleThe Friends of Thacher State Park organizes the annual Native Plant Sale at the park's overlook. "Provide food and habitat for birds and insects by adding 'Biodiversity All-stars' to your garden! These choice native plants are easy to grow and highly valuable to wildlife. We have a selection of species adaptable to a full range of garden conditions, and some cold tolerant, drought tolerant, and deer resistant. Our preselected kits make planning easy, and make thoughtful and unique gifts." May 21 and 22 10 am-3 pm
Saratoga Tree NurseryThis isn't a sale exactly, but the state DEC's Saratoga Tree Nursery sells seedlings during the spring. You can order seedlings, subject to availability, through mid May and then pick them up at the nursery in Saratoga Springs. Details are at that link.____
Earlier on AOA: A row of upcoming gardening classes
... (alloveralbany)Apr 1, 2016
Prom Prep Perfected by Richardson's Flowers
The store delivers daily to several neighboring cities throughout Southern New Jersey, including Cherry Hill, Voorhees, and Marlton, in addition to offering nation-wide delivery through their ecommerce site. Because of the role their products play in the expression of customer's feelings, Richardson's team is committed to providing excellent service and working hand-in-hand with customers to produce personalized and stunning creations for a night they will never forget.About Richardson's FlowersRichardson's Flowers is a family owned and operated business serving the Southern New Jersey community since 1978. Our skilled and creative team of florists pride themselves on crafting fresh, high-quality floral arrangements for gifts, events, and holidays. Richardson's Flowers is a member of the Society of American Florists, the Medford Business Association, Teleflora's top 500 florists, and BBrooks' nationwide network of florists.
For more information on this press release visit: http://www.releasewire.com/press-releases/prom-prep-perfected-by-richardsons-flowers-673033.htm
... (Digital Journal)Feb 2, 2016
Richardson's Flowers: The Best Floral Shop in South Jersey
American Florists and the Medford Business Association. The store makes daily deliveries to several neighboring communities, including Cherry Hill, Voorhees and Marlton, and also offers nationwide delivery online. Richardson's is recognized as one of Teleflora's top 500 florists out of over 26,000 members. They are also a proud member of BBrooks, a nationwide network of florists specializing in fresh, seasonal flowers arranged with exquisite artistry. BBrooks' member florists are selected by invitation only, which expresses the trust customers can have when choosing Richardson's Flowers to design their arrangement.About Richardson's FlowersRichardson's Flowers is a family owned and operated business serving the Southern New Jersey community since 1978. Our skilled and creative team of florists pride themselves on crafting fresh, high-quality floral arrangements for gifts, events, and holidays. Richardson's Flowers is a member of the Society of American Florists, the Medford Business Association, Teleflora's top 500 florists, and BBrooks' nationwide network of florists.
For more information on this press release visit: http://www.releasewire.com/press-releases/richardsons-flowers-the-best-floral-shop-in-south-jersey-657394.htm
... (Digital Journal)Feb 2, 2016
Voorhees artist and her work at hand, Germans mark Holocaust
Now some of it is part of a collection of Holocaust art that went on display last week at the German Historical Museum in Berlin.
Toll, 80, of Voorhees, was on hand for the opening, which included two watercolors she painted as a child while in hiding until the Nazis were ousted by Soviet troops in 1944.
"It's hard for me to believe," she said in an interview last week after returning from a whirlwind trip to Germany with her husband, Ervin. "I was overwhelmed with everything."
The Holocaust art exhibit includes 100 works by 50 artists who created their art in secret between 1939 and 1945 while in concentration camps, labor camps, or Nazi ghettos. About half of the 50 artists didn't live beyond World War II, but their work was preserved.
"I just was sad to see how many sad and depressing drawings there were," Toll said upon her return home. She said she was surprised to discover on arriving in Berlin that she was the sole surviving artist.
Items for the exhibition, "Art from the Holocaust," came from Israel's Holocaust museum, Yad Vashem, from its collection of more than 6,000 pieces of Holocaust art.
The artwork was delivered to Germany in two shipments, so in case of an accident, the entire priceless collection would not be damaged or lost.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel used the exhibit opening to confront rising anti-Semitism in Germany. She said lessons from the Holocaust should encourage more tolerance for the millions who fled to Germany last year seeking asylum.
"We must focus our efforts particularly ... (Philly.com)Jan 8, 2016
Montgomery County and Frederick County home sales
Rakesh and Madhula Khandelwal to Konjit B. Dribssa and Girma Shiferaw, $257,500.
Selby Ave., 19700-Jack Trope and Judith W. Voorhees to Rave Raman and Susan M. Luckhurst, $590,000.
Park Potomac Ave., 12500, No. 305-Ellen Allentoff and Sylvia Smith Fogelman to Dorothy Brooks White and James M. Brooks III, $1.2 million.
Antigua Terr., 10800, No. 206-Faye Frankfort to Elizabeth Salome Perez and Victor Parker, $331,250.
College Pkwy., 882, No. 882-103-Alvaro A. Llosa to Tyler Scott Wilkinson, $205,000.
Rockville Pike., 10500, No. 916-Michelle W. Adler to Wendi Poole, $197,000.
SANDY SPRING AREA
Ashton Green Dr., 17508-Bernard G. and Joelle M. Genevish to Andrew J. and Jodi L. Johnson, $1.28 million.
SENECA PARK-CEDAR GROVE AREA
Dunstable Cir., 20053, No. 305-Federal National Mortgage Association to Jose Luis Orelland, $185,000.
Stardrift Dr., 12215-Leslie A. and Enith C. Bermudez to Abdel I. and Catherine G. Almario, $539,900.
TAKOMA PARK AREA
Dogwood Ave., 214-William H. and Betty Anne Bell to David J. Arkush and Joanna H. Peltason, $635,000.
Rockland Ave., 1916-Jonathan Goldsmith to Candace M. Tingen, $300,000.
Eaglewood Ct., 12003-Jeffrey K. and Susan S. Poston to Timothy Allen and Sarah Brown, $300,000.
Mapleview Dr., 11603-PRH Corp. to Kailani M. Thompson, $470,000.
These sales data recorded by the Maryland Department of Assessments & Taxation were provided by Black Knight Financial Services. For information about other residential real estate transactions, visit washingtonpost.com/homesales.
Pleasant View Rd., 2010-Robert William and Sara Wisner to Laura Lea Bartlett, $282,000.
E St. E., 1-Melody Krista Marshall and estate of Beatrice Grace Sowers to Eric Moore General Contracting Corp., $60,000.
Gapland Rd., 2145-Penny L. Wilson to Charles N. and Margaret C. Bowen, $725,000.
Frailey Rd., 800-Raymond M. Baker and Stephanie A. Bender to Mark R. and Jill A. Long, $174,900.
FREDERICK CITY-ADAMSTOWN VILLAGE AREA
Britannic Pl., 6541-D.R. Horton Inc. to Kathy S. Yu, $330,580.
Britannic Pl., 6555-D.R. Horton Inc. to Brenda E. Ngeke and Mwambo E. Efokoa, $336,471.
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