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399 Amherst StBuffalo, NY 14207
358 Main StOtego, NY 13825
130 S 11Th StNew Hyde Park, NY 11040
98 Water StBrooklyn, NY 11201
285 Middle Country RSelden, NY 11784
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Jul 6, 2021
Photos of the Week: Rain Vortex, Floating Flowers, Fire Dancing - The Atlantic
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`Corpse Flower' Blooms at Huntington Botanical Gardens - MyNewsLA.com
Victorian woman was said to have swooned when she got a whiff of the bloom.
The flower was first displayed in the United States in 1937 at the New York Botanical Garden.
The Huntington’s pollination process can be viewed at www.instagram.com/tv/CQ_uV7UnOUs/?utm_medium=copy_link.
Advance reservations are required to view the flower in person, and can be made at tickets.huntington.org/events/c608554c-4e22-5925-fe9b-d2393ef9b27d?tg=68b5a03f-4d53-f15d-4fe2-9c8936ce7d3e.
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The Best Florists in New York - Curbed
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Since 1985, our annual “Best of New York” issue has named standout services, unique shops, and special spots in dozens of categories. Now that Curbed is part of New York’s family, we have reimagined “Best of New York” as an ever-expanding resource that could rival Yelp in usefulness but feels more like a secret Google doc that gets passed among friends. To find the places recommended on these lists, we polled hundreds of stylish and savvy New Yorkers and begged them to tell us their go-tos. The result: our own Yellow Pages, containing only excellent places.
Dutch Flower Line, 150 W. 28th St.; dutchflowerline.com; 212-727-8600
This 36-year-old shop is known for its wide-ranging selection of flowers from around the world — including Japanese ranunculus that set designer Noemi Bonazzi calls “exquisite” and “the size of your hand,” peonies from New Zealand, and cherry-red tulips shipped directly from Holland. Set de... Apr 4, 2021
International Women’s Day Marked With Special Delivery Of Flowers For Frontline Workers At Elmhurst Hospital - CBS New York
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – There was a special delivery Monday for frontline warriors – bouquets of tulips to brighten their days.As CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock reports, it’s in celebration of International Women’s Day.READ MORE: 1 Dead, Multiple Injured After Ambulance Flips On Its Side In Brooklyn
Tulips symbolizing love and charity were ready for delivery outside of NYC Health + Hospitals Elmhurst.
“It brings hope,” said Josephine George, the hospital’s head of patient relations experience. “There is a positive future over COVID.”
Murdock watched her load up the brilliant blooms and wheel them inside for handoff to what she calls the bedrock of the organization – the women who work there.
“Seventy percent of employees are female. Perfect time to... Apr 4, 2021
The Perseverance of New York City’s Wildflowers - The New York Times
The mow-down encourages this rebirth and regrowth,” said Leslie Wright, the city’s regional director of the state park system. If New York City has a warm spring, the cornflowers may open up by late April, eventually followed by orange frills of butterfly milkweed, purple spindly bee balm and yolk-yellow, black-eyed Susans that also inhabit the meadow — hardy species that can weather the salty spray that confronts life on the waterfront.Not all of these flowers are native to New York, or even North America, but they have sustained themselves long enough to become naturalized. These species pose little threat to native wildlife, unlike more domineering introduced species such as mugwort, an herb with an intrepid rhizome system.Although cornflowers herald springtime now, they were not here hundreds of years ago, before colonizers forcibly displaced the Lenape people from their ancestral land of Lenapehoking, which encompasses New Jersey, Delaware and parts of Connecticut, Pennsylvania and New York State. The Lenape knew spring by another bloom: white tufts of flowers from the serviceberry tree, which powder its branches like snow in April. Today, serviceberries still bloom in Brooklyn, in both Prospect Park and John Paul Jones Park.A wildflower can refer to any flowering plant that was not cultivated, intentionally planted or given human aid, yet it still managed to grow and bloom. This is one of several definitions offered by the plant ecologist Donald J. Leopold in Andre...