Florists in Bergen, NY
Find local Bergen, New York florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Bergen 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.
Bergen Flower Shops
70 S. Lake Ave
Bergen, NY 14416
Bergen NY News
Oct 10, 2019
Dorothy M. Veselsky, 88, Former Longtime Englewood Resident Dies - Englewood, NJ Patch
She spent her post-retirement years as a school nurse at Bergen Catholic High School in Oradell. Beloved wife to the late Rudolph "Rudy" Veselsky. Devoted mother to Linda Breen and her husband John; Randy Veselsky and Anne Veselsky; Ronald Veselsky and his wife Marlene; Susan Kneller and her husband Sheldon. Loving grandmother and great-grandmother to Julie McGreevy and her husband Stephen, and their children Emily and Lucy; Sarah Hill and her husband Russell; Rashida Isigi; Tara Muhonja Veselsky and her husband Lisandro, and Tara's children Lilianna, Jacob, and Alexander; Brielle Zahn and her husband Robert, and their children Nikolaj, Lunete, and Beatrix; Dale Veselsky; Ryan Veselsky; and Michael. Adored sister to the late John Peters and his wife Phyllis. In lieu of flowers, donations in her name may be made to the Holy Name Healthcare Foundation, 718 Teaneck Road, Teaneck nj 07666. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ... Nov 28, 2018
Community calendar: Ballard Holiday Fest, Museum First Thursday and more - The Seattle Times
SAT Music by the Smiling Scandinavians, treats, trees, Santa visits, 3-6 p.m. Saturday, Bergen Place Park, 5420 22nd Ave. N.W., Seattle (visitballard.com/events/ballard-holidayfest-2/).
Celebrate the Season at Sky Nursery
SAT Santa visiting 11 a.m.-3 p.m., STRUM Ukulele Band 2-3 p.m. Saturday, Sky Nursery, 18528 Aurora Ave. N., Shoreline (206-546-4851 or skynursery.com).
Hometown Holidays in the Junction
SAT Holiday Night Market with 40 artists, 3-7 p.m. Saturday; entertainment, 4-6 p.m., Santa lights the tree, 6 p.m. Saturday, California Avenue Southwest and Southwest Alaska Street, Seattle (wsjunction... Jul 26, 2018
Summer Care for Perennial Gardens
It won't extend bloom time on all perennials, but will keep some like bergenia, lamb's ear, peonies, and perennial geraniums looking neat and tidy throughout the summer. Deadheading will encourage an additional flush of flowers on many perennials including bee balm, coral bells, daylilies, fringed bleeding heart, phlox, purple coneflowers, salvia, veronica, and yarrow.
Cut spent flowers back to the nearest set of side shoots with flower buds or healthy leaves on perennials like coneflowers, catmints, salvias, shasta daisies, turtlehead and veronicas.Sign Up for E-NewsOn daylilies and balloon flowers, remove individual flowers on the flower scape (stem) as they fade. Once all the individual flowers have faded and been deadheaded, remove the whole flower stem.
Prune flower stems back to a rosette of leaves at the base of the plant on coral bells, hosta and lamb's ear to keep these plants looking their best.
Shearing a plant, also called cutting back, is a pruning method that removes large amounts of plant material in one fell swoop. This method is useful for plants with an abundance of small flowers such as creeping phlox, rock cress and threadleaf coreopsis. Also consider digging and dividing threadleaf coreopsis every few years to promote continuous bloom.
Keep mums and asters pruned to... Jun 22, 2017
Flower show will make you say 'wow'
If the stem is re-cut, the searing should be repeated.Submerged Method. This method is particularly good for foliage of certain flowers like bergenia, hosta, mahonia and rhododendron. Submerge the foliage in tepid water for about two hours as foliage absorbs water through its surface tissue.Be careful with young foliage as it may become water-logged if left too long. Old foliage and evergreens may be left overnight. Grey leaves should not be submerged or the greyness may be lost.Woody stems. The ends of woody stems such as freesia, fuchsia, peony, phlox and sunflowers should be split and immersed in deep warm water.Wash hands after handling. Some flowers have toxic properties as many chemicals are used in the production of commercially obtained flowers.Now that you know how to condition flowers, all you need to do is enter the flower show. Details are on the Kelowna Garden Club website, kelownagardenclub.ca. (The Daily Courier (subscription))Jan 19, 2017
Holiday shoppers hit Coquitlam Centre, stores despite snow
"I came from Mission and it was way worth it," said Dave Robson, who bought his merchandise at the Mr. Big and Tall shop.
Jason Van Bergen said Boxing Day was busy at his sporting goods store, Corner Sports in Port Coquitlam, where shoppers arrived, usually with kids in tow, to stock up on hockey and lacrosse equipment, which was marked down dramatically.
"People tend to go buy their electronics first," Van Bergen said of Boxing Day, "they come to us for a pair of hockey skates after they get their flat screen TVs," he said, joking, noting that the snow has brought in a lot of customers looking for deals on skis and snowboard equipment, too.
Tyler Greaves gets ready to slice up some pork chops at Meat Craft Urban Butchery in Port Moody, where shoppers splurged on specialty meats and sausages as well as the famous turducken, a dish consisting of a deboned chicken stuffed into a deboned duck and further stuffed into a deboned turkey. the holiday season was a busy one for the store that sources its organic and hormone-free meat and chicken from B.C. farms.
Over at Meat Craft Urban Butchery in Port Moody, customers purchased heirloom breed turkeys for their holiday dinner table and turducken, a deboned chicken, duck and turkey stuffed inside each other with sausage for a special treat.Tyler Greaves said he expected to sell a lot of appies for New Year's eve, including bacon wrapped tenderloin kabobs and sausage rolls.
"We hunt for the best stuff as possible as close as possible," Greaves said of Meat Craft, owned by Greg McFetridge, which sources its ethically treated, free range, no hormone meat and chicken from B.C. farms.
(The Tri-City News)Nov 24, 2016
Holiday CraftMorristown Includes Over 25 Artists from New Jersey
Brennan (Summit); lovingly made hand-stitched mermaid, bunny and bear dolls by Alisa Ryan (Metuchen); mosaic home décor by Hollie Graze (North Bergen); neutral toned, modern women’s clothing for all shapes and sizes by Lora Oracheva (Lodi); carved and painted wooden bowls by Bruce Perlmutter (Red Bank); sophisticated shearling vests, wraps and jackets by Lewis Rafel (Newark) and deconstructed architectural rings, earrings and necklaces by Michael Alexander (Bergen). A full list of Holiday CraftMorristown artists is available at www.artrider.com.FEATURED EXPERIENCESHoliday CraftMorristown is not just great shopping, but also a great place to watch and participate in demonstrations. Patricia Disantis will be hosting make-your-own Shibumi scarf workshops during the entire show; Kathleen Petronziowill be weaving her signature baskets; Devin Mack will be hand forming wire sculptures right in front of your eyes and Dan Williams will allow you to play his unique string instruments.Sign Up for E-NewsDETAILSVisitors will enjoy the rare opportunity to meet visionary artists and purchase their latest work. There will be something for everyone at Holiday CraftMorristown, from the collector, art enthusiast and discerning shopper to the imaginative holiday gift giver. The show includes one-of-a-kind and limited edition jewelry; fashion and accessories; furniture, and home décor pieces; as well as functional and sculptural work in ceramics, glass, metal, painting, photography, wood and mixed media. Visitors should make sure to bring their sweet tooth and plan to visit the gourmet specialty food section to fully experience hand-crafted delights. Show hours for Holiday CraftMorristown are Friday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sundayfrom 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. General admission is $9 (includes unlimited re-entry); seniors are $8; children under 6 are free. The Morristown Armory is located at 430 Western Ave. in Morristown, NJ and is most accessible from Route 287. While we love ...