Florists in Canandaigua, NY
Find local Canandaigua, New York florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Canandaigua 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.
Canandaigua Flower Shops
1880 Rochester Rd
Canandaigua, NY 14424
Canandaigua NY News
Jun 19, 2020
Flowers of Hope campaign supports Alzheimer’s walk - MPNnow.com
Tramacera, of Wayne County, who lost their loved ones to Alzheimer’s or another dementia. The orange flower represents people like Shelby Ascroft, of Canandaigua; Melanie Cerra, of Rochester; and Kevin Diehl. of Horseheads, who support the cause and the Association’s vision of a world without Alzheimer’s and all dementia.“With this colorful display of determination in our communities throughout this summer and on Walk day, I am confident that one day we will be able to add a flower to this garden. Funds raised at the Walk will help us find a cure and we will add a white flower to our Promise Garden to represent the first survivor of Alzheimer’s,” said Teresa Galbier, chapter executive, Alzheimer’s Association.The Walk is scheduled for Oct. 3 in Canandaigua, Oct. 10 in Rochester and Oct. 17 in Elmira. Visit alz.org/walk to register.
... May 18, 2016
Mother's Day: Flowers are blooming at botanical gardens
Photo: Heritage Museums & Gardens)
1. Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion State Historic Park, Canandaigua, N.Y.Mother's Day is a great excuse to check out a botanical garden. Not only is May a wonderful time to visit in most parts of the country, as flowers and plants are in bloom, but many gardens across the USA put on special events in honor of mom's big day. From free admission to special festivals, here are 10 great gardens to visit this Mother's Day.
Take mom to a special tea at Sonnenberg Gardens on Mother's Day. Located on a 50-acre estate in upstate New York, Sonnenberg has 13 separate gardens including an Italian garden and a rose garden. All of the gardens here are historic, created between 1902 and 1919, and include some 120 varieties of flowers. The Mother's Tea will be held in the Queen Anne-style mansion that overlooks the gardens, and it will be served by waitstaff dressed in period costumes and accompanied by live piano music.
2. Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, Delray Beach, Fla.
Say “okasan arigato,” or “thank you, mom” and celebrate this Mother’s Day at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach. Set on 16 acres, this sprawling historic garden is split into six diverse gardens inspired by different historical periods and styles in Japanes... (USA TODAY)Jan 8, 2016
Cayuga County enterprise listings: Nov. 27, 2015
Peace of Serenity, 4997 Cheese Factory Road, Moravia: Lora Dymphna Shea.
• Brandon J. Carroll, 27 Paul St., Auburn, $2,604.65, in favor of Canandaigua National Bank & Trust Co., 1150 Pittsford-Victor Road, Pittsford.
• Edward G. Bramhall/Jayna L. Leahey, 9817 Hard Point Spur Road, Port Byron, $7,285, in favor of Hyland Partners Inc., P.O. Box 563, Canastota.
• Carol Herford, 203 Sherwood Road, Aurora/Carol A. Herford, 2033 Sherwood Road, Aurora, $139,552.77, in favor of M&T Bank, 1 M&T Plaza, Buffalo.
• James Smith, 7835 Lasher Road, Auburn, $375, in favor of Janice Daniels, C60 Brogan Manor, Auburn.
• Laticia A. French, 6049 Town Hall Road, Auburn, $713.04, in favor of Northstar Capital Acquisition LLC, 170 N. Pointe Parkway 300, Amherst.
The following judgments were filed in favor of Discover Bank, New Albany, Ohio:
• Maria C. Murillo, 5555 W. Lake Road, Auburn, $2,622.92.
• Cory R. Curtis, 37 Wall St., Auburn, $3,444.32.
The following judgments were filed in favor of NYS Commissioner of Taxation & Finance:
• Chad Jones/William Byron Jones, Moravia, $513.21.
• Daniel Bishuk Jr., 42 Oak St., Auburn, $4,141.71.
• Michael D. Blaisdell/Sharon L. Blaisdell, 2398 Dublin Road, Auburn, $749.40.
• Corey Deitz, 14 Grover St., Auburn, $116.21.
• Karen A. Hendrie/Michael D. Hendrie, 102 Fourth Drive, Weedsport, $275.49.
• Timothy P. Maywalt, 38 Elmhurst Circle, Auburn, $445.22.
• Kerry Pitts/William A. Pitts, 739 Fintches Corners Road, Sterling, $610.58.
• Ernesto Ramos, 829 Indian Field Road, Genoa, $640.65.
• Tammy L. Randall, 4686 Maple Ave., Locke, $833.85.
• Brian A. Redfield/Catherine Redfield, 182 E. Genesee St., Auburn, $125.09.
• Daniel P. Reilley/Mary M. Reilley, 26 Havens Ave., Au... (Auburn Citizen)Jan 8, 2016
High school hoops results from Jan. 7
Basketball(Photo: Thomas Northcut Getty Images)
Canandaigua 57, Brighton 53
Joelle Guy tallied 13 points and eight rebounds to lead Canandaigua in an 57-53 upset over Brighton in a Monroe County girls basketball game Thursday.
Rachel Simmons grabbed 12 rebounds for the Braves (5-7).
Brighton is 10-2.
Brighton: Ally Cutter 1, Meghan Flanagan 23, Aria Quattrini 0, Makalah Sizer 0, Miyah Sizer 6, Kat Vernon 4, Brooke Wolff 19.
Canandaigua: Isabelle Ceddia 2, Mary Compton 0, Kenzie Cowan 5, Joelle Guy 13, Taryn Kelley 0, Linsday Lyke 2, Rachel Simmons 12, Katie Stegall 6, Hanna Thomson 11, Allie Wagner 6.
3-Point Goals: Brighton (Meghan Flanagan 2, Miyah Sizer 2, Brooke Wolff 1), Canandaigua (Kenzie Cowan 1, Joelle Guy 1, Rachel Simmons 1, Katie Stegall 2, Hanna Thomson 3, Allie Wagner 1).
Pittsford Mendon 61, Greece Arcadia 24
Greece Arcadia: Alyssa Ballou 6, Jes... (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)Jul 27, 2015
Cosentino: The pros and cons of wedding flowers on Pinterest
I’ve attended in a very long time! And, best of all, the program was presented at one my favorite venues in upstate New York: Sonnenberg Gardens in Canandaigua.
To prepare for his presentation, Tom worked at a flower shop in Geneva for two full days along with members of the unit board, preparing the spectacular arrangements that he would be talking about. When Jessica got home after the first day, she assured me that there would be no ordinary arrangements. And the emphasis would be on table arrangements and ceremony arrangements. There would be only a few bouquets.
The speaker spent the first half hour showing a few pieces, but mostly he talked about trends and colors and color combinations. He gave tips on care and handling and how to deal with the bride and her mom. And then he talked about that new online phenomenon called Pinterest. This is a wonderful computer site where florists and designers and brides, and I guess everyone, can post pictures of their own weddings, the weddings that florists and photographers have done. The advantage: lots of great ideas. The downside? There are no captions. Brides come in to a shop with great ideas and are disappointed when the flowers they have fallen in love with just are not available for their wedding day.
His first bouquet was beautiful. In a pedestal bowl, about 8 inches across, he built a solid mound of open yellow roses. And then, from the center, a dozen irises on 18-inch stems. The effect was beautiful. One table idea that I particularly liked was a glass vase, about 10 inches across and about 6 inches tall. In the bowl, he placed five dainty handheld bouquets. The arrangement would decorate the table and after the wedding, each couple could take one of the bouquets to grace their own home.
Then he talked about the care and handling of product when it arrives at the shop and the steps florists should take on the arrival of the flowers so that they would last not only during the ceremony, but for days more. Though bride's and maid’s ... (Auburn Citizen)May 29, 2015
Blush Floral opens in Newark
Then, she said, she realized how big a part flowers play in weddings.
After a seven-month apprenticeship at a Canandaigua florist, she felt ready to strike out on her own.
Her new business occupies the former Boynton’s Jewelers space. Her father is her partner, but he just handles the books.
“He doesn’t touch the flowers,” Bendix said with a laugh. “Maybe if he takes a couple classes.”
Blush offers bridal and sympathy flowers, along with wedding consultations. Bendix said she can help couples come up with decoration themes, tablescapes and styling.
“I specialize in weddings,” Bendix said. “I would love one day for it day for it to be just weddings, but right now that’s just kind of a dream.”
Bendix also offers event design services.
Blush is open Tuesdays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
For more information, visit www.blushfloralweddingdesign.com or look up Blush Floral and Wedding Design on Facebook.
Bendix has joined the Chamber of Commerce and said the her business has so far been getting a good reception from the community.
(Finger Lakes Times)