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Ohio, OH Florists

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Ohio Cities

Ohio State Featured Florists

Ken's Flower Shops

6725 W. Central Ave
Toledo, OH 43617

Bloomers Florist

4136 Main Ave
Ashtabula, OH 44004

Mt. Washington Florist

1967 Eight Mile Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45255

A Unique Flower And Gift Shop

152 Front St
Marietta, OH 45750

The Flower Gallery

238 E Garfield Rd Rt.82
Aurora, OH 44202

Ohio Flowers News

Feb 1, 2020

Plants not seen in Ohio in decades found in Summit, Portage counties - Akron Beacon Journal

The American cuckoo-flower has only ever been spotted naturally growing in Ohio twice.Both times, James Bissell was the one to find it, and both times, it was found in Summit County.Bissell, the director of natural areas and curator of botany with the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, spotted the plant species in Long Lake Fen in the Portage Lakes area of southern Summit County last year.It’s one of four plant species previously considered "lost" in Ohio that were rediscovered naturally growing in the state in 2019, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Natural Areas and Preserves."It was a pleasant surprise to find it," said Bissell, who started working at the museum as a gardener and collections assistant in 1971. "I'm looking forward to looking for more of it next year."The Ameri...

Feb 1, 2020

Friendship and Flowers - The Post

Cole is a substitute teacher in Athens County; Lawrence teaches at Ohio University in University College or the Department of Modern Languages as a Spanish professor, depending on the semester, and is part of the faculty-in-residence program. Podolski is the production director at WATH/WXTQ Power 105.5, the local radio station; and Rekstad is a civil engineer looking for work, though he said he may start substitute teaching as well or join Podolski at the radio station. Originally under the moniker The Larger Sound, the band found its new name amid one of Lawrence’s dreams. In the dream, when the emcee announced the next act as Ready Aim Flowers, cannons spit out flower-shaped confetti, and Lawrence said he just knew, even though not everyone agreed. “Our corresponding significant others were not fans of ‘Ready Aim Flowers,’ but we won them over eventually,” Lawrence, who also plays a plethora of string instruments for the band, said. “I don't want to dive too deep into this, but I really like the idea of an active and sort of proactive idea about good vibes, love, kindness, all that stuff. So it's like ‘ready aim good stuff,’ not ‘ready aim bad stuff.’” Ready Aim Flowers has two singles, “Fieldwork” and “Reckless Affection,” both of which were released 21 days apart in August 2019 and are available on all streaming platforms. “Fieldwork,” a ukulele-driven track based on Lawrence’s two-month experience living in a tent in the desert of southern Utah, came first. On the excursion, Lawrence said he noticed a noteworthy difference in his paleontologist friend’s demeanor when he was in his workspace. Lawrence took his observations and turned them into advice for his friend as well as inspirational lyrics for “Fieldwork”: “There’s more to life than being mean or playing nice / Don’t wear a halo, even though it makes a good disguise.” To the guys, “Fieldwork” came out better than they ever could’ve imagined, considering they almost didn’t record it. “It was like a b-side,” Rekstad, who plays bass, guitar and keyboard on occasion, said. “Reckless Affection,” however, is going to be reworked and re-released. Cole said its primary issues were a lack of low end, which is boosting the bass, that occurred after the mastering proces...

Feb 1, 2020

Valentine’s Day online deals: How to save on flowers, candy and other treats for your loved ones - cleveland.com

CLEVELAND, Ohio - Whether you’re looking for something romantic, whimsical or offbeat, Valentine’s Day deals abound online with ways to treat your loved one (or even yourself).From traditional options like candy and flowers to things like cookies and steaks, there’s something for everyone.We’ve taken the time to pull out some of the best deals currently available online to help take some of the legwork (and guess work) out of your holiday plans. (Note: deals may change without notice)Deals on flowersFILE - This Feb. 14, 2012 file photo shows a flower delivery driver loading his car with Valentine's Day deliveries. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)APSave up to $20 off on rose bouquets (1-800 Flowers)Affordable flower arrangements that won’t break the ban...

Jan 4, 2020

Obituary for David Strode - Greeley Tribune

David R. Strode March 12, 1958~Dec. 30, 2019 David R. Strode, of Greeley passed away Dec. 30, 2019. He was born March 12, 1958, in Hamilton Ohio to Richard and Jean (Spaulding) Strode. His family later moved to Piqua, Ohio, where he graduated from Piqua Central High School in 1976. In 1983, he graduated from the University of Dayton with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering. He joined Hensel Phelps Construction Company March 1986 working on local projects including the Union Colony Civic Center and Northern Colorado Medical Center as well as many long-term projects around the country, before retiring in 2013. Dave enjoyed golfing, reading, traveling, working in the yard, and gardening. He had a passion for cooking and his friends and family were always the recipients of his herb and tomato creations. Dave loved his time volunteering at NCMC along with his work with the Aims...

Dec 18, 2019

The story behind a local Muncie flower shop - Ball State Daily News

I delivered those too,” said Benken. Benken ended up going off to college. Then after college, she moved to Ohio where she lived for four years. While being away from her family’s flower shop business, Benken tried multiple jobs. “I thought ‘this is my chance to get out of the flower business’ and I looked for a job and I ended up at a veterinarian,” said Benken. “But I missed the flower business. The holidays rolled around and it just wasn’t the same.” Benken was shocked at how the holidays did not feel the same when she was not working in a flower shop. “Christmas wasn’t the same. Mother’s day wasn’t the same. Valentines day wasn’t the same,” Benken said. “because in the flower business those are just nutty holidays.” While still living in Ohio, Benken quit her job with the veterinarian and worked for a florist in Ohio. “In the meantime, my dad had retired from the flower business and my brother had taken over the shop and my dad was selling real estate,” said Benken. “Well this old flower shop came up for sale and he and my husband at the time decided we should buy it.” That’s when Benken decided she was ready to start her own flower shop in downtown Muncie, Normandy Flower Shop. Benken always knew she wanted to raise her children in Muncie, so they started the process to buy the shop. “We put a bid in on it and had no idea they had accepted it until two weeks before we were supposed to be here,” said Benken. “We had two weeks to put our house up for sale and pack up and come to Muncie.” Now, years later, Benken has raised four kids and two of them are currently working at her flower shop. “For years I thought I would...