Florists in Andover, OH
Find local Andover, Ohio florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Andover 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.
Andover Flower Shops
144 Prospect St
Andover, OH 44003
Andover OH News
Nov 9, 2019
29 Fall Bridal Bouquets That Are Beautiful Beyond Words - Boston magazine
For this early October wedding at the Fairmont Copley Plaza in Boston, the bride requested a modern bouquet with a foraged look. Andover’s Les Fleurs delivered with an autumnal arrangement that included king proteas, roses, astilbes, and hanging amaranthus.
Photo by Dan Aguirre
At this low-key, seaside wedding at Newport Beach House, the bride carried a bouquet of roses, snowberries, feather celosia, and Queen Anne’s lace by Leslie Lee Floral Design.
Photo by Emily MacCabe Photography
For a mountaintop wedding in Maine, Bad Rabbit Flowers designed a vibrant bouquet featuring roses, mums, zinnias, and dahlias.
Photo by Janelle Carmela Photography
Bride Bridget’s Salem Country Club wedding took on a moody vibe, which Lotus Floral Designs channeled in a bouquet of ranunculus, dahlias, amaranthus, hydrangea, jasmine vine, and other flora.
Photo by Kate McElwee Photography
Sunflowers (as well as orchids, ranunculus, and spray roses) made a cheerful appearance in this bouquet Garden Designs by Kristen made for a bride tying the knot in September at Moraine Farm.
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The Art and Soul of Flowers - Patch.com
On Tuesday, October 1, at South Church (41 Central Street, Andover) the Andover Garden Club will kick off its new year with a demonstration by floral-designer Andrea Little. The event will begin at 10:00 AM with social time and refreshments, followed by a brief business meeting and the floral-arranging demonstration. Art is described in part as the making or doing of things that display form, beauty, and unusual perception. When the natural beauty of flowers, foliage and other elements of design are combined, art takes on a new image and excites the mind and soul, creating an emotional warmth of the senses and stimulating creativity in mind and heart. "Art" and "soul" will be the driving forces behind the arrangements presented by floral designer Andrea Little. Little is an award-winning floral designer, master judge, and presenter of design workshops and programs. Active in the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts, she is a member of the Westborough and Curbs & Cobblestones Garden Clubs. A $10 donation is requested for guests (includes... Oct 10, 2019
Local Slow-Flower Farms Around Minnesota That Are Blossoming - Mpls.St.Paul Magazine
Then I realized it could be a business.” She discovered other flower farms through social media, moved her family to Andover, and started growing a wild but curated collection of perennials and annuals. “Our flowers have a natural, garden-like, flowy feel,” she says. “Not every stem needs to be perfectly thought out.” Andover, flowerchildfarm.com
A small plot of peonies and woodies on a family farm turned into a full-fledged floral farm for Rachael and Jon Ackerman, who own the 10-acre Blue Sky Flower Farm. The farm is known for its dahlias and woody cuts, but the family also grows several peony varieties, unique perennials, sunflowers, and hydrangeas. Lakeville, blueskyflowerfarm.com
... Jul 27, 2017
Pick your own flower bouquet at the Stevens-Coolidge Place
NORTH ANDOVER — Brighten your days with fresh flowers from The Stevens-Coolidge Place's recently opened Flower Fields Cutting Garden.The flower cutting garden will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday from now until mid-October. In addition to pick-your-own standards like zinnias, cosmos and rudbeckia, visitors will find new varieties to add pop and flair to their bouquets. Please note there is a fee to cut flowers and picking is only available at the flower cutting garden during pick-your-own hours. The cost is $5 per 10 stems for Trustees members, and $10 for 10 stems for non-members. Be sure to stop by the tent to pick up scissors, a cup, and water before starting your bouquet. Extend your visit and explore the other Stevens-Coolidge gardens including a French Potager Garden, Rose Garden, and Perennial Garden. The gardens are full of fun adventures for all ages. The Stevens-Coolidge Place is located at 137 Andover St., North Andover. Fashion show to benefit youthLAWREN... (Eagle-Tribune)Mar 23, 2017
THINK SPRING: Annual Boston Flower Show promises a welcome respite
With its patio table and fruit tree fencing, this is a totally inviting “foodscaping” landscape by Samantha’s Gardens of Andover.At the floral design competitions, Roni Lahage, and her son, Nick, of Marshfield won First Place for their floral arrangement on the theme of incorporating tools of the trade – in this case a conical tomato cage enclosing sunflowers, ivy, flag iris and parrot tulip set in moss collected from their yard bordering the North River. And Julia Lizza, of the Community Garden Club of Duxbury, won First Place for her sculptural-like arrangement of kiwi vine to illustrate the superhero concept of crawling up walls.Undoubtedly a superhero, the New England Patriots are honored with floral arrangements of a player and a football, designed by Village Arts & Flowers of Walpole.At exhibits by the Massachusetts Master Gardner Association and the New England Carnivorous Plant Society, visitors can see superhero plants that need little water, eat insects, and show other powers of survival.The show also includes 200 vendors selling plants, garden tools, furnishings, botanical décor, and gifts. Daily demonstrations and lectures include clude planting for drought, new trends in landscape design, growing herbs, cultivating roses, and growing legal cannabis indoors.“It’s the gateway drug to gardening,” Weston said, joking. “Strangely enough, cannabis is bringing a lot of people into gardening.” Jody Feinberg may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow on Twitter @JodyF_Ledger. (Wicked Local Taunton)Mar 23, 2017
Gardens of Love: Carol Brush
Carol grew up in Andover, and said to me: “You remember ‘The Addams Family’? That was my family. We had Lurch, a Victorian house, and I just liked getting dirt under my fingernails.” Carol did not have a garden growing up, but ever since she arrived on-Island, she’s had “a little garden.” There are two side-by-side garden areas, one started when they built their home, and the expanded garden area, which was created about seven years ago. As anyone who works all the time knows, “the garden suffers,” Carol continued, “so what I learned about gardening is to change,” as she points to one raised bed. “This was garlic last season, so I pulled the garlic in July and then I put in my Marvel of Venice beans. Then I took that crop out and I put in some winter squash. Not many grew, so I pulled it all out and put clover in for the winter. Each plot has to rotate, and you’re constantly changing places where you’re doing everything. Except for the asparagus, which was planted about 25 years ago.”Carol’s garden was still quite plentiful last fall; there was a bounty of peppers, the variety of which she cannot recall, not far from dahlias still in bloom. She had celeriac, the “unsung hero of the vegetable world” according to the BBC, Martha Stewart, and many others, to “make soups for the winter.” One of my favorite things is céleri rémoulade, a celeriac salad. Yes, celeriac and celery are in the same family, but not the same plant. With celeriac you use the large root, which has a celery and nutty flavor. Nearby was another celery-tasting plant, lovage, which was originally cultivated in medieval times, and has both medicinal and culinary uses. I’ve heard lo... (Martha's Vineyard Times)