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Flowers

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Roses

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Florists in Bluffton, OH

Find local Bluffton, Ohio florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Bluffton 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.

Bluffton Flower Shops

Panache Floral & Interiors

415 N Main St
Bluffton, OH 45817
(419) 358-0250

Town & Country Flowers

121 S. Main St
Bluffton, OH 45817
(419) 358-4040

Bluffton OH News

Jun 14, 2018

'Iris Man' Don Goss has a field of flowers for sale in Fort Wayne

Emma Cook on his typed list. That white one with a bluish purple border came directly from the Bluffton hybridizer’s garden, he said. With her husband, Paul, and then after his death, she created 70 iris hybrids. She died in 1982. Sitting in a chair on his porch, Goss asks customers which irises they want, making out a receipt in return for a check or cash. Customers will have to wait until the third week of June after the iris are done blooming to pick up their bulbs. RELATED STORY: Northeastern Indiana Iris Society plant sale July 30 at Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory -- ...

Jun 14, 2018

Man has a field of flowers for sale in Fort Wayne

Emma Cook on his typed list. That white one with a bluish purple border came directly from the Bluffton hybridizer's garden, he said. With her husband, Paul, and then after his death, she created 70 iris hybrids. She died in 1982. Sitting in a chair on his porch, Goss asks customers which irises they want, making out a receipt in return for a check or cash. Customers will have to wait until the third week of June after the iris are done blooming to pick up their bulbs. ___ Source: The (Fort Wayne) News-Sentinel, https://bit.ly/2J3tiZY ___ Information from: The News-Sentinel, http://www.news-sentinel.com This is an AP-Indiana Exchange story offered by The (Fort Wayne) News-Sentinel.

Jan 19, 2017

Tips for making your indoor and outdoor gardens grow (and thrive)

Do you have any tips on doing this without hurting the original plants? I have an ivy, a Philodendron, and an Arrowhead plant. (Rose H., Bluffton)These plants root readily when started in water, and you can do all the work at the kitchen sink. Fill a pitcher with tap water and let the water sit overnight to dissipate additives such as chlorine. As for the container, glass or plastic bottles will do. The mouth of the container shouldn’t be too narrow or tight-fitting around the cuttings. A bright location out of direct sunlight is best. Use colored bottles if you have them. This will help prevent the growth of algae on the sides of the container and on the surface of the new roots. Algae do not affect plant growth, but many people don’t like the look. You don’t need to use any rooting hormones. The ivy (Hedera helix), Philodendron, and Arrowhead (Syngonium) are all handled the same way. Take four or five cuttings, 6-8 inches long, from each plant and remove the lower three sets of leaves close to the stem. Within a month, new roots should start growing from the nodes where the leaves were removed. After roots are formed, plants can be transferred to small individual pots or grouped together in a larger container. In your last article you wrote about pruning Crape Myrtles and Camellias at this time of the year. I have quite a few Mexican Heather that are now looking a little scraggly and the le... (Island Packet (blog))

Oct 13, 2016

Town & Country Flowers moves to new storefront in downtown Bluffton

BLUFFTON — After finding success at its former location, Town & Country Flowers has moved to a new storefront in downtown Bluffton. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Thursday to celebrate the move, and an open house will take place today and Saturday for customers and community members. The floral shop isn’t moving far, as the new location is only a block-and-a-half from its previous storefront at 121 S. Main St. The new shop is located at 124 N. Main St. Kenny Kruse, co-owner of Town & Country Flowers, said the new storefront has a more centralized location in downtown Bluffton, and a city parking lot located behind the building allows for greater accessibility to the shop. “The store itself is about the same size we had before, but it’s right in the center of town,” Kruse said. “Also, the town has a nice parking lot right behind us so customers can come in the back door as well as the front door.” Kruse said another advantage was they were able to purchase the building as op... (Lima Ohio)

Aug 15, 2016

Town and Country Flowers officially a North Main Street business

Deciding that investing in Bluffton is a great idea, Connie and Ken Kruse have officially moved Town and Country Flowers to its news location at 124 N. Main St. The move took place at the first of the month. The shop is open for business and, according to Connie, the shop is very busy. MORE PHOTOS BELOW The Main Street flower shop owners with their shop previously located for 10 ½ years at 121 S. Main St., purchased the building housing the former Timeless Treasures that was owned by Steve and Jane Shaw. During an earlier interview this summer with The Icon, Connie explained the move this way: “(After renting a building here for over 10 years…) the reason for our move is that we are investing in Bluffton. This is a great community to operate a flower shop. Our customers are very loyal and we think Bluffton is a great place to be.” Town and Country Flowers have four additional locations including Ottawa for 35 years, Lima for 26 years, Columbus Grove for 20 years and Ottoville for 9 years. The business phone numb... (Bluffton Icon)

Jun 22, 2016

Tomato plants defy Babbie's best efforts

My used-to-be next door neighbors Brittie and Raymond Beach had the most marvelous garden. Raymond and many others in Bluffton had the greenest thumb you could imagine. The Beach’s garden was where the parking lot now is for the Oyster Factory Park at the corner of Bridge and Wharf streets. It was an amazing treasure of colors and variety. There were rows of green beans, squash , corn and - my favorite of all - tomatoes. Brittie grew lovely flowers and had baskets of blooming plants and ferns hanging from her garage roof. I used to stop by to visit the couple to purchase some of the plants and was invited into their adorable cottage. Raymond was a very tall handsome man. Brittie was very pretty and always let Raymond talk about gardening and how much he loved it. They had a little blue parakeet that Raymond would let out of its cage so it could fly around the house. The sight of this little tiny bird sitting on Raymond's head and shoulders chirping and twittering was charming. If there had been a movie made of their life in Bluffton, I would have chosen John Wayne and Jane Russell in the leading roles. I have just about thrown in the towel on vegetable gardening. The wonderful thing about my kind neighbors is that if there is an abundance of something edible they have grown or picked, they share it with me. Jean and Doug Corkern brought us a fabulous batch of tomatoes the other day they had just picked at St. Helena. I kept them hidden in the icebox until not long ago when I had the last tomato on whole wheat toast for breakfast. My wonderful “herb fair... (Island Packet)