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Polk's Petals

Order flowers and gifts from Polk's Petals located in Cincinnati OH for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 1809 West Galbraith Road, Cincinnati Ohio 45239 Zip. The phone number is (513) 931-0091. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Polk's Petals in Cincinnati OH. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Polk's Petals delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Feb 9, 2017

State of the Hogs: Father recounts Trey Flowers' rise from lightly-recruited to Super Bowl starter

F. He was missing on travel weeks. “The plan when he went to school was to get a significant degree. He had an older brother go to Cincinnati for basketball and they put athletes in a cookie-cutter program, criminal justice; not significant. Trey was not going for that, coming out of high school with no Bs on his card. “But engineering and football are tough together. With football taking off for him, I told him maybe a switch to economics would work out better.” Flowers finished the economics degree in three-and-a-half years, making the SEC honor roll throughout. Nothing Trey does surprises his father. He's always had high expectations for his son, one of 10 children. “The NFL? It's nice, but I always thought that's where he'd be,” Robert Flowers said. “He said that's what he was going to be when he played peewee ball. He was goin... (WholeHogSports)

Jan 5, 2017

Attend the 2017 Plants of Distinction and beat the winter doldrums

Chicago Botanic Gardens in Glencoe, Illinois; Steve Foltz, director of horticulture at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens in Cincinnati, Ohio; and Paul Pfiefer, managing director of the MSU Hidden Lake Gardens in Tipton, Michigan. Bunting will offer two presentations. The first will focus on ornamental vines, highly versatile plants that happily cover a trellis, gazebo, fence or rock pile, or ramble along as a ground cover. Bunting will also discuss support structures and cultural requirements of each type of vine to ensure their success in the landscape. In a separate talk, he’ll share how to combine a passion for plants with landscape design to “put it all together” while being mindful of planting the right plant in the right place. This presentation will features Bunting’s one-third acre garden, Belvidere, as an example of how to create a dynamic home garden from early design decisions, major renovations, and trials and tribulations of plant choices. Featured in “This Old House” and Wall Street Journal, Belvidere will provide inspiration for all corners of a garden. Foltz will also provide two presentations with the first highlighting top-notch bulbs and annual flowers to create color spots and high impact displays in large and small gardens. Participants will learn about annuals that not only pack a lot of “punch” in the landscape, but also attract pollinators, monarchs and other beneficial insects. Foltz will also share his favorite “must-have” plants, which have “passed the muster” for their exceptional ornamental quality, cultural adaptability, winter hardiness and pest resistance. His fun and inspiring presentation is bound to create plant lust and increase your list of coveted plants. Conifer connoisseur, Pfiefer, will... (Michigan State University Extension)

Dec 22, 2016

Flowers Continues Emergence In Week 15

Brett Goode, LS Green Bay Packers Started at LS at Chicago; 10 plays (34%) Cobi Hamilton, WR Pittsburgh Steelers 1 catch on 2 targets for 21 yards at Cincinnati; 18 snaps (24%) Hunter Henry, TE San Diego Chargers 3 catches on 4 targers for 37 yards and 1 touchdown vs. Oakland; Tied for first among all TE's in TD catches (7). Denver Kirkland, OL Oakland Raiders Inactive at San Diego Ryan Mallett, QB Baltimore Ravens Did not play vs. Philadelphia Darren McFadden, RB Dallas Cowboys 3 carries for 10 yards vs. Tampa Bay; Made 2016 debut Jason Peters, OT Philadelphia Eagles Started at LT at Baltimore; 87 snaps (100%) tr class=... (Arkansas Razorbacks)

Nov 3, 2016

`Rebuild' of DuBose memorial Thursday evening

Ray Tensing with murder. Jordan Kellogg SHOOTING DEATH OF SAMUEL DUBOSESamuel DuBose shooting with subtitles 2:03 University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing's body camera video, with subtitles, from the traffic stop and fatal shooting of Samuel DuBose which led to murder charges against Tensing The Enquirer/Glenn Hartong SHOOTING DEATH OF SAMUEL DUBOSESynchronized view of UC police body cameras 10:11 A synchronized view of three University of Cincinnati police officer's body cameras during the shooting of Samuel DuBose and the response and discussion afterwards. The Enquirer/Glenn Hartong img src=" (

Oct 21, 2016

Columbus Marathon | Columbus native Anne Flower wins duel in women's race

Columbus Marathon website Flower is a Columbus native who participated in, and won, her first marathon at the Flying Pig Marathon in Cincinnati in May. She is a fourth-year medical student who did her pediatric rotations at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. She said that the added motivation of having patients stationed at each mile was a huge boost for her. “The patient champions at every mile were great,” Flower said. “It’s really hard to slow down when you have patient champions cheering you on.” Flower said that she had no expectation of winning, especially with Kangogo was on her shoulder throughout most of the race. But she said the feeling when she crossed the finish line was “ amazing.” An increase in temperature began affecting times as the race crept into its second and third hours, but one person who wasn’t sweating the heat was Fikadu Girma Teteri, who was the overall winner in 2:14:39. His average pace of 5:09 per mile was only slighty slower than the top finishers in the half marathon. Teteri finished 6:28 ahead of second-place finisher Chris Lemon of Dayton, which spoke to Teteri’s preparation and endurance throughout the race. Teteri, who hails from Ethiopia, said through a translator that although the weather wasn’t ideal, he was happy to finish where he did. The finishers of the half marathon provided plenty of drama as well, with the top three male finishers all within 18 seconds of each other. Kimutai Cheruiyot of Kenya was the first to cross the finish line with a time of 1:03:04, about 19 seconds slower than the time it took for him to win this half marathon last year. He said that he likes the Columbus course and came out Sunday morning with the intent to finish first once again. “This course (is) fantastic,” he said. “Last year I win and I came to de... (Columbus Dispatch)

Sep 28, 2016

Graves: Don't dump your wedding flowers, ReBloom them

Buy Photo Cathleen Fagan hands Terri Wellman a wedding centerpiece on the loading dock of the Cincinnati Art Museum. Fagan and Wellman are volunteers with ReBloom, an organization in partnership with Robin Wood Flowers that re-purposes donated flowers after weddings and delivers them to hospital patients and other nonprofit organizations in Greater Cincinnati.(Photo: The Enquirer/Meg Vogel)Buy Photo Chris Graves is The Enquirer’s local columnist. You can reach her at or follow her on Twitter @chrisgraves. American botanist Luther Burbank once said flowers make people happier and more helpful. They are sunshine, he said, as well as food and medicine for the soul. Marilyn Johnson Aardema might just be the personification of that. The retired Procter & Gamble scientist took early retirement seven years ago at the very young age of 50 to do, well, what so many of us only dream of. She wanted to do something completely different without having to do it. She wished to bring joy to others. Her other requirement: Have a blast and be surrounded by beauty. And,... (


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