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Ken's Flower Shops

Order flowers and gifts from Ken's Flower Shops located in Perrysburg OH for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 140-W. S. Boundary St, Perrysburg Ohio 43551 Zip. The phone number is (419) 874-1333. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Ken's Flower Shops in Perrysburg OH. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Ken's Flower Shops delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Ken's Flower Shops
Address:
140-W. S. Boundary St
City:
Perrysburg
State:
Ohio
Zip Code:
43551
Phone number:
(419) 874-1333
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Find Ken's Flower Shops directions to 140-W. S. Boundary St in Perrysburg, OH (Zip 43551 ) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 41.544819, -83.622436 respectively.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Apr 22, 2016

Angela Rose Thompson (1938-2016): Point Place florist got start as a sixth grader

The family suggests tributes to Boy Scouts of America, Erie Shores Council, Sylvania, or the American Cancer Society northwest regional office in Perrysburg. Contact Mark Zaborney at: mzaborney@theblade.com or 419-724-6182. (Toledo Blade)

Feb 3, 2016

WNY Weather History

Southern Tier: Springwater 13"; Strykersville 12"; Colden 9", Arkwright 8"; and Perrysburg 7". January 14 1950: Gusty winds injured 8 people with gusts up to 50mph at times across the area. 1992: Damaging wind gusts hit Western New York: 59 mph at Elmira, 46 mph at Dunkirk, and 45 mph at Buffalo. January 15 1999: Low pressure brought heavy, wet snow combined and freezing rain across the Southern Tier and several counties were declared disaster areas by the State and Federal government. January 16 1999: Record snowfall of four to six feet across the region put a strain on buildings and roof collapses and entire structure failures happened including a portion of the roof of Frontier Bowling Lanes in Lewiston caving in, and a man was injured when a garage collapsed on him in Orchard Park. January 17 1952: Thunderstorms and very warm temperatures recorded. Lightning damage, local flooding, and a record high temperature of 56 degrees happened. January 18 1965: More than two feet of snow off Lake Erie from North Tonawanda to Lockport. 1986: Warm temperatures in the 50s and a melting snowpack ca... (WGRZ.com)

Dec 30, 2015

Divisions I and II AP All-Ohio teams

Linebackers: Ethan Tucky (Delaware) 6-3, 230, sr.; Clay Shreve (Uniontown Lake) 6-2, 225, sr.; Vince Primer (Madison) 6-3, 210, sr.; Chaz Westfall (Perrysburg) 6-4, 250, sr.; Jaylin Thomas (Lima Senior) 6-2, 210, sr. Backs: Davionn Johnson (St. Charles) 5-11, 170, jr.; Jatairis Grant (Akron Garfield) 6-1, 185, sr.; Chase Rowe (Riverside Stebbins) 6-0, 175, sr.; London Pearson (Licking Heights) 6-0, 180, sr. Punter: Gavin Blunt (Aurora) 6-1, 185, so. Offensive players of the year: Larkin, Sims. Defensive player of the year: Westfall. Coach of the year: Keith Wakefield (Massillon Perry) Second team offense — Ends: Trevon Richardson (Kent Roosevelt) 5-8, 170, sr.; Nate Davis (Mount Vernon) 5-9, 165, sr.; Rocky James (Xenia) 6-2, 175, sr. Linemen: Terek Zingale (Nordonia) 6-7, 295, sr.; Sam Gerak (Avon) 6-4, 285, jr.; Tyler Strebel (Grafton Midview) 6-0, 253, sr.; Adam Gregoire (Massillon Perry) 6-5, 295, sr.; Matt Carrick (Massillon Perry) 6-4, 295, jr. Quarterbacks: Dustin Crum (Midview) 6-3, 205, jr.; Darius Gordon (Lima Senior) 6-2, 180, sr.; Lynn Bowden (Warren Harding) 6-1, 190, jr. Backs: Jaden Walker (Lima Senior) 6-2, 180, sr.; Daniel Weinerman (Wadsworth) 5-9, 192, sr.; Nick Brooks (Madison) 5-9, 165, sr.; Brian Benson (Mansfield Senior) 5-7, 170, jr.; JaQuan Hardy (Westlake) 5-10, 205, sr. Kicker: Cory Barnett (Teays Valley) 6-1, 175, sr.; Rickey Castrigano (Olmsted Falls) 5-9, 155, jr. Second team defense — Linemen: Tyler Sycz (North Ridgeville) 6-1, 215, so.; Arman Samouk (Copley) 6-0, 270, sr.; Antonio Shelton (Westerville North) 6-3, 275, sr. Linebackers: Jordan Scott (Marion Harding) 6-3, 230, sr.; Bubba Arslanian (Aurora) 5-11, 190, jr.; Nic Martin (Vandalia-Butler) 6-2, 230, sr.; Mario Graziani (Boardman) 5-9, 170, sr.; Todd Hastings (Amherst-Steele) 6-2, 220, sr.; Jared Dorsa (Kings Mills Kings) 6-2, 225, sr. Backs: Nick Law (Madison) 5-11, 180,... (ThisWeekNews)

Dec 4, 2015

Flowers, Thomas named first team all-state

LaSalle’s Jeremy Larkin and Massillon Perry’s Keishaun Sims. The Division II state defensive player of the year was Perrysburg’s Chaz Westfall. The Division II state coach of the year was Massillon Perry’s Keith Wakefield. In Division I, the offensive player of the year in the state was Stow-Munroe Falls’ Jayson Gobble. The defensive player of the year was Lakewood St. Edward’s Michael O’Malley. The Division I state coach of the year was Euclid’s Jeff Rotsky. Lima Senior’s Ruben Flowers looks for running room against Toledo Whitmer early in the year at Spartan Stadium. Flowers was named first team all-state on Monday. RICHARD PARRISH / The Lima News ... (Lima Ohio)

Nov 1, 2015

How to decorate with flowers beyond the average bouquet in a vase

Rutt • Arrange moss in a favorite dish. — Lia Colapietro, Lia Colapietro Floral, Perrysburg, Ohio • “My mantel at home is a constantly changing collection of whatever catches my eye outdoors,” Colapietro says. “Currently, there are dried air plants and dramatic lengths of sweet autumn clematis. Once I’ve enjoyed them, they’re composted or pitched.” • Gather grapevines and twist them into a ring. Glue or wire lichens, seedpods and bark to the ring. — Colapietro • Glue succulents, grasses, seedpods and herbs to driftwood. (Try cold floral glue by Oasis.) If it’s spritzed weekly, it will last a long time. — Weeks, European Floral Design, Portland, Ore. • Tie eucalyptus stems together and hang them upside down from a nail or hook in the shower. Its aroma will fill the bathroom. — Jordana Masi, White Oak Flower Co. and Toronto Flower Market • Press flowers or leaves between planks of wood for a day or two. Put the pressed item on white paper and behind glass in an antique picture frame. — Masi • Shake the soil off orchids or staghorn ferns and hang them on the wall or attached to a vintage plate. — Jody Costello, J. Costello Designs, Royal Oak, Mich. • Mount staghorn fern on a wooden wall plaque for a look that’s modern and architectural. Mist it occasionally. — Costello • String flowers through macrame; hang with wire, as you would a picture. — Martha DeFlorio, Made Floral, Northville, Mich. • Try drying the ball-shaped flower called Billy Ball (craspedia), which “looks like it belongs in a science project,” DeFlorio says. “I also like the way carnations dry; they’re underestimated. They shrink in size but stay as a good dry flower.” Rebecca Powers is a Detroit-based freelance writer. She can be found at www.rebeccapowers.com.

Oct 28, 2015

This abandoned house was filled with thousands of flowers

Rutt • Arrange moss in a favorite dish. — Lia Colapietro, Lia Colapietro Floral, Perrysburg, Ohio • “My mantel at home is a constantly changing collection of whatever catches my eye outdoors,” Colapietro says. “Currently, there are dried air plants and dramatic lengths of sweet autumn clematis. Once I’ve enjoyed them, they’re composted or pitched.” • Gather grapevines and twist them into a ring. Glue or wire lichens, seedpods and bark to the ring. — Colapietro • Glue succulents, grasses, seedpods and herbs to driftwood. (Try cold floral glue by Oasis.) If it’s spritzed weekly, it will last a long time. — Weeks, European Floral Design, Portland, Ore. • Tie eucalyptus stems together and hang them upside down from a nail or hook in the shower. Its aroma will fill the bathroom. — Jordana Masi, White Oak Flower Co. and Toronto Flower Market • Press flowers or leaves between planks of wood fo...

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