Florists in Uniontown, OH
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Uniontown Flower Shops
3875 Massillon Rd
Uniontown, OH 44685
13113 Cleveland Ave
Uniontown, OH 44685
Uniontown OH News
Jul 6, 2018
10 best places to see Pa.'s mountain laurel in full bloom
Laurel Highlands are a good option as well, according to Bier, including: Skyline Drive, which runs along the spine of Chestnut Ridge just east of Uniontown and south of Rt. 40 starting at the Summit Inn.
Bier also suggests a trip to Mount Davis , Somerset County, "another winner for this wildflower, and given that we are approach the end of the peak of its bloom, going to this highest point in the state will provide a good chance to still catch fresh flowers in a cooler habitat."
Wolf Rocks , Forbes State Forest, is a little side stop near Mt. Davis.
Edward Callahan, district forester with the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources suggests:
Quebec Run Wild Area , Forbes State Forest, Hess and Tebolt trails.
Laurel Mountain Trail System , Wolf Rocks, Summit and Fish Run trails in Forbes State Forest.
Laurel Ridge State Park, Cambria, Fayette, Somerset, and Westmoreland counties.
Ohiopyle State Park, Ferncliff Peninsula .
The Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau recommends many of the same areas already mentioned earlier in the article, but they added Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural masterpiece Fallingwater , which is in the Bear Run Nature Reserve, which was one of Bier's picks.
Mary Ann Thomas is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-226-4691, email@example.com or via Twitter @MaThomas_Trib.
... Mar 11, 2016
Phipps' Spring Flower Show brings art to life
Ulmer, of Uniontown, says it's fitting that visitors begin their tour at the welcome center, where “Flowers” (1964), a familiar painting by Pittsburgh artist Andy Warhol, will greet them. A green wall planted with kalanchoe, a tropical succulent, and liriope, a groundcover, represents the painting.
Then it's on to the Palm Court, where they must pass through an oversized picture frame to enter and find Edmund Leighton's painting “Lady in a Garden” (date unknown). Melino says the focal point of the impressionist painter's work and the room is a woman in a long, white dress.
“We started making a dress form into a topiary frame,” she says. “The top of her dress was planted in succulents and the bottom is made of cascading white orchids.” Plantings include pink and red snapdragons.
For Ulmer, the Palm Court was the most challenging of her room assignments. The large space made it difficult to depict the English garden in summer featured in the painting, and various seasonal flowers in matching shades had to substitute for summer varieties.
The East Room was easier, she says, because hundreds of orange, red, yellow and white tulips were readily available for the landscape, Monet's “A Field of Tulips in Holland” (1886), which also includes a windmill, as does the room.
The South Conservatory, with its Japanese foot bridge over a pond and water lilies, azaleas, grasses and flowering bulbs, corresponds with Monet's famous oil painting, “The Japanese Footbridge and the Water Lily Pool” (1899). In the Victoria Room, a rowboat is docked in an existing pool for “The Boating Party” (1893-93) by Mary Cassatt, a second Pittsburgh artist featured in the show. Representing the blue sea in the painting are scilla, muscari and hyacinths.
One room that is generating enthusiasm from design team members is the Serpentine Room; Melino says its curves and undulations made it a good choice to represent van Gogh's 1889 oil on canvas “Starry Night.” Swirls of forget-me-nots, delphiniums and primula are used to re-create the blue sky in the painting.
“The most exciting thing about (designer Phil Cole's) interpretation is that when van Gogh designed his painting, he was in an insane asylum. It's interesting how the painting was conceptualized,” Ulmer says.
Other paintings featured in the display are “The Ballet Class” (1871-74) by Degas in the Sunken Garden and “The Kiss” (1907-08) by Klimt in the Broderie Room.
Ulmer says working to crea... (Tribune-Review)Dec 30, 2015
Divisions I and II AP All-Ohio teams
Roman Moreno (Hudson) 6-1, 210, sr.; Zach Rodman (Mayfield), 6-2, 260, sr. 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)