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Sep 7, 2020

These metro Phoenix florists offer no-contact flower delivery for Mother's Day 2020 - AZCentral

The flower shop also has several plants, candies and novelty items for sale. Details: 2425 E. Apache Blvd., Tempe, AZ. $35 delivery minimum. 480-967-8797, & MorrisonPayne & Morrison, a family-owned Phoenix florist, is offering 10% off Mother's Day flowers until May 1. They offer custom arrangements, as well as a wide assortment of unique designs like flip-flop vases and pink feathers. Details: 7144 N. 35th Ave., Suite A, Phoenix. Arrangements starting at $45, delivery price varies by location. 602-841-1561, Flower FloristsFamily-owned and -operated Cactus Flower Florists is offering Mother's Day delivery of floral arrangements sourced from places such as South America, Europe, California and Arizona. In addition to flowers, the shop also sells wine, cactus gardens, candles and a variety of other gift options. Five locations throughout the Valley in Scottsdale, Phoenix, Glendale, Carefree and Chandler will offer contactless delivery for Mother’s Day. The Scottsdale location will also offer curbside pickup. Details: 10822 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale. Wrapped flowers, gifts and wine starting at $20, delivery fee $17.99. 480-948-1130,

Jun 19, 2020

Lil's Bagels in Covington Hosts Scarlet Begonias Flower Truck Pop-Up - Cincinnati CityBeat

VW vans at flea markets, festivals and numerous Dead shows."At the beginning of 2020, Acri bought a 1950s blue Chevy Apache pick-up and launched head-first into bringing flowers to the community. You can pick your own bouquet or have Acri make one for you from the back of the truck bed.And this weekend you can find Scarlet Begonia's popping up outside of Lil's Bagels.Starting at 9 a.m. on Sunday, June 14, you can get your favorite bagel and schmear — made with chutzpah — and a handmade bouquet. Lil's is serving 8 a.m.-2 p.m.(Speaking from experience, if you want to make sure you get a certain flavor of bagel, place your Lil's order online in advance.)Lil's is located at 308 Greenup St., Covington,

Oct 10, 2019

Mitton: Unique native wildflower prairie smoke resembles Dr. Seuss’ fictional truffula trees - Boulder Daily Camera

Cercocarpus montanus) bears trumpet-style red flowers that flare at the end, with protruding golden stamens and a long, thin style. Both Apache plume (fallugia paradoxa) and cliffrose (Purshia stansburiana) have the simple rose cup of white petals. So, while all four species disperse seeds from flowers that resemble Seuss’ truffula trees, none of the other species could be confused with prairie smoke.

Nov 17, 2017

Delle Donne wedding: Cascading flowers, ensemble changes and moving moments

Clifton and Delle Donne went with family members and friends, even with the officiant.Clifton’s brother Josh read an Apache wedding blessing, telling the brides, “Now you will feel no rain, for each of you will be shelter for the other. Now you will feel no cold, for each of you will be warmth for the other….”Show ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext SlideElena’s brother Gene read “Blessing for a Marriage” by James Dillet Freeman.Erin Cane, Elena’s agent, was the officiant, joking, “They know I’m a closer, and they really wanted to close this deal.”Cane described Elena as Amanda’s anchor, someone who gives her perspective and makes her laugh. And she told Elena that she is safe, cherished and protected with Amanda.One common word about the twosome came up repeatedly: kindness.A wedding reading that’s gained popularity in the past few years are the words of Justice Anthony Kennedy in the Supreme Court ruling recognizing same-sex marriage nationally.Cane read the passage that states: “No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice, and family. In forming a marital union, two people become something greater than once they were. As some of the petitioners in these cases demonstrate, marriage embodies a love that may endure even past death.” .oembed-frame { width: 100%; height: 100%; margin: 0; border: 0; } Details, detailsDJ or band?How do we feel about dress reveals?An... (The News Journal)

Apr 13, 2017

In bloom: Local artist creates one-of-a-kind flowers from feathers

She saves tail and wing feathers to use for other projects, like her spirit wheels. A nod to her Apache heritage, she creates spirit wheels, which resemble dream catchers.   “Somewhere along the line, I inherited that vision,” she said.  Faith has also been a huge part of Mackenzie’s journey, and she creates crosses adorned with art created from nature, symbolism which isn’t lost on her clients.  “God blessed me with eyes to see the beauty in this,” Mackenzie said.  Others can see the unique beauty in her work too. She receives many custom orders, which require one-of-kind detailed work and collaboration with her client and other artists.  Mackenzie uses a variety of vessels for her arrangements, many of them ceramic or glass vases, pots or bowls created by other local artists, and then are filled with feathered flowers and other bits of nature. Cattails and wheat, wispy grasses and shapely leaves accompany her flowers. Her work is usually divided by weeks, she said. She spends a week or so creating flowers and their stems, using wire to make them more malleable, and then storing them until the next week when she creates the vessel.   The arrangements require a different kind of hunting. Mackenzie will go to local craft stores, craft fairs or just go outside to find the perfect accompaniment to the golds, whites and brown within her bouquet.  “It all just kind of comes together,” she said.  Mackenzie has always been working on something. A crafter for many years, she has experimented with macrame, ceramics, painting and much more, a perfect sort of blend for the artwork she does now, although it hasn’t always been easy to get some of the art purists, to respect her work.  “At first it was really hard, people were looking at it as a fine craft, now going into the art world and it’s seen as an art,” Mackenzie said.  Mackenzie has shown her work at various art and craft shows throughout the Denver metro area for years, but it took a visit to some of the shows in Aspen and Crested Butte with a friend to show her that her artwork was just as good.  “I’m there. I had to prove that it is, and that it can be art,” she said.  Brighton has been instrumental to helping Mackenzie find her confidence as an artist. She volunteers at Main Street Creatives gallery and has pieces in City Hall and the Armory.  “I’ve met so many artists here,” Mackenzie said, “and they all create phenomenal, amazing artwork.” Mackenzie wants to give back, and show support and encouragement to other artists, both experienced and novices.  “I try to help and show them that what they are doing is quality,” Mackenzie said. “I want to help them evolve and grow.”  And she still is too. Mackenzie is working on a few custom projects, which is what she loves most. She wants to expand her custom work, which has already included a few weddings and personal pieces. Demand is quite high for her pieces; she seems to always be working on something, although she will never mass-produce her flowers, which are painstakingly glued together using tweezers.  Mackenzie’s work can be found all over Main Street Creatives art gallery in Brighton, the Armory and at various craft and art shows throughout the year.  “I love what I do,” Mackenzie said. “I’m going to keep on doing it.”... (Brighton Standard-Blade)

Mar 16, 2017

Home and Garden: Many spring flowers available now

Deer may occasionally damage cast-iron plant, but most of the time it’s left alone. Navaho and Apache Blackberries – In the past, thornless blackberry fruit could be somewhat lacking in size and/or flavor. Navaho and Apache belong to a new generation of thornless varieties with excellent fruit characteristics. Blackberries are great small fruit options for Eastern N.C., but make sure you are familiar with the ongoing Spotted Wing Drosophila (SWD) issue if you grow them. Visit N.C. State’s SWD website at Pomegranate (Punica granatum) – your plant might or might not produce fruit from one year to the next, but the flowers alone are worth the effort. A unique and lovely plant that deserves wider use in Eastern N.C. Dwarf selections are also available. The Craven County Extension office will present a warm season turf management program on Saturday, March 18, 10:30 a.m. at the Craven County Agricultural Building. At 9 a.m. that same morning, Master Gardener volunteers will lead a plant selection tour on the grounds. This event is free and open to the public, and no preregistration is required. (New Bern Sun Journal)