Petals 'n Pots (Kitchener), Inc.
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Petals 'n Pots (Kitchener), Inc.
725 Ottawa St. S
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Sep 10, 2018
Flowers over followers at St. Agatha farm
Chase Banger, CTV Kitchener</span>
Published Friday, August 17, 2018 2:54PM EDT
Last Updated Friday, August 17, 2018 6:06PM EDT
Theresa Schumilas grew organic vegetables for three decades.
As a retirement project, she decided to head in a new direction, and began growing what she calls ‘free-range' flowers.
The result was Garden Party Flower Farm, a four-acre farm in St. Agatha that specializes in wholesale flowers to florists, weddings and other such events.
Garden Party has a twist, however.
Enjoying nature as you'd find it
On weekends, from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., it opens to the public for a one-of-a-kind pick-your-own flower experience.
"I think people are craving to be in nature, not in nature that's manicured or controlled, but in nature as you would find it," Schumilas said.
While she ackn... Jul 6, 2018
Flowers in the boulevards, parties in the street
KITCHENER - The city's neighbourhood strategy is beginning to take shape, as city councillors approved new programs to make it easier for people to plant in boulevards and get approvals for street parties.
Both of the changes are part of the city's new neighbourhood strategy, which aims to make it easier for residents to carry out neighbourhood projects and events.
This week, council gave the green light to a new bylaw that would allow residents to put plants in the city-owned boulevard between the street and the sidewalk. When the city was crafting its neighbourhood strategy, a number of people said they wanted to be able to garden in the boulevard, which isn't currently allowed.
There's probably at least 50 instances across the city where people have already planted the boulevard, said Gloria MacNeil, Kitchener's director of bylaw enforcement. "This is something that we've seen an increase in over the past few years, which is why we felt it was important to pu... Feb 2, 2016
Gardeners gather in winter to plant seeds of dreams
Grobe Nursery. With digital images he showed some of the impressive gardens he has designed, then moved on to the development of his own garden in Kitchener. Starting from an unkempt backward he showed how he had to remove undesirable plants then add plant trees and shrubs to build privacy. Meanwhile, like many of us, he found ways to accommodate sand boxes and swing sets for young children as he gradually created his family's private sanctuary, now a place of beauty with room for tomatoes.
He followed this with a review of trees and shrubs to look for this coming spring. Too many to cover, but a few in particular caught the audience's attention. Gladiator crabapple, a practically disease free variety will be in demand, as will a rare magnolia called Genie. It has dark maroon blooms and the potential to bloom in spring and again in summer. Fruit trees are also in demand thanks to an increased interest in growing your own. A recent introduction is horticultural Seaberry, also known as sea buckthorn. It's an ornamental shrub with edible berries — a little on the tart side but well-suited to juices and jams.
We all left with copious notes of ideas and new plants to seek out, and hopes for another 25 years of winter dreams.
(Waterloo Record)Nov 4, 2015
Floral arrangements to help people celebrate...
In fact, Hearts & Flowers at Westmount makes deliveries in the Kitchener-Waterloo region three times each day to ensure that it meets the needs of its customers. In addition to flowers, the store also sells a fantastic selection of plants and gift baskets that include chocolates, candy and gourmet food such as cheese, crackers, nuts and smoked salmon. Whatever the occasion, Hearts & Flowers at Westmount has the perfect gift.
People in Waterloo, Ontario, and the surrounding region who want to celebrate autumn with flowers should pay a visit to Hearts & Flowers at Westmount. They specialize in seasonal bouquets and floral arrangements. To learn more about Hearts & Flowers at Westmount, please contact the store directly by telephone at 1-888-569-0707 or 519-886-6410, visit their store in person at 50 Westmount Road North in Waterloo, or check out their website at www.heartsandflowersatwestmount.com
... (Waterloo Record)
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