Florists in Baden, PA
Find local Baden, Pennsylvania florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Baden and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
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Apr 20, 2018
Queen Victoria and the Orange Blossom Flower
Sent to me by dear Albert from Wiesbaden, Novr. 1839”.Queen Victoria loved the jewellery suite and usually wore some of it on subsequent wedding anniversaries.Orange trees have long been a feature within royal gardens, not least at Versailles, where their fragrance was adored by Louis XIV. Queen Anne’s orange trees had been intended to winter in the Orangery at Kensington Palace – Queen Victoria’s birthplace – but instead, the Orangery became a more popular choice for balls and court entertainments, during her reign. The Orangery at Hampton Court Palace is still used today, to house the beloved orange trees of William III, England’s joint monarch from the House of Orange.©Elizabeth Jane Timms, 2018... (Royal Central (blog))Nov 18, 2016
7 Houseplants That Thrive Near West-Facing Windows
Caution: Geranium, azalea, cape jasmine, hibiscus and shamrock are toxic if ingested.
3. Aloe Vera
Succulent sun lover. Aloe vera is probably best-known for its healing sap, but it also is a fine choice as a houseplant. Its strappy leaves look at home in almost any setting, but it particularly shines in contemporary or rustic spaces. It’s also easy to grow and can handle some neglect.
For the best results, plant it in a well-draining cactus mix and provide regular water from spring through fall, letting the pot drain thoroughly after you water and allowing the mix to dry out to about a half-inch from the top before watering again. Cut back on water almost completely in winter, watering sparingly about once a month.
An aloe is fine with regular home temperatures and humidity levels, but keep it... (Fox News)Nov 27, 2015
Dawn Ahner of Ahner Florist in Lebanon offers tips for decorating Christmas trees
One of the holiday jobs Dawn Ahner, owner of Ahner Florist in downtown Lebanon and New Baden, undertakes is decorating Christmas trees. News-Democrat
For her workshop, Dawn started with a 7 1/2-foot slim Christmas tree. Her first thing to do: String the lights, pushing them gently into the tree and always starting at the base. News-Democrat
Next to the tree were baskets of ornaments and decorations she would use to show customers how to decorate a tree. News-Democrat
Dawn used two kinds of ribbon, starting with a 4-inch-wide green band that she wound around the tree, fluffing and bend to create soft lines among the branches. She followed with a sheer 2.5-inch-wide ribbon of the same color that she layered on top of the first ribbon. News-Democrat
Glittery silver ribbon was next added to the tree, again weaving in and out of the branches. News-Democrat
Because the tree would eventually be set up in the pantry area of her shop in downtown Lebanon, Dawn added a giant fork and spoon to the top of the tree. News-Democrat
“Snow”-covered berry sprays were added to “give some dimension” and width to the narrow tree. News-Democrat
Keeping with the silver theme, Dawn scattered star ornaments with pearls at their center. One of her goals was to balance the number of ornaments on the tree with heavier ornaments on or near the bottom... (Belleville News-Democrat)Oct 12, 2015
The Conversation: KC's Luther Florist has spent more than a century serving ...
Bonnie Luther-Hayes is the fourth-generation owner of Luther Florist. Her great-grandfather, August Luther, an immigrant from Baden-Baden, Germany, opened the store at 27th Street and College in 1912.
In 2012, Luther Florist won a nationwide contest that resulted in FTD flying in a designer to give the century-old inner city store a makeover. Hayes says FTD was impressed by the store’s history as well as its original tile work, refrigerated display case and cash register.
The makeover preserved those original elements while changing the interior paint from yellow to gray, which makes the colors of flowers and exotic houseplants pop, and spiffing up the front window display area and signage. This conversation took place at the shop.
Q: Who are your customers?
A: We definitely serve the inner city, but we’ve got a lot of third-generation customers that live all over the metropolitan area. They know us from when their parents and grandparents lived around here, and they have stuck with us.
Q: What percentage of your business is walk-in?
A: Very little. Most people nowadays place orders by phone and we deliver.
Q... (Kansas City Star)Jun 8, 2015
Ahner Receives Gifts from Racing Legend
Receives Gifts from Racing Legend
obert Miley of Mascoutah (left) and his step-son Donald Urban of Indiana (right) present Grant Ahner of New Baden with gifts signed by race car legend Don Walsh Jr., one of Grant's favorite drivers. They are standing in front of Miley's pride and joy, a 2015 Ford Mustang. Urban works for Precision Turbo and Engine in Indiana who sponsors Walsh. HERALD/Pamela Rensing
Ahner Receives Gifts from Racing Legend
By Pamela Rensingccn@heraldpubs.comIt began as a simple inquiry. Mascoutah Elementary fourth grade teacher Gail Frey asked Deanna Miley of Mascoutah about her son, Donald Urban who was a former MES student. Urban works at Precision Turbo and Engine in Hebron, IN, and was recently visiting his mother Deanna and step-father, Robert, while attending races at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison. Urban is also a former football player/student of Mascoutah High School.Frey is first cousins with Ted Ahner of New Baden. He and his wife, Dawn, have a 17-year-old son who was born with Cerebral Palsy. Frey told Miley about Grant's passion for the sport of racing and asked if Urban could possibly get Grant... (Herald Pubs)