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Mar 19, 2020

Philadelphia florists give away 2,000 flowers from events canceled due to coronavirus - The Philadelphia Inquirer

Santa Claus. Like many small business owners, Robinson, 39, owner of DFW Event Design in Bensalem, and Fabrizio, 34, owner of Fabufloras in Center City, have been hit hard by the cancellations and closures. But instead of letting it keep them down, they wanted to bring others up. So they reached out to their wholesalers to ask if they’d be willing to donate the unused flowers. The women also contacted six decorators to help them create stunning arrangements for the park on site. The first truck of flowers arrived shortly after 11 a.m., with the next one close behind. Bouquets of free flowers for passersby were placed in buckets just outside of the square, while Fabrizio and Robinson laid out a tarp inside the park, where they set up the flowers for decorating. Everyone did their best to practice social distancing. Steve Pepper, 66, a resident of the neighborhood, was on a video call with his daughter when he stumbled upon the giveaway. He turned his phone to the flowers for her to see. “This is a beautiful gesture and a pleasant surprise," he said. “I might as well indulge.” Kayleigh O’Keeffe, 29, who lives near the square, picked up a bouquet of magenta flowers. She wasn’t sure what kind they were, but it didn’t really matter. Amid a dark news cycle, she found light in those flowers. Still, she couldn’t help but think of whom they were originally intended for. “These are the most bittersweet flowers,” O’Keeffe said. Postal worker Dee Burney of Southwest Philly was walking her route when som...

Oct 19, 2017

Florist, area business owners and Yardley police hand out roses Wednesday to 'Petal It Forward'

Suzette Somershoe as she was leaving Wawa on South Main Street and gave her two roses."I think it's pretty nifty," Somershoe, a Bensalem resident, said. "It is the first time I have seen this."She said she planned to bring the second rose to a loved one who is not feeling well."It is good because someone always needs a smile," Somershoe said.Terri Dzelzgalvis, of Lower Makefield, saw the benefits of the Petal It Forward campaign last year when she received some flowers from the florist and then gave one of the roses to a cancer patient. Dzelzgalvis ran into Gorka and Centofanti outside Wawa and gladly took the roses again this year, with plans to give one of them to a person who is experiencing serious health issues."I will definitely petal it forward," she said. "I have lots of people whom I can petal it forward to."Gorka said it is especially nice to see the roses bring great joy to the men who receive them. That was the case for Matt Mazzitelli, who was caught by surprise inside Wawa when Gorka handed him the orange and white roses."I think it's a pretty neat idea," the Lower Makefield resident said. "It's a nice gesture halfway through the week. They are beautiful."The florist did a second round of handing out roses with Yardley police Officer David Ramos on Wednesday afternoon. The business also encouraged their regular customers through an email blast to stop by the shop to pick up a free rose.Gorka said she finds great joy in simply handing out the flowers."I love it," she said. "It is the best job in the world. People are always happy to see you when you give them a flower."Yardley police officer David Ramos hands out free roses to Cheryl Primola, center, and Farrah Seidler as he makes his way around Yardley Borough on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2017. The officer helped the Ye Olde Yardley Florist give out 500 free roses as part of the Petal It Forward program, a nationwide effort that encourages happiness through giving and receiving flowers. [Kim Weimer / staff photojournalist]Letter carrier Annette Estevez, left, holds two roses she got from Noreen Gorka, right, with the Ye Olde Yardley Florist, as she delivers mail in Yardley on Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017. Ye Olde Yardley Florist gave out 500 free roses as part of the Petal It Forward program, a nationwide effort that encourages happiness through giving and receiving flowers. [Kim Weimer / staff photojournalist]Yardley police officer David Ramos hands out free roses to Helena Sims as he makes his way around Yardley on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2017. The officer helped Ye Olde Yardley Florist give out 500 free roses as part of the Petal It Forward program, a nationwide effort that encourages happiness through giving and receiving flowers. [Kim Weimer / staff photojournalist]Enjoying our content? Become a Bucks County Courier Times subscriber to support stories like these. Get full access to our signature journalism for just 44 cents a day./st... (Bucks County Courier Times)

Mar 30, 2017

Philadelphia Flower Show blooms with colors and crowds

Just minutes after the doors opened, Katie Duncan, of Bensalem, stood beneath thousands of bouquets of dried flowers hanging from the ceiling — all painted in rows of different colors. Techno music pulsed as lights above the flowers flickered, showcasing the manmade exhibit that was one of the show's big attention-grabbers.“It’s raining flowers," she said. "They really brought this show into the 21st century,” said Duncan, her head slowly turning to take in all the colors. “The installations are artistic too, not just the flowers.”The hanging exhibit was intended to visually depict Holland's seemingly endless fields of tulips. Shirley Flick's gaze was fixed on the rows of flower clusters hanging from the ceiling. Flick, of Souderton, who has been attending the show for 42 years, inhaled the sweet scents that reminded her of spring.“After being cooped in all weekend, you are reminded that this is the time to get out, to smell and feel. You can’t help but not like it.”Debbie Mason, of Evesham, New Jersey, said the flowers give her feeling of being outside and closer to nature. Walking under a replica of a historic bridge was a bonus.“It was so peaceful and inviting,” she said.The vibrant colors of the flowers impressed Gail Celino, of Southampton, New Jersey. She said the tens of thousands of flowers filling the convention center offer a great escape into nature.“Most of us live outside of nature, yet it feels so good to be in it,” she said. Her friend, Pat Osman, of Delran, New Jersey, agreed that the flowers — especially the ones hanging from the ceiling — offer “peace and tranquility” that is not part of everyday life.Robert Bennett, of Northampton, marveled at both the natural beauty and also the man-made structures — created by artists.“I can’t help but appreciate all the work it took to build these things,” said Bennett, just a few feet from a bridge created almost entirely from orange bike parts. “There is so much that catches your eye.”His wife, Linda Bennett, agreed. “It’s such a beautiful contrast to what is outside,” she said.Enjoying our content? Become a Bucks County Courier Times subscriber to support stories like these. Get full access to our signature journalism for just 33 cents a day.#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }... (Bucks County Courier Times)

Mar 23, 2017

Model trains a moving display at Philadelphia Flower Show

Robert Pawlowski, 8, and his brother, Brandon, 17 months, of Bensalem, eyed the train layout with interest."It moves, it has a fountain and a trolley," Robert said, trying to explain why he liked the display so much. Though Brandon was too young to express himself, his mom said she could tell he was really interested in the trains as well.Pint-size Lillian Huynh, 18 months, of Havertown, Delaware County, excitedly told her mother, Angela, every time she saw a choo-choo come into view. This year, Amtrak sponsored the train display, themed "Holland in Your Backyard." It has attracted the young and not-so-young alike. The layout includes a small town along a canal, a Heineken brewery, farms in the countryside and windmills. An Amtrak model train and model European trains, as well as a trolley, travel through the scenery, which has flowers and plants as well.  Bob Szwajkos, of Newtown Borough, said many members of the society, himself included, have their own (model) railroads in their backyards. "I have a waterfall and stream," he said. "I've been running trains my whole life.""The Railway Garden has been extremely popular since it debuted at the flower show last year," said Alan Jaffe, spokesman for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, which sponsors the flower show. "Kids, model railroad buffs and everyone else stops by and follows... (The Intelligencer)

Sep 14, 2016

The Law Offices of Howard G. Smith Announces the Filing of a Securities Class Action on Behalf of Flowers Foods, Inc ...

BENSALEM, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Law Offices of Howard G. Smith announces that a class action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of investors who purchased Flowers Foods, Inc. (“Flowers Foods” or the “Company”) (NYSE: FLO) securities between February 7, 2013, and August 10, 2016. Flowers Foods investors have until October 11, 2016 to ask the Court to appoint you as lead plaintiff if you meet certain legal requirements. Investors suffering losses on their Flowers Foods investments are encouraged to contact the Law Offices of Howard G. Smith to discuss their legal rights in this class action at 888-638-4847 or by email to howardsmith@howardsmithlaw.com. The complaint charges Flowers Foods and certain of its officers with violations of the federal securities laws. Specifically, the complaint alleges that Defendants made false and/or misleading statements and/or failed to disclose: (1) that the C... (Yahoo Sports)

Aug 29, 2016

Trevose flower show to have seashore theme

Friday from 4 to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at St. Ephrem Catholic Church, 5400 Hulmeville Road, Bensalem.   This year's theme "Surf's Up" is expressed throughout the Artistic Design Division. A National Garden Club (NGC) two-place functional table design style, "Beach Blanket Bingo," is displayed on the floor, while the creative design "Pipeline" is staged on a pedestal and suggests a dynamic interpretation. Submerged plant material becomes the note in a NGC Underwater design style titled "Message in a Bottle." In a NGC still life, "Beach Comber" features the relationship of shapes, forms and colors of found beach objects to each other. "California Sun," for novices only, encourages less experienced arrangers to express themselves with a color-dominate theme. The 5-inch miniature "Hook, Line and Sinker," displayed in a niche, challenges the designer to think big with small components. In the artistic craft class, "Surfin' Bird," the entrant must depict a shore bird using all natural plant material displayed within a shadow box. The horticultural schedule offers a variety of competitive classes for area green-thumbs, ... (Bucks County Courier Times)