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Flowers

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Roses

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Florists in Burnham, PA

Find local Burnham, Pennsylvania florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Burnham 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.

Burnham Flower Shops

Deihls' Flowers, Inc.

1 Parkview Ter
Burnham, PA 17009
(717) 248-7843

Burnham PA News

Dec 8, 2016

Arbor Day celebration leaves impression on Kennedy Middle students

Friday as part of the city’s annual Arbor Day program at Kennedy Middle School. Jones, with help from teacher Sarah Burnham and students in her Gardening and Beyond class, planted a Kousa dogwood in the school’s courtyard. Tom Rapp, the city’s horticulturalist/arborist, and Diane Holler, his assistant, prepared and oversaw the planting. “The City of Aiken is known for its trees,” Jones said. “They give the city its unique character, its ambiance, that people are attracted to because of the magnificent trees. The trees on South Boundary are iconic.” Jones said the city is making an initiative to focus on the tree-shaded parkways in Aiken. “We want to attract people, pedestrians, in the downtown areas,” she said. “We’re very excited.” The city’s Arbor Day celebration is part of the Tree City USA program, which is “greening communities across the country,” according to its website at arborday.org. Aiken has been named a Tree City USA for 31 consecutive years, Rapp said, and he expects the city the received its 32nd title some time in late winter or early spring. “What makes trees special?” Rapp asked the students. “They give us oxygen,” one replied. “Yes, better air quality,” Rapp sai... (Aiken Standard)

Oct 27, 2016

A world of roses under one roof Oct. 29 at free Chico rose show

Read details here: http://tinyurl.com/jh5nrdj. People can wander outside during the rose show and admire the rose collection. Jan Burnham, festival coordinator, said she’s also pleased the new location will be very accessible. She’s hoping people who have never attended the rose show will see the signs and stop in for the free event. High marks Chico is known in Northern California for having one of the best rose shows, Burnham said. She consistently hears this from visitors from other areas, even areas with larger populations. Things to do Admiring roses, of course, is on the top of the event to-do list. Visitors can also vote for the most fragrant rose, which encourages people to experience the variety of scents. For kids The event does include competition, and special categories are provided for children 17 and younger, but the flowers must have been grown by the children. Face painting and flower arrangement will also be provided for young people. Learn more For people who want to learn more, the group has created educational displays. Also, consulting rosarians will be available to answer questions. This is a great way to learn, by talking to someone who loves the subject and has been working with roses for years and years. Burnham said people can also learn about what they want to plant. With hundreds of roses in the room, and all of them labeled, people can decide what roses they would like to buy next. Rose competition Members of the Rose Society encourage everyone to enter the competitions. There are techniques to help a plants produce prize-winning roses. Yet, when it comes down to it, Mother Nature really de... (Chico Enterprise-Record)

Sep 21, 2016

News of Record for Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016

S. Montanez and Marie Y. Mercado; Maurico and Melissa Beasley; Samuel Magahaes Batista and Regina M. Krull Decarvalho; James Chambers and Rebecca Burnham; James D. and Alexandra Hess; Helen E. and Jeffery T. Houlihan; Nancy E. and James D. Persinger; Sydney C. and Tyler M. Loftus; David and Juana Crespo. (Daytona Beach News-Journal)

May 18, 2016

Funeral notices for Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Fayette Cemetery, North Road, Fayette. If desired, contributions may be made to the Meals on Wheels program, 8 Falcon Road, Lewiston, ME, 04240. BURNHAM — Anita “Nini,” 71, of Turner died Saturday, May 14. Visiting hours will be held at Chandler Funeral Homes, 45 Main St., South Paris, on Thursday, May 26, from 5 to 7 p.m., where a memorial service will be held Friday, May 27, at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Anita’s name to the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital for Cancer Research, Maine Medical Center, 22 Bramhall St., Portland, ME 04102. COBB — Laurent U. Sr., 71, of Lewiston died Monday, May 16. Services will be held privately at a later date. Arrangements by Affordable Cremation Solution LLC. DICK — Alfred G., 76, of Lewiston died Monday, May 16. Arrangements are under the care of Funeral Alternatives. EDWARDS — Olga E., 89, died Monday, May 16. Friends and family are invited to visiting hours Wednesday, May 18, from 6 to 8 p.m., at Funeral Alternatives, 25 Tampa St., Lewiston. The funeral service will be held Thursday, May 19, at 4 p.m., at Funeral Alternatives, followed by interment at North Auburn Cemetery, Skillings Corner Road, Auburn. GAGNE — Harmony C., 39, of Auburn died Sunday, May 15. Graveside services will be held Thursday, May 19, at 2 p.m., at Mt. Hope Cemetery. A celebration of Harmony’s life will be held Saturday, June 18, at a place to be announced. In li... (Lewiston Sun Journal)

Apr 22, 2016

At Joshua Tree, the desert flowers go wild

FLOWER POWER I hunt for wildflowers in Joshua Tree with Nooshin George, senior vice president at Burnham Benefits in Irvine; her husband, Dennis, a wellness instructor and avid rock climber; and their 10-month-old daughter, Charlize. Park officials report, “As seems typical with this year’s spring wildflower display, diversity rather than quantity is the star of the show.” Driving into the park, I pass a vast field of yellow flowers. But the variety that park officials talk about requires getting off the road and onto trails. During our first outing, flowers are few and far between. But as we near big rocks, blooms appear. Purple Parish’s larkspur dots the landscape. Lilac Mojave aster sprouts from a cluster of boulders. Scarlet milkvetch blooms red near a Joshua tree. It is cool. A gentle breeze blows. As if enchanted by a particular flower, Charlize reaches toward a petal. But it’s rocks the toddler wants. She grabs a small one – and nearly eats it. It’s just as well that Charlize leaves the flowers alone. The landscape is fragile, and with 2 million annual visitors to the park, rangers remind it’s best to leave the wilderness untouched. Later, Allen offers tips on finding flowers. He explains that water flows off rocks and puddles below, creating needed moisture during what has been a relatively dry season. He adds that areas that get some shade help fragile roots survive heat. Park officials advise, “Select a trail that covers a span of elevations and habitats and you’re sure to find more species than you can count.” If you go, be sure to pick up a map at the entrance. For a quick hit, check out Wonderland of Rocks along Park Boulevard. There is a mobile version of a map, but download it before you arrive. There is little to no connectivity in the park. Sometimes just a few petals are enough to take our breath away, to make life infinitely rich. Contact the writer: dwhiting@ocregister.com Related Links Most Popular Related Links ... (OCRegister)

Feb 3, 2016

Sugar High

Sugar High By Emily Burnham Photo: BDN FILE We defy anybody to claim they don’t like candy. Everybody loves candy. Whether you’ll eat anything made out of sugar and chocolate, or your palate is more discerning and reserved for only higher end treats, or you only eat it very sparingly as you’re watching your diet, you can’t deny it. You like candy. Which certainly goes a long way towards explaining why it, along with flowers, is the most popular Valentine’s Day gift. You want something sweet to give to the person you’re sweet on. It’s really just about the definition of sweet. If you’re looking for that special gift for your special someone, here are nine places to go right here in Maine, to find something unique and local for a V-Day gift.Black DinahWestbrook and Isle Au HautWe heart Black Dinah, the Isle au Haut originating Maine candy company that’s nationally renowned — Martha Stewart gave them her blessing — for its artful treats. Whether you’re looking for their adorable chocolate-peanut butter f... (BangorMetro)