Florists in Collegeville, PA
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Collegeville Flower Shops
Collegeville PA News
Feb 27, 2020
Frosty flowers? Early bloomers need a blanket this weekend - The Intelligencer
Erin Kinley, an area master gardener coordinator with the Penn State Extension Service in Collegeville.Kinley said daffodils and other early bloomers are hardy plants, but because we only had traces of snow this winter, there’s nothing to protect them from freezing temperatures like the Arctic blast expected to arrive Thursday night and keep the daytime high Friday to only 30 degrees or lower throughout Bucks County.Nighttime temperatures will drop into the low teens. The winds that will accompany the cold front won’t help either, since they’ll dry out the air.Kinley suggested adding a layer of mulch or leaves to protect the plant shoots. If you have any low, early blooming bushes and can cover them with some type of blanket, it might protect them from the frost.“The blanket should reach the ground,” she said, to act as an insulator. Peach trees are also early bloomers but she wasn’t sure if they’ve started to bud.Kinley said the start of spring has been moving up in recent years, but having the flowers sprouting their leaves in early February definitely is much earlier than normal for plants that normally don’t appear until March.“It’s really strange,” said meteorologist Patrick O’Hara at the National Weather Service in Westampton, New Jersey. Temperatures for the month of February so far as measured at Trenton, the closest measuring station for Bucks County, are 9.4 degrees above normal.“That’s a significant amount, pretty warm,” he said. And that’s on top of an average of 5.7 degrees warmer than normal for the month of January. “The whole area is experiencing this kind of warmth,” he said.But at least the plants have been getting plenty of water to drink. The precipitati... Jan 5, 2017
Former Phoenixville Pastor Passes On New Years Day At Age 83
In addition to his loving wife of 62 years, Pastor Dubost is survived by two sons, David C., husband of Amy Dubost, of Collegeville and Jonathan M., husband of Kim Dubost, of Collegeville; daughter, N. Joy Dubost, of Washington, DC; seven grandchildren and two great-granddaughters.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend his homegoing service on Thursday, January 5, 2017, at 11:00 am at Valley Forge Baptist Temple, 616 South Trappe Road, Collegeville. Officiating will be the Rev. Scott Wendal. Interment will follow in the Limerick Garden of Memories. Friends will be received from 6:30 - 8:00 pm Wednesday evening at the Campbell-Ennis-Klotzbach Funeral Home, Inc., Main Street at Fifth Avenue, Phoenixville and from 9:45 - 10:45 am Thursday morning at the Church. Please do not send flowers, instead please make a memorial contribution in Pastor Lou's name to Grace Bible Church, c/o Phoenixville Federal Bank, 120 Main Street, Phoenixville, PA 19460 or Bob Jones University Scholarship Fund, Office of Advancement, 1700 Wade Hampton Blvd, Greenville, SC 29614. Condolences may be offered online at www.PhoenixvillleFuneralHome.com.
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Norristown Garden Club's Holiday House Tour moves to Collegeville area for 2016
COLLEGEVILLE>>Nobody decks the halls quite like the Norristown Garden Club, and hundreds of curious folks will discover that yet again or for the first time on Friday.
For the 67th Annual Holiday House Tour — which sold out back in September — teams of decorators set their sights on the Collegeville area, as always adapting their style palettes to the architectural suggestions provided naturally by the homes themselves.
Whether it’s a newer-model dwelling or a vintage farmhouse beauty, it’s easy to believe that the walls seem to whisper their holiday needs directly into the ears of club members, who then run with the ideas.
In the case of the 1779 Daller house on Clayhor Avenue in Collegeville, many probably wouldn’t argue with the notion that those encouraging murmurs being heard may have been literally articulated — by the resident ghost herself, Mary Schrack.
“She’s here ... people have seen her,” noted homeowner Bridgie Daller, who moved into the house with... (The Times Herald)Apr 22, 2016
Milton C. Van Vlack
Tracey Greenwood and her husband, Paul of Gray; a sister-in-law, Renee Van Vlack of Fort Myers, Florida; a nephew, Albert Van Vlack of Collegeville, Pennsylvania; a grandnephew, Matthew Van Vlack and his wife, Mia, of Collegeville, Pennsylvania; and grandniece, Jessica Sonder and her husband, Scott, of Boyertown, Pennsylvania.
He was predeceased by his parents, Albert N. Van Vlack and Mildred P. (White) Van Vlack, his brother Albert Van Vlack and his niece, Linda Gross.
Milt requested that in lieu of flowers, donations be made in his and Jan’s memory to the American Lung Association, 122 State Street, Augusta, ME 04330, or for the love of animals to the Lincoln County Animal Shelter, 27 Atlantic Highway, P.O. Box 7, Edgecomb, ME 04556.
Visitation will be held on Tuesday, April 26 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Hall’s of Boothbay, 975 Wiscasset Road, Boothbay. A Celebration of Milt’s Life will be held on Wednesday, April 27 at 2 p.m. at Hall’s of Boothbay with an interment to follow at Evergreen Cemetery, Barters Island Road, Boothbay.
Hall’s of Boothbay has care of the arrangements. To extend online condolences, light a candle for Milt or to share a story or pictures, visit his Book of Memories at www.hallfuneralhomes.com.
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Random acts of flowering
Gallagher's latest venture is Claire's Front Porch. Named for her mother, it's a series of free weekly seminars at the R3 Wellness Center in Collegeville. She also hosts a free weekly session, called tea and conversation, on Fridays for anyone who wants to participate.
Gallagher calls it "a safe place to fall" when people feel stressed. She facilitates discussion, but doesn't give advice. Her subjects, she said, will include divorce, being bullied, and "when prayers aren't answered."
On that last point, Gallagher has a personal opinion. She said hers were.
"I was just praying for a purpose," she said.
With the flowers, she found it.