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Order flowers and gifts from Rosebud Flower Shop located in Erie PA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 660 East 10Th Street, Erie Pennsylvania 16503 Zip. The phone number is (814) 454-5211. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Rosebud Flower Shop in Erie PA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Rosebud Flower Shop delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Rosebud Flower Shop
Address:
660 East 10Th Street
City:
Erie
State:
Pennsylvania
Zip Code:
16503
Phone number:
(814) 454-5211
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Find Rosebud Flower Shop directions to 660 East 10Th Street in Erie, PA (Zip 16503) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 42.131111, -80.06739 respectively.

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Aug 3, 2020

Gardening for life: enjoying lazy summer days - Montclair Local

Put your hands in the dirt, and feel its healing effects. Plant and tend a garden and you will experience the pride of growing your own food. Discover nature in the micro-universe of your yard. Watch and learn the interconnections of wildlife. Pay attention to your flowering bushes and get close to watch the diversity of pollinators on a single plant. Install a birdbath and bird feeder, and you will see an immediate surge in winged visitors.A tiger butterfly pollinates a flower. JOSE GERMAN/FOR MONTCLAIR LOCALAs social distancing continues, maximize the use of your yard. Have breakfast, lunch and dinner outside. Put out a table and tablecloth and experience the new way of “eating out.” Don’t forget the candles! It is, of course, BYOB.With gyms still closed, your yard or local park can be your workout space. Do your exercise routine early in the morning before the heat of the day makes things difficult. Grab a book and make a shady area of the yard your open reading room this summer. Enjoy the sound of the birds and be prepared to stop reading and switch to...

Aug 3, 2020

Garden a pleasant surprise in Beverly Hills' back yard - Hometown Life

Toni Grinnan. The deck is built around a huge elm tree, one of the few elms which survived Dutch Elm disease.Sounds of birds singing enhanced the experience. Eileen Hitz discovered the sound of a cardinal singing on her cell phone. Now she plays the sound while on her deck and cardinals begin arriving and answering the call.Many animals call the area home. “We have an overweight woodchuck who burrows under the deck, numerous chipmunks, deer, hawks and a coyote,” explains Eileen Hitz.There is a Nature Trail Center sign on steps beside the deck. It marks the beginning of a 500-foot journey down steps and over boardwalks constructed by Neil Hitz which lead through the woods to the Rouge River. There is a deck on the side of the river. “I ought to be able to come here, sit down and relax, but I always look around and see things needing attention,” he says somewhat sadly.The river is shallow there as it meanders toward other small tributaries. Some neighbors enjoy kayaking.Near the deck is a tree house which Hitz built when his sons were young. They enjoyed camping there.One of the garden club members, Pam Signorelli, was especially interested in a small shrub called a button bush adjacent to the deck. This plant is native to Michigan. The sphere-like flowers have nectar which attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.The river is shallow. “It is like being Up North. The river is wide. The shore birds can stand in the water,” notes Laura Miller.Across the river is an area called Hidden Rivers, which is a nature preserve. It has an interesting history, remaining undeveloped and having plant specimens typical of 200 years ago.In 1979 Hitz and 28 neighbors and other interested parties contributed over $100,000 to the Village of Beverly Hills to purchase this 14-acre property to keep it in its natural state with no possibility of future development. In a letter to all of the donors dated 1980, the village officers stated: “We believe that leaving this property in its natural state, with no future possibility of undesirable development, is a definite asset to Beverly Hills. The interest and initiative you all have shown in your community is an example of the type of citizenship that preserves the unique character of Beverly Hills.”“This is a stunning setting. I love the shade and the differing levels of the deck. It is like a secret garden,” says Jennifer Weight as she summarized the feelings of many of the guests.

Aug 3, 2020

Flowers delivered for hands-on instruction in MSU's floral design course - Mississippi State Newsroom

McDougald knew that for students to ingest the fundamentals of the traditional course, she needed to find a way to incorporate experiential hands-on learning that’s vital to the curriculum and the students’ success. MSU floral management teacher Lynette McDougald designed and introduced the first basic floral design course offered virtually during MSU’s Summer Advantage Online. (Photo by Dominique Belcher) She admitted, “It’s daunting to know that, within a five-week period, you’ve integrated design theory, floral care, handling, identification and actual design into virtual learning.” To achieve a real design experience, flowers were packed and shipped from a California cut flower farm to the students, with each completing a hand-tied bouquet, a vased floral design, and others that were round, symmetrical and asymmetrical. Beginning with plant identification, each floral selection is chosen with a purpose. “We demonstrate flower forms, learn anatomy, discuss foliage fragrance, color and form, and then delve into design elements like texture, fragrance and color,” McDougald said. Riley Smith, a senior biochemistry major from New Zealand, who has been virtually completing his last electives before graduation due to COVID-19, didn’t let distance keep him from participating. “I’d heard nothing but good things about this floral design course, and it was cool when I was on campus to see the designs that students completed. I just couldn’t miss the opportunity myself,” he said, adding that access to and availability of flowers in New Zealand was challenging in mid-winter and amid COVID-19. Keeping the designs fresh and colorful was tough, according to Smith, as was “keeping each design separate from the next and not using the same set of flowers for everything.” “I worried at the start that I wouldn’t be able to participate in the lab portion of this class since I am almost 8,000 miles away, but Ms. McDougald was so helpful and went the extra mile to include me in every way despite the distance,” he said. For more on MSU’s floral management program, visit https://www.pss.msstate.edu/students/floral.php. For more information on the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, visit www.pss.msstate.edu. MSU is Mississippi’s leading university, available online at www.msstate.edu.

Aug 3, 2020

Flowering native plants add color naturally - Woodstock Independent

It is always a good idea to put the “right plant in the right place,” as I have learned from experience, instead of having to move it later. If you are attracted to the idea of gardening with native plants, the Wildflower Preservation and Propagation Committee can help. It is a 501(c)(3) organizations, and since 2005 it has helped more than 225 homeowners design native plant gardens through a mentoring program. Visit the website thewppc.org and look under programs for garden mentoring. There you can read more about the program and download an application that needs to be returned by Aug. 25. The University of Illinois Extension Master Gardener Help Desk in Woodstock is closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Gardening questions can still be left as a voice mail at 815-338-3737 or submitted online at uiemg-mchenry@illinois.edu. Members of McHenry County Master Gardeners are volunteers trained by U of I educators to provide a network of gardening programs and activities to the public, including research-based, unbiased home-gardening advice. Nancy Shevel, a U of I Extension Master Gardener in McHenry County, writes a regular column on gardening for The Independent. ...

Aug 3, 2020

Fairytale Flowers Ready To Reopen In Laguna Beach - Laguna Beach, CA Patch

Sara Fabrizio has a lot to smile about."Things are going great now," she told Patch. "I've been doing lots of deliveries, and I'm ready to have people come in again."The storefronts of Laguna Beach have been devoid of customers since the coronavirus shutdown of mid-March. Business owners are struggling to get by and relying upon one another.She'll visit Heidelberg, Oak, El Ranchito, and Chocolate Soldier whenever she can. As a small business owner, Fabrizio knows their plight and has been living it right alongside them.Before the beach reopened, Fabrizio would take her daily break walking up Nyes Place. During the coronavirus shut down, she took the time to do some projects around her office that were long overdue."I painted everything in my office gold!" she said. "Not having customers allowed in the store made me redecorate." She gathered the spray cans and gilded anything she could. Plus, she had the chance to deep clean.In the small beach town, business owners rely on walk-in customers, not just tourists, but locals. Shop owners help one another. She tells us that she will be selling pre-made boxes of chocolates from the Chocolate Soldier, to help them out this holiday weekend.Fresh flowers add oxygen. They brighten a room and make people feel better, according to Fabrizio. And, this year ...

Aug 3, 2020

Business is blooming at NYC Flower District staple thanks to outdoor dining - New York Post

I want to see as many restaurants open as possible.” Indeed, although he describes the past few months as the most difficult the shop has experienced since 9/11, Kumar said that there are signs of life. “A lot of offices are opening back up,” he added. “A lot of good clients at law offices and doctors’ offices are calling me because they’re reopening and need flowers.” The coronavirus and its airborne transmission has also seen Kumar get new business from customers with unusual requests. “People come here asking for snake plants, they want something that can clean the air.” ...

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