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Florists in Johnston, RI

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Johnston Flower Shops

Flowers By Semia

5 George Waterman Road
Johnston, RI 02919
(401) 232-5353

Stop & Shop Supermarket

11 Commerce Way
Johnston, RI 02919
(401) 861-7610

Unique Designs

2465 Hartford Avenue
Johnston, RI 02919
(401) 934-3719

Johnston RI News

Nov 9, 2019

Here's an easy landscaping guide to the best native plants - Los Angeles Times

Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont and the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden in Santa Barbara.The grant provided a facilitator, Patrick Johnston, “who was the soul of patience,” said Lili Singer, director of special projects at Theodore Payne. “Getting everybody to agree on a list of plants was a game-stopper for me, but he helped us step by step through the process. We hoped it would take 18 months, but from the time of our first conference call to the time the finished cards arrived, it took three years.”Ultimately the group decided to create a series of flash cards “about the size and shape of an iPhone 6,” said Mike Evans, founder of the Tree of Life Nursery. “They’re like a deck of cards with a hole punched in the corner, and a ring to hold them together, but you can take them apart and spread them out on a table to see what plants go with other plants. They don’t replace a website or great books on the shelf; they’re just easier to carry around and use for planning.”Singer wrote most of the text, with editing and contributions by Evans. And Carlos Flores, a Theodore Payne volunteer and National Park Service employee, created the design and made all the translations into Spanish. Advertisement The organizers “had quite a lively discussion about whether the text should also be in Spanish,” Connolly said. “There was pushback from people who wanted more info about each plant in English, but the landscape industry in Southern California is largely staffed with people who speak Spanish. We wanted to create a way for everyone to be able to talk about these native plants.”This way, she said, the cards provide a bridge for Spanish-speaking gardeners and their English-speaking clients to more easily discuss the kinds of native plants they want to add to the yard.And while the cards are relatively small, they pack a lot of information. You can tell at a glance how tall and wide a particular plant will grow, when it blooms, how quickly it grows, what birds and animals it attracts and how much water and sun it needs to thrive.The cards aren’t a definitive list of Southern California native plants. They don’t include milkweed, for instance. But the decision was to create an entry-level guide that features some of the showiest plants in the native palette. “Milkweed is a very important habitat plant but it’s not much of a looker,” Connolly said. “We were going for the ones with the highest aesthetic appeal.”The cards were designed to stay affordable, Connolly said, with a suggested retail price of $17. They are available online through the Theodore Payne website and in the stores at Tree of Life Nursery, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic G...

Sep 19, 2019

Daniel Johnston has died; Austin singer-songwriter and artist was 58; Cause of death not known - CBS News

Daniel Johnston, the Texas singer-songwriter and artist who developed a cult following and inspired a documentary film, died Wednesday, his family confirmed. He was 58. According to a statement issued by his family, Johnston died of natural causes Wednesday morning at his Houston-area home. His brother, Dick Johnston, said Daniel had been plagued for years with health issues. He was released from the hospital Tuesday after being treated with kidney problems, his brother told The New York Times. Music More More in Music Musicians such as Kurt Cobain and Tom Waits, as well as "The Simpsons" creator Matt Groening, are among those who have expressed a fondness for Johnston's work. "Not only was Daniel Johnston a legendary musi...

Mar 29, 2019

Wichita Falls WWII veteran 'G.I. Joe' excited by outpouring of support for 100th birthday - Times Record News

Patrick Johnston Wichita Falls Times Record News Published 7:35 PM EST Feb 27, 2019 ...

Nov 28, 2018

How Arroyo Grande home captures rainwater to create a lush garden — even during drought - The Tribune

Arroyo Grande garden created by Purlieu Landscape Design and Build of San Luis Obispo. Joe Johnston Near the fountain is a metal and redwood pergola with climbing grape vines. A hammock hangs underneath the pergola, a very relaxing location due to the sound of the running water.

Oct 12, 2018

This Cambria garden oasis showcases amazing views, a koi pod — and a love story

A graceful statue stands in Gloria Fiscalini's Cambria garden. Joe Johnston At one time, Gloria had a plant nursery business and her husband built greenhouses to protect the plants she propagated and sold. Floyd's love for his wife shows in the magnificent gardens and koi pond he built for her, the treasures of the property. A beautiful stone porch off the back of the house leads to a small lawn. Potted flowers, succulents and citrus trees surrounding the porch give softness to the hardscape. Weddings, outdoor concerts and countless barbeques have been held here. A old hay wagon stands in the middle of the massive rose bed in Gloria Fiscalini's Cambria garden Joe Johnston The lawn is edged with cement, giving it a clean crisp divide from the pollinator garden along the back and rose beds along the side opposite the porch.

Aug 17, 2018

Four Floral Businesses To Receive The Century Award In Palm Springs

September in Florida, the 2017 Century Award recipients will be honored alongside the 2018 honorees. The 2017 Century Award recipients are: Johnston's Quality Flowers in Fort Smith, Arkansas Mitchell's Flowers and Events in Orland Park, Illinois Wistinghausen Florist & Greenhouse in Oak Harbor, Ohio Read about the history of their businesses here. Any industry company that has served the floral industry for 100 years or longer qualifies for the Century Award. The award was first presented in 1982. For information about the Century Award or to apply for recognition, visit or contact ### About SAF The Society of American Florists is the leading organization representing all segments of the floral industry. SAF is proud to provide marketing, business and government services to its members, including gr...