Peter Pots Flowers
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Peter Pots Flowers
2291 West Shore Rd
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Mar 29, 2019
Diana Ross’s 75th Birthday Bash Was a Pink, Floral Explosion - Architectural Digest
Los Angeles officially designating March 26 Diana Ross Day, and, finally, an epic bash with absolutely over-the-top decor.The party began at Warwick in Los Angeles, where nearly every inch of the nightclub’s dark green interior was covered with flowers from Mark’s Garden—the same florist behind Madonna’s Oscars after-party and Kanye West’s over-the-top Valentine’s Day gift for Kim Kardashian. An Instagram post by party planner to the stars Mindy Weiss shows small pink blooms cascading from the ceiling while giant arrangements of lush pink and white roses anchor the tables. Other posts from the night show that whatever wasn’t covered by flowers was adorned by giant white balloons.On the guest list were Ross’s children Tracee Ellis Ross and Evan Ross (accompanied by wife Ashlee Simpson), Motown founder Berry Gordy, Beyoncé, Kris Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Chris Rock, DJ Khaled, and more. DJ Cassidy provided the tunes, and when it came time to sing “Happy Birthday,” Tracee called Beyoncé over to serenade her mom. The music continued when the whole gang moved over to the Hollywood Palladium for an epic concert. Ross sang her hits and brought out a few special guests, including Combs and his three young daughters (above, who danced along to the Supremes hit “Stop! In the Name of Love”), Stevie Wonder, and Robin Thicke. And though she doesn't sing, even Jenner joined Ross for a strut across the stage!... Jul 6, 2018
Drought can't stop this bright crop of flowers from blooming
Every week since May Freestone residents have been lending their hands to craft a flowery facade that will adorn the iconic Freestone Hall throughout Warwick's Jumpers and Jazz festival. For visitors coming from Brisbane, it is likely to be the first woolly welcome to our region. But the community has been weaving more than just the spectacular facade, which will be unveiled at a public event on July 21. Hall secretary Erin Keong said it was all about the community threads behind the project. "It has been lovely everyone has been getting together,” she said. KNITTING TOGEHTHER: Freestone residents Helen Cameron, Pam Coy, Violet Trigg, Erin Keong and Kate Hargreaves have been getting together every week to make the Freestone Hall facade for Jumpers and Jazz this year. Marian faa "Community is so important and the hall has been here for such a long time, so we want to find a way for everyone to get involved.”Even the students at Freestone State School have been putting their little hands to hard work, making the bees that will perch on bright sunflowers around the hall. "This would the only crop of sunflowers that drought hasn't affected,” Freestone resident Graeme Shelley said.The theme was chosen to reflect the iconi... Nov 2, 2017
Former nurse turns attention to flowers
Mr Burraston said.
Gardener Rodney Burraston has been working hard to inject some colour into the grounds at The Oaks Nursing Home in Warwick.Elyse Wurm
"The building is the brown sort of brick so I've painted a lot of the garden beds and the seats in bright colours.
"All the residents are loving what's happening, before we had no flowers just green hedges.
"They get more enjoyment out of it than anyone and they just like seeing the changes as you've been doing it."
Mr Burraston said the majority of the plants were grown from seeds and the weather proved a challenge, as persistent cold conditions delayed the planting.
But this trouble is not evident now with flowers filling the garden beds to the brim.
The Warwick community will get to see the transformation first hand during an Open Garden day at The Oaks next month.
As a major fundraiser for The Oaks, the open garden will also feature stalls with plants and crafts, as well as a Devonshire tea.
Even the garden seats are looking much brighter at The Oaks.Elyse Wurm
Mr Burraston said the money raised was used to fund activities and outings for residents.
"We used to have a cent sale every year and people got a bit stale with it so we thought we'd try a few different things," he said.
"Last year we had the bowls day and this year we'll have the open gardens for something different."
The open garden will be held on Saturday November 11 from 9am-12pm at The Oaks, 56 Locke St.
Entry costs $10 and includes Devonshire tea.
For more information, phone 46603521.
Aug 10, 2017
Warwick family's frozen flower fun
A WARWICK family has found a creative way to have a little fun with frozen mornings.Janelle Adams sent us a few photos of a little winter art the family does every year.The night before a below zero morning, the kids fill a shallow dish with some water and artistically arranged flowers.Pictured is a very excited Scott Kelly as he prepares his flower dish..The night before.ContributedThe dish is set outside and hey presto!In the morning, a beautiful and simple piece of frozen flower art.The frozen arty result.ContributedJanelle said it was so easy to do with the kids."This is so cool and we do it each year,” she said."The kids absolutely love it."The only downside is being woken up ridiculously early by excited children yelling 'it's frozen it's frozen, quick get up'.”The family lives at Two Jays Farm about 10kms west of Warwick.Jul 14, 2017
Award-winning Warwick florist remembers her Vietnamese heritage
WHILE her multi award-winning business Warwick Grove Florist is flourishing, Jenny Do has not forgotten her roots.After being recognised as one of WA’s leading business entrepreneurs under the age of 40 at this year’s 40 Under 40 awards and scooping gold and silver prizes at the Interflora Australia Cup 2017 where she represented WA as Florist of the Year, Ms Do journeyed to her native Vietnam to help local charities.While Ms Do says she is now “every inch the philanthropic businesswoman”, her road to success was not easy.In 2006, she moved from Vietnam to Australia for marriage but three years later it ended.She found herself in a women’s refugee centre in Nollamara with her two-year-old daughter.“I had very limited English, no nearby family and I was living off $20 food vouchers and the kindness from people at the shelter,” she said.But with the encouragement of the centre and government support, Ms Do decided to launch her own business – a florist inspired by her childhood love of flowers.“Apart from completing a florist... (Community Newspaper Group)Apr 20, 2017
It's time to pick at Wicked Tulips Flower Farm in Johnston
Jeroen a lot of Holland,” says Keriann. “And the weather and soil is perfect for growing tulips.”— Liz Klinkenberg is a freelance writer based in Warwick. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.If you go…What: Wicked Tulips Flower FarmWhere: Snake Den Farm, 90 Brown Ave., JohnstonWhen: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday through April; extended hours in May until bloom is finished.Tickets: $5 in advance, $7 at the door for ages 17 and up; $3 children 4-16; children 3 and under free. $7 for adults on weekends in May. No weekend tickets at the door. Tulips are $1 each. Information: (401) 400-2806, wickedtulips.com... (The Providence Journal)
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