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Ridgeway Florist
150 S Dogwood
South Carolina
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(803) 337-0038
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Flowers and Gifts News

Dec 22, 2016

Montrose, Colo., couple turn beekeeping hobby into a full-time business

BRINGING THEM BACK Each April, Sheridan and his wife start spreading the bees through 14 different spots from Olathe to Ridgeway, Colo. The bees are left mostly on their own after June when the hives are placed in yellow or white sweet clover or alfalfa fields. “We get a much greater yield on our produce because of those bees,” said Pamela Friend of DeVries Truck Farm in Olathe, who is a customer of the Sheridans. If crops need to be sprayed for any reason, the Sheridans are called ahead of time so they can move the hives. Sheridan looks in on things every two weeks, leaving extra frames for honey storage. “I’ll pull out a frame that has honey on it, shake it horizontally, and see how much rains out into the hive. This helps me to see how much is actually being produced.” During the honey harvest, the couple uses a food-grade product called Honey Robber to move the bees back. It is placed above the hive, and “the bees move away from it so we can pull that box of honey, take it to our shop and process it.” What is extracted is strained but not filtered. The process removes pieces of wax and other hive debris and allows little bits of pollen to go through. Then it’s poured into glass jars and sold to people who love pure honey — or need help with their allergies. ? ... (Fence Post)

Dec 2, 2016

A Blooming Achievement: Students complete five month project

RIDGEWAY – Magna Vista High School Horticulture students invited community members into their greenhouse Thursday, where guests gazed upon 2,500 red and white poinsettias of various sizes. Students and faculty have been caring for the flowers since the third week of July, when they planted the iconic Christmas symbol. “We got the shipment of the plugs when they were two inches high,” Horticulture teacher Lauren Nance said. Now fully grown, the students successfully raised small, regular and large flowers. However, nurturing the poinsettias was not an effortless task. Nance said that the delicate plants have a temperamental tendency while growing. “When they’re two weeks old, you pinch all of them,” Nance said. The teacher explained that the process rids the plant of the old bud so that new life can sprout. “Then we fertilize them weekly with water-soluble fertilizer,” Nance said. “We use Marathon pesticide which keeps fungus, gnats and white flies away because we don’t want that.” Nan... (Martinsville Bulletin)

Jun 22, 2016

Celebrity birthdays for the week of June 19-25

Guitarist Chris Traynor (Helmet) is 43. Actor Donald Faison (”Scrubs”) is 42. Comedian Mike O’Brien (”Saturday Night Live”) is 40. Actress Lindsay Ridgeway (”Boy Meets World”) is 31. Singer Dina Hansen of Fifth Harmony (”The X Factor”) is 19. June 23: Singer Diana Trask is 76. Former “American Idol” judge Randy Jackson is 60. Actress Frances McDormand is 59. Drummer Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth is 54. Singer Chico DeBarge is 46. Actress Selma Blair is 44. Singer KT Tunstall is 41. Singer Virgo Williams of Ghostown DJs is 41. Singer-songwriter Jason Mraz is 39. Actress Melissa Rauch (”The Big Bang Theory”) is 36. Singer Duffy is 32. June 24: Actress Michele Lee is 74. Actor-director Georg Stanford Brown is 73. Guitarist Jeff Beck is 72. Singer Colin Blunstone of The Zombies is 71. Drummer Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac is 69. Actor Peter Weller is 69. Bassist John Illsley of Dire Straits is 67. Reggae singer Derrick Simpson of Black Uhuru is 66. Actor Joe Penny (”Jake and the Fatman,” `’Riptide”) is 60. Singer Astro of UB40 is 59. Singer-keyboardist Andy McCluskey of Orchestral Manoevres in the Dark is 57. Actor Iain Glen (”Game of Thrones”) is 55. Bassist Curt Smith of Tears for Fears is 55. Actress Mindy Kaling is 37. Actress Minka Kelly is 36. Singer Solange Knowles is 30. June 25: Actress June Lockhart is 91. Singer Carly Simon is 71. Keyboardist-saxophonist Ian McDonald of Foreigner and King Crimson is 70. Actor-comedian Jimmie Walker is 69. Singer Tim Finn of Split Enz and Crowded House is 64. Keyboardist David Paich of Toto is 62. Actor Ricky Gervais is 55. Singer George Michael is 53. Rapper Richie Rich is 49. Rapper Candyman is 48. Guitarist Sean Kelly (Sixpence None the Richer) is 45. Bassist Mike Kroeger of Nickelback is 44. Actress Linda Cardellini is 41. Actress Busy Philipps (”ER,” `’Dawson’s Creek”) is 37. © 2016 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. (WTOP)

Apr 22, 2016

Ernest Lawrence Ryan, Sr.

Memorial Service with the Rev. Billy Kurtz officiating. The service will be held at Norris United Methodist Church, 62 Ridgeway Road, Norris, TN 37828. Ernest was a member of the church. The family asks that any memorials, in lieu of flowers, be made to Amedisys Hospice Care, 1420 Dutch Valley Road, Suite C, Knoxville, TN 37918. An online guest book may be signed at (Oak Ridger)

Apr 22, 2016

27 beautiful images to make you love area nature on Earth Day

Great Miami River. LISA POWELL / STAFF Deer crossing A deer stands in a lawn in the area of Park Road near Ridgeway in Oakwood. JIM WITMER / STAFF Lying on the pond Fall leaves float across reflections of trees on Dogwood Pond located at Hills & Dales MetroPark in Kettering. LISA POWELL / STAFF Major tree house The Tree Tower at Cox Arboretum MetroPark in Miami Twp. The observation tower, which rises 46 feet above the ground, was designed by Belgian landscape architect Francois Goffinet. At the top visitors have a panoramic view of a collection of conifers and the arboretum grounds. LISA POWELL / STAFF With best friend Tyler Mittlestead and his English setter Chester take a paddle at Eas... (MyDaytonDailyNews)

Feb 3, 2016

Peace and quiet is attainable in Chicago -- if you know where to look

Albany Park’s Eugene Field Park (5100 N.Ridgeway Ave.) is another gem: spacious, green, with the North Branch of the Chicago River running through it. If you’re heading there on bike or on foot, take the wooded path that begins unassumingly at West Carmen and North Central Park avenues. Also in Albany Park, the North Shore Channel Trail — ideal for walking, biking or running — starts in Ronan Park (3000 W. Argyle St.) and follows the channel north into Evanston. While you’re on the Northwest Side, be sure to spend a meditative moment at the Felician Sisters grotto (3800 W. Peterson Ave.) — an artificial cave, surrounded by statuary and situated in the convent gardens (open to the public, but be respectful of other visitors by keeping volume down) — or find serenity at the wildlife-filled North Park Village Nature Center (5801 N. Pulaski Road). Peaceful cafes The quaint Ravenswood Manor outpost of First Slice Pie Cafe (4664 N. Manor Ave.), just off the Francisco Brown Line stop, is our favorite of the three locations. Grab takeout, and explore the quiet streets and pocket parks of the neighborhood. While the first floor of Humboldt Park’s Star Lounge Coffee Bar (2521 W. Chicago Ave.) is typically abuzz with coffee talk — both casual chitchat and literal convos about coffee roasting — the second floor accommodates those thirsty for quiet. You won’t necessarily find solitude at the popular Waterfront Cafe (6219 N. Sheridan Road), but the beachy atmosphere — tiki torches, picnic tables — and stunning views of Lake Michigan have a calming effect. It might be the most summery place in the city. Book nooks If you’re looking for a picturesque place to read, head to the ninth-floor Winter Garden at Harold Washington Library (400 S. State St.), an elegant atrium with a glass-paneled ceiling. Architecturally very different but qually peaceful is the library at the Poetry Foundation (61 W. Superior St.), a beautiful, minimalist space that houses 30,000 volumes of poetry. South Side serenity Built on a former rail yard, the 12-acre Ping Tom Memorial Park (1700 S. Wentworth Ave.), on the edge of Chinatown, is a welcome oasis within a gritty industrial area. Running along the south bank of the Chicago River, it boasts riverfront walkways, bamboo gardens, a pagoda-style pavilion and impressive views of downtown. Speaking of which, have you ever observed the Chicago skyline from a fire pit on Lake Michigan? Tuck... (Chicago Tribune)


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