Saskatchewan, SK Florists
Find florist in Saskatchewan state that deliver flowers for any occasion including Birthdays, Anniversaries, Funerals as well as Valentines Day and Mother's Day. Select a Saskatchewan
city below to find local flower shops contact information, address and more.
Saskatchewan State Featured Florists
1205 4th StreetEstevan, SK S4A 0W8
105 1St Ave ENipawin, SK S0E1E0
1026 Main StCarrot River, SK S0E0L0
106 Railway AveWeyburn, SK S4H0A2
Saskatchewan Flowers News
Oct 15, 2020
Saskatoon florists turn Junos loss to charity win - Saskatoon StarPhoenix
They turned to social media, offering up their Junos arrangements for $20 apiece, with 100 per cent of the proceeds going to Teen Challenge Saskatchewan, a non-profit working with youth struggling with addictions. Mar 19, 2020
‘Still in shock’ over death of rider Kat Morel - Sherwood Park News
Katharine Morel.The 33-year-old former Sherwood Park resident turned Fort Saskatchewan transplant and her horse, Kerry On, died following an accident on course at the Rocking Horse Winter III Horse Trials in Altoona, Florida on Saturday, Feb. 29.Morel and her eight-year-old thoroughbred mare suffered a rotational fall at fence eight of the Intermediate level cross-country course at the United States Eventing Association recognized competition.Morel was immediately transported by Lake County Emergency Medical Services to Waterman Hospital in Tavares, Florida where she later succumbed to her injuries. Kerry On also suffered fatal injuries and passed shortly after the fall.A rotational fall occurs when the horse somersaults forward before landing on its back.
Katharine Morel and her horse, Kerry On, died following an accident in Florida on Feb. 29. Photo supplied
Evan Dahms, who runs the Sherwood Park Sandridge Stables where Morel trained out of under his wife and stable co-owner Tricia — who was in Florida to coach Morel and others from Sandridge — said it was simply devastating news.“You heard the news and you just don’t want to believe it,” he said of Morel, who worked as a bartender at the Sherwood Park Keg. “Kat was such an outgoing, friendly, charismatic person. Everybody liked her. She was the life of the party and was always helping people. She was go... Feb 1, 2020
Gardening: Four winning flowers from All-America Selections - Saskatoon StarPhoenix
It is rated as hardy to zone 4, which in Saskatchewan means plant it in a sheltered location and cover the soil with mulch. Plant it in full sun in well-drained soil; otherwise it tolerates a wide range of growing conditions: wind, heat, rain and frost. A few additional features worth mentioning: drought tolerant once established, attracts pollinators like butterflies, and is great as a fresh or dried cut flower.‘Tip Top Rose’ nasturtium (Tropaeolum minus), unlike its usually sprawling, gangly sisters, forms a relatively compact mound (14 x 18 inches) covered season-long in showy, warm bright-rose flowers that are held above the leaves. The flowers resist fading as they age but you will need to deadhead them to promote continuous flowering. Place it in full to part sun in the garden, as low edging or as a trailer in containers. This variety tolerates a wide range of environmental conditions: drought, heat, cold, rain and wind. Not only is this another pollinator-friendly plant, all parts are edible: the leaves and flowers are peppery and make a nice addition to salads; pickled seed pods (~3/8 inch diameter) can be substituted for capers.‘American Gold Rush’ black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia x) can’t help but draw your eye with its profusion of bright golden-yellow, two-inch blooms with their namesake black centres. A compact selection (up to 24 inches tall), it flowers from mid-summer to frost. A perennial rated to USDA zone 4 (protected location, mulch), it tolerates both heat and drought. Choose a location in full sun with well-drained soil. Or grow it in a container to add height and drama to your deck or patio. In addition to being yet another pollinator-friendly plant, it can be used as a fresh or dried cut flower. One of the judges declared this selection ‘one of the very best rudbeckias I’ve trialled and one of the very best perennials, too.’ High praise indeed.Like all newly introduced plants, these four may be in short supply in 2020, but look for them in seed catalogues and at garden centres this spring anyway. In addition, take time this summer to visit the AAS demonstration garden on the North side of the Agriculture Building on the University of Saskatchewan’s campus in Saskatoon.Erl gardens in Saskatoon and tweets about it on occasion @ErlSv.This column is provided courtesy of the Saskatchewan Perennial Society (SPS; email@example.com). Check our website (saskperennial.ca) or Facebook page (facebook.com/saskperennial) for a list of upcoming gardening events. Boffins Garden by Rob Crosby — Jan. 29, 7:30 p.m., Emmanuel Anglican Church, 607 Dufferin Avenue, Saskatoon. Free and open to the public.Related
Bridges Events Jan. 10-16
Bridges Events... Feb 1, 2020
'A tropical paradise:' Families escape cold at the Floral Conservatory - News Talk 980 CJME
Flowers and gardens are in short supply across Saskatchewan during the winter, but there is a hidden oasis in Regina where people can pretend it’s spring.
Inside the Regina Floral Conservatory on Fourth Avenue, you would never know that the windchill values are -40 C.
“It’s a little bit of vacation without having to pay the price,” volunteer Lorelai Camphog said with a laugh.
On Tuesday and Wednesday this week the conservatory transformed into a summer paradise for dozens of families with children aged one to five enrolled in the Lil’ Gardener’s Club.
“The kids just absolutely love it. They can hardly wait to come, they’re just so excited,” Camphog said, noting all 70 spots filled up within two days of registration for the winter session. “It’s a place to get a little bit of summer in t... Feb 1, 2020
Gardening: Perennials — Bleeding heart and coral bells - Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Look for Perennials for Northern Gardens in fall, 2020. Retired as the Horticultural Specialist, Extension Division, University of Saskatchewan, she gives workshops on a wide range of gardening topics throughout the Canadian prairies.This column is provided courtesy of the Saskatchewan Perennial Society (SPS; firstname.lastname@example.org ). Check our website or Facebook page for a list of upcoming gardening events. Up next: Boffins Garden by Rob Crosby – Jan. 29, 7:30 p.m., Emmanuel Anglican Church, 607 Dufferin Avenue. Free and open to the public.
Bridges Events Jan. 17-23