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Order flowers and gifts from Petals Florist & Greenhouse located in Newport TN for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 708 Cosby Highway, Newport Tennessee 37821 Zip. The phone number is (423) 623-9042. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Petals Florist & Greenhouse in Newport TN. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Petals Florist & Greenhouse delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Petals Florist & Greenhouse
Address:
708 Cosby Highway
City:
Newport
State:
Tennessee
Zip Code:
37821
Phone number:
(423) 623-9042
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Dec 18, 2019

Filoli, Conservatory of Flowers all aglow for the holidays - Marin Independent Journal

Filoli is truly a magical place, especially during the holidays, and we are excited this year to offer even more opportunities to visit,” Kara Newport, Filoli’s chief executive officer, says in a recent press release. “We are extending the season and staying open more, so visitors can enjoy the expanded lighting display.” Photo by Richard SimondsThe Filoli mansion and gardens are festively decorated and offer holiday magic for adults and children. Guests at the gaily decorated estate this year will see some new things — a dinner set of Baccarat crystal, a gingerbread house made in the image of the Filoli garden house and a newly discovered cookbook from the Swedish cook who worked for Filoli’s original owners. The cookbook has been described as a “cook’s cookbook.” There are no instructions, just lists of ingredients for dozens of recipes. Visitors can leaf through a working copy of the cookbook to see the types of dishes that might have been enjoyed by the earliest residents and guests of the house. If you have a chance to go in the evening, you’ll see many strings of lights and lighted objects, as they are turned on in the various rooms of the estate. You might also want to plan a trip around these two special events: • Decadence Nights offers See’s chocolate and wine tastings, music, DIY festive crafts and holiday drink specials on Dec. 12, 19 and 26. Tickets cost $35 for adults and $18 for youth ages 5 to 17. • Santa Saturdays take place in the pretty garden house from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Dec. 7, 14 and 21. Children can sit in on storytime with Mrs. Claus in the reception room, dance and sing to holiday tunes in the ballroom, make a seasonal craft item in the visitors center, visit with festively attired ponies in the front courtyard and receive a See’s lollipop. Santa Saturdays are included in the holiday admission ticket. • Details: Holidays at Filoli are at 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily or 4 to 8 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays through Dec. 30 at the Filoli Historic House and Garden at 86 Cañada Road in Woodside. A daytime ticket is $12 to $25. An evening ticket is $18 to $35. Children under 5 years old are free. For more information, call 650-364-8300 or go to filoli.org. Plants after dark I also stopped in at Night Bloom, the light and sound installation at the Conservat...

Nov 9, 2019

Flowers looking tired? How to extend their vase life - New Haven Register

Lisa Mason Ziegler, a cut flower grower and operator of The Gardener's Workshop, an online flower farming school near Newport News, Virginia. "Dahlias and sweet peas are more like five days. They have a shorter life but look fabulous." When selecting cut flowers, keep in mind that iris, tulips, snapdragons and daffodils have an extremely short vase life — less than a week. Orchids, carnations and chrysanthemums usually last two weeks or more. A clean vase is important, Ziegler said. "Put it in a dishwasher to remove any bacteria. Then cut 1 to 2 inches off each stem before putting them into the vase. They're probably clogged but cutting will open them up and they'll be able to feed again," she says. Conditioning needs vary, said John Dole, an associate dean and floriculture specialist at North Carolina State University. Some varieties require more managing than others, but all cut flowers should be fed. "Use the flower food packets that most likely came with the bouquet," Dole said. "Mix according to directions and position the flowers into the vase. After they've had their first big drink, take them out, put in fresh water and cut the stems again. "By doing that your flowers will last longer and the sugars in the flower food will enhance their colors — particularly the purples," he said.

Nov 9, 2019

29 Fall Bridal Bouquets That Are Beautiful Beyond Words - Boston magazine

Photo by Dan Aguirre At this low-key, seaside wedding at Newport Beach House, the bride carried a bouquet of roses, snowberries, feather celosia, and Queen Anne’s lace by Leslie Lee Floral Design. Photo by Emily MacCabe Photography For a mountaintop wedding in Maine, Bad Rabbit Flowers designed a vibrant bouquet featuring roses, mums, zinnias, and dahlias. Photo by Janelle Carmela Photography Bride Bridget’s Salem Country Club wedding took on a moody vibe, which Lotus Floral Designs channeled in a bouquet of ranunculus, dahlias, amaranthus, hydrangea, jasmine vine, and other flora. Photo by Kate McElwee Photography Sunflowers (as well as orchids, ranunculus, and spray roses) made a cheerful appearance in this bouquet Garden Designs by Kristen made for a bride tying the knot in September at Moraine Farm. img aria-describedby="caption-attachment-2556374" class="size-full wp-image-2556374 lazyload" data-src="https://cdn10.bostonmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2019/10/fall-bouquets-jeri-solomon-floral-design.jpeg" alt="fall bouquet" width="900" height="1350" data-srcset="https://cdn10.bostonmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2019/10/fall-bouquets-jeri-solomon-floral-design.jpeg 900w, https://cdn10.bostonmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2019/10/fall-bouquets-jeri-solomon-floral-design-267x400.jpeg 267w, https://cdn10.bostonmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2019/10/fall-bouquets-jeri-solomon-floral-design-768x1152.jpeg 768w, https://cdn10.bos...

Aug 17, 2018

Watch Iceage's Japanese Flower Art-Inspired Video for 'Under The Sun'

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Jul 6, 2018

Things to Do: Field Day, rose show & the Shuffle

KIDS MAGICFamilies can see tricks by magician Chris Capehart in the Vancouver Magic Circle's show, at 6 p.m. in the Inlet Theatre (100 Newport Dr., Port Moody). Tickets at $10 are via eventbrite.ca. Saturday, June 23 EP FIELD DAYLearn what amateur radio operators do at the EPCOM Field Day, a North American contest that takes place locally at Castle Park (2252 Castle Cres., Port Coquitlam). Visit epcom.ca. ART, PHOTOSMembers of the Coquitlam Art Club at Dogwood Pavilion show and sell their paintings for the group's 10th annual gathering, in the Centennial Pavilion (620 Poirier St., Coquitlam) from 9 a.m. to 4 p,.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Also, walk over to Dogwood Pavilion (1655 Winslow Ave., Coquitlam) for the sixth annual Dogwood Photo Show, running at the same times. Portraits are by donation and door prizes will be given out. Visit coquitlam.ca. BOOK WORMSKids can kick off the summer by joining a Coquitlam Public Library reading club, which launches at the Poirier branch (575 Poirier St., Coquitlam) at 10 a.m. Visit coqlibrary.ca. BIKES AGAINST BULLIESGrab your two wheels and helmet and head to Trev Deeley Motorcycles (1875 Boundary Rd., Vancouver) for a ride to Coquitlam, in support of the Amanda Todd Legacy Society - a mental health organization founded by Port Coquitlam mom Carol Todd following the suicide of her daughter, Amanda, a SD43 student, in 2012. The fundraiser concludes at Micky's Public House (170 Golden Dr., Coquitlam). Visit amandatoddlegacy.org. BLOOMIN' FUNSee a tractor dance and climbing demonstrations, a...

Apr 20, 2018

Historic Garden Week to bring tourists and provide plenty of flowers

Mary Johnson, chairwoman of the Hampton Newport News Garden Club.Historic Garden Week is dedicated to showcasing the state’s formal gardens, cottage gardens, herb gardens, water gardens and various floral arrangements.Johnson said she expects anywhere from 800-1,000 people to attend Garden Week at the five homes that will be on display in Hampton and Newport News.Over the past five years, Johnson said the tour has bought in on average 961 attendees and raised $27,000.Tour proceeds from the week fund the restoration and preservation of Virginia’s historic public gardens, a fellowship program and a centennial project with Virginia State Parks, according to a news release from the organization.At the state level, the week-long event attracts 25,000 visitors and has bought in an estimated $425 million over the last 45 years, said Karen Ellsworth, state director for Historic Garden Week.Ellsworth said the estimated figure factors in money spent on ticket sales, hotels, meals and gas.“When you look at the economic impact, it’s not just ticket sales,” Ellsworth said.Since 1920 the Garden Club of Virginia has grown from eight founding clubs to 47 clubs with more than 3,300 members, according to a news release from the Historic Garden Week.Organizers estimate 2,300 floral arrangements will be made specifically for the 85th Historic Garden Week.The Hampton Newport News Garden Club tour will feature four Hampton Universi...

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