Flowers & Fine Things
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Flowers & Fine Things
10 East Rhea Street
Express you love, friendship, thanks, support - or all of the above - with beautiful flowers & gifts!
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Flowers and Gifts News
Jun 19, 2020
Flowers in bloom at The North Carolina Arboretum show off colors of springtime - my40.tv
V 40 provides MyTV entertainment programming to residents near Greenville, South Carolina, including Berea, Welcome, Mauldin, Conestee, Simpsonville, Spartanburg, Taylors, Greer, Piedmont, Anderson, Clemson, Liberty, Pickens and Easley, South Carolina and Hendersonville, Asheville, Black Mountain, Flat Rock and Fletcher, North Carolina. Jan 4, 2020
Plan Ahead for Amaryllis Blooms All Winter Long - TAPinto.net
As winter turns to early spring, celebrate with an explosion of indoor blooms from Red Pearl, Spartacus and other proven performers. The velvety, burgundy-red flowers of Red Pearl have a deep maroon throat that sets off the glittering gold stamens. Spartacus turns heads with its crimson petals and bold white stripes.
Display your amaryllis on a mantle, kitchen counter or entryway table where you can watch the amazing show as the first sprout appears, followed by buds and the spectacular trumpet-shaped blooms. Amaryllis are also beautiful, long-lasting cut flowers.
For best selection, order your bulbs early and store them in a cool, dry, dark place until you are ready to plant. Once you pot up the bulbs and place them in a warm, bright location, flower buds should appear in about 6 to 10 weeks.
Protect yourself from the winter blahs by investing in amaryllis. You can count on their big flowers and bright colors to lift your spirits and ease your way to spring.
Melinda Myers has written numerous books, including Small Space Gardening. She hosts The Great Courses “How to Grow Anything” DVD series and the nationally-syndicated Melinda’s Garden Moment TV & radio program. Myers is a columnist and contributing editor for Birds & Blooms magazine and was commissioned by Longfield Gardens for her expertise to write this article. Her web site is www.MelindaMyers.com.
May 25, 2017
Memorial Day services planned
Jim Becker will lead a community prayer for truth. Information: Henry County Faith Fest on Facebook.• The annual Decoration Day services for the Spartanburg community will be June 4. The children from the area will carry flowers to the cemetery beginning at 11 a.m. to decorate the graves of veterans. The afternoon service begins at 2:00 p.m. with a parade to the cemetery. Ken Price, a graduate of Randolph Southern Junior-Senior High School with the class of 1965 and a Navy veteran, will speak. In the event of rain, the afternoon service will be inside the United Methodist Church.• From Memorial Day to Labor Day, Minnetrista will offer free admission to the nation’s active duty military personnel, including the National Guard and Reserve, and their families as part of the Blue Star Museum Days program.Read or Share this story: http://tspne.ws/2rJ8HSu... (Muncie Star Press)Apr 27, 2017
Frank Peter Jay dies; ex-professor had humor, joy for life
Jennifer Gordon-Tennant, Jonathan, Melissa Bushey, Nicole Angelo and Matthew, all of Port Washington; Alison Kelly, of Sparta, New Jersey, Angela and Christopher; and 18 grandchildren. (Newsday)Mar 23, 2017
A Arrangement Florist moves to new space with new ownership
Day in early February.”
Brown said the company empowers its local teams to lead each business as if it’s their own. After spending a day with the Spartanburg team, he said the decision to buy A Arrangement was simple because the employees cared so much about their customers and store.
Brown said the A Arrangement in Greer still is owned by DeShazor, and Lone Star Bloom has expressed interest in purchasing it when DeShazor retires.
“We are growing into the established floral shop arena by acquiring local shops with successful operations and history,” Brown said. “We focus on offering the prior owner a self-controlled exit and transition.”
The process has allowed for a seamless change of ownership at A Arrangement in Spartanburg, for employees to keep their jobs and for customers to continue receiving the level of customer service they’ve grown accustomed to, he said.
“We want the customers to know that the team is here, even after the transition,” Brown said.
Lone Star Bloom recently purchased a 4,000-square-foot retail space at 231 E. Kennedy St. for A Arrangement. The building was formerly split up for businesses over the years, including Gerald's Candy and Nut Shoppe, Clyde Fitness, Crock Pot restaurant and Kennedy Street Florist.
Ben Hines and Andy Hayes of Spartanburg-based Spencer/Hines Properties represented the estate of Gerald Tucker in the sale of the Kennedy Street building, listed for $199,000.
“Our company is excited that we’re able to retain a retailer to stay in the downtown Spartanburg market,” Hines said. “We know that with A Arrangement’s reputation, they’re making a long-term commitment to the citizens of our community.”
Andrew Babb of NAI Earle Furman is handling the sale of the now-vacant South Church Street building, which he said is under contract. ... (Spartanburg Herald Journal)Feb 9, 2017
Three-Star DB Emmanuel Flowers Breaks Down Why He Chose Michigan State
The Michigan State Spartans don't recruit out West too often but they might make a few more frequent stops after landing defensive back Emmanuel Flowers.
Flowers has great length for a corner and can run. He has the frame that could grow in to a safety but he's going to start off at corner for the Spartans and it will be fun to watch him develop in Michigan State's system.
To hear why Flowers chose the Spartans, check out the video above:
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