Florists in Alice, TX
Find local Alice, Texas florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Alice and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
Alice Flower Shops
512 E Front St
Alice, TX 78332
209 S Reynolds St
Alice, TX 78332
1814 E Main Suite A
Alice, TX 78332
1525 East Main Street
Alice, TX 78333
1525 E Main St
Alice, TX 78332
519 S Reynolds St
Alice, TX 78332
Alice TX News
Nov 9, 2019
GARDENING REPORT: Flower Show - webcenter11
Alice. Which is a little uneven because I've been turning it to the sun. So what i am going to do is remove spent flowers or the leaves that are turning yellow. If there were any spent flowers but i would like to do is have you take a look at the entry forms that are avail.able at garden centers or at my office. Its the schedule actually, and see what the rules are ?
And then you tidy up some of your plants.?
Just go on over to pioneer park and enjoy the day. The dates are official July 19th and 20th.?
Its gardening through the galaxy.?
But then don't forget about entering the state fair too!?
Wildflowers are one of the possible entries for the Tanana Valley State Fair.
I'm Julie Riley, join me next week, in the garden.?
... Oct 10, 2019
Family of boy found dead in Havelock Marina takes flowers to wharf - Stuff.co.nz
ALICE ANGELONI/STUFFA police dive squad found the boy's body in the water at Havelock Marina on Tuesday.The family of a 6-year-old boy found dead in Havelock have visited the marina with flowers. The child's body was recovered from the water near Pier G by a police dive squad about 3pm on Tuesday. Senior sergeant Peter Payne, of Blenheim, said on Wednesday they were "still piecing together what happened".ALICE ANGELONI/STUFFHavelock Marina, on Wednesday, as police continue to investigate the death of a 6-year-old boy. "There's no witnesses ... we're still investigating. All we know is that he's been recovered from the water," Payne said. READ MORE: Young boy found dead in Marlborough port town "How he came to be there, we're still investigating that." A post mortem would take place on Wednesday, he said. The boy was reported missing about 6.30am, with the dive squad arriving about 1.45pm. Havelock resident John Mills said on Wednesday he was approached by the boy's father on Tuesday m... Jul 26, 2019
Wollerton Old Hall rose is a fragrant highlight - Los Altos Town Crier
In a vase, the chalice-shaped blooms of soft apricot/yellow fade a bit and become a softer cream, and last very well.
If you are new to rose growing, the Wollerton Old Hall is the one for you. It is easy to grow and disease resistant. The Old Hall rose is perfect for hot California summers. With few thorns, the plant is always green and shining, with no black spots or powdery mildew.
Wollerton Old Hall roses are repeat flowers that bloom throughout the season. You can make many bouquets with these cluster-cupped, puffy, charming flowers. In short, if you love modern roses, you must have one of David Austin’s roses.
Julia Isaac contributed to this column.
... Jul 5, 2019
Area roundup: Learn about 'Flowers, Ferns and Dinosaurs' at Rinard Greenhouse - Muncie Star Press
Published 12:59 PM EDT Jun 7, 2019
MUNCIE — The Dr. Joe and Alice Rinard Orchid Greenhouse in Christy Woods on the Ball State University campus will offer a program on "Flowers, Ferns and Dinosaurs" 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, June 8.
No registration is required for this free, family-friendly program. Parking will be available near Christy Woods on the Ball State University campus.
Whitely Council to discuss summer reading program
MUNCIE — The Whitely Community Council will have its monthly community meeting 6-7 p.m. Monday, June 10, at the Muncie Area Career Center, 2500 N. Elgin St. A small meal and refreshments will be served 5:30-6 p.m. This meeting is open to all Muncie citizens.
This month this Education and Health Committee will present information about the summer reading program, “Yes We Care, Reading Everywhere," a program designed to influence a culture of reading in the city of Muncie. The committee will be bringing books and magazines to distribute to encourage reading during the meal before ... May 31, 2019
Sumter's Iris Festival events begin Thursday with Taste at the Gardens - Sumter Item
The kids' area will also feature a mechanical ride, a rock wall and bungee jumps this year.
Additionally, there will be a flower show in the Alice Boyle Garden Center and gardening ideas and materials for plant lovers in the Bland Gardens - on the gazebo side of the gardens. Gardeners will again be able to purchase a wide variety of plants.
Kennedy said each year the festival tries to highlight a local artist. This year, it will be Michael Duffy of Sumter. Duffy specializes in sculptures, and his work will be featured each day in the Bland Gardens.
Saturday brings the Shrine Day Parade with many units, including bands, clowns and a float carrying the festival's kings and queens.
Prisma Health Tuomey Community Health Initiatives will also provide free screenings for adults.
An extensive food court and the Marketplace - both in the Heath Gardens on the south side - will be open all three days, offering a diverse selection of food, arts and crafts. According to Kennedy, each year the festival features about 125 or more vendors.
Several new vendors have applied to the festival this year, and Kennedy said she expects there will be new artwork for attendees to take in.
Festival-goers can also enjoy free pontoon boat rides - the Iris Festival is the only time they're available - to get a swan's-eye view of the lake and gardens.
Again this year, the Iris Festival will have two car shows - one Saturday and another on Sunday.
Throughout the festival, a variety of entertainment will be presented on several stages.
Kennedy said if there is good weather, the festival can average anywhere from 40,000 to 60,000 attendees.
Admission is free. There is a $5 donation for admission to the Taste at the Gardens for people 13 and older and a charge by individual vendors for food tastings and art purchases. Kennedy said she encourages anyone and everyone to come out for a great show.
"We hope everybody comes out," Kennedy said, "and we're praying for good weather and a lot of blooms."
She said she also wanted to thank the festival's sponsors for their support.
"Without our sponsors, we wouldn't be able to offer all these things for free," Kennedy said. "It's very rare to go to a festival that the kids' area is free. You normally pay. Because of the response from the community and the sponsorships, we are able to offer free entertainment to all those who attend."
... Mar 15, 2019
Surprise Eviction Notices Have This Old Plantation Community Up In… - Honolulu Civil Beat
Since 1949, when Alice Nonaka first planted the garden behind her modest home near the old Dole Plantation, the family has cultivated a small patch of land, growing lemons, guavas, bananas and noni and keeping up a few sheds, even though the land was owned by Dole.
But that soon could change.
In August, Alice's son Dennis, who is 74, received a letter from the land's new owner, the state Agribusiness Development Corp. It gave Nonaka 30 days to arrange removal of any structures on the land and was signed by Jimmy Nakatani, the agency's executive director.
"If we do not hear from you before that date, all property on ADC land, including fencing, will be disposed of," Nakatani wrote.
Trespassing on the land would subject Nonaka to arrest, the letter said.
Dennis Nonaka, left, with his wife Aileen and nephew Joel stand with the guava tree his mother planted on property behind his house. The Hawaii Agribusiness Development Corp. has said Nonaka can be arrested for trespassing on the property, which is now o...