Florists in Boerne, TX
Find local Boerne, Texas florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Boerne 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.
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Mar 23, 2017
Home and Garden events
Buy PhotoTour houses and learn gardening skills with these events.(Photo: Mike De Sisti / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)Buy PhotoGARDENBoerner Botanical Gardens: Classes and workshops, $10 member/ $15 general public. Whitnall Park, 9400 Boerner Drive, Hales Corners. Information: (414) 525-5653; www.boernerbotanicalgardens.orgGarden Without Pain. April 1.New & Exciting Plants Part 1: Woody Shrubs & Perennials. April 22.New & Exciting Plants Part 2: Annuals & Vegetables. April 29.Burlington Garden Center: Gardening, planting and lawn care workshops and seminars; prices vary. 5205 Mormon Road, Burlington. (262) 763-2153; burlingtongardencenter.comNew Annuals. April 1.Daylily Society of SE WI: Meeting and program, 1 p.m. April 23. Boerner Botanical Gardens, 9400 Boerner Drive, Hales Corners. Free and open to the public. Info: Ted Haasch, (414) 425-7465; www.dssew.orgThe Elegant Farmer: Farm Kitchen Bakery, Deli & Market, open daily 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Highway ES and J, Mukwonago. (262) 363-6770; www.elegantfarmer.comGarden Center opens April 22.Elmbrook Garden Club: Meeting and program “Growing, Harvesting a... (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)Jun 10, 2016
Tuesday's High Country Sports Update....
Tampa, Fla.), 20-9Florida Class 7A state champion. Season over.
38. (44) Alamo Heights (San Antonio), 26-7Alamo Heights blanked Borne-Champion (Boerne) 2-0 behind the pitching of Forrest Whitley, who gave up just two hits and struck out 14. The Mules advanced to the Class 5A state tournament.
39. (43) Venice (Fla.), 26-6Season over.
40. (45) Calallen (Corpus Christi, Texas), 27-4Season over.
41. (47) Prestonwood Christian (Plano, Texas), 35-1TAPPS Class 5A state champion. Season over.
42. (48) Hanover (Mechanicsville, Va.), 22-1Hanover won the 4A East Region championship with an 11-0 win over Jamestown on Saturday. Hanover also defeated Luisa 2-0 in the first round of the tournament and Lafayette 14-3 in the semifinals. Hanover advanced to the Class 4A state tournament with the win.
43. (49) Siegel (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), 31-9Tennessee Class AAA state champion. Season over.
44. (50) East (Shawnee Mission, Kan.), 17-4Kansas Class 6A state champion. Season over.
45. (NR) Amarillo (Texas), 32-14Amarillo defeated Midland Lee in two strai... (Go Blue Ridge)May 3, 2016
Local Restaurants Serving Mother's Day Brunch
French toast with champagne berry coulis. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Call 414-672-6000 for a reservation. 814 S. Second St.
Boerner Botanical Gardens: Take mom to get a great view of the spring flowers in bloom and a brunch spread that will be just as colorful. Enjoy a vast array of exquisite entrees, breakfast classics, and mini-desserts, plus made-to-order omelets and build-your-own bloody marys. Reservations are required and service runs from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 9400 Boerner Drive, Hales Corners. (JP)
Café Calatrava: For the art appreciator, the Milwaukee Art Museum’s café is offering cuisine fit for a canvas and a view of Lake Michigan to match. Plus, all meals come with a complimentary mimosa to celebrate mothers everywhere. Because even in a museum full of artwork, she created and raised you, a real piece of work, and for that, she deserves a drink. Seatings at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. 700 N. Art Museum Dr. (JP)
Café Centraal: In addition to the regular brunch options, this Bay View restaurant will be offering mothers complimentary mimosas and champagne. However, they’ll also be handing out free roses, so don’t hesitate to bring Mom to Centraal if her big day needs that extra sentimental kick. Call 414-755-0378 for a reservation. 2306 S. Kinnickinnic Ave. (JB)
Capital Grille: Serving pre-fixe brunch specials, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Signature cocktails such as bellinis, grapefruit bucks and classic mimosas can be paired with brunch entrees like lobster... (Milwaukee Magazine)Apr 22, 2016
Fiesta San Antonio Events Guide: Day 3
SWISD Sports Complex, 11914 Dragon Lane, swisd.net
Texas Corvette Association Car Show
Hundreds of cars will converge on downtown Boerne for this annual corvette show. In addition to cars, the event includes shopping, music and more. Proceeds benefit St. Jude’s Children’s Ranch in Bulverde. Saturday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Main Plaza in downtown Boerne, fiesta-sa.org
Bring chairs and blankets to sit and enjoy the parade that features a marching band, Fiesta royalty, motorcycles, cheerleaders and others. A midway feature games for the kids, food and fun will also be set up onsite. Proceeds support those with disabilities who live at the State Supported Living Facility. Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. San Antonio State Supported Living Facility, 6711 S. New Braunfels Ave., fiesta-sa.org
San Jacinto Victory Celebration
The Daughters of the Republic of Texas’ Alamo Heroes Chapter hosts this ceremony that celebrates the victory at the Battle of San Jacinto 180 years ago. When Fiesta began 125 years ago, it was hosted in an effort to honor those who’d fought in the Battles of San Jacinto and the Alamo. Saturday, 10 a.m.-noon. Alamo Plaza, 300 Alamo Plaza, fiesta-sa.org
Fiesta de los Veteranos
A motorcycle ride and rally will start the day. Military veterans and their families are invited for an afternoon of games, live music, food and fun. Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Audie L. Murphy Memorial Veterans Hospital, 7400 Merton Minter Blvd., fiesta-sa.org
Take a trip back to the big band era with music and costumes reminiscent of the 1930s. Proceeds benefit Preservation Fort Sam, which promotes the preservation of history at Fort Sam Houston. Saturday, 7-11 p.m. Sunset Station, 1174 E. Commerce St., a href="http://www.fiesta-sa.org/events/2016/all-american-canteen" targ... (San Antonio Magazine)Jan 8, 2016
Stark spent his career in oil and gas, ranching
Christopher; and two grandchildren.
Service: Memorial service at noon Saturday at St. Peter's Catholic Church, 202 W. Kronkosky St., Boerne.
Eventually, Stark would switch to the oil and gas industry. In 1995, Stark took a job as a finance executive with Dawson Production Services. Over the course of the next 20 years, Stark, living with his wife and raising two daughters in Boerne, would hold finance executive positions at several San Antonio-area oil and gas companies.
His last job was as controller of Flatrock Environmental and Engineering of San Antonio.
Friends and relatives remember Stark as a devout family man. As daughter Sterling Stark Cuevas remembers, “He gave probably the world’s best bear hug.”
Dina Stark said her husband was happiest cooking steaks in a cast iron skillet for family and friends, while telling stories. Another one of his cooking specialties was peach cobbler.
As a testament to his love of family, Stark was on his way to Dallas to deliver presents on the day after Christmas to his mother, Euline Loafman. He had barely started on the trip when his truck spun out of control, causing the fatal accident.
“He had the steaks in the YETI (cooler) in the back of the truck,” Dina Stark said. “He had the presents, and he was playing Santa Claus one more time. We had a beautiful Christmas Eve and Christmas.”
In lieu of flowers, family suggests donations to the P. Mark Stark Memorial Fund; 7431 Dietz Elkhorn; Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas.
... (mySanAntonio.com)Dec 30, 2015
The verdict is in
Plant trial garden managers:
Jessica Cloninger, Boerner Botanical Gardens (Wisconsin)
Jim Klett, Colorado State University
Michelle Opela, Costa Farms (Florida)
Kaylee Decker, Dallas Arboretum (Texas)
Susan Schmitz, The Gardens at Ball (Illinois)
Robin Dremsa, Kansas State University
Daedre Craig, Michigan State University
Laura Robles, Mast Young Plants (Michigan)
Gene Blythe, Mississippi State University
Bernadette Clark, North Carolina State University
William Barnhill, Ohio State University Cultivar Trials
Adam Sinclair, Penn State University
Denise Frey, PlantHaven (California)
Jessie Liebenguth, Reiman Gardens (Iowa)
Denise Kelly, Smith Gardens (Washington)
James Newburn, University of Tennessee
Jeremy Windemuller, Walters Gardens (Michigan)
Penny Merrit-Price, Young’s Plant Farm (Alabama)
Best overall performance (annual)
A. Bidens ‘CUPCAKE’ Strawberry (PlantHaven), PlantHaven Trial Gardens
Prolific bloomer, color different from usual yellow on the market, long flowering, no seed set.
B. ‘Sunpatiens’ Spreading Tropical Orange (Sakata), Colorado State University
Electric orange flowers were vivid and had a great contrast against beautiful foliage. Plants maintained a high level of flower power all season. It has impressive vigor while the growth was very uniform. Foliage was very attractive all by itself with a dark green edge and bright yellow center. Plants grew well in full sun but are also adaptable to light shade.
C. Begonia ‘Elatior Vermillion Red’ (Beekenkamp), Smith Gardens
Begonias seemed to be a theme this year for trials but this one is a showstopper. The amount of extremely vibrant red flowers that this variety showcases is ama... (Greenhouse Management)