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Flowers

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Florists in Brenham, TX

Find local Brenham, Texas florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Brenham 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.

Brenham Flower Shops

Brenham Klein Flowers

801 S Market Stste A And B
Brenham, TX 77833
(979) 251-7000

Flower Market

212 East Main Street
Brenham, TX 77833
(979) 836-2252

Brenham TX News

Oct 21, 2016

Garden Calendar for Oct. 21

Bryan: 500 N. Main St. between 21st and 22nd streets. Locally grown fresh produce and other items. www.brazosvalleyfarmersmarket.com or 229-5503. Brenham Farmers Market, 8 a.m. to noon. 307 S. Park St., Brenham. TUESDAY Brazos County Master Gardeners, 7 p.m. Brazos Center, 3232 Briarcrest Drive, Bryan. Program: "Useful Native Plants" presented by Henry Flowers, the garden director at the International Festival Institute in Round Top. Known for his expertise with herbs, Flowers is also recognized nationally for his culinary and creative abilities with plant materials. Free and open to the public. brazosmg.com. THURSDAY "Garden Success," noon to 1 p.m. The radio show with Skip Richter, County Extension Agent Horticulture, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. Listen to Richter's advice on gardening in the Brazos Valley on KAMU-FM 90.9. (Bryan-College Station Eagle)

Apr 22, 2016

Looking for wildflowers in 20 steps

Braunfels. 12. Again, nothing spectacular to report. Flowers were supposed to be a sight to behold southwest of Austin. 13. So they went to Bastrop, Brenham, LaGrange and back to Bastrop. 14. After watching the severe weather reports, they decided to head home. 15. But not before they made "the required trip to Fredericksburg," Marge said. 16. "Wildseed Farm was gorgeous, as usual," she added. 17. They chose to come home on U.S. 87, and when they got to Mason the wildflower show began! 18. "If anyone wants to see bluebonnets, now is the time," Marge said. 19. The drive Between Mason and Brady put the rest of their trip to shame, Marge said. "Pretty much solid blues, yellows and reds were on both sides of the road and in the median all the way from Mason to Brady." 20. "The drive from Brady to Mason is worth (it) for anyone," Marge said. But, she added, "I wouldn't wait too long. I think they are at their peak." ... (San Angelo Standard Times)

Mar 11, 2016

Changeable weather could help, hurt Texas wildflower displays

Andrea DeLong-Amaya, horticulture director at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center; Patricia Manning, professional botanist, Alpine; Lu Hollander, Brenham/Washington County Convention & Visitors Bureau; Suzzanne Chapman, Mercer Arboretum and Botanic Gardens; and Rhoda Poenisch, Olivia Sievers Ross, MJ Hansen, and Jerry Morrisey, chapters of the Native Plant Society of Texas. Wildflower Sightings For wildflower bloom updates, visit sites such as http://www.wildflowersightings.org, http://www.wildflowerhaven.com and http://bluebonnetlove.com. Helping Texas’ Wildflowers To learn what seeds you can sow to boost wildflowers statewide, visit: http://bit.ly/1OIDukF. To learn details about wildflowers nationally, visit the center’s native plant guide: http://www.wildflower.org/plants. (Your Houston News)

Feb 3, 2016

ROUNDUP: The Woodlands tops Kingwood in District 16-6A

District 19-5A win for the Bulldogs (8-12, 3-4). Magnolia travels to Tomball Jan. 26 to begin the second round of district games. Brenham 55, Magnolia West 49 The Mustangs played the District 19-5A first-place Cubs tough but came up short. Brenham led just by three at halftime and by one after three quarters. Magnolia West was led by Chris Lynch with 15 points, Colin Just with 12 and DJ Wilkinson with eight. The Mustangs are 1-6 in district play. Summer Creek 63, Oak Ridge 59 The War Eagles came out on the wrong side of an evenly played District 16-6A game. Tyler Dawson netted a team-high 23 points for Oak Ridge (7-17, 0-6) while Darius Love added 20. Klein 45, Montgomery 31 Phillip Dinning led the Bears with 11 points. Montgomery remains winless in District 15-6A at 0-7. GIRLS BASKETBALL Conroe 50, College Park 29 Senior forward Jordan Allen led the way for the Tigerettes with 15 points, as Conroe continued to dominate District 16-6A. The Tigerettes (18-10, 7-1) also got 14 points from junior guard Maya Grant. College Park (7-13, 3-5) was led by junior center Jasmine Atobajeun with eight points. Next, the Lady Cavaliers will play host to Atascocita and Conroe will play at The Woodlands on Tuesday. The Woodlands 41, Kingwood 29 Payton Walker had a double-double of 12 points and 15 rebounds as the Lady Highlanders evened up their District 16-6A record at 4-4. Julia Glandt added 11 points for The Woodlands (13-13 overall) while Meghan Musso had seven points. Magnolia 52, Waller 37 Senior Hannah Coyle led the Lady Bulldogs to a District 19-5A victory with 15 points and seven rebounds. Katie Dalton and Lexi Bearden each had 10 points and six rebounds as the Lady Bulldogs improve to 13-10 over and remain tied for first place in district play at 8-1. Montgomery 31, Klein 29 The Lady Bears entered a big District 15-6A win as they hung on to the lead throughout the fourth quarter with a 6-for-7 effort from the line. Veronica Thayer led Montgomery (4-5 in district play) with 15 points, nine rebounds and three steals. Da’Trinique Jones had seven points and a season-high 16 rebounds. Mallory Talbert had 11 rebounds and three steals to go along with two points. A&M Consolidated 71, Willis 45 Willis got off to a slow start in a District 18-5A game with just 16 first-half points. Kindallyn Reece and DeSeanna Murphy each had 14 points to lead Willis, which drops to 2-7 in district play. Covenant Christian 43, Frassati Catholic 39 The Lady Cougars won their fourth straight TAPPS District 8-2A win. Juniors Petri Louise deJager had 16 points and eight boards while Jean-Mari deJager added six points, 11 rebounds and seven steals. Freshman Laine Harper had nine p... (Your Houston News)