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Business name:
Glass The Florist
Address:
409 N Travis Ave
City:
Cameron
State:
Texas
Zip Code:
76520
Phone number:
(254) 697-6615
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Oct 15, 2020

Obituary: Kristine Lynne Franklin - Prescott Daily Courier

Franklin and Dustin Franklin; her parents, Bob and Sharon Allen, all of Prescott Valley; grandchildren, Gavin and Mackenzie Franklin and Jayden and Cameron Mitchell; sister, Dian (Jason) Wood, Chino Valley, Arizona; brother-in-law, John (Chris) Franklin, Phoenix, Arizona; and sister-in-law, Felicia (Pete) Falzone, Glendale, Arizona, and numerous nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. at The Potter’s House, 5195 N. Highway 89, in Prescott. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Kindred Hospice, who provided wonderful care or The Potter’s House World Evangelism Fund. Sunrise Funeral Home handled the arrangements. Information provided by survivors.

May 1, 2020

This tech-enabled flower startup offers at-home floral arranging kits - Technical.ly

Poppy launched a new initiative to offer at-home floral arranging kit with shipping nationwide.The Ivy City-based startup was founded last year by Cameron Hardesty, the former head of product at UrbanStems. Hardesty first learned about floral design while working at The White House flower shop back in 2014. After arranging the flowers for her own wedding in 2017, Hardesty decided to launch Poppy as a direct-to-consumer, ecommerce company with a mission to make picking event flowers a fun and easy process.Poppy launched the brand new Poppy At Home product to provide a distraction while we’re all social distancing at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.“In times like these, once we are lucky enough to have our basic needs met, we have to pay attention to the needs of our souls and our hearts,” said Hardesty in a statement. “We won’t get through this any other way.”For $68, consumers can purchase a Poppy At Home floral arranging kit, which includes up to 55 stems of flowers that were grown at the base of the Cotopaxi volcano in Ecuador, according to the company. Each purchase comes with access to video and written arranging tutorials. Poppy has four different ...

Feb 27, 2020

Will there be a superbloom this year in the California desert? Here's where to spy early wildflowers - Desert Sun

Unless we get some good mid- to late-February or March rains, this isn’t going to be a spectacular year at all,” said Cameron Barrows, who specializes in desert ecology at the University of California, Riverside’s Center for Conservation Biology. Prevalence of wildflowers is also influenced by other factors including rainfall patterns and temperatures, he said.But Palm Springs-based ecological consultant James Cornett is more optimistic.“All in all, it will be a good year in most places,” he said. Noting that rain storms could still hit the desert in the next two months, he added: “We’re waiting to see if it becomes a great year.”Wildflowers typically emerge in the California desert in late January, so here are the first places in the California desert to look for big blooms. And a reminder: Respect the flowers. When you tromp through a field of flowers to take a photo, you crush that entire patch of blooms.The earliest bloomsAcross the California desert, the first place that blooms big is the south-facing Edom Hill, near the intersection of Date Palm Drive and Varner Road in Cathedral City, Cornett says. There, he says, floral fans will find desert sunflowers, sand verbena and Arizona lupine.Another place to spot early blooms is along Interstate 10 throughout the Coachella Valley, he says. To prevent rubber-necking for flowers, however, Cornett offers a detour: From Cathedral City, travel north on Date Palm toward the highway and then turn right on Varner and go toward Thousand Palms.If you’re feeling adventurousOswit Canyon, located near the intersection of Bogart Trail and South Palm Canyon in Palm Springs, also blooms early, Cornett said. He says he has already spotted some flowers there — in...

Feb 27, 2020

Will there be a dazzling 'super bloom' of flowers in California this year? - USA TODAY

USA TODAY Network.“Unless we get some good mid- to late-February or March rains, this isn’t going to be a spectacular year at all,” said Cameron Barrows, who specializes in desert ecology at the University of California, Riverside’s Center for Conservation Biology. Prevalence of wildflowers is also influenced by other factors including rainfall patterns and temperatures, he said.But ecological consultant James Cornett is more optimistic.“All in all, it will be a good year in most places,” he said. Noting that rain storms could still hit the desert in the next two months, he added: “We’re waiting to see if it becomes a great year.”Wildflowers typically emerge in the California desert in late January, so here are the first places in the California desert to look for big blooms. And a reminder: Respect the flowers. When you tromp through a field of flowers to take a photo, you crush that entire patch of blooms.The earliest bloomsAcross the California desert, the first place that blooms big is the south-facing Edom Hill, near the intersection of Date Palm Drive and Varner Road in Cathedral City, Cornett says. There, he says, floral fans will find desert sunflowers, sand verbena and Arizona lupine.Another place to spot early blooms is along Interstate 10 throughout the Coachella Valley, he says. To prevent rubber-necking for flowers, however, Cornett offers a detour: From Cathedral City, travel north on Date Palm toward the highway and then turn right on Varner and go toward Thousand Palms.If you’re feeling adventurousOswit Canyon, located near the intersection of Bogart Trail and South Palm Canyon in Palm Springs, also blooms early, Cornett said. He says he has already spotted some flowers there — including wild heliotrope, chuparosa and brown-eyed primrose — but says it’s far from reac...

Jul 6, 2018

Drought can't stop this bright crop of flowers from blooming

It has been lovely everyone has been getting together,” she said. KNITTING TOGEHTHER: Freestone residents Helen Cameron, Pam Coy, Violet Trigg, Erin Keong and Kate Hargreaves have been getting together every week to make the Freestone Hall facade for Jumpers and Jazz this year. Marian faa "Community is so important and the hall has been here for such a long time, so we want to find a way for everyone to get involved.”Even the students at Freestone State School have been putting their little hands to hard work, making the bees that will perch on bright sunflowers around the hall. "This would the only crop of sunflowers that drought hasn't affected,” Freestone resident Graeme Shelley said.The theme was chosen to reflect the iconic attraction that draws both locals and tourists to Freestone when fields are in bloom. A breakfast and morning tea at the Freestone Hall will be held on July 21 from 8am with yarn-bombing, a car display and plenty of scrumptious food. The impressive knitted project will be unveiled along with an official opening of the hall's new amenities by Southern Downs mayor Tracy Dobie at 11am.

Mar 23, 2018

Our Past: City of fountains and flowers

Center after 112 days with the device.In 1998, “Titanic” tied an Academy Awards record by winning 11 Oscars, including best picture, director (James Cameron) and song (“My Heart Will Go On”).I...

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