Florists in Canyon Lake, TX
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Canyon Lake Flower Shops
2203 Canyon Lake
Canyon Lake, tx 78133
Canyon Lake TX News
Jun 2, 2017
15000 flowers, shrubs planted to beautify Rapid City
Tuesday to plant upward of 15,000 flowers and shrubs in the city’s parks and entry points. During the winter months, the city’s greenhouse on Canyon Lake Drive produced and nurtured the plants until the perfect season arrived.“I have some big shoes to fill,” said Greenhouse Specialist John Berglund. "Rapid City has always had beautiful flowers and beautiful flower gardens. I’m just keeping up with tradition.”Receiving much of the planting attention from May through June will be Halley Park, Wilson Park, Sunken Gardens, Formal Gardens, Omaha Street, Saint Joe Street, and the Promenade Commons area. There are various tasks that go into maintaining the flowers. “A lot of work, and a lot of time put into them,” Berglund said. We keep them watered, make sure there are no diseases and no bugs on them.”The various flower gardens and frontage areas also include 2,000 rose bushes, which are winterized each fall and uncovered during the summer months. Crews are hoping for warmer temperatures, as most sensitive plants are killed when covered with frost.Much of the planting should be completed by mid-June, and crews will continue maintaining the area throughout the summer. For further details on the project, you can go to rcgov.org. ... (Newscenter1.tv)May 18, 2016
Larimer County areas offer wildflower viewing opportunities
Once things start to warm up, there's lots of beautiful flowers along lots of trails."
Cloudman pointed out a couple of good trails on the Canyon Lakes Ranger District, a part of the Roosevelt National Forest:
• Lady Moon in the Red Feather Lakes area, which will have wild irises blooming starting in mid-June.
• Mount Margaret in the Red Feather Lakes areas, which will have a variety of wildflowers in mid-June.
• Rawah Wilderness, which will have a variety of wildflowers in late summer.
The Pawnee National Grassland has 150 to 180 species of wildflowers, including several varieties of evening primrose, nodding onion and prairie violets, which are already blooming, as well as Tradescantia species and opuntia (prickly pear cactus) that bloom in June, Cloudman said. As temperatures rise, different species take over that are more adapted to the drier, hotter weather, including euphorbia species, buckwheat species, Solanum species and other hardy flowering plants, she said.
"Moisture typically enhances blooming, and spikes in heat or dry weather can shorten the blooming season," Cloudman said.
Larimer County Open Spaces
Prickly pear cactus, opuntia polyacantha, can be found at Horsetooth Mountain Open Space. (Mark Yoder/ Special to the Loveland Reporter-Herald)
One area to find wildflowers at a lower elevation is Devil's Backbone Open Space west of Loveland, where the flowers can start blooming as early as the end of February up to early April, depending on moisture and temperature, said Heather Young, education program coordinator for the Larimer County Department of Natural Resources.
Early bloomers in particular include pasque flowers, which can be found at most of the county's open spaces (the county has 14 open spaces), and sand lilies and Nuttall's violet, she said.
"We have so many showy wildflowers in Larimer County," Young said. "Pay attention, look around and take time to pause. ... I also encourage people to get out often. It's fun to hike the same trail week after week and notice the changes and progression of the species throughout the season."
In areas higher up in elevation, such as Hermit Park Open Space outside of Estes Park, wildflowers like cinquefoil and wild onions will bloom later in the season.
The habitat and life zone — plains, foothills, montane, subalpine and alpine — determine the type of species that will bloom, as does the terrain of rocky, wooden, riparian forest or grassland, Young said. The plains, foothills and montane areas have wildflowers now while the alpine area typically will get flowers in July and August.
"You have this delayed timeline as you go up in elevation in Larimer County," Young said. "There's some overlap in species, but there's some different species as well."
Horsetooth Mountain, Eagle's Nest
Horsetooth Mountain Open Space west of Fort Collins has some pasque flowers that already are blooming and milk vetch and Easter daisies that bloom later in spring.
"We see columbine on all of our properties as well," Young said... (Loveland Reporter-Herald)Jan 8, 2016
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The next Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce luncheon will be held Wednesday, January 13, at 11:30 a.m. in the City Multi-purpose Room at City Hall. Former Mayor Jordan Ehrenkranz will be the guest speaker. Cost of lunch is $8; reservations are suggested by contacting the Chamber office at 951-244-6124 or email@example.com.
Men and women who provide care for their husbands, wives or parents for illnesses such as dementia, Alzheimer's, stroke, heart issues or Parkinson's are invited to attend Caregivers Connection, a support group that meets on the second and fourth Mondays of each month, from 10 a.m. to noon in room 6 of the gym at Canyon Lake Community Church.
The January 11 meeting will offer caregivers an opportunity to share stories and support one another, while the January 23 meeting will feature a discussion regarding... (The Friday Flyer)