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Florists in Canyon, TX

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Canyon Flower Shops

Hr's Flowers & Gifts

2010 4Th Ave
Canyon, TX 79015
(806) 655-2587

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Sep 7, 2020

Fall Home & Garden Directory 2020 - For all your home & garden improvements this fall. - Magazine of Santa Clarita

Call today for a free estimate. Window, Mirror & Door Replacement & Cleaning Preferred Glass & Windows23032 Soledad Canyon Road, Canyon Country661-298-2165 • Fax: 661-255-6017www.preferredglassandwindows.netSince 1969, Preferred Glass & Windows has served the Santa Clarita Valley. We offer a wide variety of windows, doors, shower and tub enclosures, mirrors and other quality products all designed to enhance the beauty and value of your home. Valencia Custom Shower Doors26858 Ruether Ave, Unit A, Santa Clarita661-298-0261Valenciacustomshowerdoors.comValencia Custom Shower Doors is a small, family-owned glass shop. We specialize in custom heavy-glass shower doors, but we also offer mirrors, window repair, and mirrored wardrobe doors. Call us for a free quote today! Window Genie of Santa Clarita661-568-676816641 Nearview Drive, Valenciawww.windowgenie.com/santaclaritaUnleash Genie’s purple power to restore your backyard oasis. We offer window cleaning, pressure washing, gutter cleaning and much more. Our commitment to customer satisfaction and professionalism set us apart. Fast and Free Estimates! !-- .et_pb_galle...

Mar 19, 2020

Eight places to see wildflowers in Southern California - Los Angeles Times

Open sunrise to sunset. Wildflower season through May. No drones and no dogs (other than trained service animals). Advertisement Walker Canyon, Lake Elsinore The superbloom in 2019 brought many visitors to Walker Canyon.(Los Angeles Times) What needs to happen for a good bloom: Lots of rain, sunshine and some wind. This year poppies are germinating slowly, so a super bloom is unlikely.If the best happens: You may see hills blanketed with California poppies covering acres of desert chaparral. Blue dicks, yellow-petaled monolopias, beavertail cactus, wishbone bush, Coulter’s matilija poppies andspineflowers also grow here.Watch out for: Crowds. Last year’s superbloom drew so many visitors — about 150,000 on a mid-March weekend — that the trails looked like lines outside big-box stores on Black Friday. Carry plenty of water and stay on the trail to avoid rattlesnakes.Info: Walker Canyon; (951) 674-3124, lake-elsinore.org/poppies. Free public trails. No dogs except registered service animals. Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area What needs to happen for a good bloom: Above-average rainfall is essential. Fire is part of the natural ecosystem here, and the Woolsey fire in 2018 burned 88% of the recreation area. Wildflowers usually do well after a fire so this could be a good — but not spectacular — year. The peak occurs in April and May, with various species appearing until the end of June.If the best happens: You may see ceanothus, lupine, poppies, California encelia, sticky monkey flower, many species of phacelia, California goldfields, blue dick, matilija poppies and possibly rare chocolate lilies and bush poppies. Wildflowers line a trail in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.(Jason Armond / Los Angeles Times) Advertisement Watch out for: Rattlesnakes.Info: Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area; (805) 370-2301. Free guided wildflower hikes. Parts of the park are still closed because of the fire. Griffith Park What needs to happen for a good bloom: Lots of rain at specific times for different species.If the best happens: If you’re lucky, you may see mariposa lilies, delphinium larkspur and stands of penstemon. If not, visitors will see the regulars: California or bush sunflower and stands of phacelia. Watch out for: Poison oak, so stay on trails. Little shade. Carry water. Info: Griffith Park, (323) 644-2050. Open 5 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Dogs on leash at all times.No bicycles on trails. Chino Hills State Park figure class="Figure" readabilit...

Mar 19, 2020

Coronavirus: Six beautiful flower places that are safe to visit. - Los Angeles Times

Advertisement Info: Adults, $14; students and military, $10; children 3 to 17, $8; younger than 3 free. 1212 Mission Canyon Road, Santa Barbara; sbbg.orgFlower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch You won’t be able to walk among Carlsbad’s Flower Fields right now, but you can still see them.(Carlsbad Flower Fields) Ranunculus love rain; it makes the stems stronger, the blossoms brighter. The delicate flowers (a.k.a. Persian buttercups) are in bloom right now at the Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch.The site is closed to walk-in visitors because of coronavirus precautions, but you can still drive up to an overlook that offers an expansive view of the 50 acres of flowers and the ocean. Advertisement From the 5 freeway, take the Palomar Airport exit, drive east and up the hill toward the Grand Pacific Palisades Resort. Then turn left on Armada Drive in front of the resort to see the flowers.Info: theflowerfields.comCalifornia Botanic Garden California native shrub ceanothus blooms at the California Botanic Garden in Claremont.(California Botanic Garden) Claremont’s recently renamed California Botanic Garden (a.k.a. Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden) is the perfect place to take a stroll to see all the native California plants that grow here, including redwood and Joshua trees.The garden has postponed upcoming events but “remains open to provide our community with a beautiful outdoor space for relaxation and peace in this trying time,” the website says.Info: Adults, $10; seniors and students, $6; children, 3 to 12, $4; children younger than 3, free. 1500 N. College Ave., Claremont; calbg.orgLompoc flower fields Lompoc’s commercial flower fields erupt in spring.(Bottle Branding) Expect colorful swaths of larkspur, delphinium a...

Mar 19, 2020

With fewer flowers, Lake Elsinore hills more brown than orange - Press-Enterprise

A modest wildflower bloom is bursting through the brown-and-dry landscape at Lake Elsinore’s Walker Canyon.But this year’s California poppy show pales in comparison to the dramatic 2019 superbloom that painted the canyon’s hills a brilliant orange and drew hundreds of thousands of awestruck visitors. Fiddleneck blooms along a trail as hikers make their way down Walker Canyon in Lake Elsinore on Friday, March 6, 2020. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) Hikers make their way up a trail in Walker Canyon in Lake Elsinore on Friday, March 6, 2020. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsA small patch of California poppies blooms along a trail in Walker Canyon in Lake Elsinore on Friday, March 6, 2020. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) Fiddleneck blooms along a trail in Walker Canyon in Lake Elsinore on Friday, March 6, 2020. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) A bee collects pollen on a fiddleneck blooming in Walker Canyon in Lake Elsinore on Friday, March 6, 2020...

Feb 27, 2020

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

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 reaching its peak.He also expects that flowers will be blooming soon along Box Canyon Road, about three miles east of Mecca.Barrows, meanwhile, recommended checking out early-blooming flowers near the south entrance to Joshua Tree National Park.If you’re planning aheadMission Springs Canyon, located off Highway 62 and Mission Creek Road should begin blooming in the next couple of weeks, Cornett said. The canyon is about 1,000 miles above the desert floor, he says, so it typically reaches peak bloom in late March or early April.Rebecca Plevin is a reporter for The Desert Sun. Reach her at rebecca.plevin@desertsun.com. Follow her on Twitter at @rebeccaplevin.

Feb 27, 2020

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

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 reaching its peak.He also expects that flowers will be blooming soon along Box Canyon Road, about three miles east of Mecca.Barrows, meanwhile, recommended checking out early-blooming flowers near the south entrance to Joshua Tree National Park.If you’re planning aheadMission Springs Canyon, located off Highway 62 and Mission Creek Road should begin blooming in the next couple of weeks, Cornett said. The canyon is about 1,000 miles above the desert floor, he says, so it typically reaches peak bloom in late March or early April.Rebecca Plevin is a reporter for The Desert Sun. Reach her at rebecca.plevin@desertsun.com. Follow her on Twitter at @rebeccaplevin.