Florists in Castroville, TX
Find local Castroville, Texas florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Castroville 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.
Castroville Flower Shops
Castroville TX News
Jun 22, 2017
Aromas Home and School Club greets folks on Flower and Farm Tour
Watsonville: Suncrest, California Pajarosa Floral and Kitayama Brothers, joining with Succulent Gardens of Castroville.Partnering sponsors for the event were, PG&E, Santa Cruz County Bank, System USA Inc., American Ag Credit, Crop Production Services, RMP Packaging, Ag and Commercial, Santa Cruz Sentinel, California Cut Flowers Commission, and Santa Cruz Farm Bureau.Jun 16, 2017
Plant lovers to converge on greenhouses
This year’s Open GreenhousesSucculent Gardens, 2133 Elkhorn Road, Castroville, www.sgplants.com. Product available for purchase: Succulents in all sizes, container gardens, pottery, and vertical gardening products. Fundraiser: 10% of proceeds to Elkhorn Slough Foundation. Succulent Gardens is a wholesale and retail nursery in Castroville and grows around 400 varieties of succulents in sizes ranging from 2" pots to specimen plants both popular and rare.Buy PhotoSpectacular aloe on display at Succulent Gardens (Photo: Joe Truskot/The Salinas Californian)Kitayama Brothers, 481 San Andreas Road, Watsonville, www.kitayamabrothers.com. Product available for purchase: Gerbera daisy plants, cut flowers, local produce and fruit, food, beer from a local brewery and other refreshments. Fundraiser: all proceeds will go to the Friends of Santa Cruz County State Parks. Our vendors pledge 10% to Friends of State Parks. Kitayama Brosthers started in 1949 when 4 brothers, 3 family members and one hired hand came together to form the company. Through hard work, experience and a desire to grow quality carnations, success was not far away.Today, with 5 family members, a team of 99, and 2 million square feet of greenhouses, KB produces Oriental and Asiatic Hybrid Lilies, Gerberas, Lisianthus, Snapdragons, Iris, Tulips, Stock, Calla Lilies and Gardenias. From the Greenhouse to the grade to our shipping area for custom packing, the flowers never leave water. Methods of growing have changed since 1949 but the commitment to outstanding flowers is only getting stronger, according to the website. Showcasing: 11 a.m. – Simple Floral Design Instruction by Nita Robertson of Santa Cruz Floral; 11:30 a.m. – Youth Flower Design Contest; 12 p.m. – Tamale Judging followed by a Tamale Eating Contest. Refreshments available for purchase include tamales, beer, water, and snacks. Speaker and demo area is handicap accessible, but the tour is on sandy soil, so it is difficult for wheelchairs. Public restrooms are available.Buy PhotoGerbera daisies growing in Kitayama Broth... (The Salinas Californian - The Salinas Californian)Jun 22, 2016
Politicos arrange blooms in annual floral design contest
Four Winds Growers, 238 Carpenteria Road, Aromas; Kitayama Brothers, 481 San Andreas Road, Watsonville; and Succulent Gardens, 2133 Elkhorn Road, Castroville.
Information: 831-274-4008 or montereybayfarmtours.org.
WATSONVILLE >> Each contestant stood, shears in hand, before an identical yellow bucket filled with baby’s breath, hydrangea, gerbera daisies, butterfly bush, sunflowers, roses, green trick dianthus and kumquats on the stem.
“This year we’ve invited local candidates and politicians to compete,” said Santa Cruz County Farm Bureau Executive Director Jess Brown. “We’re tired of all the debating, so we’ve decided to see what they could do with flower design.”
At the count of three, the politicians reached for the flowers, signaling the start to the 7th annual Flower Design Throwdown, a five-minute, winner-take-all, gladiator battle of flower arranging.
Jimmy Panetta, 20th District Congressional candidate, hacked away with his shears; his opponent, Casey Lucius, separated the red, white and blue flowers; Karina Cervantez Alejo, 30th District Assembly District candidate, bundled like-sized stems; and Watsonville City Councilmember Jimmy Dutra avoided rose thorns as he worked.
Meanwhile, dark horse contestant Heidi Perlmutter, a staff member for Anna Cabal... (Santa Cruz Sentinel)Apr 28, 2016
Home and Garden Digest: Salinas animal shelter holds benefit plant sale
Pacific Grove museum and CNPS members; there are higher ticket prices for non-residents.
For information, see pgmuseum.org.
Learn to create container garden
Succulent Gardens hosts a container gardening class at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 16.
Cost is $20, which includes enough soil for one container garden and three 2-inch plants. You can purchase a container and additional plants at the nursery, or bring your own.
Succulent Gardens is at 2133 Elkhorn Road. For information, call 831-632-0482 or see www.sgplants.com.
Cactus and Succulent group meets Sunday
The next meeting of the Monterey Bay Area Cactus and Succulent Society will focus on best practices for the plants’ care and maintenance.
California Succulents owner Naomi Bloss will discuss soil composition, light exposure and differences in watering summer-blooming and winter-blooming varieties. She will also share how to stage and display plants for shows or for your home.
The meeting is a potluck at 12:30 p.m. followed by the program at 1 p.m. Sunday, April 17. It will be held at the VFW Hall, 1960 Freedom Blvd. For more information, see mbsucculent.org.
ID garden pests at club potluck
The Marina Tree and Garden Club holds its spring potluck from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 21.
Bring a pest from your garden (in containers) or examples of damaged plants, and Greg Simmons will help ID the culprits and share information on integrated pest management.
Also bring your own plate and utensils, plus a dish to share.
The potluck is free and open to non-garden club members. It will be held in the Community Room of the Marina Library, 190 Seaside Circle.
For more information, see www.marinatreeandgarden.org.
(Monterey County Herald)