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Business name:
Rose Petal Florist
Address:
3525 Gulf Freeway
City:
Dickinson
State:
Texas
Zip Code:
77539
Phone number:
(832) 340-7382
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Flowers and Gifts News

Nov 15, 2018

Ask Amy: I told him no flowers, but he never listens

DEAR AMY: A few months ago, I was upset with my husband, and he sent me flowers. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune) I told him it was a nice gesture, but I would rather not get flowers because I think it is a waste of money, and flowers eventually have to be thrown out. It was my birthday recently, and he asked me what I wanted. I couldn’t think of anything. (We’ve been married for 15 years and I have usually bought my own birthday presents.) So, he got me flowers again. I asked him if he remembered I would rather not get flowers because I would rather not waste the money on something I would have to throw away. He said he remembered, but he wanted me to know he was thinking about me and didn’t know what to get me. I’m upset! I feel like he doesn’t listen to me or take me seriously. This isn’t the only time this kind of thing has happened. I feel like he’s just checking off a list: wife’s birthday — send flowers — check. Am I making too big a deal out of it? Should I just be happy with the flowers? U...

Oct 12, 2018

Wallingford flower shop owner celebrates 92nd birthday with town proclamation

Doreen Yanelli, Greco's daughter, contacted Mayor William W. Dickinson Jr.'s office a couple weeks ago and asked if he would mark the occasion and acknowledge her contributions to the local business community."He was more than happy to do that," Yanelli said.The mayor's office issued the proclamation on Sept. 28. "I'm used to bring proud of my mother and father," Yanelli said. "They are Wallingford."Greco had three children, and has four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren."The Wallingford Flower and Gift Shoppe has created beautiful bouquets and floral arrangements for countless special occasions," the proclamation stated, "which have touched the lives of many of us throughout the years."When she's not at the shop, Greco said she enjoys the company of her family and relaxing at home. She's a parishioner of Most Holy Trinity Church, a former volunteer at the Masonicare Gift Shop and was involved with other civic groups.While they're thrilled with the public recognition, the family plans to celebrate Greco's birthday privately today.On Friday, friends and customers called Greco to wish her a happy birthday. She even got a long distance call from her niece in Italy."I don't speak Italian very well, but we did OK," Greco said. LTakores@record-journal.com
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Oct 12, 2018

Flower shop owner honored with mayoral proclamation

Doreen Yanelli, Greco's daughter, contacted Mayor William W. Dickinson Jr.'s office a couple weeks ago and asked if he would mark the occasion and acknowledge her contributions to the local business community. "He was more than happy to do that," Yanelli said. The mayor's office issued the proclamation on Sept. 28. "I'm used to bring proud of my mother and father," Yanelli said. "They are Wallingford." Greco had three children, and has four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. "The Wallingford Flower and Gift Shoppe has created beautiful bouquets and floral arrangements for countless special occasions," the proclamation stated, "which have touched the lives of many of us throughout the years." When she's not at the shop, Greco said she enjoys the company of her family and relaxing at home. She's a parishioner of Most Holy Trinity Church, a former volunteer at the Masonicare Gift Shop and was involved with other civic groups. While they're thrilled with the public recognition, the family plans to celebrate Greco's birthday privately today. On Friday, friends and customers called Greco to wish her a happy birthday. She even got a long distance call from her niece in Italy. "I don't speak Italian very well, but we did OK," Greco said. ___ Online: https://bit.ly/2E8onJ6 ___ Information from: Record-Journal, http://www.record-journal.com ...

Jan 26, 2018

Between the Rows: Emily Dickinson's inspired world of poetry and flowers

Emily Dickinson was born into a prominent Amherst family, so everyone knew who she was. She attended the Amherst Academy and went on to the Mount Holyoke Female Seminary (as Mount Holyoke College was called at the time) for a period before she went back home to garden and write poetry. She was more known for her gardening than her poetry in those days; now she is more known for her poetry and her reclusiveness than her gardening. In the spring of 2010, both sides of her were showcased at the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) exhibit titled Emily Dickinson’s Garden — The Poetry of Flowers. This exhibit presented Emily Dickinson as gardener and botanist as well as a poet, and the ways her observations of nature and love of flowers fed her poetry. The original garden was no longer in existence at the time of this exhibit, but research and a close reading of her poems were the basis for recreating the gardens around the Dickinson house. The exhibit also included a conservatory, a reminder of the... (The Recorder)

Apr 20, 2017

A Farewell to Flowers: Botanical Garden's Leader Steps Down

New York cityscapes with miniature buildings fashioned from seeds, pine cones and other bits of dried plant material.MONET, KAHLO AND DICKINSON The garden’s annual scholarly exhibitions explore how plants inspired historical figures in the realms of science, art and culture. Past shows have brought to light the herbs and roses that interested Emily Dickinson; reinterpretations of Monet’s garden at Giverny (left and top) and Frida Kahlo’s in Mexico City; and the primroses that Darwin hand-pollinated at his home in Kent, England. This week, workers finished installing glass sculptures by Dale Chihuly; red translucent spears, rippled purple windowpanes and swirled polychrome spheres are emerging from pools and waterfalls.A WALK IN THE WOODS In 50 largely primeval acres, a swath of woodlands once trod by the Lenape Indians has been known for the last decade as the Thain Family Forest, another restoration that took place under Mr. Long. Here the staff has rooted out nonnative honeysuckles and knotweeds throughout groves of maple, beech, hickory, sweet gum, oak, ash and tulip trees. The rocks along the paths bear traces of Pleistocene glaciers; salamanders inhabit the streambeds; and hawks soar above the leaf canopy.

Dec 15, 2016

Longwood Gardens brightens holiday season in style

On New Year’s Eve, Longwood offers a variety of performances for the entire family. Organ music will fill the Ballroom from 3–9 pm, Rob Dickinson and the Brandywine Christmas Minstrels perform from 2–8 pm throughout the Gardens, Galena Brass will create a festive atmosphere at the Peirce du Pont House from 4–9 pm, while rhythmic Steel Drums take center stage at the East Plaza. Guests should buy their tickets before arriving at the Gardens to ensure admittance because there is no admittance to the gardens without a timed admission ticket. Longwood Gardens is on US Route 1 near Kennett Square, PA. For more information, visit www.longwoodgardens.org or call (610) 388-1000. (The Philadelphia Tribune)

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