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Order flowers and gifts from Paradise Florist located in El Paso TX for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 11980 Manuel Acosta, El Paso Texas 79936 Zip. The phone number is (915) 858-6077. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Paradise Florist in El Paso TX. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Paradise Florist delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Paradise Florist
Address:
11980 Manuel Acosta
City:
El Paso
State:
Texas
Zip Code:
79936
Phone number:
(915) 858-6077
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Aug 3, 2020

El Paso, New Mexico florists create tribute to Walmart mass shooting victims - El Paso Times

Maria Cortes Gonzalez El Paso TimesPublished 8:12 PM EDT Jul 31, 2020A group of florists from El Paso, Las Cruces and other parts of New Mexico are creating a tribute to the 23 victims of the El Paso mass shooting using moss and dried flowers.The goal is to use 23 silhouettes to create a colorful, emotional and uplifting visual at this weekend's opening of the El Paso County Community Healing Garden through the beauty of sunflowers, cosmos, zinnias, roses, and larkspur.The moss represents the healing garden that is being created, and the flowers in all colors represent life, people and unity.Young victims such as 15-year-old Javier Amir Rodriguez, formerly of Horizon City, will have a silhouette covered completely in flowers as their lives were cut short and didn't get to bloom, the florists said. The teen was about to start high school in El Paso.Each of the silhouettes will be holding a star in one hand, representative of the Star on the Mountain in El Paso.The silhouettes will be displayed along the road...

Nov 9, 2019

Local flower shops “petaling it forward” Wednesday - week.com

East Peoria is just one of many participating in the area. Other shops “petaling” it forward include: Picket Fence in Chillicothe Ivy Gardens in El Paso Flower Basket in Eureka Flowers by Julia in Princeton G.P. Miller Floral in Peoria Sterling Flower Shop in Peoria Hy-Vee in Peoria Despite the rebuild, the Greenhouse Flower Shop in Pekin will be participating at the Pekin Post Office and Beechams Market in Tremont. ...

Jun 14, 2018

Meet the 'flower children' behind some beautiful Dallas gardens

Mansfield in high school.Godina also helped her mother in the garden when she was a child. But in El Paso, helping out meant watering twice a day in an attempt to keep plants alive in the desert climate and picking up pecans as they fell from the tree. When Godina was 15, she began to spend summers in Colorado, living with her sister and working on landscaping crews.

Jun 16, 2017

Slow Flower Movement takes root in southern New Mexico

Flower Farms in La Mesa, NM in 2012. Today, the farm is a partially woman-owned and woman-operated business with both wholesale and retail sales in El Paso, Las Cruces and southern New Mexico.Customers include flower shops, flower designers and retail customers in stores such as the Toucan Market in Las Cruces. Calhoun Flower Farms will also be involved with FARMesilla, a local market that will offer produce grown in the Mesilla Valley, scheduled to open this summer.Buy PhotoSusannah Calhoun, at her flower farm in La Mesa, shows a photo covered in plexiglass where she records which flowers are planted in each row, Wednesday, May 17, 2017. (Photo: Josh Bachman/Sun-News)       Knowledge passed down through generationsCalhoun credits her family for providing her with a solid foundation in agriculture. “My grandmother, NaDeanne Calhoun, was a master gardener and deeply involved with the Iris Society of Las Cruces,” she said. “Whenever we visited as kids, she’d quiz us on the flowers in her garden.” To learn the business of farming, she has worked side by side with her father, who taught her the basics of good farming along with the mechanics of driving a tractor and using other farm equipment.“My parents were all about experimenting and research,” she said. “They’d give us packs of seeds and we’d go out and learn about them on our own. We made plenty of mistakes but we eventually made something beautiful.”Calhoun Flower Farms produces flowers throughout most of the year except during November, December and January, when the weather is coldest. “We’re planning to add a hoop house, a more frugal option for a greenhouse, for year-round growing,” Calhoun said. She plants flowers two to three times a week to keep a consistent crop on hand for harvesting, and practices eco-friendly and sustainable planting as much as possible.The farm has been profitable since its first year and sales have grown in every year since. According to Calhoun, it is on track to triple revenues this year.Today, Calhoun said, her father and sister are still involved in the business but aren’t around as much because they are confident in her ability to run operations. Instead, she now spends a part of every day traveling with him to learn about his business, Calhoun Farm ... (Las Cruces Sun-News)

Apr 27, 2017

FloraFEST returns to the Chihuahua Desert Garden

FloraFEST gives El Paso the opportunity to learn about the different plant varieties that are well adapted to the region.According to Mullins, the event draws close to 2,500 people coming through during the two-day plant sale. “It’s wonderful to see when they open the gates for people to come in and all you can see is the whole place covered in pink, purple, red and so many different colors,” Mullins said.With almost 3,000 plant varieties at the FloraFEST, local master gardeners will be at the event for people to come by and learn about the plants they are purchasing. “We have plant-pros all four hours and an information center in the middle of everything, there are people with a name tag that says ‘Provider,’ and those people can tell you what kind of plant works best for you,” Mullins said. “We will also have people from the El Paso Native Plant Society and other expertise at the event, so don’t hesitate to ask questions if you don’t know the plants.”FloraFEST will take place on April 29 and 30, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the plaza between the Undergraduate Learning Center  and the Centennial Museum on campus. (The Prospector)

Mar 30, 2017

Cornelius D. Flowers Jr.

United States Army with the 82nd Airborne Division with a tour in Germany. He married Lily Pauline McGovern June 22,1962 in El Paso, Texas and after several moves settled in Wichita Falls in 1975. He was a member of Sunnyside Baptist Church. Cornelius was a loving father, grandfather, and being a great-grandfather. He never met a strangler, and for the ones that knew him, he was very outspoken. Cornelius was a jack of all trades and taught himself how to play the banjo and guitar. He worked for an oil field manufacture, Howmet, and Beacon Lighthouse. Cornelius watched old westerns shows, and loved Bluegrass music. He will be missed by many friends.He was preceded in death by his wife, Lily Pauline Flowers; his parents; his sister, Joyce Faye Gary; and a great- grandson, Brandon Jr.Cornelius is survived by his children, Lori Willburn and husband Roy, and William Eugene Flowers; his grandchildren, Brandon and wife, Nicole, Jared and wife, Edy, Jennifer Teruel and husband, Salvador, Brittany Prince, Caryn and Tony Becker, Cody, Brady, and Braden; his great-grandchildren, Keegan, Kolby, Kendal, Joseph, Emily, Keith, Franny, Jake, Lily, Jaiden, Damien, and Marshall.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice of Wichita Falls, 4909 Johnson Rd, Wichita Falls, Texas 76310.Condolences may be sent to the family at www.owensandbrumley.comRead or Share this story: http://wtrne.ws/2mDgcrQ... (Times Record News)

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