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Business name:
Patti Ann's Flowers
Address:
7043 Main St
City:
Frisco
State:
Texas
Zip Code:
75034
Phone number:
(972) 377-9351
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Jun 19, 2020

Obituary: Eric Hartwell | SummitDaily.com - Summit Daily News

A celebration of Eric’s life will be held at a future date in New Hampshire. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Building Hope, PO Box 1771, Frisco, CO 80443. To share a memory or offer a condolence please visit http://www.cournoyerfh.com for more information.

May 1, 2020

Where to see bluebonnets and wildflowers in Dallas-Fort Worth while social distancing - culturemap.com

J.C. Penney headquarters on Legacy Drive. Another is along the Bluebonnet Trail Greenbelt, just east of where the trail crosses Custer Road. Frisco's got some pretty ones just outside Zion Cemetery. For those making it a day-long adventure, farther out of the Metroplex, there are patches at the entrance to Mallard Park in Lavon (about 30 miles north of McKinney) and fields of wildflowers off Highway 75 in Denison and Sherman, spotters say. Practical considerationsBefore you head out on a country drive, remember we are living in a world without pit stops at roadside Whataburgers. Plan snacks, drinks, and potential restroom situations accordingly. Also, remember the "groups" rule. If you approach a pretty patch and another family is taking photos, ride on by. Some regular guidelines to keep in mind, too: Don't trespass on private property. Don't pick the flowers. Step gently so you don't squish them, and don't leave anything behind. Also, beware of snakes, fire ants, and other critters that might be hiding among the flowers. Wildflowers from the comfort of your couchCan’t get outside? Enjoy a virtual tour of what’s blooming around the state on the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Flickr page, populated with wildflower sightings from state parks and wildlife management areas, or its Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter accounts, where anyone can share photos of the great outdoors. Proska says the INaturalist app will allow you to see what’s in bloom in different regions around the Metroplex. The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin also posts sightings on a curated Instagram account, @texaswildflowerwatch (#txwildflowers2020) and has a narrated virtual tour of the Center. --- Melissa Gaskill contributed to this report.

Jul 26, 2019

Lark Ascending: Getting back to the garden - Summit Daily News

All that changed in July of that year, after we visited gardens around homes in Frisco, Keystone and Breckenridge during the Summit County Garden Tour. In Frisco, a miniature outdoor train track ran through a forest of allium, lilies and globe flowers. In Keystone, we toured gardens surrounding grand houses filled with daisies, yarrow, black-eyed susans and flowers of every color that I never learned the names of. Up in Breckenridge, at a big, pine-shaded home, we were treated to the spectacle of thick multicolored groves of columbine. I was overwhelmed by the enormous variety and complicated requirements of all the different plants. Alan was energized. We began digging out our grass-and-weed invaded flowerbeds. We kept a few scraggly clumps of bachelor buttons and two poppy plants but not much else. While Alan concocted mixtures of peat moss, manure and dirt, I dug out clumps of daisies and yarrow from the backyard to be replanted into the newly prepared flowerbeds. We took multiple trips to Lowes and Neils Lunceford for fancy things like day lilies, globe flowers and unusual colors of columbine. Neighbors shared plants they were dividing up from their own gardens.My birdfeeders were banished to another part of the yard, since seeds scattered by the birds were attracting ground squirrels. Luke, our lazy dog, got his marching orders, too. No more napping on the lawn! Time to get busy chasing chipmunks.As the years have gone by, our garden has become an ongoing project, continuing to grow and evolve. What I like about having a garden is its presence in our lives, the way it pulls you outside to see what new might be happening and to pay attention to small things. One day, in spring, as the snow begins to melt, we notice tiny, delicate green leaves are miraculously spearing through the iron-ha...

Dec 22, 2016

Big Apple ripe for Christmas visit

Macy's parade as our favorite. Part of the reason is probably due to the fact that we watched the Macy parade from the inside comfort of Del Frisco's restaurant with its large picture windows, while in Pasadena we encountered 36-degree temps sitting outside in bleachers. The temps then were the second-lowest in Rose parade-watching history. Our group of four included my wife, Mary Jane Hanson, along with Cathy and Randy Bornhorst, of Rochester. It was a package promoted by New York City Vacation Packages and booked through Bursch Travel of Rochester. It included air, hotel — we stayed at the Sheraton at Times Square — tours, including visits to 9/11 memorial facilities and the Statue of Liberty, some meals and transportation. There were two interesting sidelights. The first was a tour a day ahead of the parade to watch the massive balloons being inflated with helium, while another was a nighttime tour of the fabulous Christmas window displays at the stores of major New York retailers. Other tours were to New York's two main memorable sites — the 9/11 Memorial with its outdoor fountains and the 9/11 museum, the most recent addition to the complex. We made one addition from the package-included events by attending one of Broadway's most popular plays — the musical "Chicago." On another topic, we'll never forget roaming the streets during the Black Friday shopping craze. It was no place to be for a non-shopping visitor. Crowds on the streets and sidewalks and in the stores like you have never encountered. So we didn't do too much shopping or browsing — only at the M&M Candy Store, where we found some shelter and goodies. As we noted earlier, New York has been tied to Christmas stories and fables along with traditions. In 1897, 8-year-old Virginia Hanson wrote to the editor of the New York Sun, asking if Santa Claus was real. The ageless movie, "Miracle on 34th Street," featured a man named Kris Kringle who began working as Santa Claus during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. And famous department stores, such as Bergdorf Goodman, Lord & Taylor, Barneys New York, Bloomingdales, Macy's and Saks Fifth Avenue have attracted countless New Yorkers and visitors for years with their engaging holiday window displays. New York has celebrated Christmas in many ways, and for a long time. So the visit there was ... (Post-Bulletin)

Dec 22, 2016

Flowers ends stellar career at Sam Houston

State (11-3) against Eastern Washington (12-1) at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at Roos Field in Cheney, Washington. The national title game will be Jan. 7 in Frisco. “If they play the lights out game like they did tonight that have a chance” to win the national title, Flowers said of JMU. Flowers was a first team all-district wideout and cornerback at JT. He caught 69 passes as a senior and 64 as a junior, and had 40 tackles and three interceptions as a senior. With the loss at JMU the college career for Flowers came to an end. “Honestly it has not sunk in yet,” he said moments after the game ended. “To go out this way … I know my team put all they could into it. Nobody left anything out on the field.” What will Flowers remember the most of his time at Sam Houston? “I made a lot of good memories with great guys around me,” he said. “I learned a lot of things for life, not just football. Being around great guys who like to win, who like to do the right thing; it was just a great experience for four years.” David Driver is a free-lance writer and Virginia native who can be reached at The Flowers File Name: Darion Flowers High school: John Tyler Sport: Football School: Sam Houston State Year: Senior Position: Cornerback Did you know?: He was all-Southland Conference first-team this season … He had a team-high 11 tackles on Dec. 3 as the Bearkats beat Chattanooga in the FCS playoffs … Flowers had interceptions in three straight games this year, including the clincher against McNeese on Nov. 5 … Flowers began his college career at linebacker. (ETFinalScore.com)

Sep 14, 2016

Final Thoughts: Witten's Importance, Mayowa vs. Flowers; More Notes

FRISCO, Texas – For better or for worse, there’s no more time to evaluate this team. The Cowboys are done practicing ahead of Week 1, and soon enough they’ll be on the field at AT&T Stadium against the Giants. We’ve said and written about as much as we can about whether Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott are ready, and whether the Cowboys defense can step up to the challenge. We know all the storylines, and all that’s left is to watch them play out. Before we all settle in for the start of another season, here’s a few final thoughts on how I’m feeling and what I’m looking for heading into Sunday afternoon:   Read Nobody owns the New York Giants like Jason Witten. The veteran has a knack for being at his best when he gets the opportunity to face them. Look for Witten to play a key role in this one, as well. Dak Prescott is going to learn what Tony Romo has always known, and that is that Witten knows how to find space and is right as rain when it comes to catching the ball. I expect th... (DallasCowboys.com)

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