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Business name:
Perry's Flowers
Address:
390 Houston St
City:
Maud
State:
Texas
Zip Code:
75567
Phone number:
(903) 585-2614
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Flowers and Gifts News

Jul 26, 2018

Watch Ohio State University corpse flowers bloom for first time since 2013, release odor like rotting flesh

It will grow stronger as the plants continue to bloom. When OSU's corpse flower "Maudine" bloomed in 2013, it was more than five and a half feet tall. A photo of OSU's corpse flower "Maudine" when it last bloomed in 2013. (The Ohio State University College of Arts and Sciences) Corpse flowers draw enthusiasts, despite the smell. When a corpse flower bloomed on Capitol Hill in 2016, people lined up to witness the spectacle. See video of reaction to the D.C. flower at the bottom of this post. Don't worry, you don't have to smell the flowers or drive to Columbus to witness this rare bloom. In fact, the greenhouse is closed until fall semester because of major construction. Watch the bloom live streamed in the video viewer in the top of this post, courtesy of OSU. The university began growing the flowers in 2010. Cleveland.com interviewed David Snodgrass, Biological Sciences Greenhouse coordinator, about the flowers, their endangered status and why they smell. Where are corpse flowers from and why are people so excited when they bloom? Natively, they're from the Sumatra region of Indonesia and were first noted in the late 1800's. It's rare to see these bloom in cultivation, but it's also rare in its native environment. The plant has the world's largest leaf, which dies off before it blooms. Its blooms are also very unpredictable. Snodgrass said when it flowers could depen...

Apr 6, 2018

Roger Mercer: Redbud species offer flowering options

Send your questions and comments to Roger at orders@mercergarden.com or call (910) 424-4756. You may write to Roger at 6215 Maude St., Fayetteville, N.C. 28306. (The Fayetteville Observer)

Oct 19, 2017

Roger Mercer: Some plants have wings to help imaginations fly

Avoid heavy mulches.Send your questions and comments to Roger at orders@mercergarden.com or call 424-4756. You may write to Roger at 6215 Maude St., Fayetteville, N.C. 28306... (Fayetteville Observer)

Aug 25, 2017

Flower show is blooming marvellous in West Cumbria | Times & Star

Bowl of roses, vase of flowers: Shirley Pattinson. Table decoration: Sheila McKenzie. Fuschia: Mr WF Wilson. Miniature arrangement, lady's spray: Maud Pattinson.Allotment holder or gardener. Three potatoes, three carrots, three beetroot: Robert McKenzie. One cabbage: Malcolm Pattinson.Home crafts. Holiday snap, photo view, piece of crochet, lady's jumper, child's jumper: Maud Pattinson. Billy Fisher. Drawing: Celia Perry. Matinee coat, any article: Brenda Dawson.Cookery. Rum butter, teacakes, plate cake, scones, rock buns: Margaret Dobinson. Wine or beer: Maud Pattinson. Jam jar, lemon cheese, shortbread biscuits, sponge cake: Shirley Pattinson.Children's section. 12 to 15 years. Creature made from vegetables or fruit, drawing or painting: Dominique Kelly. Eight to 11. Creature made from vegetables or fruit, picture of any material, drawing or painting: Abigail Foster. Four to seven. Creature made from vegetables or fruit, Lola Elliott. Picture of any material: Elise High. Drawing or painting: Marni Elliott. Gift class: Ella High.Most points. Gardener: Robert McKenzie. Vegetables, flowers: George Dobinson. Cookery: Shirley Pattinson and Margaret Dobinson. Home crafts: Maud Pattinson. Children's section: Abigail Foster. Second in children's section: Dominique Kelly.Best roses bloom: Robert McKenzie. Best bloom excluding roses: George Dobinson. Best entry of rose bowls: Shirley Pattinson. Best onion: George Dobinson. (Times & Star)

Jul 27, 2017

Dixonville woman stays active growing lillies and gardening

Hebard’s life has been filled with growing and caring for different flowers, plants and trees. Her mother, Maud Applegate, had flowers at their Wells Creek home. As a girl, Hebard pulled weeds and snapped the deadheads off the regal lilies.“I didn’t get paid for it, it was just being part of the family,” said Hebard, who attended class in a one-room schoolhouse in Scottsburg before attending Reedsport High School and graduating in 1944.Later in life, Hebard and her husband, Gerald, got into the business of growing Christmas trees. At one time, they had 80,000 trees in the ground on property in the Camas Valley, Rice Hill and Dixonville areas. The two did most of the work themselves, caring for and trimming the trees. They retired from that business in the early 1990s.Hebard also found time to raise a large vegetable garden in her backyard. She backed off from that responsibility three years ago.“My mom has been a gardener ever since I can remember,” said Linda Sheridan, Hebard’s oldest of four children. “To think of a 90-year-old out in the yard, I totally admire her for doing it. I do worry about her because she has some trouble walking now and getting up and down, but it is something she enjoys so much. That is why she still does it.“I admire somebody who is 90, who wants to be active and doesn’t want to sit in a chair and waste away,” she added.Linda and her husband, Edward, live about a quarter mile from Hebard’s house so they stay in close contact. Gerald Hebard died in 2013 so Paula Hebard lives by herself.Edward Sheridan helps out by mowing Hebard’s lawn.“The flowers … they are all hers,” Linda Sheridan said of her mother caring for the lilies.Hebard had hand watered everything in her yard, constantly moving hoses and sprinklers, up until three years ago when an underground watering system was installed. She admits watering her flowers is now easier, but there are still those weeds that she must continue to pull. And she and her yard must cope with squirrels and moles and the occasional deer that are quick to get through the gate of her fenced yard if it is left opened. Those critters also like her flowers, but to eat.“One time the gate was open for just a short time, but that quickly there were twin fawns bedding down under a tree over there,” Hebard said. “I chased them out. I like to watch them, but when they’re outside the gate.”For exercise at the gym, Hebard’s goal is to pedal for 2 miles on a bicycle machine and to do some light weight repetitions on a couple of other machines. The yard and fitness center exercise has kept her healthy enough that she enjoyed a land tour of Alaska in May to celebrate her 90th birthday, and she and Linda Sheridan are planning a St. (NRToday.com)

Jul 14, 2017

Gardening events in the Houston area

Story continues below ... )Raised Beds, Low-Volume Drip Irrigation and Rain Barrels: Harris County Master Gardener event. 10 a.m. at Maud Smith Marks Library, 1815 Westgreen, Katy; 281-855-5600, hcmga.tamu.edu. Free. Patio, Porch and Pool Container Gardening: with Linda Gay. 10 a.m. at the Arbor Gate, 15635 FM 2920, Tomball; 281-746-6320, arborgate.com. Free.Evening at Peckerwood Garden Lecture: with horticulturist Adam Black. 5-7 p.m. at Peckerwood Garden, 20559 FM 359, Hempstead; 979-826-3232; register at peckerwoodgarden.org. $10 nonmembers, members $5. SUNDAYFerns of New Caledonia: with Adam Black, Peckerwood Garden director of horticulture. sponsored by the Texas Gulf Coast Fern Society. 2 p.m. at Judson Robinson Jr. Community Center, 2020 Hermann Drive; tgcfernsoc.org. Free.MONDAYHarris County Master Gardeners Precinct 2 Open Garden Day: 8:30-11 a.m. at the Genoa Friendship Garden, 1202 Genoa Red Bluff; gardening Q&A. hcmga.tamu.edu. Free.TUESDAYRaised Beds, Low-Volume Drip Irrigation and Rain Barrels: Harris County Master Gardener event. 6:30 p.m. at Spring Branch Memorial Library, 930 Corbindale; 281-855-5600, hcmga.tamu.edu. Free.WEDNESDAYOHBA: Organics at Mercer: 5:30-8 p.m. at Mercer Botanic Gardens, 22306 Aldine Westfield, Humble. Register at ohbaonline.org. OHBA members $10; nonmembers $15.THURSDAYRaised Beds, Low-Volume Drip Irrigation and Rain Barrels: Harris County Master Gardener event. 6:30 p.m. at Freeman Branch Library, 16616 Diana; 281-855-5600, hcmga.tamu.edu. Free.Federally Petitioned Plant Species of Texas - Status of Our Endangered Species: with Anna W. Strong, rare-plant botanist, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Native Plant Society of Texas – Houston Chapter meeting, 6:45-8:30 p.m. at Houston ... (Chron.com)

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