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Order flowers and gifts from Pushing Daisies located in Ranger TX for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 1307 E Loop 254, Ranger Texas 76470 Zip. The phone number is (254) 647-5157. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Pushing Daisies in Ranger TX. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Pushing Daisies delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Pushing Daisies
Address:
1307 E Loop 254
City:
Ranger
State:
Texas
Zip Code:
76470
Phone number:
(254) 647-5157
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Find Pushing Daisies directions to 1307 E Loop 254 in Ranger, TX (Zip 76470) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 32.4722153202472, -98.6594016164356 respectively.

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Aug 3, 2020

How an Urban Flower Farmer Spends Her Sundays - The New York Times

I think it definitely takes a certain type of person to volunteer their yard and put their trust in strangers.”Ms. Clum lives with her husband, Christopher Longworth, 51, who is an architectural metal fabricator; their daughter Cora, 15; a dog, Ida Mae; and three cats.BREAKFAST WITH IDA MAE I get up early, around 6 a.m. If I was a real farmer I would probably have to get up even earlier. I have one cup of French-press coffee, and I will make myself a hearty breakfast, because I will be outside for several hours. There are almost always eggs, maybe some sautéed greens. On Sundays everyone in the house sleeps in, and it’s really quiet and lovely. My dog will get up. though, and if she’s staring at me, I will have to give her a walk before I leave. She almost always wins.WEEDING AND WATERING I try to visit two yards one day, three yards the next day. Now that it’s July, most everything is planted. When I go to the yards, I am mostly weeding and watering and cutting. I do what they call succession planting, which means planting seeds so there is always something blooming. That way I will have flowers throughout the season. I currently have black-eyed Susans, zinnias, cosmos, snapdragons, and chocolate lace flowers blooming.Harvesting black-eyed Susans in a backyard in Brooklyn.Credit...Aundre Larrow for The New York TimesSOCIAL DISTANCING I spend from two to four hours in each yard. During the pandemic when everyone was at home, I saw people more often than I did previously. Sometimes they would stay behind their door, and I would talk to them. Sometimes they would come out and maintain a distance. People are lonely and craving human interaction.Ms. Clum sells her flowers through a subscription service and to two stores.Credit...Aundre Larrow for The New York TimesBEAT THE HEAT On Sundays I’m usually able to get to two houses before the heat of the day comes. You don’t want to cut flowers...

May 1, 2020

A city's secret weapon: flowers - Kitsap Sun

I love the random goodwill of complimenting strangers on their yards -- from a distance, of course, and not touching anything.Kevin Walthall is a Bremerton resident and a regular contributor to the Kitsap Sun. He also writes for the blog Urban Bremerton. Contact him at kswalthall@gmail.com. div class="asset...

Mar 19, 2020

Philadelphia florists give away 2,000 flowers from events canceled due to coronavirus - The Philadelphia Inquirer

Rittenhouse Square on Wednesday by giving away a thousand flowers to strangers — and decorating around the square with a thousand more. Related stories The flowers — beautiful but fleeting — could not be saved for the weddings and events they were intended to brighten, which have been postponed indefinitely because of the coronavirus. But these blossoms had life and could still bring joy, so florists Katie Robinson and Kerry Fabrizio decided to share them with the people of Philadelphia. “We just want to make people smile,” said Robinson. But they did so much more. #right-rail .newsletter-card,.newsletter-card.hidden-desktop{display:none} The Inquirer Coronavirus Newsletter Science-based coverage sent daily to your inbox — all facts, no panic As unsuspecting pedestrians — many of whom were out combating cabin fever — turned the corner and saw thousands of roses, daises, tulips, and lilies strewn across the ground at the 19th Street entrance to the park, they were overcome with emotion. For a brief moment, it was like being in The Wizard of Oz when everything changes from black-and-white to color. “These are gorgeous flowers! ...

Mar 19, 2020

Fort Collins woman gets traditional wedding, prepares for death on own terms - Coloradoan

Debra’s deteriorating health, they enjoyed a bright time in February, thanks in large part to the kindness of strangers.Debra and Bob had talked for a long time about renewing their wedding vows. Debra let it be known she would enjoy a traditional wedding ceremony and reception — experiences she never had.Her daughter, Jennifer, sprang into action. With money tight because of Debra’s medical needs, Jennifer posted a request for wedding decorations on the Facebook group Free in Larimer County. She explained her mother was terminally ill.The response was overwhelming, Jennifer said. People donated everything that would be needed for a wedding, including flowers, decorations, and a dress and shoes for the bride. People volunteered to do Debra’s hair, makeup and nails so she would look her best on the big day.Everything came together in six days.Pathways donated space at its Fort Collins facility. The ceremony took place Feb. 15, the day after Valentine’s Day.Every family member had a role in the ceremony. Their 9-year-old grandson, Drake, served as best man.“Everything was done for me, and bless their hearts for doing that,” Debra said. “It just tells me that Fort Collins still has a heart, that the people of this town are still the best.”Gratitude is part of the message Debra wants to send to the community in her final days. She is especially thankful for the care she has received from Pathways, a nonprofit that has served the community for decades.“They are the best,” she said. “All I have to do is call and they are right here for me.”And she is grateful to her family, who has stood by her for so many years, in good times and in bad. She said Bob has been her “rock” and the “strongest man I’ve ever known.”She knows he’ll be strong for the family after she is gone.“It has been a very good life,” she said. “My family has always been number one in my life. I can go to sleep knowing they will be OK. Papa will be there.”Kevin Duggan is a senior columnist and reporter. Contact him at kevinduggan@coloradoan.com.

Feb 27, 2020

The meaning of different flowers - The Concord Insider

U.S. The first American book of this type was Victoria’s Dictionary of Flowers – About Flowers. The author was Victoria Jones, a floral arranger who had apparently sought refuge in the world of flowers following a fraught life, having lived in 32 foster homes by the time she reached 18 years of age. My review of the meanings of different flowers, comparing the earlier versions with more recent publications was quite eye-opening. Victoria’s book, for instance, as with virtually all others written on this subject, universally declare the red rose (genus rosa) to mean “love,” hence the plethora of roses dispensed by florists all over the country on Valentine’s Day and other love-expressing occasions like engagements, wedding anniversaries and the like. Be aware, however, that other colors of roses do not denote the same message. For example, a yellow rose signifies “infidelity” in both the old and new versions of the flower language writings. The more modern version of the yellow rose’s meaning begins its description with “jealousy, decrease of love,” adding infidelity at the end. Probably not a good choice if your intention is to profess your love to someone special. The white rose is defined as “a heart unacquainted with love” whereas the modern version lists “purity, heavenly, I’m worthy of you.” Really? And a dark crimson rose in the latest version gives “mourning” as its meaning. You probably ought to make sure any red roses you present to a loved one are in fact red, not dark crimson. As for non-rose flowers. There is the beautiful snapdragon, more commonly seen in larger floral arrangements. Victoria defined the snapdragon as “presumption” whereas the Farmer’s Almanac defined it as “deception, graciousness.” How can it represent both of these one must ask. (And it is all a bit of a dichotomy don’t you think)? The opposing definitions of lavender also brought me pause: the earlier version is “mistrust” whereas the latter version is “devotion, virtue.” Hmmm. Following are some “ABC’s” of interesting definitions of some of the flowers you may be familiar with. Some may surprise you, others may not: Anemone: “Forsaken” Begonia: “Beware” Coreopsis: “Always Cheerful” Daisy: “Innocence” Evening Primrose: “Inconsistency” Fern: “Sin...

Feb 27, 2020

Boy hands out flowers to spread kindness after Caroline Flack's death - Metro.co.uk

Caroline Flack’s death – by handing out bunches of daffodils and kind notes to strangers. Oliver Allen, from Essex, decided to hand out the flowers to spread kindness after hearing about the death of the former Love Island presenter. A note is attached to the blooms, which he left on strangers’ doorsteps in his hometown with his mum. The message reads: ‘In a world where we could be anything, be kind.’ One person who received Oliver’s act of kindness was Sarah Rogers, who said: ‘Whoever left these outside my house, thank you and God bless.’ She added: ‘We should all follow this person’s example and do just one random act of kindness for someone, no matter how big or small.’ Sweet Oliver (Picture: SWNS)Oliver’s grandmother, Dawn Avery, said: ‘He handed out about ten bunches of daffodils and hand wrote the messages himself. Advertisement Advertisement ‘One lady was in tears and another lady received them and passed them onto someone else in her own act of kindness.’ More: Health The 49-year-old added: ‘I am unbelievably proud of him. For a nine-year-old to do that is so thoughtful. He looks after small children at school and he...

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