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Florists in Murray, UT

Find local Murray, Utah florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Murray and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Murray Flower Shops

Sky Floral And Specialty Gifts

236 E Winchester St
Murray, UT 84107
(801) 969-5951

Murray UT News

Oct 15, 2020

N.J. field of lavender flowers blooms with great selfies - nj.com

Maggie Mauceri relaxes in a tub in the middle of a lavender field at Happy Day Farm in Manalapan, N.J. June, 17, 2020 Ed Murray NJ Advance Media for“People have a natural draw to the plant,” said farm owner Tim Stockal.Visitors are encouraged to touch the plant and get the oil on their hands and smell the plant, said Stockal.“It’s a calming and soothing plant,” he added.The flowers alone make for great pictures and everyone had a camera. Mostly cell phones but a few professionals were also having fun.Several different props are in the field but everyone tries the bathtub.Yahudis Kaplowitz in a lavender field at Happy Day Farm in Manalapan, N.J. June, 17, 2020 Ed Murray NJ Advance Media forMarcie Mauceri climbed in and put her feet up on the side, her daughter Savanna Gray and granddaughter Sophia Boccelli also took a turn. Smiles for all.The farm has made changes because of the coronavirus. Plexiglass at the cashier counters, masks for employees, hand sanitizer and washing stations are available.Everyone must wash their hands before entering the fields.There is a $6 charge to enter the lavender field. It’s only $3 if you pay the $3 entrance fee to the raspberry self-pick fields.Denise Vargas checks out the lavender at Happy Day Farm in Manalapan, N.J. June, 17, 2020 Ed Murray NJ Advance Media forThe farm is selling lavender plants if you have to take one home.The field will be open to at least July...

Feb 1, 2020

3 Cleveland Florists To Make Your Love Blossom This Valentine's Day - Clevelandmagazine.com

Prices ranging from $25 and up for cut wraps and $35-$125 for vase options. W. 29th St., Cleveland, 216-785-3618; 2062 Murray Hill Road, Cleveland, 216-785-0144, theurbanorchid.comJindra Floral DesignSometimes you don’t know what you want. Dedicated to making Valentine’s Day a great and stress-free day, Jindra offers premade arrangements and gourmet chocolate baskets. Arrangements range in prices from $30 to $80 with vase options and can be purchased in-store and online. Owner Jeanne Porvasnik and her staff take pride in the small role they play in your special day. “Sometimes you can't find the words for things and flowers say it for you,” she says. “We have people that are retired that come here just to drive because they like giving people flowers and seeing their reactions to them.” 4603 Pearl Road, Cleveland, 216-661-0655, jindrafloraldesign.comLakewood Plant Co. Flowers are beautiful, but they die. Get something that lasts as long as your love at Lakewood Plant Co., which offers wide selection of plants, trees, and succulents. For those people that love a little green in their life or for people that may not have the greenest thumb, are sent home with caring instructions. Plants leave a lasting impact and their selection is the product of careful thought. “The longevity of plants, if you take care of them can last for a decade or more,” says owner Daniel Gifford. “So you can keep them in your home as a reminder of the person who gave it to you for a long time.” Prices range from $5 succulents to $75 lemon trees. 15612 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, 216-860-4020, lakewoodplantcompany.com ...

Nov 9, 2019

The Floral Tonics One Designer Relies on to Stay Balanced - The New York Times

She buys her waters, which come in an array of botanical varieties, from hibiscus to lavender, at Kalustyan’s specialty grocery in Murray Hill — since making them from scratch requires more than typical kitchen equipment — but gathers the rest of her raw ingredients from farmers’ markets in nearby Westchester County, including John Jay Homestead. Any leftover flower extracts are used in recipes like her Persian grandmother’s panna cotta custard, which Sarafpour prepares with rice flour and enlivens with a splash of rosewater.This month, Sarafpour, who ran her eponymous ready-to-wear line between 2001 and 2014 and continues to design custom pieces for private clients, has been making her tonics in batches (“they keep for weeks in the fridge,” she says) to prepare for a busy fall: In November, she will expand her namesake perfume line — also made with flower waters, in single-note distillations — to include a trio of green vetiver, woody oud and bright ylang-ylang essences, which can be layered on the skin for a customized result.Similarly, the beauty of the floral tonics, she says, is that it’s easy to adjust the ingredients depending on the body’s needs and the season. For more spirited occasions, for example, she suggests swapping the water used to dilute each elixir for champagne to create a festive aperitif. Here, Sarafpour shares three recipes that capture the flavors, and medicinal properties, of the garden.Calming Jasmine, Apple & Honey TonicServes 4? 1 cup wildflower or orange blossom honey? ½ cup water? ? cup apple cider vinegar? 1 cucumber, peeled and grated (or 4 smaller Persian seedless cucumbers, which Sarafpour prefers)? 2 teaspoons jasmine water1. In a heavy pot, combine honey, water and apple cider vinegar and simmer on low heat for 20 minutes until everything is combined and reduced to a syrup consi...

Aug 22, 2019

Deaths for the week of August 23, 2019 - The Jewish News of Northern California

She went on to join the Distributed Computer Systems Research Department of Bell Labs at Murray Hill, N.J., in 1982, earning a master’s equivalent in computer science in the Bell Labs in-house curriculum. Her work with John O. Limb led to the seminal invention of protocols for simultaneously transmitting voice and data over a local area network or the internet (U.S. Pat. 4,581,735). Lois went on to develop UNIX networking software as a member of the Unix Development Laboratory at Murray Hill. When divestiture finally split the Bell System, Lois became a Systems Engineer in the BELLCORE Integrated Planning and Engineering Department where she did engineering and user interface design for software tools and plant electronics inventory databases to mechanize the planning, and engineering of the parent Bell operating companies’ network facilities. In 1988 Lois joined Pacific Bell (Pacbell) in San Ramon, California, and managed the company’s human factors group until Pacific Bell was acquired by SBC Corporation (later AT&T) in 1997. Her group was a center for process reengineering, and user interface design of consumer, business, and internal support services. At Pacific Bell, Lois pioneered designs, systems and testing for customer care support centers, IT requirements processes, and numerous software design and evaluation methodologies for Windows, Apple, Unix, and Web-based products, and human interface design. When Pacific Bell was acquired by SBC, Lois retired and joined Oracle to manage a team of graphics, interaction designers, and usability engineers charged with the design of data warehousing products. At Oracle she also played a lead role in usability engineering and designing HTML and Java-based applications for clinical (healthcare), CRM, credit management, and manufacturing. Starting in the new millennium, Lois joined Charles Schwab’s new Electronic Brokerage Enterprise in San Francisco as its Customer Experience Director, leading usability design for Schwab.com’s new financial services and information architecture. In 2002 Lois became Vice President and Business Technology Manger for the National Wholesale Sales Division at Bank of America where she began initiatives to improve the usefulness and usability of BOA’s Mortgage Network. She drove major user interface redesigns which integrated vendor CRM and mortgage transactional capabilities into a common framework, developed a nationwide technical desk for the division, and managed all usability testing activities. Lois returned to Oracle as a user interface architect in the Communications Global Business Unit in 2007, then in 2010 she started her own business as an independent consultant providing usability and user-centered design services. Lo...

Jul 26, 2019

Corpse flower: The latest little stinker has officially bloomed at the Huntington Library - The Pasadena Star-News

Wednesday, July 10, 2019. Laura’s bloom comes after her sibling, Phil, drew thousands to the campus when it bloomed last month. (Photo by Brittany Murray, Press-Telegram/SCNG) Laura, one of two rare corpse flowers at Cal State Long Beach, is expected to bloom Wednesday, July 10. The corpse lily is pictured in the university’s greenhouse starting to open on Tuesday afternoon, July 9. (Courtesy photo by Brian Thorson) Laura, one of two rare corpse flowers at Cal State Long Beach, is expected to bloom Wednesday, July 10. The corpse lily is pictured in the university’s greenhouse starting to open on Tuesday afternoon, July 9. (Courtesy photo by Brian Thorson) Phil, the corpse flower at Cal State Long Beach that drew thousands to the university to see his bloom, is starting to close on Wednesday, June 5. (Photo courtesy of Brian Thorson) rian Thorson, botanical curator for the Biological Sciences Department (left) with Danny Ames of the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics move Phil the corpse flower into place. Photo: Howard Freshman img class="lazyload size-article_inline" data-sizes="auto" data-src="https://www.pasadenastarnew...

Mar 29, 2019

In Bloom Festival of Flowers at the Springfield Museums - Afro American Point of View

Festival of Flowers will feature large-scale installations by Flowers, Flowers! and Durocher Florist,” said Larissa Murray, Director of Education at the Springfield Museums and organizer of this event. “And new this year, Springfield Florists Supply is offering a DIY Flower Workshop where visitors can learn from the experts while creating a hand-tied bouquet. Every visitor will be able to take home some of this beauty!” This activity -filled festival also includes favorites such as special lectures, Museum School classes, and a Culture & Cocktails event for adults that features a floral demonstration. Visitors will also enjoy a Music Series, Friday through Sunday, that adds atmospheric music to the experience of seeing the flower displays. This new series includes “The Cat’s Chorus,” an a cappella group from the Community Music School formed specifically to work with The Springfield Museums. This is a special project of Jenny Powers, the Family Engagement Coordinator for the Museums. “I love working together with the Community Music School,” Powers said. “The children and youth there always inspire the people listening to their music!” The group will perform on the Festival of Flowers Family Day April 6 from 1-2 pm. The Festival of Flowers has become one of the most anticipated moments in the Museums’ calendar. Free with museum admission. Please see full schedule below. For more information, call 413-314-6486 or email lmurray@springfieldmuseums.org. Full Schedule for the Festival of FlowersThursday, April 4-Sunday, April 7, 2019 Museums À La Carte Lecture American I...