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Florists in Burgess, VA

Find local Burgess, Virginia florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Burgess 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.

Burgess Flower Shops

Flowers By The Bay

14532 North Umberland Highway
Burgess, VA 22432
(804) 453-4445

Burgess VA News

Jun 19, 2020

Q-Tip: Treat Yo'self with Flowers -

Ask about her November and December wreaths and centerpieces, too. Sow She Grows, Frankfort (pictured above)Charla Burgess’ flower and farm shed offerings are as flexible as it gets: Go for her otherworldly variety of alá carte cut flowers, wearables, succulents (Kokedama ball, anyone?), wreaths, dried flower creations, jams, and homemade bread — or stay home and order up a weekly summer subscription, for an ultra-spry $60–$228. (Mini-bouquet subscriptions available, too.) If you live in Frankfort, she’ll even deliver. Visit or the shed at 1257 Frankfort Hwy. ...

Jul 26, 2019

Flower shop hands out free bouquets for a purpose - WHSV

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) — Visitors at the Walmart on Burgess Road in Harrisonburg on Monday morning were in for a surprise. Harmony Harvest Farm handed out free bouquets of flowers to raise awareness of proposed federal legislation that would require federal agencies to only procure cut flowers and greens produced within the United States. "As a flower farm within the U.S., we are trying to spread a little awareness for niche agriculture enterprise and this bill that helps support American flower farms," said Jessica Hall, one of the owners. As of right now, the United States is the world's largest importer of cut flowers, accounting for about $1.73 billion worth of global imports in 2016. Domestically grown flowers make up a much smaller portion of the U.S. flower market. Hall added July is American-Grown Flower Month. Harmony Har...

Feb 28, 2019

A big and beautiful bloom - Otago Daily Times

Summer Flower Show and Dunedin Dahlia Circle Show this weekend.The dahlia, about 25cm across, was entered by Waikouaiti couple Wayne and Donna Burgess. Mr Morton described it as "beautiful" and said several other flowers were also unusually large in size. "We haven't had the bigger [dahlias] like that before in quite a few years," Mr Morton said. Rows of roses, cacti and succulents and elaborate, delicate flower arrangements were among more than 400 entries on display at the show, which was held at the Forbury Park Raceway. "There were over 200 entries in the dahlias [and] there were probably 220 entries in the horticultural show," he said.

Oct 26, 2018

Mum dreams: Chico florist paying 'mum-ories' forward

Share this page...MUM’S THE WORD – Jane Burgess, co-owner of Chico Florist and Gift Shop prepares for her 25th mum season at her store Thursday in Chico. Chico will host it’s homecoming game Oct. 26. Messenger photo by Joe Duty Surrounded by fresh bouquets of flowers and a silk and trinket assembly line, Jane Burgess remembers her first mum like it was yesterday. It was the 1960s. She was a junior on the homecoming court and her crush showed up with a mum – adorned with fall leaves and fresh flowers. It was a beautiful thing, she said. A beautiful memory and a beautiful mum she’ll never forget. “I still think about that mum,” Burgess said. “It is the prettiest one I’ve ever seen.” Flash forward more than 50 years and Burgess is still attempting to recapture the mum that brought her so much joy. She will be busy in the weeks ahead. It’s officially mum season as Wise County schools celebrate their annual homecomings. Decatur, Boyd and Paradise celebrated last week. This wee...

Dec 28, 2016

Friday's HS Basketball Roundup: nationally ranked Wesleyan escapes Independence upset bid

Prep and Brandon Miller and Tyler Garvin had 10 each. Kernersville Forest Trails Academy 56, West Charlotte 55: Ibriham Dada had 20 points and Caleb Burgess 17 as Forest Trails got a narrow win over West Charlotte at the Queen City Jingle Bell Shootout. West Charlotte got 15 each from Isayah Johnson and Melvin Huntley. High Point Wesleyan 55, No. 6 Indepenence 52: Aaron Wiggins had 13 points and Jaylen Hoard and Brenden Austin added 10 each as nationally ranked Wesleyan (12-1) won the championship game at the BSN Queen City Clash. Hoard and Wiggins made the all-tournament team. Independence got 17 points, three rebounds and two steals from Matthew Statile, 12 points and three rebounds from Victor Tshiona and nine points, 11 rebounds, four steals, two blocks and two assists from Temple recruit Justyn Hamilton, a 6-10 senior center. Statile and Hamilton made the all-tournament team. Metrolina Christian 67, Hickory Christian 50: Metrolina Christian won the seventh place game at the BSN Queen City Clash behind 32 points from Nick Dietrich and 12 from Tate Johnson. Metrolina Christian improved to 9-6. Northside Christian 80, Gaston Christian 66: Jason Tate had 19 points to lead Northside to the win. Jon Hicklin had 16 and Silas Wertz and Jaden Seymour each had 10. Nick Steward (22 points) and Cedric Peterson (16) led Gaston Christian. Rocky River 75, Harding 47: Freshman Jaden Springer had a game-high 27 points for Rocky River (10-3), which led 24-8 after the first quarter. In his past two games, Springer has scored 66 points. Brian Ross had 13 points and Jaquan Rankins 10 for Harding (2-11). United Faith 70, York Prep 63: Brett Swilling had 21 points and seven rebounds as United Faith rallied from a 33-24 halftime deficit to win at the Queen City Holiday Classic at Harding. Raf Jenkins added 11 points and 10 assists for United Faith. Tracus Chisholm (17 points) and DJ Burns (13) led York Prep. Friday’s Girls’ Roundup Olympic 63, Vance 36: Ariana Smith and Jayla LeFlore scored 17 points each in the Trojans’ win at the Queen City Jingle Bell Shootout. Lexy Whitfield added 12 for the Trojans, who are off until Jan. 6 when they play at SoMeck 8 rival South Meck. West Charlotte 47, Lincoln Charter 22: West Charlotte (7-6) won the fifth place game at the BSN Queen City Clash at Charlotte Country Day. Tatyana Thompson led the Lions with 13 points and Tiyanna Moore added nine. West Charlotte limited Lincoln Charter to just 11 points in the first three quarters. Felicity Fields had 10 for Lincoln Charter. Friday’s Scores BSN Queen City Clash At Charlotte Country Day Boys Bracket Metrolina Christian 67, Hickory Christian 50, 7th place St. David’s 51, Queens Grant 47, 5th place Charlotte Country Day 46, Pinewood Prep 39, 3rd place High Point Wesleyan Christian 55, Independence 52, championship BSN Queen City Clash At Charlotte Country Day Girls Bracket Charlotte Country Day 45, Porter Gaud (SC) 29, 7th place West Charlotte 47, Lincoln Charter 22, 5th place Pinewood Prep 44, Metrolina Christian 32, 3rd place Covenant Day 46, Independence 25, championship CHICK-FILA A CLASSIC Observer-area teams in Columbia Cannon 76, Providence Day 61 Moody Holiday Classic... (Charlotte Observer)

Sep 28, 2016

Butterfly Guy: Winter's Showiest Plants

Tropical hydrangea or dombeya burgessiae.(Photo: contributor) The Dombeya burgessiae (Seminole) puts on one of the best flower shows of any shrub in Florida. It is sometimes called the tropical hydrangea because its flowers are similar to the hydrangeas we know from up north. The flowers are pink to rose color and bloom from fall to spring. Last year they bloomed all the way into June. Dombeya Seminole is a large shrub growing seven feet tall and wide but pruning can keep it at any height.  I usually cut my dombeya down to about four feet after the spring bloom so it remains manageable all year. If we happen to get cold temperatures here it will rebound quickly and continue on its blooming way. This shrub will grow in full sun to partial-shade and will tolerate Florida soil without amending. The more sun the fuller the shrub with maximum flowers. It is also fairly drought tolerant once established. Propagation can be done by air-layering or six inch cuttings rooted in perlite, coarse sand or peat moss. Dombeya Se... (Naples Daily News)