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Florists in Culpeper, VA

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

Culpeper Flower Shops

Adorn Floral & Gifts

1301 Orange Rd
Culpeper, VA 22701
(540) 825-5133

Shenadoah Garden Spot

410 South Main Street
Culpeper, VA 22701
(540) 825-8733

The Enchanted Florist

16233 Gibson Mill Rd
Culpeper, VA 22701
(540) 423-7254

Culpeper VA News

Jul 26, 2018

Throwback Thursday: First wine festival in Warrenton

Bed-and-breakfast wins town approvalThe Warrenton Town Council this week granted a special use permit for a bed-and-breakfast inn on Culpeper Street.Barbara H. Wilson received approval to operate a small-scale inn at Mecca, her 19th-century Italianate home at 194 Culpeper St.As a condition of approval, Mrs. Wilson agreed to post no sign and do no advertising of the inn. She will open no more than three rooms to guests, because of insurance limitations, said Mrs. Wilson, who owns Loveladies Antiques on Main Street.Habitat for Humanity to dedicate first homeFauquier Habitat for Humanity will dedicate its first completed home for a local family at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 24, in Warrenton.The ceremony will take place at the new 91 Haiti St. home of Charles and Annabell Gibson. The Rev. Decker Tapscott Sr. of Warrenton's Faith Christian Church and International Outreach Center will lead a short prayer service. The First Baptist Church Choir will provide music.Local real estate broker William G. Burke will receive a special award for his work as a founding member of Fauquier Habitat.A public picnic across the street in Eva Walker Park will follow the dedication.Wallace plays in state all-star gameFauquier High basketball star Kendra Wallace scored 6 points in her final scholastic contest, the 22nd annual Virginia High School Coaches Association All-Star Game on Monday at the Hampton Coliseum.The 6-foot-1 center helped lead the West to an 83-58 victory over the East."It felt good just to be chosen to play in this game," said Wallace, the only Cardinal Conference representative. "I consider it a great honor."The Lady Falcons' all-time leading scorer, she will enter the University of Rhode Island on a basketball scholarship in the fall. Her parents, Donald and Beverly Wallace, and FHS Coach Margaret Lowry made the trip to Hampton for the all-star game.Delays possible on bridge at Kelly's FordMotorists next week may encounter delays on the Route 620 bridge that crosses the Rappahannock River at Kelly's Ford.State inspectors will erect scaffolding to look for structural defects in the century-old, steel-truss bridge.Built in 1898, the one-lane, wooden-deck bridge was reconstructed in 1937 and 1943 after floods washed away parts of it. Structural deterioration has limited bridge capacity to 3 tons, said Brent Sprinkel, a bridge engineer for the Virginia Department of Transportation.AdvertisementIt's That Time of Year!Peaches - Harry will sell no peach before its time. He lets them hand on the trees until he is sure they are ripe, and you'll need a napkin because the juice runs down your chin when you bite into these.Corn - Silver Queen, picked fresh daily and rushed from the field to our store.Tomatoes - Vine-ripened, fresh from the garden.Fresh Flowers ...

Oct 13, 2016

Autumn festivals celebrate apples, flowers, animals and agriculture

Festivals galore, most with free admission, are happening this Saturday and Sunday in the Culpeper area celebrating agriculture, apples, autumn, flowers and fall fiber on the first weekend of October. All of them will go on rain or shine even as a chance for wet weather lingers for Saturday. So dig out your boots and enjoy the great outdoors of the Virginia Piedmont. Here’s a look at what’s happening: SATURDAY ONLY GORDONSVILLE FALL FESTIVAL: Formerly a street festival, the Fall Festival in the town of Gordonsville in Orange County moved three years ago from Main Street (U.S. 15 south of Culpeper) to the nearby fairgrounds at 301 E. Baker Street and there it has stayed. It happens this year from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. next to the Gordonsville Volunteer Fire Dept. and is one of the company’s biggest fund-raisers. The fall festival will feature kettle corn, fried chicken, the art of Edwin Talley, free Gideon Bibles, Barbara’s Soul Food on Wheels and dozens of other vendors selling crafts, food and more. Entertainment will be by the Kenwood Players, Hi-Horse Cloggers, Riva... (The Daily Progress)

Feb 2, 2016

Blissful brides

Belyea. The search for a wedding cake and a disc jockey brought Allan Matisans of Manassas and Marie Boltersdorf of Woodbridge to Culpeper on Sunday. “I think expos are fun and we thought it would be great to go to,” said Boltersdorf, whose wedding date is Oct. 15. Vendor Kristin Kirkpatrick, owner of Fat Girl Cakes in Fredericksburg, said Sunday’s event was her first time participating. “I didn’t even have to get on [Interstate] 95 so I figured I’d just give it a shot,” shared Kirkpatrick, who sells baked goods from her home. “I’ve been getting some interest and this will help expand my reach a little bit further beyond the Fredericksburg region.” Samples of wedding fare included crab dip, roasted red pepper and feta cheese dip, meatball, fresh fruit and miniature mousse cups and barbecue from local businesses such as Sean's Smokehouse, Clearwater Grill and Pepper's Grill. Joy Salyards, owner of Reflections Bridal in Harrisonburg, highlighted six wedding gowns complete with bridesmaids, flower girls and mother of the brides modeling the gowns in six separate scenes. Asked how the Bliss Bridal Show is a perfect match for her bridal business, Salyards said, “So people realize how different we are.” Rixey Manor owners Ben and Isadora Rindner said their exclusive-use venue is steeped in history dating back more than 200 years. “You get the entire property for three days,” explained Ben Rindner. “That’s four bedrooms, the event space, and us coordinating and helping throughout the entire process.” Dancers from Social Graces Ballroom Dance Studio kept the crowd entertained with demonstrations of various partner dances. Rhonda Simmons can be reached at rsimmons@starexponent.com or (540) 825-0771 ext. 125. (The Daily Progress)

Jan 8, 2016

Margaret Rose Lillard McFarland

A funeral service will be held on Thursday, January 7, 2016 at 2 p.m. at Found and Sons Funeral Chapels, 850 Sperryville Pike, Culpeper with the Pastor Henry Stanley officiating. The family will receive friends from 12:30 to 2 p.m.Interment will follow at Bethsaida U.M.C. Cemetery in Brightwood. An on line guestbook and tribute wall is available at www.foundandsons.comFound and Sons Funeral Chapels and Cremation Services of Culpeper is serving the family. More Obituaries Martha Schreck Hudson Joshua Cole Skinner Gary Michael Dutrow Darren Lapread Bell Edwin O. Trump Margaret Elizabeth High Samuel Ray High Robert James Lanham Ramon Ralph Balut Russell Fuller ... (Gainesville Times - Northern VA News)