Florists in Salem, VA
Find local Salem, Virginia florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Salem 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.
Salem Flower Shops
215 S College Avenue
Salem, VA 24153
829 W Main St
Salem, VA 24153
Salem VA News
Mar 19, 2020
Syngenta Flowers no longer exhibiting at CAST 2020 - Greenhouse Management
Hill. The company got its start in interior plantscaping in 1969 after agreeing to its first job for a Westinghouse Corporation facility in Winston-Salem, NC. He moved to Georgia in 1976 to open the Sedgefield Interior Landscapes division where he worked his way up from general manager to president. Semi-retired today, Korstad has served in several industry board positions including as president of the Atlanta Interior Landscape Association (AILA), and held a ten year tenure on the board of directors of the Associated Landscape Contractors of America-Interior Landscape Division/Interior Plantscape Division (ALCA-ILD/IPD). He became chairman of ALCA-ILD in 1986 when the group merged with the Interior Plantscape Association (IPA) to form ALCA-IPD. Additionally, he served as chairman of the ALCA education committee. Korstad was instrumental in the creation of the Foliage Clean Air Council, the forerunner for what is today known as the Green Plants for Green Buildings.The lifetime achievements of Kathy Fediw and David Korstad will be honored during the Plantscape Awards Celebration held on the evening of Sunday, July 12, during the Cultivate’20 trade show and conference, where they will be inducted into the Interior Plantscape Hall of Fame.All are encouraged to attend the awards celebration and dinner to raise a toast of appreciation to these industry leaders. The evening event will also include the presentation and celebration of the International Plantscape Awards program. Tickets to the celebration can be purchased at AmericanHort.org/Cultivate. Nominations for the 2020 Interior Plantscape Awards are currently being accepted until March 22. Complete information about the Hall of Fame program may be found at AmericanHort.org/Awards.Click here for more news and information about AmericanHort.
Mar 19, 2020
Philadelphia florists give away 2,000 flowers from events canceled due to coronavirus - The Philadelphia Inquirer
Santa Claus. Like many small business owners, Robinson, 39, owner of DFW Event Design in Bensalem, and Fabrizio, 34, owner of Fabufloras in Center City, have been hit hard by the cancellations and closures. But instead of letting it keep them down, they wanted to bring others up. So they reached out to their wholesalers to ask if they’d be willing to donate the unused flowers. The women also contacted six decorators to help them create stunning arrangements for the park on site. The first truck of flowers arrived shortly after 11 a.m., with the next one close behind. Bouquets of free flowers for passersby were placed in buckets just outside of the square, while Fabrizio and Robinson laid out a tarp inside the park, where they set up the flowers for decorating. Everyone did their best to practice social distancing. Steve Pepper, 66, a resident of the neighborhood, was on a video call with his daughter when he stumbled upon the giveaway. He turned his phone to the flowers for her to see. “This is a beautiful gesture and a pleasant surprise," he said. “I might as well indulge.” Kayleigh O’Keeffe, 29, who lives near the square, picked up a bouquet of magenta flowers. She wasn’t sure what kind they were, but it didn’t really matter. Amid a dark news cycle, she found light in those flowers. Still, she couldn’t help but think of whom they were originally intended for. “These are the most bittersweet flowers,” O’Keeffe said. Postal worker Dee Burney of Southwest Philly was walking her route when som... Nov 9, 2019
29 Fall Bridal Bouquets That Are Beautiful Beyond Words - Boston magazine
Bad Rabbit Flowers designed a vibrant bouquet featuring roses, mums, zinnias, and dahlias.
Photo by Janelle Carmela Photography
Bride Bridget’s Salem Country Club wedding took on a moody vibe, which Lotus Floral Designs channeled in a bouquet of ranunculus, dahlias, amaranthus, hydrangea, jasmine vine, and other flora.
Photo by Kate McElwee Photography
Sunflowers (as well as orchids, ranunculus, and spray roses) made a cheerful appearance in this bouquet Garden Designs by Kristen made for a bride tying the knot in September at Moraine Farm.
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Former Flowers Bakery Facilities Purchased For $ 2M - PerishableNews
LLC, owned by Randall Burnette, was the buyer of properties at 300 and 315 Cassell St. and 3145, 3146 and 3280 Starlight Drive, all in Winston-Salem.
Burnette could not be immediately reached for comments on his plans for the properties. He formed the 300 Cassell LLC on June 17, according to the N.C. Secretary of State’s website.
To read the rest of the story, please go to: Winston-Salem Journal
... Jun 22, 2019
Sweeney Attends Grand Opening of Inclusive Vaseful Flower Shop - InsiderNJ
Our communities are continuing to become more inclusive for people with disabilities,” said Senator Sweeney (D-Gloucester/Salem/Cumberland). “In many ways, this has been my life’s work. But that doesn’t merely mean putting a ramp alongside a stairwell, or greater educational opportunities, it also means a greater breadth of employment options for everyone.
“Community Options has done incredible work over the years to help the developmentally disabled realize their value as hard-working members of our society. Their steadfast commitment and advocacy has helped educate and train countless individuals with developmental disabilities, providing them support and opportunities they would not have received without this organization. Everyone deserves to live the fullest lives they can, socially and professionally, and businesses like the Vaseful Flower Shop make this possible.”
For 30 years, Community Options has developed residential and employment support for people with severe disabilities. Community Options believes in the dignity of every person, and in the freedom of all people to experience the highest degree of self-determination.
“I’m incredibly proud of everyone’s work that made opening another location in New Jersey possible,” said Robert Stack, President and CEO. “We could not have done this without the support and advocacy of our community leaders, particularly Senate President Sweeney. I look forward to working together in the years ahead as we strive to make everywhere in the state, but parti... Apr 27, 2019
The language of flowers unveiled in the Moravian Archives | The NC Triad's altweekly - Triad City Beat
Forget mine not!,’ which means, ‘Forget my love not.’”
The Moravian Archives in Winston-Salem holds 265 years of community history in the forms of family collections, correspondences, diaries, travel books and newspapers, as well as the ongoing stories of flowers in Moravian society. The Languages of Flowers in Moravian Wachovia exhibit, examining the heritage of the Moravians’ employment of flowers in five distinct ways, and the legacy of those floral languages, will be on display in the lobby of the Archie K. Davis Center through April 30 before traveling to the Bethania Visitor Center and the Forsyth County Central Library. Languages is the first of three related exhibits; the second, anticipated this summer, will shine light on four distinguished Moravian botanists and the third will focus on the local evolution of gardens over the last 150 years.
Lewis David de Schweinitz, a renowned natural historian and mycologist who served as the administrator for the Moravian Church in Salem from 1812-21, was among these scientist-preachers. During his lifetime, he identified thousands of species of fungi in the region and would co-found the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia.
Carl Linnaeus had introduced binomial nomenclature, the formal two-term scientific naming system in Species Plantarum, in 1753, the same year the Moravians settled i...