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Peg's Florist & Gift Baskets

Order flowers and gifts from Peg's Florist & Gift Baskets located in Stafford VA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 44 Mine Road Ste 4, Stafford Virginia 22554 Zip. The phone number is (540) 659-3494. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Peg's Florist & Gift Baskets in Stafford VA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Peg's Florist & Gift Baskets delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Peg's Florist & Gift Baskets
Address:
44 Mine Road Ste 4
City:
Stafford
State:
Virginia
Zip Code:
22554
Phone number:
(540) 659-3494
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Apr 27, 2019

1-800-FLOWERS.COM® Introduces 2019 Local Artisan Collection - Franchising.com

Bouquet™, Always On My Mind™ Flower Bouquet, Vibrant Floral Medley™ and Enchanting Unicorn™. Develyn Reed: 1-800-Flowers.com Achara Florist, Stafford, VA Develyn's hidden talent as a floral designer was discovered when she was working as a part-time sales associate in a local shop. Now, as head designer and store manager of the shop, her amazing creations are well-known throughout the local area. Develyn's featured arrangements are Mother's Embrace™ and Sensational Spring Beauty™. Tricia Smith: 1-800-Flowers.com Twinbrook Floral Design, Fairfax, VAWhen she was about 12 years old, Tricia would help her mom as she created wedding flowers from their home. This experience helped her land her first job at a florist when she was 15, and her career blossomed from there. Today, Tricia owns her own floral shop together with her husband – in fact, he proposed to her there. Tricia designed the Floral Treasures Bouquet™. Ann Marie Pierce: 1-800-Flowers.com Imperial Florist, Baldwin, NYA veteran of the floral industry, Ann Marie has owned and operated her current shop for nearly 30 years. She has a thriving wedding flower business, the result of her many enthusiastic referrals. Her designs are Splendid & Sweet™ and Sunburst Bouquet™. Ashlee Roberson: Simply Roses, Ormond Beach, FLAshlee's parents opened their shop almost 30 years ago, when she was six. Today, she is the owner and head designer of the family-owned shop, where she enjoys working alongside her mother and sister. Ashlee's featured design is the Vibrant Gem Bouquet™. Jackie Lacey: Floriology® Institute, Jacksonville, FLA highly-accredited and award-winning floral designer, Jackie's industry experience spans 32 years. A former retail florist, today Jackie serves as Director of Education and Industry Relations for the Floriology Institute, where he shares his passion for floral design with florists across the country. His creation is the Modern Rose & Gerbera Daisy Bouquet. Margaret Fleegal: 1-800-Flowers.com Twinbrook Floral Design, Fairfax, VAMargaret began her floral career in the mass market industry, where she discovered a desire to create her own designs. She began to learn everything she could about the business and worked to develop her own unique style, eventually opening her own shop nearly 25 years ago. Margaret's design is Sunset Passion™. Matthew Wohlfahrt: Floral Concepts, Houston, TXMatt's love of flowers was instilled in him by his maternal grandmother, a certified green thumb. After graduating from North Texas University, Matt joined the family business. Today, the Wohlfahrt family owns and operates five flower shops throughout the Houston Metro area. Matt's inspiration behind his design, Radiant Gem™ Bouquet, is his wife's favorite jewelry. Vivian Chang: 1-800-Flowers.com Conroy's in Los Angeles, CAWith a love of both flowers and being creative, Vivian started designing arrangements as a part-time job when she was in college. As soon as she finished school, she opened her own floral shop. A florist now for 35 years, Vivian happily enlists her husband and sons as holiday help. Vivian's design is By the Seashore™. Wendell Cook: 1-800-Flowers.com Nancy's Floral, Gresham, OR Wendell's degree in horticulture has served him well during his nearly 60 years as a floral designer. His career in the flor...

Jun 14, 2018

Cypress Gardens will be a 'vastly improved park

FEMA approval before you can do any work on the site." These "alternative or improved projects" are allowed by the Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act. As Callanan pointed out, a clause in the Stafford Act allows an applicant (in this case, Berkeley County) the option "to use the funds normally associated with rebuilding a structure as it was and build it in a way that is better than the previous structure with the county covering the difference in cost." For that to happen, though, they have to gain the Federal Emergency Management Agency's authorization. Callanan claims that in the last three years, three separate FEMA teams have inspected Cypress Gardens. "Up until about a month ago, we were still having FEMA go out to the site to examine the damage. And we still have not had a final decision from them on this," he added. The ordeal was time consuming at an administrative level, but on the ground, the team at the tourist site did all the heavy lifting. They performed a maintenance overhaul that included roofing buildings, painting gazebos, repaneling the greenhouse that contained the butterfly exhibit, clearing trails, and pruning foliage. "As for the facilities, once done and open, it will be a vastly improved park," said Callanan. "We've been taking advantage of the time we've had." Cypress Gardens volunteer Marion McKee has been with the site's horticulture department for six years. The grounds pulled through the flood very well, she said. "The grounds didn't look bad at all," added McKee. "It was the buildings that took the brunt of it." McKee and Cypress Gardens Director Heather McDowell said that the site was closed to staff for approximately a month because water had to drain from the area naturally. McKee's department has mostly had to maintain the grounds, she said, but "it's improved along the trails" thanks to the efforts to prune the flowers. "It's a shame that people can't see it," continued McKee. "They [the roses] were beautiful in the spring and there's nobody to see it. There's nobody to see any of it." Callanan points out that, although much work has been done, not all facilities will be available to the public when Cypress Gardens reopens in late summer. The aquarium and the major events facilities, for example, will remain closed until further notice. Cypress Gardens' journey from devastation to renovation took almost three years. In that time, there was frustration and concern from many employees, regulations that were met, and several ongoing construction projects. But, everyone involved seems ecstatic to open the gates of Cypress Gardens once again. Hopefully, the 170-acre nature sanctuary will be back to inspiring guests far and wide very soon. "It's such a beautiful park," said Callanan. "It's such a struggle not to get people out there to see it." For updates on the park's reopening date, visit https://www.cypressgardens.info.

Feb 9, 2017

Grandson of Wolves legend Ron Flowers set for dream Premier League move

Turf Moor. The defender’s sporting prowess isn’t just limited to the football pitch. Last summer he also captained Milford Hall Cricket Club in the Staffordshire Club Cricket Championship. His grandfather is one of the greatest midfielders in Wolves’ history, winning three first division titles and an FA Cup during 15 years at Molineux. Brocton FC tweeted: “Congratulations to Harry Flowers who leaves Brocton today to join Burnley. The very best of luck from us all.” ... (expressandstar.com)

Feb 3, 2017

4500 orchids, including one that takes over three years to grow, will be on display at Longwood Gardens' Orchid ...

There will also be performances by flamenco jazz artist Farah Siraj, experimental folksinger Simone Dinnerstein, and organist Joshua Stafford. There are also OrKID Days activities designed for children, featuring discovery stations, interactive storytelling sessions, and family-oriented games. Orchid Extravaganza, Saturday through March 31, Longwood Gardens, 1001 Longwood Rd., Kennett Square. $23 (adults); $20 (seniors and students); $12 (kids, 5-18), 610-388-1000, www.longwoodgardens.org. Published: January 18, 2017 — 5:00 AM ESTThe Philadelphia Inquirer Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. (Philly.com)

Dec 28, 2016

Wildflower pop-up full of floral fantasy

Center, as it has for at least five Decembers, to dress up one of San Rafael’s grandest Grande Dames for the holiday season. Matthew Baldwin, Trevor Stafford, Jensen Merten, Riley Greenwood, Max Gehm, Aidan Ng, Devin Brown, Aaron Andrew Aranha, Raul Rodarte-Garcia, and Shayne Rebbetoy joined with scoutmaster Brendan Laing to deck the mansions halls with color and old-fashioned charm. Advertisement Earning community service time, but not badges, they helped the Cultural Affairs Service League women who have been longtime volunteer decorators and event producers at Falkirk for several decades. Senior patrol leader Oliver Merten of San Anselmo and a senior at Sir Francis Drake High School, says he took up scouting for its backpacking and camping adventures, but enjoys this decorating day. “It’s nice to spend just one day on a weekend and then be able to drive past and see all the decorations in this wonderful old building and know that you helped to do that.” Visitors are welcome to visit Falkirk to see the decorations through Jan. 7; hours vary. Falkirk Cultural Center is at 1408 Mission Ave. in San Rafael. For information, call 415-485-3328 or go to www.falkirkculturalcenter.org. Don’t-miss events • Shop for beautiful home and garden gifts at 50 percent off, sip some bubbly and get swept off your feet by adorable adoptable Milo Foundation puppies when Dandelion, a longtime San Francisco gift shop, celebrates its last day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. All proceeds go to 10 local nonprofits. Dandelion is at 55 Potrero Ave. in San Francisco. Questions? Call 415-436-9500 or go to www.dandelionsf.com. • Send photos of your decorated Christmas tree to contest@sloatgardens.com through midnight Jan. 1, to take your chances in Sloat Garden Center’s Annual Christmas Tree Decorating Contest. The entries with the most votes win $100, $50, or $25 Sloat gift cards. For details, go to www.sloatgardens.com. • Choose from a large selection of succulents and plant your own terrarium with plenty of demonstrations and hands-on help at the San Francisco Botanical Garden 2:30 to 4 p.m. Sunday at Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Way in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. The class is $49 and admission to the garden is $8. Preregistration is required. Call 415-661-1316 or go to www.SFBotanicalgarden.org. PJ Bremier writes on home, garden, design and entertaining topics every Saturday and also on her blog at DesignSwirl.co. She may be contacted at P.O. Box 412, Kentfield 94914, or at pj@pjbremier.com. (Marin Independent Journal)

Dec 15, 2016

Norristown Garden Club's Holiday House Tour moves to Collegeville area for 2016

Staffordshire ceramic dogs that routinely share a shelf here. “They inspired us to get our books organized. The books that didn’t get stored in an upstairs guest bedroom were donated to Liberty Thrift Store,” said Bridgie Daller, laughing. Evans pointed out an acorn garland hanging in the library and a stack of books from which sprouted a fresh geranium bloom. “A member’s husband drilled the holes for us,” she said, showing that the geranium was, in fact, thriving in a tube of fresh water. “That’s the kind of dedication we find in our members.” Daller allowed that she was interested in hearing the reactions of tourgoers on Friday. “I think all of the club’s ideas are wonderful. We keep things pretty simple and fairly primitive, and I think a lot of people like what’s dusty and old,” she added with a laugh. Further down the line, “A Collegial Christmas” at the Ursinus College Home on East Ninth Avenue rewrote the story of yesteryear with an unexpected approach. “Years ago it was on the tour and was very traditional, but now it’s not,” Evans explained. “It’s a single man who is the college president and living there now, and the committee thought a different style for him was more fitting.” The style invoked at the Ursinus College house was the Japanese art of flower arranging called ikebana, Evans noted. Simplicity typically defines the discipline, but it’s more complex than it may appear, she added. “It could be sticking a single flower in a vase, but there is more to it.” The 2016 Holiday House tour continues in Collegeville with “Home Is Where the Heart Is” at the Smith family’s Nicholas Lane home and “The Home of Five Golden Rings” at the DeBald family’s Sixth Avenue residence before reaching into Schwenksville for “Christmas at Ashbourne Manor,” courtesy of the DiFilippo family on Ashbourne Way. All of the homes reflect the club’s goal to showcase a variety of architectural styles, Evans had said. “Our goal is to have an historic home, a contemporary home, a small home, a larger home, a traditional home and so forth,” she said. “We also attempt to choose houses that have contrasting styles of furnishings or feature colors that are different from each other. Norristown Garden Club’s tour, no matter the type of home, always emphasizes creative holiday ideas and highlights fresh flowers and greens.” The Norristown Garden Club has nearly 300 members who live over a wide area, including Harleysville, Springfield Township, Doylestown and all points in between. A Holiday House project requires about 100 people to work on decorating, and roughly another 125 to serve as hostesses during the event. For more information, visit NorristownGardenClub.org. (The Times Herald)

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