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Feb 1, 2020
Obituary: Andrew "Drew" Paul Ross - Press Herald
Colette Ross of Brunswick, father, Paul Ross of Bonita Springs Fla; a brother, Kevin Ross; and his girlfriend, Emily Wolf of the West Forks; along with many aunts, uncles, and cousins. A celebration of Andrew’s life is being held on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020 at 11 a.m. at David E. Desmond and Son Funeral Home, 638 High Street, Bath Maine. Visiting will be 10:00 to 11 a.m. prior to the service.To express your thoughts and condolences to the family please visit www.desmondfuneralhomes.comIn lieu of flowers, a go fund me page has been set up for donation for his daughter Addison’s education.
Obituary: Vincent Charles Ullrich
Obituary: Rear Adm. Harold G. Rich
... Nov 15, 2018
Easton area florist giving away flowers on Petal It Forward Day
Edwards, who works for the Flower Essence flower and gift ship in Forks Township, was part of the nationwide Petal It Forward Day organized by the Society of American Florists.
Edwards was giving away two roses each, one to pay it forward to someone and allow that person to do the same to someone else.
She had already given away 15 stems by 9 a.m. and people's reactions were "amazing," said the Upper Mount Bethel Township resident. "Everybody's smiling."
Flower Essence, owned by Brandi Lynch, plans to give away 1,000 roses on Wednesday in its delivery area, including Easton, Bethlehem, Palmer Township, Nazareth and the Slate Belt.
The Society of American Florists said flowers will be given away in more than 400 cities in all 50 states.
The society says it has science on its side; a Rutgers study showed giving flowers helped spread positive emotions, some that lasted for days.
People were posting on social media using the #PetalItForward hashtag.
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Feb 8, 2018
County Florists ready to help you “Say It With Flowers”
Len Busch Roses in Plymouth, Minn. She also secures flowers from M.J. Floral in Grand Forks, J.W. Perry’s in Fargo, and North American Floral in Sioux Falls, S.D..What does Dawn enjoy about her work as a florist? She likes Valentine’s Day! “I enjoy the holiday because it’s more people coming in and more people working. We have a good time.” She says she’s had the same employees for a number of years which helps to make the day go smoothly.She notes that Valentine’s Day has sort of become a two-day holiday – “The 13th is a pretty big day, too,” she says.She feels the customers help make Valentine’s Day an enjoyable day, “People are so understanding…Men are very patient waiting. They enjoy visiting with each other.”“Valentine’s Day is a rose holiday,” Dawn says, “The number one selling item for Valentine’s Day will be roses.” Dawn will definitely be prepared – she has eight hundred roses on order. She explains that Len Busch grows some of their own roses, but many of their roses will be coming from Ecuador.Dawn and her staff will have sample rose bouquets and mixed flower bouquets in a cooler up front. Duplicates of those bouquets will be ready in back.What advice can Dawn offer customers? She says to order flowers early, add fresh water to bouquets, and re-cut rose stems after a few days.Dawn is hoping for nice weather around February 14th. “Things get more complicated if it gets cold,” she says, adding that she sometimes has to meet a truck in Thief River Falls if the weather is too frigid.Jenn Durkee was trained on a government program almost 35 years ago at Princeton Floral. She later worked at Elk River Floral, 3 Keys Floral in Fargo, and owned her own business, ‘Flowers by Jennifer.’ In addition, she’s “done weddings and other special occasions for friends and family through the years.”Today she works part-time as the preschool teacher for Marshall County Central Schools at Viking Elementary School and has arranged flowers at Nordisk Hemslöjd for two and one-half years.Nordisk Hemslöjd also purchases their flowers from Len Busch. Jenn has this to say about the supplier: “My brother-in-law used to work for Len Busch about 30 years ago when they were a much smaller operation. Now they have 15 acres of greenhouse in Plymouth, Minn. They also source flowers from around the world.”She says a small lily, the alstroemeria, is her favorite flower. “It is the flower of friendship and comes in many colors,” she explains.Her favorite part of be...Jun 29, 2017
Native Roots: American agave in Denton produces spectacular flower stalk
Denton. If you visit the plant, please be respectful that this is a private residence.BECCA DICKSTEIN, a member of the Trinity Forks Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas, is on the University of North Texas biological sciences faculty. (Denton Record Chronicle)Feb 3, 2017
Grow your own wedding bouquet
Sedum, Aconitum and asters.
Use a garden fork or spade to lift the entire clump place it on a sheet of strong plastic, and then use either two garden forks or a large, sharp knife (even a small saw if required) to gently prise/cut the clump in half. Divide these up a... (Irish Times)Jan 19, 2017
Gardening for the Record: Lenten Rose thumbs nose at Mother Nature
Ideally you want your lowest limb six feet from the ground. Do any corrective pruning while trees are young, removing narrow crotch angles, double forks, etc. Remember to cut limbs back to the trunk leaving only the small ridge. No sealants are necessary. You can expect a wound from a 1-inch limb to heal over by the second year after cutting if not by the end of the first year. Larger wounds will take longer to seal.
• Vegetable gardens need to be cleaned up if you haven’t done so. Winter cleanup reduces insect and disease pressure for the coming growing season. Don’t put this debris in the compost pile (it may not get hot enough to kill harmful pathogens). Asparagus stalks can be cut back and beds need a new 2-3 inch layer of compost.
• Mulch strawberry beds now with straw. Keep the straw off the crowns. The straw will keep fruit from touching the soil and rotting.
Next week, the topic will be the bottle tree and other garden art.
Lucy Fry of Fort Smith is a level 4 Master Gardener and writes the area Master Gardener newsletter. Her column, Gardening for the Record, runs weekly in the Times Record. Send questions to email@example.com.
(Helena Daily World)
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