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Wisconsin State Featured Florists
127 North Main Streetp.O. Box 244Lake Mills, WI 53551
6551 State Road 11Delavan, WI 53115
3100 N Richmond StAppleton, WI 54911
1288 Rudy StOnalaska, WI 54650
1223 S Cesar E Chavez DrMilwaukee, WI 53204
Wisconsin Flowers News
Oct 15, 2020
Kenosha, Wisconsin Farmer Plants Two Million Sunflowers To Make People Smile - Good News Network
One Wisconsin man has been very busy during the pandemic: He’s planted two million sunflowers to give joy to others.
Guests at Thompson Strawberry Farm pay $25 per car group, and are invited to cut and take a dozen of the bright flowers home once they’re done wandering through the fields, taking pictures, and having a good time in the late summer sun.
Scott Thompson is a fourth-generation berry farmer based in Bristol, Kenosha County. Speaking with Patch, he said this year people have been coming from Milwaukee, from Chicago, and everywhere in-between.
“A lot of people are saying, ‘We just needed to get out of the city and come out to a place where I could take my mask off for a couple of hours.'”
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Area man hands out roses – and happiness – to 'transform world with love' - Delray Newspaper
Everyone wants to spread love and give away roses.”
Kristina Martin, a Lake Worth resident who had arrived in Florida from Wisconsin a week earlier, received several flowers from Lerman. “I love them,” she said. “I think it’s a good thing to spread positivity. It makes people happy.”
Leslie Morris, who drove to Palm Beach County from Weston to help distribute flowers, said giving out the colorful blossoms showed “unconditional love for humanity. It puts a smile on people’s faces and spreads compassion in this really rough time.”
“Th... Jun 19, 2020
Butterflies and Blooms returns to Green Bay Botanical Garden - WBAY
The exhibit features many butterflies native to Wisconsin, including the Monarch. This year, the garden has added 20 new species coming from Texas, Florida and Mexico.
About 300 new butterflies arrive each week. By the end of summer, about 4,500 butterflies are fluttering about the garden.
Visitors are allowed to feed the butterflies at any time.
Outside the butterfly house is a garden and information on which plants attract butterflies.
"Pollinators are important to the ecosystem because they help flowers to make new seeds. That of course helps new plants. But also think about all the foods that we eat that have seeds in them. Our tomatoes, our apples, our peppers. New seeds also grow new seeds for us, too. It's said that one in every three bites of food comes from a pollinator," says Linda Gustke, Education Manager.
The exhibit is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. It goes until Aug. 31.
Visitors are asked to wear a mask or face covering.
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... May 1, 2020
Wausau decorated with unused flowers - WKOW
WAUSAU (WKOW) -- Several businesses are spreading cheer by "flower bombing" one city in central Wisconsin.
One florist in Wausau donated flowers to another florist and a photographer, which they put up all over downtown Wausau Tuesday.
Because of the impact of the coronavirus, the flowers would have been thrown out.
Now WAOW reports they're out for people to enjoy.
They also left bouquets in front of businesses in downtown Wausau.
They dubbed the campaign #flowerbombWausau.
Feb 27, 2020
Chino Hills woman celebrates 100th birthday with family, friends - Chino Champion
Mrs. Barak, a resident of Pacific Senior Living in the Butterfield Ranch area of Chino Hills, was born and grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the oldest of six children. She has been a California resident for decades but has kept in touch with her many friends from all stages of her life.She played the saxophone in a marching band and played the oboe and piano as well. She and her late husband Val loved to dance and attended many polka parties well into their eighties.She also enjoys reading and keeps up with her friends and family with hand-written letters and handmade cards.Among the 43 adults and eight children at the birthday party was a group of friends from the “old neighborhood” of 94th Street in Milwaukee, where she and her husband raised their four children, Ed Barak, Alan Barak, Margaret Coonan and Mrs. Vineyard.All four children and seven of her eight grandchildren were at the birthday bash. Her younger sisters, Ruth and Dolores, both in their 90s, were also there.Guests came from as far as Hawaii, Wisconsin, Cayucos and Palm Springs.Mrs. Barak’s party was decorated with balloons, streamers and flowers in her favorite color of pink.The partygoers enjoyed her favorite Italian foods, all made by her daughters and granddaughter Becky. Desserts included cake, ice cream, cannoli and Mrs. Barak’s “famous” peanut squares.Asked about the biggest change she had seen in her 100 years, Mrs. Barak replied “Oh my, everything has changed.”