Florists in Abbotsford, WI
Find local Abbotsford, Wisconsin florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Abbotsford 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.
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Jul 5, 2016
Celebrate Canada's 149th birthday with your neighbours
For more information on the Langley Canada Day JRBQ and a full schedule of performers, visit tol.ca/events.
ENTERTAINMENT LINEUP WILL WOW CROWDS AT ABBOTSFORD'S CANADA DAY PARTY
An Aldergrove band is among the impressive evening entertainment lineup booked for this year’s Canada Day evening celebrations in Abbotsford.
This year’s Canada Day 2016 Celebrations, sponsored by Prospera Credit Union, and with funding in part from the Department of Canadian Heritage, will be full of new and exciting entertainers including TEAM T&J, Jada Klein, Her Brothers, and Fionn.
Jada Klein is a 15 year old local singer who won the 2014 Valley Voices competition. She has already released her first single titled “Puzzle Piece.”
TEAM T&J are a fresh dose of active and uplifting family entertainment from Toronto. TEAM T&J will be engaging the Canada Day crowds with creative, inspiring and interactive live music.
Her Brothers have been performing throughout B.C. since 2008, and are made up of three brothers, Gabe, Josh, and Levi. The Aldergrove band recently held a benefit concert for Fort McMurray residents.
Fionn is a twin sister singer/songwriter duo from the City of White Rock, and they perform an eclectic mix of guitar and mandolin based folk, country and pop.
Many great events are planned throughout the day including a parade down South Fraser Way, free family fun at Exhibition Park, entertainment, fireworks and much more. Further details on the events for the day will continue to be updated online at www.abbotsford.ca/canadaday.
... (Aldergrove Star)Apr 22, 2016
Colours come out at Abbotsford Tulip Festival
Abbotsford Tulip Festival owner Alexis Warmerdam says this week's weather has brought more flowers into bloom.
— image credit: Tyler Olsen/Abbotsford News
This week’s warm weather has arrived just in time for the organizers of the inaugural Abbotsford Tulip Festival.
Located on North Parallel Road just east of the Whatcom Road exit, the festival’s long-planned opening day arrived last weekend, before many of the 10 acres of tulips had bloomed.
But sunny weather and temperatures that neared 20 C prompted several varieties to bloom early in the week. Although there is still lots of green, by Thursday rows of yellow, orange, and multicoloured flowers were in bloom, while purple petals slowly pushed forth into the sun. By Thursday, about five per cent of the field was in bloom, with more flowers expected to open by the weekend, organizer Alexis Warmerdam says.
Of course, that is all weather-dependent.
“Unfortunately, Mother Nature is out of our control,” she said.
This is the first year... (Abbotsford News (blog))Apr 22, 2016
2.5 million bulbs in full bloom at Abbotsford Tulip Festival (PHOTOS)
Standing in the middle of this vast field will remind you of a scene from The Wizard of Oz; everywhere you turn at the first annual Abbotsford Tulip Festival, densely packed multicoloured tulip bulbs are in full bloom.
The 10-acre (435,600-square-foot) attraction is backdropped by the Fraser Valley’s mountains to the north, east, and south, including the snowcapped peaks of Mount Baker if the weather conditions are fair.
Approximately 2.5 million bulbs of 50 varieties are showcased at the field just off the Trans-Canada Highway about a 90 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
The tradition of growing flowers at the site began in 1950 when Peter Wamerdam, an immigrant to Canada from the Netherlands, celebrated his Dutch heritage by practicing his horticultural and farming knowledge. This year’s inaugural Tulip Festival on the site was introduced by his granddaughter, Alexis.
Visitors at the festival can stroll through the field and along its perimeters. There is also a covered picnic area, family-friendly activities such as a hay bale playground and duck races, and a ‘U-Pick’ area where visitors can handpick their o... (Vancity Buzz)Apr 22, 2016
Photos: First annual Abbotsford Tulip Festival features 10 acres of blooming bulbs
Even if you squint your eyes, you won’t be able to see the last row of the blooming buds at the first annual Abbotsford Tulip Festival.
2.5 million colourful bulbs cover 10 acres (435,600-square-foot) of farm land at the only tulip festival located in B.C. this year.
Expect to bask in rows and rows of pink, yellow, red, purple, and multi-coloured tulips at this family-owned attraction.
The Warmerdam family has been growing flowers on Sumas Prairie for over 30 years. This year’s tulip festival was created by Alexis Warmerdam, owner and fourth generation Dutch-Canadian bulb grower.
Besides gazing at the myriad amounts of beautiful tulips and wandering through the fields, visitors can also pick their own flowers in a U-Pick field, take photos with cut-out boards, or have a snack in the covered picnic area. Food trucks only come on the weekends.
There’s also a children’s play area, so this weekend trip—a 90-minute drive from Downtown Vancouver—is suitable for the entire brood.
The tulip festival (36737 North Parallel Road, Abbotsford) runs until May 1, seven days a week (9 am to 6 p.m.). Admissio... (Straight.com)Apr 1, 2016
Abbotsford Tulip Festival delayed by cool weather
Organizers of the inaugural Abbotsford Tulip Festival are warning the public that even though they're technically open, their fields of tulips have yet to bloom.
"Unfortunately they're not going to bloom for another seven to 10 days," said owner Alexis Warmerdam.
"We had said we would open on March 25, so we did, and we're just trying to make the best of it."
?Despite above average daytime temperatures across the Lower Mainland for the past several weeks, the fourth-generation bulb grower said the weather hasn't been favourable for tulips.
"In February we were having double-digit evening temperatures, and then when those two wind storms came through, they dropped down to two or three degrees and that slowed everything down."
The young farmer, with a team of approximately 15 people, planted 2.5 million bulbs all in one day on the 4-hectare-field last October, in preparation for the big event.
Tulips of the Valley cancelled
Abbotsford's festival is now the province's sole tulip event after Agassiz, B.C.'s Tulip... (CBC.ca)Mar 11, 2016
Get ready for the bloom at the Abbotsford Tulip Festival 2016
Slap on your sun hat and put the petal to the metal, the Abbotsford Tulip Festival 2016 is almost here.
The annual celebration of one of nature’s most beautiful and beloved flowers is back again, with over 10 acres of breathtaking tulips for you and the family to enjoy.
To round things out check out the hay bale playground, the food trucks, live music, tether ball games, duck races, slacklining, a tulip picking field, and more, all in view of the majestic Mount Baker.
General admission is $5 or $15 for a photographers’ pass, giving you access to the fields from sunrise to sunset. For more information on the festival, visit the Abbotsford Tulip Festival website.
Abbotsford Tulip Festival 2016
When: Friday, March 25 to Sunday, May 1
Time: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (adjusted hours for photographers and Season Pass holders)
Where: 36737 North Parallel Road, Abbotsford
Price: $5 to $15, $40 for a Season Pass
... (Vancity Buzz)