Florists in Cedarburg, WI
Find local Cedarburg, Wisconsin florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Cedarburg 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.
Cedarburg Flower Shops
Cedarburg WI News
Oct 5, 2017
High and dry: Hang flowers to preserve their beauty year-round
If flowers are in full bloom or beyond, they won’t tend to last as long,” said Zannah Crowe, a horticulturist for Johnson’s Gardens in Cedarburg. “The other thing is to harvest them at the time of day when they have the least moisture on them. You don’t want to harvest them in the morning when they’ll have dew or rain on them.” There should never be any fear of failure with drying flowers, she said. “It’s all about experimenting, and air-drying is easy,” suggests Crowe. “The first thing I ever dried was the Annabel Hydrangeas. It’s a no-brainer because sometimes people are hesitant. They have these beautiful flowers but don’t want to cut them. There are so many flowers on an Annabelle Hydrangea that you don’t mind cutting them.” Once flowers are cut, strip them of their foliage. “All the foliage comes off when it is fresh because everything gets brittle when it is dry,” said Crowe. For most flowers, she just uses her hands to strip the leaves. Don’t be tempted to plunge them into a vase of water at any point. You want them to be as dry as possible for the entire process. As a general rule, flowers that are multi-petaled are the ones that dry the best. Roses, peonies and yellow types of yarrow are some of Crowe’s favorites for beginners. Lisa Larsen at Sunborn Gardens in Mount Horeb married into the family business, where dried flowers have been a part of every season for the past 44 years. She regularly posts pictures of her flower arrangements on Instagram, and when it isn’t the growing season, she teaches others to work with cut and dried flowers. To extend the fresh flower and garden business, they dry flowers throughout the year and sell them in the off season. “Anything can be dried,” Lar... (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)Mar 23, 2017
Home and Garden events
The Fragile Life of Monarchs,” 7 p.m. April 4. $8 per lecture. The Pavilion, Ozaukee County Fairgrounds, W67-N866 Washington Ave., Cedarburg. ozaukeemastergardeners.orgCilantro-Coriander Herb of the Year. May 2.REALTORS Home & Garden Show: Indoor and outdoor home improvement tips, gardening advice and cooking demonstrations, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. March 26; 4-8 p.m. March 29-30; 10 a.m.-8 p.m. March 31-April 1; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. April 2. Admission $8. Wisconsin Exposition Center, State Fair Park, 640 S. 84th St., West Allis. (414) 778-4929; www.mkehgs.comRotary Botanical Gardens: A 20-acre nonprofit botanic garden open year-round, with a visitor center and meeting facility offering classes and workshops. 1455 Palmer Drive, Janesville. Information: (608) 752-3885; www.rotarybotanicalgardens.orgSchlitz Audubon Nature Center: Environmental education programs for all ages, open daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 1111 E. Brown Deer Road, Bayside, (414) 352-2880; www.schlitzaudubon.org/Planting Tomorrow’s Habitat Annual Gala. June 2.South Shore Garden Club: “Flowers Around the World” luncheon and “The Era of the 70s” fashion show, 9:30 a.m. April 22. $40 members/ $45 nonmembers/ $15 children under 12. Wisconsin Club, 900 W. Wisconsin Ave. Reservations: Rita Majerie-Klug, (414) 333-5536.SouthEast Wisconsin Master Gardeners: “Bee Aware: The Importance of Pollinators in Your Garden,” 10 a.m. April 1. Free and open to public. Lake Park Community Room, 3133 E. Newberry Blvd. fyi.uwex.edu/sewmg/Perennial Plant Sale. May 20.Urban Ecology Centers: Provide year-round educational programs for kids, families and adults of all ages that foster ecological understanding and provide outdoor science education at three locations: Riverside Park, 1500 E. Park Place, (414) 964-8505; Washington Park, 1859 N. 40th St., (414) 344-5460; and Menomonee Valley, 3700 W. Pierce St., (414) 431-2940.Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum: Friends of Villa Terrace 2017 Garden Lecture Series, 7 p.m. Each lecture $20 member/ $25 nonmember. All dates $90 member/ $115 nonmembers. 2220 N. Terrace Ave. (262) 242-6095; www.villaterracemuseum.org/Maximize Your Garden Space. March 29.Unique Conifers. April 12.Flowers in Art. April 26Horticultural Inspirations. May 10.Continuous Bloom. May 24.Waukesha County Technical College: Hands-on noncredit personal enrichment courses. Classes held at 327 E. Broadway, Waukesha. (262) 691-5578; www.wctc.edu/Container Herb Gardening. May 13. $38.70.Wehr Nature Center: Maple Sugar Days fea... (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)Dec 23, 2015
Cedarburg florist robbed, bound with wire: “It matters most that I am safe”
CEDARBURG -- Police need your help finding a robbery who stole from a florist in Cedarburg. The robbery happened on Thursday night, December 17th -- and it's the first robbery in Cedarburg in about six years.
The incident has everyone on alert -- especially considering the suspect is still at large.
An ugly crime happened in a place where such beautiful things are created.
"I was crying and just scared. 'Oh my God, I got robbed,'" Rachel Lantz said.
Lantz was preparing to close up shop on Thursday evening when one more person came through the door. This person wasn't a customer -- but a man in a mask.
"He said 'give me all your money.' He kind of mumbled and I said 'what?!'" Lantz said.
Lantz says she was stunned as the man made his way around the counter and demanded the cash register be opened.
Rachel's Roses in Cedarburg
Lantz was visibly shaken as she recounted the events for FOX6 News.
"He was tying me up with wire. He tied my hands behind my back with wire," Lantz ... (fox6now.com)