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Florists in Clintonville, WI

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Nov 28, 2018

Seasonal Flowers for Fall and Winter - Columbus Monthly

Meacham and Kasey Conyers of Orchard Lane Flowers (another Central Ohio weddings mainstay, located in Clintonville) have suggestions for making floral selections that are right for the season, but still accomplish the look you're dreaming of. Instead of: Peonies Try: Dahlias Peonies were once only available for a short time in the spring. Now, thanks to Alaskan greenhouses, Meacham says, they're in-season again in mid to late summer. That doesn't mean fall and winter brides need to cut the incredibly popular peony out of their plans, but they should be prepared to pay a price. "Winter peonies are going to be extremely costly, as they are flown in to the U.S. from far-away farms in the Southern Hemisphere," Conyers says. "They aren't the most economical choice, but we can get them from other parts of the world if we need to." In-season peonies, Conyers says, should cost around $8 to $9 per stem. During the off-season you can expect to pay closer to $15 to $20 per stem. Meacham offers the similarly lush and bulbous dahlia as an alternative seasonal statement flower for fall. "The Café au Lait dahlia is especially beautiful for weddings," Mecham says, adding that they're available from local growers into October. This generous, dense bloom comes in other classic wedding colors-dusty peach, ivory, champagne and creamy pink-and has an elegant, ombre-like fade throughout its layered, geometric petals. Instead of: Strictly seasonal themes or color palettes Try: Blues, white-on-white, greens Why stick to a season at all? "Brides are having a lot of fun with their colors and breaking from the traditional ‘holiday' or ‘winter' colors," Conyers says. "They're doing what feels right for their wedding, even if it's not what you'd expect to see at that time of year." Blush pink, whites and heavy greens are still trending no matter what the weather, Meacham adds. Indeed, a good florist can make your wedding colors come to life no matter the season. "We're seeing a large range of colors and blooms being used in the winter," Conyers says. "We had a lot of fun this past winter with bright whites, crisp greens and a touch of blue." If you like the traditional red holiday color palette, consider adding some contemporary fullness to it, she says: Mix a touch of blush with bright and deep reds and a strong burgundy. White-on-white also makes a big impact, lending a high-end feel to a winter wonderland. Texture is key here: All-white arrangements of h...

Nov 15, 2018

Flowers & Bread: Seasonal items accent the lineup

Lagrotteria and Tricia Wheeler, it sounded like a winning combination. Eighteen months later, their business - Flowers & Bread - is thriving in Clintonville. "Those are the things that have really taken off for us," Lagrotteria said of the namesake offerings. Part of the business includes a full-service florist shop and flower-arranging classes. The cafe portion is where customers can grab a casual bite of house-baked goods and other dishes. New seasonal items have been added to the menu. Two savory "twists" are sating appetites: ham and cheese with maple-mustard glaze and fresh spinach and cheese with herbed butter ($3.50 each). They are made from the same dough used for the popular cinnamon-bread twists, formerly known as monkey bread ($3.50). Many people are ordering the savory twists with the soup of the week ($8 a bowl, served with a roll), which is currently root vegetable – leeks, carrots, rutabaga, a touch of cayenne and sour cream - "100 percent for fall," Lagrotteria said. There are four soups per season, running a week at a time. Another popular selection is the pureed cauliflower and apple cider, warmed with cayenne,...

Nov 15, 2018

Seasonal Flowers for Fall and Winter

Meacham and Kasey Conyers of Orchard Lane Flowers (another Central Ohio weddings mainstay, located in Clintonville) have suggestions for making floral selections that are right for the season, but still accomplish the look you're dreaming of. Instead of: Peonies Try: Dahlias Peonies were once only available for a short time in the spring. Now, thanks to Alaskan greenhouses, Meacham says, they're in-season again in mid to late summer. That doesn't mean fall and winter brides need to cut the incredibly popular peony out of their plans, but they should be prepared to pay a price. "Winter peonies are going to be extremely costly, as they are flown in to the U.S. from far-away farms in the Southern Hemisphere," Conyers says. "They aren't the most economical choice, but we can get them from other parts of the world if we need to." In-season peonies, Conyers says, should cost around $8 to $9 per stem. During the off-season you can expect to pay closer to $15 to $20 per stem. Meacham offers the similarly lush and bulbous dahlia as an alternative seasonal statement flower for fall. "The Café au Lait dahlia is especially beautiful for weddings," Mecham says, adding that they're available from local growers into October. This generous, dense bloom comes in other classic wedding colors-dusty peach, ivory, champagne and creamy pink-and has an elegant, ombre-like fade throughout its layered, geometric petals. Instead of: Strictly seasonal themes or color palettes Try: Blues, white-on-white, greens Why stick to a season at all? "Brides are having a lot of fun with their colors and breaking from the traditional ‘holiday' or ‘winter' colors," Conyers says. "They're doing what feels right for their wedding, even if it's not what you'd expect to see at that time of year." Blush pink, whites and heavy greens are still trending no matter what the weather, Meacham adds. Indeed, a good florist can make your wedding colors come to life no matter the season. "We're seeing a large range of colors and blooms being used in the winter," Conyers says. "We had a lot of fun this past winter with bright whites, crisp greens and a touch of blue." If you like the traditional red holiday color palette, consider adding some contemporary fullness to it, she says: Mix a touch of blush with bright and deep reds and a strong burgundy. White-on-white also makes a big impact, lending a high-end feel to a winter wonderland. Texture is key here: All-white arrangements of hydran...

Mar 23, 2017

Made Local: Flowers and Bread

Flowers and Bread, opened last month in Clintonville, is part cozy cafe, floral studio, event space and educational classes. (WSYX/WTTE)COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX/WTTE) — You might recognize Sarah Lagrotteria from The Seasoned Farmhouse where she is an instructor. She and The Seasoned Farmhouse owner Trisha Wheeler have partnered up for a new local venture: Flowers and Bread."Really, for us, this seemed to be an organic development out of The Seasoned Farmhouse," Lagrotteria explained.Flowers and Bread, opened last month in Clintonville, is part cozy cafe, floral studio, event space and educational classes.Sarah Black, the author of One Dough, Ten Breads: Making Great Bread By Hand, is the Bread Director. She recently relocated back to Ohio from New York and says she loves the new bakery. "It's more than what I expected," She said. "Who wouldn't want to work in this beautiful bakery space? This is where our classes will be, as well."Lagrotteria says that in addition to Black, Brooke Petty, formerly of Lindey's is now the head chef... (Fox 28)

Aug 15, 2016

Farmers market app offers online ordering, delivery of local fresh produce

The app, called Allofeed, offers users the chance to buy products from a combined 60 local vendors at seven area farmers markets: the Clintonville Farmers' Market, Easton Farmers Market, Grandview Avenue Farmers Market, Nationwide Pearl Alley Growers Farmers Market, North Market Farmers' Market, Pearl Market and Upper Arlington Farmers Market. The purpose for the technology is twofold, said the app's creator, Victor Strausbaugh of Upper Arlington. Not only can it provide access to local produce and other products for those who can't attend the markets, but it can also offer a sneak peek at what's on sale so those intending to shop in person can plan ahead. "You know what to expect before you get there. If you see a lot of flowers, you might want to bring your car instead of riding your bike so you can get them home," Strausbaugh said. But the app has been slow to take off. Most of the vendors with products on the app, including Woolf Farms, Two Roasting Joes and Hinton Apiaries, said that while they're excited about the opportunity, they haven't noticed any sales stemming from Allofeed. Strausbaugh said he remains hopeful that it will be put to more use. Customers can download it free from Google Play or iTunes. Then they can select a particular market and browse products by vendor. Once an order is placed, Stausbaugh and market managers g... (Columbus Dispatch)

Apr 28, 2016

Yarn-Wrapped Flowers

WHO THOUGHT THIS UP Olivera Bratich owns Wholly Craft, 3515 N. High St. The Clintonville shop features handmade goods from more than 200 crafters and artists, including clothing, jewelry, accessories, paper goods, home décor and more! Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. weekdays, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturdays, noon-5 p.m. Sundays. For more information, go to whollycraft.com or call 614-447-3445. (Columbus Parent)