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Order flowers and gifts from Nature's Gifts Greenhouse & Floral located in Darlington WI for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 16111 Highway 81, Darlington Wisconsin 53530 Zip. The phone number is (608) 776-3998. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Nature's Gifts Greenhouse & Floral in Darlington WI. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Nature's Gifts Greenhouse & Floral delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Jun 14, 2018

Photographers challenged to capture Thornton Hall flowers and history for new competition

THE NORTHERN ECHO has teamed up with Thornton Hall gardens, on the outskirts of Darlington, to run a photography competition over the first half of the summer. Thornton Hall is a remarkable 16th Century farmhouse two miles outside Darlington where the formal gardens got lost over the centuries and under the hooves of livestock. However, resident Sue Manners has spent the last 30 years rediscovering the walled gardens with their raised beds leading up to a belvedere, and she has added new features like a waterfall and a wildlife pond, so that now they are one of the finest of their kind in the region. She opens on Wednesdays in June and July until harvesting takes up all of her family's time. Homemade lunches and afternoon teas are available from one of the outhouses, and all proceeds from the £7 admission charge going to charity. This year, Thornton Hall is supporting the air ambulance, and Alzheimer's and prostate cancer research. Photographers are invited to enter their pictures taken at Thornton Hall into two categories: flora and fauna, and heritage. The gardens contain a h...

Apr 27, 2017

Spring Plant & Flower Festival returns to Pee Dee State Farmers Market

The Pee Dee State Farmers Market operates year round and is located at 2513 W. Lucas Street (US Highway 52) half way between Florence and Darlington. The market adds many more vendors just for the festival weekend. Admission and parking are free.–The above information is from the Pee Dee State Farmers Market.Share this:Related PostsAdvertisement... (WBTW - Myrtle Beach and Florence SC)

Dec 8, 2016

Explore homes in Colonial Williamsburg, Smithfield, Poquoson decked out for holidays

Tenement, which is leased by Bruton Parish for families to gather before events at the church. Also included are the Charlotte Brooks House, J.C. Darlington House and Plumeri House. Wrapping up the list is the President's House, in which 27 of the 28 presidents at William and Mary have lived. It's the oldest home on the tour, dating back to 1732. "It's always a treat to have the President's House," Houff said. Preparation for the Christmas Homes Tour began in February with the club's tour chairs, Deanna Isemann and Kay Ruhf, beginning to search for residents willing to open their homes to public. "You have to do a sales job on them," Ruhf said. In the weeks leading up to the tour, Green Spring begins to finalize flower arrangements and decorations. "Finding the right greens and containers for each house is so different," Houff said. "We arrange all week." The Green Spring Garden Club is made up of 50 members and is additionally bolstered by about 300 volunteers for this event. Roles include arranging flowers, decorating the interior and exterior of the homes and hosting guests at each location. This year, anywhere from 1,200 to 1,400 people are expected. "The weather never seems to stop anything," Houff said. "People want to see the inside of the homes they never get to see." The tour is from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased on Friday and Saturday from the Williamsburg Lodge (310 S. England Street) and the Colonial Williamsburg Regional Visitor Center (101 Visitor Center Drive). They can also be purchased from the homes. More info: Smithfield homes tour Christmas in Smithfield will feature a historic homes tour this Saturday. The tour was a staple in the 1980s, running for 12 straight years before ending in the 1990s, according to Christmas in Smithfield Chairman Lanny Hinson. A high demand of volunteers couldn't be met until last year, when the tour returned to Smithfield. "It takes a village larger than we have," Hinson said. About 100 volunteers are used for this year's tours. A daytime tour will take guests to three homes while a sold-out candelight tour in the evening to three different homes also is planned. Proceeds will go toward the Isle of Wight Courthouse, which is part of the non-profit Preservation Virginia. "It was a real success so we're doing it again this year," Hinson said. "The homeowners have been very gracious to allow to us open up their homes for this one special weekend." Three homes will be featured on the tour, with tickets still available for tours between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Tickets for the tour can be purchased ... (Daily Press)

Apr 22, 2016

Meet new baby horses at Children's Zoo, April Dawn and May Flowers Fancy

April Dawn was born April 28, 2015, and May Flowers Fancy was born May 31, 2015. They travelled to Saginaw from a family farm in Darlington, Missouri.  The baby horses moved into the zoo's former Clydesdale exhibit, formerly home to Bonnie and Josie, who lived there for nearly 10 years until they died due to age-related ailments. "Based on their outgoing and friendly nature, April Dawn and May Flowers Fancy seem like just the right horses to move into the exhibit and take over the job of brightening the lives of those they meet," the release states.  Monkey discovers hidden GoPro at Michigan zoo Shire horses are considered to be big for draft horses, according to zoo officials. The breed has held world records in both largest overall horse and tallest horse.  Although they're only a year old, April Dawn and May Flowers Fancy can reach over their fence to greet visitors.  Children's Zoo at Celebration Square, located at 1730 S. Washington, is closed for the season. It reopens to the public Saturday, April 23.  The zoo is hosting a Members Only Weekend from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 16, and Sunday, April 17. Learn more at or on the zoo's Facebook page.  Heather Jordan is a reporter for MLive. She can be reached at 989-450-2652 or For more news, follow her on Twitter. (

Feb 3, 2016

Dancing with the Stars of Florence 2016: Meet Pam Flowers

Florence County competition will be held March 22 at the Southeastern Institute of Manufacturing and Technology Center on the campus of Florence-Darlington Technical College. The songs have been chosen and now the pairs must dance their way to the top. After Feb. 1, votes can be cast online at for $10 per vote. There will be multiple awards given out at the end of the event, including ?œPeople?™s Choice,” ?œTechnical Skills Winner” and ?œMost Entertaining.” Meet the contestants in the coming weeks in Pee Dee Weekly. Today, meet "celebrity dancer" Pam Flowers.   Q. If you could pick any song to dance to, what would it be and why? A. Burnadene (Kelley-Newman) gave us a list of 30 songs. Candy Man was on that list and I wanted to do that one because Christina Aguilera did it and she did a military theme for the video; one of the other dancers picked that. Whenever they told us we could go off list, I chose "Focus." That song is fresh. It hasn?™t been out there and it has a really good beat to it. I thought it might be good because not a lot of people at the event have probably heard it. Q. What is your go-to dance move at parties and weddings? A. I don?™t really have any go-to moves. (SCNow)

Jan 8, 2016

Grace Evans Enfield Sturdevant, 89

Mrs. Henrietta MacDonald, formerly of Wappinger Falls, NY., Mrs. Marjory Barrow, formerly of Bel Air, Md., Mrs. Dorothy Brand, formerly of Darlington, Md. and Mrs. Mary Virginia Williams ,formerly of Aberdeen, Md. Viewing is at Rausch Funeral Home, 4405 Broomes Island Road, Port Republic, Md. 20676, Tuesday 2-4 and 6-8 and the funeral service will be held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Prince Frederick, Md., Wednesday 11:00 AM, followed by a reception at the Parish Hall. Donations to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Calvert Hospice and Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research in lieu of flowers. This entry was posted on December 28, 2015 at 8:17 pm and is filed under All News, Calvert News, County, Obituaries, z 600X120 Top Ad Bottom. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. (Southern Maryland News Net)


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