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Flowers

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Roses

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Florists in Beckley, WV

Find local Beckley, West Virginia florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Beckley 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.

Beckley Flower Shops

All Seasons Floral

317 N. Eisenhower Dr
Beckley, WV 25801
(304) 929-7673

Beckley Cut Flower

119 N. Kanhawa St
Beckley, WV 25801
(304) 252-6565

Dias Floral Company

3013 Robert C Byrd Dr Ste A
Beckley, WV 25801
(304) 253-4561

Flowers By Nancy

612 N. Eisenhower Dr
Beckley, WV 25801
(304) 252-3569

Jay Roles' Floral, Inc.

4617 Robert C. Byrd Dr
Beckley, WV 25801
(304) 252-1017

Webbs Of Beckley Florist

115 N. Kanawha St
Beckley, WV 25801
(304) 253-8303

Beckley WV News

Feb 27, 2020

Florists, deliverers rush to meet hundreds of Valentine's orders - WOAY NEWSWATCH

By 11 a.m., Bessie’s already had an additional 90 orders to fill on top of their 200 pre-orders. Deliverers went out to Fayetteville, Oak Hill, Beckley and other localities to make the deliveries to homes and businesses. They usually work until at least 5 p.m. to make sure every delivery ends up where it’s meant to go and the customer is left with a smile on their face. Kassie Simmons joined the team in January 2019 as a weekend journalist. She graduated from Virginia Tech in just two and a half years with a BA in multimedia journalism. During her short time at Virginia Tech, she served as the editor for the university’s chapter of The Tab. Kassie was named the top reporter for The Tab at Virginia Tech on multiple occasions and made the list for the top 30 reporters for The Tab in the U.S. She also studied theater performance and minored in creative writing. Before coming to WOAY, Kassie interned at WSLS in Roanoke and the Tidewater Review in her hometown of West Point, Va. She has loved following breaking news since her childhood and has a passion for delivering the stories people care most about. Kassie is excited to be working in Southern West Virginia and looks forward to all the adventures ahead of her. You can follow her on Twitter at @KassieLSimmons and like her page on Facebook. If you have a story you think she should check out, send her an email at ksimmons@woay.com.

May 25, 2017

A mother's legacy blooms in Far NE Heights

So many flowers,” Yvonne Beckley chuckles. “In the front yard, back yard, side yard. She even had flowers in the front patch of ground on the other side of the sidewalk. Verbena and iris in the back, roses and peonies on the side. They were everywhere. I used to get tired of her getting me to walk around to see and sniff all of them.”Her mother, Angelina Garcia, had a knack for making things bloom. Children. Friendships. Flowers.Especially flowers.AdvertisementContinue reading“People would come just to look at her flowers, especially those peonies,” Beckley recalls. “She was a master gardener way before the term existed. She just learned by doing.”Angelina GarciaBeckley tells me about those peonies, how in her mother’s loving hands they were transformed from tuberous roots gnarled like an old woman’s fingers into aromatic clouds of pink and white and crimson, some as big as softballs, so many years ago.These were flowers of historical significance, Beckley explains, rescued from the gardens of the Alvarado Hotel, a magnificent Spanish Mi...

Mar 30, 2017

Inside Popup Florist, Fashion's Latest Favorite Flowers

Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles, the Maryland native was quickly scooped up as a designer for the now-defunct brand Beckley, where she was given near-complete creative control. “It was sort of my dream job in fashion,” she says. “I worked with the owner really closely, we did three collections a year and we had our own stores to put them in, so it was amazing. We ended up closing in November, [the founder Melissa Akkaway] wanted to focus on her family and I think fashion is just really hard right now.”Going from her dream gig to unemployed at 25 left Hayes wondering what the next step was — and what would top her previous gig. “I had a brief moment of ‘oh my God, what am I going to do with my life,’” she says. “And then I thought I should really start doing florals or events, something else that’s another passion of mine. So one night, in January of 2016, I was like, I should start something called Popup Florist because then I don’t have to have a permanent space. And I signed up for the Instagram right away.”The social media app has been the main driver in her success. After her first pop-up at West Village coffee shop The Elk, for Valentine’s Day in 2016, she continued with small pop-ups before moving into Gansevoort Market in June. But Instagram word-of-mouth has been the biggest source of business. “Eva Chen is probably one of my bigger clients; she’ll mention me in her Instagram story, and when she does, [I always] feel like someone reaches out to me,” Hayes says. “Emily Weiss from Glossier put [my work] on her Instagram story and then after that did another post of my business card. It’s gone exactly how I wanted to — I work with fashion brands and beauty brands, and I haven’t had to do any corporate work really. I’ve been able to work with my dream clients. Instagram ... (WWD)

Oct 27, 2016

Earth, Wind and Flowers install new officers

Article submitted by Mary Lee Minor The Earth, Wind and Flowers Garden Club greeted two new members Doug and Kim Beckley when the club met at the Bucyrus Public Library. The group dined from a buffet table of harvest dishes prepared with garden products. 2016-2017 officers were installed by Mary Lee Minor who suggested they each consider being wedded to the club. Nosegays of fresh plant materials focused on red for Susan Maynard, president, pink for Cheryl Corney, vice-president, blue for Deb Pigman, and gold for treasurer, Joy Lauthers. Club members heard a summary by June Gebhardt, of the recent flower show “All Aboard”, held at the train station. A decision was made to purchase a brick as a donation to the Bucyrus Preservation Society. Funding was approved to the Ohio Association of Garden Clubs, and to the Crawford Park District. Shirley Chapman praised teamwork on the club’s plantings and maintenance on the city square. Two new projects for the city were discussed. Cheryl Corney circulated the program schedule for the year. To close the evening, everyone shared the plants, bulbs and seeds th... (WBCO)

May 3, 2016

Holistic Health and Wellness Fair: A day of healing in Charleston

United States. “Health care is America is totally broken. It’s too expensive and the system is too corrupt,” said the Beckley-based internist and medical botanist. Amjad is a self-described “naturalist” who emphasizes herbal remedies and alternative remedies in the face of a corporate medical system that emphasizes expensive interventions and costly procedures and medicines. Amjad, who has written scores of books, monographs and articles about natural remedies, will be a featured speaker at Saturday’s free Holistic Health and Wellness Fair, which runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 520 Kanawha Blvd. West. The event features four other guest speakers, more than 30 vendor booths, specialty foods, raffles and free demonstrations and group practice from 9:30 to 11 a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. to mark World Tai Chi and Qi Gong Day (Qi Gong is a Chinese moving meditation exercise). Amjad will speak at 11:30 a.m. and then again at 1 p.m., on the topic “Treating Common Illnesses with Herbal and Natural Medicine.” He has written on such subjects as “Medical Botany of the Eastern United States,” “Common Medicinal Plants of Appalachia,” “Wild Flowers of West Virginia,” “Pomegranate: Anatomy of a Divine Remedy,” and “Tea: Elixir of Life.” (See his website for more titles: www.jmcnaturalmedicine.com.) Amjad also wrote a book on “Catfish, Man of the Woods... (Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription))

Apr 28, 2016

Check out the wildflowers this weekend

New River. Some field guides will be available. • Youth Arts in the Parks Performance Celebration — 6 to 7:30 p.m., auditorium at Tamarack in Beckley. See how nature has inspired performance arts in this celebration of ecology through art. Featured southern West Virginia youth artists include Dance It! Dance Studio, Nicholas County High School Choir, School of Harmony and Summers Middle School Kids in Dramatic Studies. Saturday, April 23 • Early Birding at Grandview — 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., Grandview – Shelter #4 at New River Gorge National River in Grandview. Bring your binoculars and get an early start with the avian neighbors. Binoculars will be available. • Hike Into Spring! — 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Grandview – Shelter #4 at New River Gorge National River in Grandview. Join naturalists on a leisurely 2.5-mile hike from Grandview down to the New River, finding wildflowers and other natural wonders along the way. Be prepared for some steep terrain as we travel down an old dirt road. A free return shuttle will be provided. Reservations requested; call 304-466-0417. • Explore Nature's Bouquet Hike — 3:30 to 5 p.m., lobby of Twin Falls Lodge at Twin Falls Resort State Park in Mullens. Explore a variety of habitats on this 3/4-mile hike on the Buck Run Trail. Be prepared for some steep terrain. • Old Growth Ecology Hike — 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., Patterson House at Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park in Summersville. Explore the old growth forest ecology of Pierson Hollow in the Gauley River Gorge, a rare thing to find these days. Be prepared for a leisurely 1-mile hike with some moderate terrain. Sunday, April 24 • Spring Birding at Babcock — 8 to 9:30 a.m., Glade Creek Grist Mill at Babcock State Park in Clifftop. Stroll the diverse habitats of Babcock in search of region beauties — birds. Binoculars will be available. • Falls & Flowers: the Nature of Brush Creek + Bluestone Bonus — 1 to 4:30 p.m., nature center at Pipestem Resort State Park in Pipestem. Enjoy beautiful waterfalls and blooms along Brush Creek on this moderate 3-mile round trip walk. Meet at Pipestem's Nature Center to car caravan to the trailhead. Add an extra mile on a hike to the mouth of Brush Creek to the Bluestone River, a nice hike addition for the New River Gorge 100-Mile Challenge. • Basic Wildflower Photography — 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., Canyon Rim Visitor Center in Lansing. Come and go as you please for this informal mini-photography workshop. Learn hot tips of close-up nature photography as you try your hand at this art form. Starter cameras will be available, plus you'll get to print out a photo. • National Park Nature Adventure Tales Around the Campfire — 7:30 to 9 p.m., Burnwood Day Use Area in Lansing (directly across highway 19 from the Canyon Rim Visitor Center and just north of the New River Gorge Bridge). Join rangers for tales of adventure in nature and national parks. Bring some of your favorite 5-minute park stories... (The Fayette Tribune)