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Florists in Newcastle, WY

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Jan 4, 2020

Over Easy: Flower power in the age of aggression - Press Herald

Fighting Fiddleheads of Lincoln County, or the Brunswick Begonias, or the Newcastle Nasturtiums. Flowers have a calming effect on people. Back in 1967, young people were asked to wear flowers in their hair when visiting San Francisco for what was labeled the Summer of Love. That was flowers, not guns or blackjacks or any other kind of weapon. If we adopt this idea, anger and violence may be reduced, because who wants to hit someone dressed like a begonia? And then there’s the ritual holiday sporting events that mark some special day. For example, someday might we not be treated to our classic Thanksgiving turkey while on the television is the special holiday football game pitting the Lupins of Lincoln Academy against the Delphiniums of Morse. Who knows? Comments are not available on this story. « Previous Letter: Thank you, honest people in Maine Next » Life Unwound: From ‘them’ to ‘us’ filed under: Related Stories Latest Articles ...

Oct 12, 2018

10/22: Fall Floral Arranging at The Lincoln Home

The event is free. The Lincoln Home is located at 22 River Road, Newcastle. For more information, please contact Rhonda Hanna, 563-3350, or Keep informed on our weekly events at or follow us on FaceBook.

May 24, 2018

Don't be fooled by these pretty invasive flowers that are bad for Maine

Maine's southern coast. The Casco Bay area has been hit by it "very badly," Olmstead said, and it has spread east to areas around Damariscotta and Newcastle. But it is on the move. "Unfortunately, it's making its way inland," she said. "It's been located in Augusta, and people found it in the Sebago Lake region last summer. Because the seed is so small, it's easy to transport." What to do if you find them If people notice these plants in Maine, there are different strategies to take, the experts said. If they find them on municipal, state or federal property, they are encouraged to take photos and make a public report on the iMapInvasives website. "Public reports are super helpful for us to understand where plants are distributed in the United States," Olmstead said. If the plants are on their own property, people can take a more aggressive approach. According to Jackson, the best thing to do as soon as a homeowner notices a plant they've never seen before is to get it identified. If they can't do so on their own, they can head to their local University of Maine Cooperative Extension office to consult with the horticulturists there. Then, as soon as the plants hav...

Feb 8, 2018

Juan Mata Commemorates the Flowers of Manchester on the 60th Anniversary of the Munich Air Disaster

I hope we can do the same against Newcastle this coming weekend. "We really enjoyed ourselves on the pitch, especially during the second half, and eventually we could dedicate the victory to the victims (and their families) of that fateful day in Munich."PAUL ELLIS/GettyImagesThe Spanish midfielder went on to memorialise those who had their live affected by the Munich air disaster. "But the day that is absolutely shown in red on this week’s calendar is this Tuesday, a day that marks the 60th anniversary of the air disaster," Mata wrote. "As I said above in the headline, the victims will never be forgotten, they will always be remembered and will be a part of United’s history forever. The passion, determination and courage shown by the club to carry on in those horrible moments have left an indelible mark forever."The “Flowers of Manchester” will always be with us. By the way, the minute of silence before our game was simply spectacular… It is because of this kind of things that this club is so special."Manchester United's next game comes against Newcatsle United at St James' Park on Sunday, with the Red Devils looking to attempt to keep the pressure on city rivals Manchester City, who currently lead the Premier League by 13 points.

Nov 17, 2017

Businesswoman, 21, opens florist after sister's death

Sophia would be regularly asked by family and friends for flowers for birthdays and christenings. Now, after completing a floristry qualification at Newcastle College, she hopes her new business will blossom.Sophia, front, at the opening of The Flower Pot. Also pictured are Kidsgrove Mayor Laura Dillon and local councillors Kyle Robinson, Sylvia Dymond and Mike StubbsShe said: “When Brittany died, I wanted to be a nurse because of how good the staff at the hospital were with us all, but eventually I decided on floristry because it’s still a really caring profession, and can really make a difference to someone who is grieving.“My sister has really been my inspiration behind starting up the business and without my parents none of this would have happened, so I owe them a big thank you.”Read MoreSophia took on the lease to the Newcastle Road premises in September and, after months of refurbishment work, The Flower Pot was officially opened at the weekend.Karen Lazenby recently ordered flowers from the shop. The 51-year-old, from Lightwood, said: “I used the shop after my uncle died. I wanted something different to send to my aunt."Sophia came up with a box with flowers coming out. I’ve not seen anything like it before and the speed of delivery was fantastic. They listened to what I asked and delivered it. I was very impressed.”... (Stoke Sentinel)

Sep 14, 2016

Westland Horticulture garden centre Rising Stars ready for RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Chives, Chamomile, Wallflowers, Lavender, Viola and Garlic." Sam Clark – Cowell’s Garden Centre, Newcastle Upon Tyne said: "My theme is edible flowers. All the plants have either edible flowers or foliage. A twist on the ‘home-grown gardening’ theme. Hemerocallis in the centre, Along with Allium Sphaerocephalon. Lavender Dwarf. Chamomile to tumble and cover the edge of the pot." Will Clark & Kathryn Bailey – Barton Grange Garden Centre, Preston, said: "We are proposing a contemporary, tiered, contained display to show off the relatively new and extremely beautiful Petunia Heartbreaker under planted with more Petunias.  Rising Star candidates’ work will be assessed throughout the year to review the various elements on which the finalists have received training. The best performing participants will be invited to the 2017 GCA conference where they will showcase some of their work to the audience and talk about the difference it has made. A final winner will then be voted for by conference attendees. This year’s contenders have been invited to each create a container around the subject of ‘home-grown gardening’, which will be on display in The Sun – Flower Square garden. They will travel down to the show and talk to visitors and VIPs about their creation. Keith Nicholson, marketing director for Westland Horticulture, said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for the Rising Stars and their garden centres to exhibit at the prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower Show, which will be held during the Queen’s 90thbirthday celebrations." ... (Horticulture Week)