Teleflora Blog

september 2010

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September 23, 2010 |

Youngsters flaunt flowers at biennial garden show

by webdev

Young and old flower enthusiasts are encouraged to participate in The Garden Club of Bentleyville's biennial garden show, which is slated to happen this weekend. [... Read More ]

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September 23, 2010 | Parties and Events

Flowers on display at Pennsylvania mall

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In the Plymouth meeting Mall in Plymouth, Pennsylvania, shoppers were treated to a variety of floral displays created by The Norristown Garden Club. [... Read More ]

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September 23, 2010 | Floral Trends

Off-roading vehicles threaten plant species in Michigan

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Off-roading, driving vehicles on unpaved roads and natural terrains, is not only damaging to some of Michigan's plants, but may in fact threaten certain varieties of foliage to the point of extinction in the state, according to the South Bend Tribune. [... Read More ]

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September 23, 2010 | Flower Tips and Ideas

Long-stemmed, richly colored flowers ideal for drying

by webdev

Many people who are searching for ways to extend the life of their bouquets may attempt to dry their flowers. However, some blossoms will lend themselves to the process better than others. When searching for the perfect flowers to dry, stem length and color are the most important features to consider. [... Read More ]

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September 23, 2010 | Flower Gifts

Idaho man discovers comfort and beauty in petunias

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A 40-year-old man from Boise, Idaho, is attracting visitors from all over North America who want to view his collection of petunias. [... Read More ]

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September 22, 2010 | Parties and Events

Bronx botanical garden offers tasty treats

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The New York Botanical Garden located in the Bronx is hosting its second Edible Garden exhibit, offering plant lovers a chance to view prefect examples of fruits, vegetables and herbs. [... Read More ]

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September 22, 2010 | Floral Trends

Ecologists believe flowers can help track global warming

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Scientists in England suggest that flowers can help in the study of climate change. [... Read More ]

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September 22, 2010 | Floral Trends

Foul-smelling flower blooming at college campuses

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The so-called "corpse flower," nicknamed for its pungent odor, is drawing crowds at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. [... Read More ]

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September 21, 2010 | The Meaning of Flowers

Send flowers for a belated Grandparents Day

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Grandparents Day was September 12. For those who missed the holiday, a gift bouquet may be the best way to show your grandmother or grandfather that you are thinking of them. [... Read More ]

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September 21, 2010 | Parties and Events

Flowers survive typhoon in Taiwan

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Blooming attractions at an international floral event successfully endured a typhoon over the weekend. [... Read More ]