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St Ives Florist

St Ives Florist "Simply the Finest"

Operating as usual

04/14/2011

Planning a wedding? Call today to set up a free wedding consultation for all your floral needs!! 775-333-9190

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03/31/2011

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St Ives, old and new
03/03/2011

St Ives, old and new

12/28/2010

COME IN AND CHECK OUT THE SPECIALS ON ALL CHRISTMAS MERCH!!!!!

11/30/2010

ALL FALL IS 50% OFF THIS WEEK ONLY!!!

11/08/2010

Come join us and help kick of the 2010 Holiday Season!!! We have all kinds of fun stuff going on this year. Bill Brown will be here featuring his artwork, Nothing Bundt Cakes will be here serving up delicious samples of their wonderful confections and as always we will have phenomenal savings, wonderful refreshments, champagne, sparkling cider & the biggest selection of Mark Roberts Fairies in Northern Nevada.

10/30/2010

ALL HALLOWEEN MERCH 50% OFF TODAY! Including all Halloween flower arrangements.

The contorted floral heads of crested types of Cockscomb continue to enlarge throughout the growing season and often hav...
10/28/2010

The contorted floral heads of crested types of Cockscomb continue to enlarge throughout the growing season and often have colorful foliage as a complement.

Snapdragon symbolizes graciousness and strength. Its negative connotations include deception and presumption.
10/27/2010

Snapdragon symbolizes graciousness and strength. Its negative connotations include deception and presumption.

In Europe, lily flowers were also used as remedy for many kinds of sicknesses and diseases. But, you should be careful i...
10/19/2010

In Europe, lily flowers were also used as remedy for many kinds of sicknesses and diseases. But, you should be careful if you have cats as pets as lilies can be poisonous to them.....and so many pretty colors too!!

An ancient Greek legend describes the origin of the Hyacinth. Two of the gods, Apollo and Zephyr, adored a handsome youn...
10/19/2010

An ancient Greek legend describes the origin of the Hyacinth. Two of the gods, Apollo and Zephyr, adored a handsome young Greek called Hyakinthos. Apollo was teaching Hyakinthos the art of throwing a discus.

Zephyr, who was the god of the west wind, was overcome with jealousy and he blew the discus back. It struck Hyakinthos on the head and killed him. From his blood grew a flower, which the sun god Apollo named after him.

RANDOM FLOWER FACT OF THE DAY
10/16/2010

RANDOM FLOWER FACT OF THE DAY

Andreas Dahl (after whom the plant is named) regarded it as a vegetable rather than a garden flower, but interest switch...
09/30/2010

Andreas Dahl (after whom the plant is named) regarded it as a vegetable rather than a garden flower, but interest switched from the edible tubers to the blooms when the first varieties with large, double flowers were bred in Belgium in 1815.

Hypericum pronounced hy-PERRI-cum, has the common name of St John's Wort. The flower is a stalk of berries in shades of ...
09/29/2010

Hypericum pronounced hy-PERRI-cum, has the common name of St John's Wort. The flower is a stalk of berries in shades of red, orange and brown as well as golden flowers like giant buttercups. Hypericum has increased hugely in popularity over the past five years. Then there was only one general variety of hypericum widely sold. Now there are at least six or seven named varieties available, all with different characteristics. It is a very useful and long lasting flower, that is perfect for christmas arrangements.

Native to the Himalayas and China, the plant has been cultivated in the UK since 1594 originally for its medicinal properties but now also grown commercially for its ornamental berries. Under its common name, St John's Wort, hypericum is sold as a herbal antidepressant.

The genus name “Craspedia” is derived from the Greek word kraspedon, meaning fringed edge, in reference to the feathery ...
09/28/2010

The genus name “Craspedia” is derived from the Greek word kraspedon, meaning fringed edge, in reference to the feathery appendages of some New Zealand species. The specific epithet “globosa” means spherical shaped, in reference to the flower heads.

Saffron, the world’s most expensive spice, is obtained from the Saffron Crocus. The stigmas of the flower are dried and ...
09/25/2010

Saffron, the world’s most expensive spice, is obtained from the Saffron Crocus. The stigmas of the flower are dried and used by cooks for seasoning and color.

Sunflowers really are a lifesaver – they were also used to help mop up radiation after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. T...
09/25/2010

Sunflowers really are a lifesaver – they were also used to help mop up radiation after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. The roots are able to absorb strontium and caesium, reportedly removing 95% of radioactivity from irradiated water sources.

09/22/2010

Random Flower Fact of the Day: In 1890
Luther Burbank crossed oxeye field daisy and Japanese daisy to produce
perhaps the quintessential chrysanthemum - The Shasta Daisy.

09/20/2010

Random Flower Fact of the Day: Barbara Streisand, Whoopi Goldberg, and Rosie O'Donnell each have a rose named for them.

09/18/2010

Random Flower Fact of the Day: Feng shui buffs believe that chrysanthemums will bring happiness and laughter to any room.

09/16/2010

Random Flower Fact of the Day: The largest flower in the world is the rare and endangered Rafflesia flower of Indonesia.

09/13/2010

Random Flower Fact of the Day: The Leek and the Daffodil are both emblems of Wales. The national flower
of Wales is usually considered to be the Daffodil. However, the Leek
has even older associations as a traditional symbol of Wales - possibly
because its colours, white over green, echo the ancient Welsh flag.

09/12/2010

If you have some time, we would appreciate it if you would click right under our profile picture and suggest us to all your friends!!! Thanks and we love our customers!!!!!

09/11/2010

Some very rare plants only flower once in their lives. The agave, also
known as the century plant spends many years without growing any
flowers, after which it grows one single bloom and dies. Similarly, the
Puya raimondii which is found in the Andes waits 150 years before
flowering and consequently dying.

09/11/2010

Random Flower Fact of the Day: (sorry its late) The National Flower of Spain is the Red Carnation.

09/08/2010

Random Flower Fact of the Day: Tulip bulbs are agood substitute for onions in cooking.Tulips are the National Flower of Holland.

09/07/2010

VOTE ST IVES FOR BEST OF RENO IN THE RENO NEWS AND REVIEW!!!!

09/02/2010

If you have a few moments today, we would love to hear some of the reviews from our customers!!!!

09/02/2010

In
honor of the birth of Lilly Ann Chamblee, Random Flower Fact of the
Day: Irises and Lilies are used as a symbol referring to “Resurrection
or Life”. It is also associated with stars (sun) and its petals blooming/shining. Congratulations Katie and Daniel!!! And Grandma Patty!

09/01/2010

Random Flower Fact of the Day: Andreas Dahl (after whom dahlias are named) regarded it as a vegetable rather than a garden flower, but interest switched from the edible tubers to the blooms when the first varieties with large, double flowers were bred in Belgium in 1815.

08/31/2010

Random Flower Fact of the Day:
Women prefer pastel colored roses, men on the other hand prefer red.

08/27/2010

Random Flower Fact of the Day: The
cactus family is divided into more than 100 genera. For simplicity North
American cacti are placed into five groups: the prickly pears, the
saguaro cactus group, the hedgehog cacti, the barrel cacti, and the
pin-cushion and fishhook cacti.

08/27/2010

Random Flower Fact of the Day: The number of Begonia hybrids is estimated between 1000 and 2000. Within this enormous family there are plants which are tiny enough to grow in an egg shell and others which can cover a greenhouse wall. If you become addicted to growing begonias you are called a begoniac

ITS ALMOST FALL!!!!
08/27/2010

ITS ALMOST FALL!!!!

08/23/2010

Random Flower Fact of the Day: Sunflowers are able to soak up radiation.

Address

700 S Wells Avenue
Reno, NV
89502

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 6pm
Tuesday 8am - 6pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm
Thursday 8am - 6pm
Friday 8am - 6pm
Saturday 9am - 3pm

Telephone

(775) 333-9190

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