Today, more than 30 local florists from Birmingham and the surrounding area came together to create a floral memorial in front of the Rotary Trail sign. Keep reading for a little inspiration, and make sure to stop by this weekend to see it for yourself.Continue reading “PHOTOS: 30+ local florists joined forces to create floral memorial at Rotary Trail”
The Birmingham Rose Society invites you to come see, smell, photograph and enjoy roses Mother’s day weekend at the beautiful Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
It’s one of the largest exhibitions of roses in the southeast with hundreds of roses on display. All roses at the show have been grown in exhibitors gardens and serve as a showcase of what can be grown in this area.
The judging is Saturday morning, but the festivities are all weekend! There are all sorts of categories ranging from “novice” to “experienced exhibitor” and also “artistic arrangements” and, a photography division.
While you’re here, be sure to stroll through the stunning Dunn Formal Rose Garden and see hundreds of magnificent roses in bloom.
Exhibitor and Show Schedule
6 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Entries Received
10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Judging of the entries
3 p.m. – Growing Roses in Alabama-
FREE educational seminar
1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Rose Show open to the public
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Rose Show open to the public
Interested in exhibiting your roses, arrangements or photographs at the show? Check out http://www.BirminghamRose.org/ for full details.
See you at the show!
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Birmingham finally has its first-ever flower truck and we are pumped! Wild Honey Flower Truck is rolling into Bham this Saturday, November 10 and you won’t want to miss it.Continue reading “Birmingham’s first flower truck is rolling into town this Saturday, November 10th”
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How has Dorothy McDaniel’s Flower Market thrived for 40 years? The answer: With creations that are classic, yet edgy. Continue reading “Dorothy McDaniel’s Flower Market celebrates 40 years in business”