Perfectly Posh and Painless- The Stunning Mother’s Day Present You Can Pick Up Right On Your Way Home

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An Orchid from Family Produce and Palm Beach Flowers Shop

Procrastinated the purchase of your Mother’s Day gift? With macaroni necklaces losing their impact once you entered double-digits, it’s time to step it up in terms of mom appreciation cadeaux. But before you go canceling your standing Saturday appointment for binge DVR watching and general relaxation in lieu of frantic store hopping, stop by the Southend’s Family Produce and Palm Beach Flowers Shop at 7620 South Dixie Highway.

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Pass by the gold lions as you enter this mecca for last minute gift buyers.  Rows upon rows of gorgeously blooming orchids stand waiting to be adopted for only $15 each (those with two branches are a few dollars more). Give them as is with a transparent pot or select from a wall of chic vases to house your colorful treasure.

This gift delivers the wow-impact that was formerly only achievable through glue-sticked mosaics and painted pottery. Not bad for a five minute and $15 investment.

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Happy Mother’s Day!!

 

Family Product and Palm Beach Flowers Shop
7620 South Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach, FL 33405
(561) 533-3682
http://palmbeachflowersshop.com

 

 

 

 

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Join The Garden Party At Tonight’s SENA Meeting

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Don’t miss SENA’s April meeting tonight:

Thursday, April 14th from 6:30-8:00 at
South Olive Community Center at 345 Summa Street

With a Gardens theme, this is the perfect opportunity to get growing in your own backyard. Guests will include:

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Rachel Wolberg Program Coordinator at Mounts Botanical Garden

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Stewart Bosley of Urban Growers CEDC

SENA welcomes and encourages families to attend. The Kids Club is happening, so the counselors from the Rec Center will be providing activities for the children. Bring your family and learn about growing local fresh food.

About Mounts Botanical Garden
Mounts Botanical Garden is Palm Beach County’s oldest and largest public garden with over 2,000 species of tropical and subtropical plants from six continents, including plants native to Florida, exotic trees, tropical fruit, herbs, citrus and palms.

About Urban Growers CEDC
Urban GrowersHenrietta Bridge Farm Project will focus on eliminating at least 1 of Palm Beach County’s 27 food deserts by teaching low-cost farming techniques and bringing fresh, healthy food to areas comprised of low income and racial minority groups.
*A food desert is a geographic area where affordable and nutritious food is difficult to obtain.