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    florists
  • Floristry is the general term used to describe the professional floral trade. It encompasses flower care and handling, floral design or flower arranging, merchandising, and display and flower delivery. Wholesale florists sell bulk flowers and related supplies to professionals in the trade.

  • (florist) a shop where flowers and ornamental plants are sold

  • A person who sells and arranges plants and cut flowers

  • (florist) someone who grows and deals in flowers; "the florist made up an attractive bouquet"





    norfolk
  • port city located in southeastern Virginia on the Elizabeth River at the mouth of Chesapeake Bay; headquarters of the Atlantic fleet of the United States Navy

  • A county on the eastern coast of England, east of an inlet of the North Sea called the Wash; county town, Norwich

  • Norfolk is a low-lying county in the East of England. It has borders with Lincolnshire to the west, Cambridgeshire to the west and southwest and Suffolk to the south. Its northern and eastern boundaries are the North Sea coast, including The Wash. The county town is Norwich.

  • The Norfolk was a brig built in Quebec in 1797. It was wrecked at Tahiti in 1802.

  • An industrial and naval port city in southeastern Virginia, on Hampton Roads; pop. 234,403

  • A city in northeastern Nebraska, northwest of Omaha; pop. 23,516











florists in norfolk - Norfolk Island




Norfolk Island Pine - The Indoor Christmas Tree -6" Pot


Norfolk Island Pine - The Indoor Christmas Tree -6" Pot



Norfolk Island Pines, Araucaria heterophylla, are native of Norfolk Island (somewhere between New Caledonia and Australia in the South Pacific). Although they may reach a height of 80 feet in their natural habitat, they will maintain a reasonable size when grown in a container, in the home. The beauty and symmetry of the plant, as well as the soft texture of the foliage will make you want to decorate it, and use it for your living Christmas tree.
The Norfolk Island Pine is a great house plant. It prefers full sun or very, bright, indirect light. Water when the soil is on the dry side.
The Norfolk Island Pine also makes an excellent bonsai!










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106: All prepared for the holidays :-)




106: All prepared for the holidays :-)





... Both that I celebrate. Yule and Christmas.

The mistletoe and holly are for garnishing around the gold taper candle for Yule. Holly to represent the Holly King and the old year, and mistletoe to represent the Oak King and the new year. And the gold candle to represent the rebirth of the Sun God as the days start to grow longer again. Need to do a little more research and come up with a prayer, but so far, very happy :-) Except that I forgot to clip some holly while I was at my dad's so I had to buy this stuff....

And for Christmas, an itty, bitty, little Norfolk Island Pine to see how my cat reacts to it (if he'll ignore or eat it...) And my Christmas ornament for the year. My brother and I each have a collection of ornaments, one from every year. I don't know if there was really ever any purpose to it other than when we were little, our mom bought us Christmas Ornaments every year and we just never stopped. Well, I decided to put a purpose to it. I'm going to start finding ornaments representative of my year. A few of the recent years I've done that, but not very many. I decided that if I wanted to keep up on this tradition, I should have a reason rather than just "collecting more stuff." So my ornament this year is a yellow hummingbird. First off, I LOVE hummingbirds! Secondly, I was looking for an ornament to represent my spiritual growth this past year. The idea I had in my head was a 5 point star, but those are hard to come by. At one place I did see a redheaded mermaid I liked. But it didn't strike me immediately as "TAKE ME HOME!!!!" So I left her. Next I was off to the nursery/florist/Christmas shop where I got all the plant material. Wandered around there. Glanced at things on the trees, but mostly stuck to the hooks of multiple ornaments of the same design. I was being lazy and didn't wanna study the trees that hard. And then I found the tree with these hummingbirds! They were in pink, green and yellow. I kept wandering around HOPING I'd sill find the mermaid at this place rather than the place I originally saw it. And then I got a memo from The Universe! Duh! The mermaid would be associated with Water! I discovered that I'm an AIR elemental this year! So the yellow hummingbird had "Sue's spiritual growth!" written ALL over it!

And that is the story of that :-) So now I am all set for Yule and Christmas and it's a good thing 'cause I'm spending Yule in Albany.











Mimosa (Acacia dealbata)




Mimosa (Acacia dealbata)





Acacia dealbata (Silver Wattle) is a species of Acacia, native to southeastern Australia in New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, and the Australian Capital Territory.
It is a fast growing evergreen tree or shrub growing up to 30 m tall, typically a pioneer species after fire. The leaves are bipinnate, glaucous blue-green to silvery grey, 1–12 cm (occasionally to 17 cm) long and 1–11 cm broad, with 6–30 pairs of pinnae, each pinna divided into 10–68 pairs of leaflets; the leaflets are 0.7–6 mm long and 0.4–1 mm broad. The flowers are produced in large racemose inflorescences made up of numerous smaller globose bright yellow flowerheads of 13–42 individual flowers. The fruit is a flattened pod 2–11.5 cm long and 6–14 mm broad, containing several seeds. Trees generally do not live longer than 30 to 40 years, after which in the wild they are succeeded by other species where bushfires are excluded.
Acacia dealbata is widely cultivated as an ornamental plant in warm temperate regions of the world, and is naturalised in some areas, including southwestern Western Australia, southeastern South Australia, Norfolk Island, the Mediterranean region, and California.
It is the florist's "Mimosa". The flowers are also frequently given to women on International Women's Day.

La Mimosa (Acacia dealbata) e una pianta che appartiene alla famiglia delle Fabaceae.
E molto utilizzata come pianta ornamentale grazie alla sua splendida e profumata fioritura con fiori molto delicati che rappresentano il simbolo delle donne, infatti il suo ramo fiorito viene offerto alle donne il giorno dell'8 marzo: Festa della donna.
E una pianta originaria dell'isola di Tasmania in Australia e per le sue meravigliose caratteristiche come pianta ornamentale ha avuto un facile sviluppo in Europa a partire dal XIX secolo dove oggi prospera quasi spontanea. In Italia e molto sviluppata lungo la Riviera ligure in Toscana e in tutto il meridione, ma anche sulle coste dei laghi del nord. E una pianta molto delicata che desidera terreni freschi, ben drenati, tendenzialmente acidi soprattutto per una buona fioritura. Cresce preferibilmente in aree con clima temperato, teme inverni molto rigidi per lungo tempo sotto lo zero che possono provocarne la morte.

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Lempriere's Dictionary






An international best-seller and winner of the Somerset Maugham Prize, Lempriere's Dictionary is the debut novel from Lawrence Norfolk, one of England's most innovative, internationally acclaimed young authors. In eighteenth-century London, John Lempriere works feverishly on a celebrated dictionary of classical mythology that bears his name. He discovers a conspiracy against his family dating back 150 years. Told with the narrative drive of a political thriller and a Dickensian panorama of place and time, this astonishing tale encompasses the Great Voyages of Discovery, multinational financial conspiracies, and a motley cast of scholars and eccentrics, drunken aristocrats, whores and assassins, and octogenarian pirates, all brilliantly depicted across three continents and the world of classical mythology.

An international best-seller and winner of the Somerset Maugham Prize, Lempriere's Dictionary is the debut novel from Lawrence Norfolk, one of England's most innovative, internationally acclaimed young authors. In eighteenth-century London, John Lempriere works feverishly on a celebrated dictionary of classical mythology that bears his name. He discovers a conspiracy against his family dating back 150 years. Told with the narrative drive of a political thriller and a Dickensian panorama of place and time, this astonishing tale encompasses the Great Voyages of Discovery, multinational financial conspiracies, and a motley cast of scholars and eccentrics, drunken aristocrats, whores and assassins, and octogenarian pirates, all brilliantly depicted across three continents and the world of classical mythology.










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