TJ

Author's details

Name: TJ Nigro
Date registered: December 2, 2009
URL: http://www.villagegardens.com

Biography

Village Gardens was established in 1984 in Blue Springs, MO. Village Gardens is a local, family owned and operated business. We are a full service florist specializing in weddings, events, funerals and fresh flowers for any occasion. We deliver to all Kansas City Metro area Hospitals, Funeral Homes, residences and businesses. We can deliver the same day you order if you place your order by 1:00pm (CST). We deliver 7 days a week. If you provide us with your email address when placing your order our drivers have web enabled phones and will email you the moment your order is delivered (local KC Metro area deliveries). Our web site is available for ordering 24/7. Our sites secure servers offer the highest level of security available for e commerce applications. You can order online with confidence that your personal information is safe. Village Gardens is known for roses. We have been the leading seller in the KC Metro area of florist quality roses for over 20 years. We import roses, ourselves, directly from the farms in California, Ecuador and Columbia guaranteeing you the finest, freshest roses available for everyday arrangements and your wedding. Our local prices for roses are unmatched by any area florist. Click here to shop for roses When you schedule a wedding consultation you will be meeting with Dana Nigro, the owner of Village Gardens. Dana has achieved an outstanding reputation among Kansas City area brides. Her reputation is built on the fact that she CARES about each and every arrangement, bouquet, corsage and boutonniere on each and every wedding. Dana sees to every detail personally.

Latest posts

  1. Great Places to Celebrate Birthdays in the KC Metro — July 30, 2013
  2. Summer Fun in Kansas City — July 14, 2013
  3. 5 Reasons Why You Should Have Plants in Your Office — May 22, 2013
  4. Little Ways to Say Thank You — May 15, 2013
  5. Mother’s Day Movies you can watch with Mom — May 1, 2013

Author's posts listings

Oct 05

Do More Than Say It—Show It!

How to Say I Love You

Telling her you love her is one thing, but it’s not the same as actually showing it.  While she’ll love hearing it from you, showing her by doing something for her or getting her a gift can be more powerful.  Actions speak louder than words, as they saying goes, and sometimes that’s absolutely true. So …

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Sep 27

Getting Your Garden Ready for the Fall

Fall is here, and that means it’s time to get your garden ready for the colder temperatures that are ahead.  There’s actually a good amount to do to fully winterize your garden.  It’s not good enough to just leave it as it is. The fall is the time to really get your garden cleaned up.  …

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Sep 20

Sometimes Words are Not Enough

It can be hard to apologize to someone, especially after a huge fight.  If you’ve had a falling out and you’re ready to apologize, you need to put some thought into it.  A bad apology can actually be worse than no apology at all, and you do not want to make the situation worse!  Sometimes, …

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Sep 13

One of the Best Gifts for any Occasion – Flowers

Birthdays.  Anniversaries.  An illness.  A promotion.  Graduation.  Many times, these events call for a gift or token of some sort.  Even serious illnesses usually call for a get-well gift or at least a card.  Finding the appropriate gift for these different events can be very difficult, especially if you don’t know the person that well.  …

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Sep 06

The World is a Better Place Because of Grandparents

This Sunday, September 11, is National Grandparents Day.  This day was founded by Marian McQuade as a way of getting grandchildren to visit their grandparents who lived in nursing homes.  Soon, the day received national attention thanks to President Carter, who proclaimed the first Sunday following Labor Day as National Grandparents Day in 1978. Without …

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Aug 30

Celebrate Labor Day!

Labor Day is this weekend (September 3 – 5, 2011).  This weekend often marks the end of summer for many, and it also means a long weekend.  Why do we celebrate this day?  In 1894, Labor Day was first celebrated as a national day of honoring working men and women. No one is quite certain …

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Aug 24

Ways to Spend the Last Few Summer Days

Summer is almost over!  While the fall brings a lot of activities that many people enjoy, it’s not quite here yet.  There’s still time to enjoy the last few days of summer.  Here are some things you can do before the leaves start to turn. Visit the beach or the local pool one last time.  …

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Aug 16

Back to School Shopping

August is the month when most students start back to school, but something very important has to happen first: the back to school shopping trip!  Kids need to get all their school supplies plus some new clothes and other items before the school year starts.  A lot of states have even implemented tax-free days in …

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Aug 09

Make Your Summer Romance Sizzle

Make Your Summer Romance Sizzle!

Even though summer is slowly wrapping up, there’s still time to start a summer romance or toss some extra fuel onto your current one.  Want to spice up your summer romance?  Add some sizzle?  Here are some tips! Do something unexpected.  Shake things up.  This might mean planning a surprise date where your partner doesn’t …

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Aug 02

Little Ways to Keep a Friendship Alive

Having friends is a great thing.  They help us lighten up, get away from stress, and enjoy our lives.  But the saying “you don’t get something for nothing” does apply to friendships.  The problem is that it can be hard to keep friendships alive in today’s incredibly busy world.  We’re constantly picking up huge work …

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