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.

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Author's posts listings

Dec 29

Flowers for the New Year

Ready for the new year?  If you’re planning on having guests over for dinner or just to hang out and ring in 2011, you’re probably thinking about decorations.  Well, flowers, of course, should be a part of your New Year’s décor.  What kind of flowers should you use?  Well, traditionally people go with white flowers …

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Dec 21

Ready for the Holidays?

Christmas is just about here…are you ready for the holidays?  If you’re wondering if you are, here’s a quick checklist. Do you have all of your gifts bought?  If not, there’s still time to hit the mall.  However, ordering online may no longer be an option unless you want to pay for overnight shipping. Have …

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Dec 16

Decorate with Candles

Many people like decorating with candles.  They use them as centerpieces on their tables, put them on shelves or end tables, and even sit some on their bathroom counters and light them while relaxing in the bath.  Here are some ideas on how to use candles in your home. Some enjoy using candles that come …

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Dec 14

Save the Vases!

We all love getting flowers, but we also know that flowers eventually wilt and must be thrown away or dried.  It’s sad when we decide that our flowers have reached the end of their lives, but just because you get rid of them doesn’t mean that you’re losing everything—don’t forget to save the vases! Vases …

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Dec 07

Order Early for Christmas

It’s never too early to start your Christmas shopping.  In addition to the benefits of avoiding crowds and having all your shopping done well in advance of the holidays, one of the major reasons to start ordering your gifts early for Christmas is that you can be sure you get the products you want.  The …

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Dec 01

Overcome Winter Stress

The holiday season is here, and with it comes the beginnings of winter stress.  It seems like the colder months are almost always the most stressful, but it isn’t always due to the many major holidays that occur in this season.  Sometimes the weather is very stressful.  It can snow so much that you’re trapped …

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Nov 29

Flowers for Hanukkah

Hanukkah, like many other holidays, often includes flowers as part of the decorations.  While most people immediately think of the menorah and the dreidel as symbols of this holiday, it’s not unusual for someone to have an arrangement of brightly colored flowers on the table for Hanukkah.  These bright flowers symbolize life and light, two …

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Nov 22

Thanksgiving Flowers

Thanksgiving is almost here!  That means it’s time for pumpkin pie, turkey, and all those other great holiday treats.  However, before you start eating, you’ve got to be sure you’ve got everything you need for the holiday, and that includes a wonderful bouquet of Thanksgiving flowers to grace your table. There are several different types …

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Nov 22

Don’t Forget the Thanksgiving Flowers

Preparing for the perfect Thanksgiving dinner can be a lot of work.  You’ve got to plan the menu, buy all the food, make certain you’ve got enough clean plates, silverware, and napkins for everyone, and, of course, clean and straighten your house.  That’s a lot!  During all of this, you may forget something: the Thanksgiving …

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Nov 17

The Wonder of Flowers

There are many wonderful things in this world, but one of the most wondrous (at least to those of us in the floral industry) is the flower.  The wonder of flowers can make even the worst of days seem tolerable.  Flowers can create a bright, cheery atmosphere in a dark room, add a great scent …

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