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UNIQUE FLOWER SHOP NAMES. UNIQUE FLOWER


UNIQUE FLOWER SHOP NAMES. FLORIST ROSE VARIETIES.



Unique Flower Shop Names





unique flower shop names






    flower shop
  • 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.





    unique
  • A unique person or thing

  • unique(p): (followed by `to') applying exclusively to a given category or condition or locality; "a species unique to Australia"

  • singular: the single one of its kind; "a singular example"; "the unique existing example of Donne's handwriting"; "a unique copy of an ancient manuscript"; "certain types of problems have unique solutions"

  • alone(p): radically distinctive and without equal; "he is alone in the field of microbiology"; "this theory is altogether alone in its penetration of the problem"; "Bach was unique in his handling of counterpoint"; "craftsmen whose skill is unequaled"; "unparalleled athletic ability"; "a





    names
  • Identify by name; give the correct name for

  • (name) a language unit by which a person or thing is known; "his name really is George Washington"; "those are two names for the same thing"

  • Give a name to

  • name calling: verbal abuse; a crude substitute for argument; "sticks and stones may break my bones but names can never hurt me"

  • Give a particular title or epithet to

  • (name) assign a specified (usually proper) proper name to; "They named their son David"; "The new school was named after the famous Civil Rights leader"











unique flower shop names - WhodaThought Mrs.




WhodaThought Mrs. Smith's Diaper Bag, Flower Power


WhodaThought Mrs. Smith's Diaper Bag, Flower Power



Mrs. Smith's Diaper Bag WhodaThought - Flower Power
Mrs. Smith's Diaper Bag by Whoda Thought is the ultimate organizer & carry-all. The Mrs. Smith's Diaper Bag has a place for each item needed for daily outings and longer trips. Designed by Rachael, a mother of two, each detail is carefully thought-out to make the Mrs. Smith's Diaper Bag the most useful and fashionable diaper bag on the market. The benefits of the Mrs. Smith's Diaper Bag are unmatched, like the unique pull-out drawer, which can be taken completely out of the bag.

Features include:

•Pull-out drawer
•Lightweight
•Insulated bottle and sippy cup holders
•A washable, full-sized changing pad (is included)
•Converts to a backpack











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Bloemenmarkt




Bloemenmarkt





These shops float on the canal and sell a galaxy of different flowers and their seeds and bulbs.

March 11, 2011

The fabled city of Amsterdam- one of those cities that is known worldwide by its name alone. It’s the mother city- mother of modern capitalism, mother of tolerance, mother of the modern republic, and for a New Yorker, still fondly remembered as the mother city of NYC. The city was also a very brief stopover of the Pilgrims that eventually made their way to Massachusetts.

For all these things, it seems a proud city- full of life, confidence, and openness - a rare place of “live and let live”- a comfortably casual yet refined town, not without its downsides of course, but somehow a very positive place…

It’s a visually beautiful place as well- canals and water everywhere, the staid houses of the 17th century well-to-do, its parks and churches and gardens.

Amsterdam had one of the greatest runs in history. It’s a relatively new city- settled around the 1200’s, when the Amstel River was dammed. (The place of “The Dam” still exists). It remained relatively obscure for a few centuries, and so, was never a center of Medieval culture, and thus, never firmly established the feudal institutions and extreme religion of that age.

The city didn’t rise to prominence until after 1588, when the Dutch Republic drove out the Spanish Empire during the Eighty Years War. As the first modern Republic, it was not bound by a totalitarian religious and political regime. Its policy of relative religious freedom drew in Europe’s misfits- Huguenots, Jews, and traders and artists driven out of the cities of Southern Netherlands (modern Belgium), especially from the formerly prosperous Antwerp.

Its policy of free trade inspired the city to become an economic powerhouse- the first major mercantile city of the Modern era. It spread its influence far and wide, establishing bases and colonies in Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas. At its height, it was the most prosperous city on Earth. The magnitude of the city’s wealth at this time can still be seen along the canal rings, where the houses of the merchant class still stand proudly. Its stock market, founded in 1602, is the oldest continually operating exchange in the world. It was also an intellectual and artistic center of Europe, the home of painters such as Rembrandt, and philosophers such as Spinoza.

In 1609, the Dutch West India Company, one of two major arms of Dutch trade, hired the English explorer, Henry Hudson, to find a northerly route to Asia. Instead, he found the American river that still bears his name. In 1624, on an island where that river meets the sea, a colony was established called New Amsterdam, which eventually became a city that had its own unprecedented run in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Though the Dutch only held New Amsterdam for a few decades, the similarities between the mother and its child are striking. Historical Amsterdam is huddled around a ring of canals and has a bustling, congested feel, full of pedestrians, trams, cars, and bicycles darting here and there. In its heyday, the city was the preeminent commercial city of the world, much as New York was in its prime. Amsterdam drew the misfits of the world under a spirit of openness, much like NYC has done. As an artistic and intellectual center, it is home to world-class museums and orchestras, as well as ambitious and successful artists. The two cities also draw a constellation of tourists, some decidedly obnoxious.

There are plenty of differences. For instance, we learned very quickly (and hungrily), that Amsterdam is a city that sleeps- after midnight, the town goes quiet. And despite the congestion, it is not a frenetically driven city. People take more time.

No matter all these things, it is wonderfully unique city. Charming, beautiful, refined, seedy, free-spirited- a place of many dimensions.











Chocolate Flower Farm, Langley WA




Chocolate Flower Farm, Langley WA





This week we sketched at Chocolate Flower Farm. It is a unique nursery specializing in flowers that smell like chocolate and chocolate-colored flowers. They also have a very successful shop in Langley of the same name. It was a great day of sketching and camaraderie with fellow sketchers, the delightful proprietress, Marie, and her collection of free range quirky critters. The chickens have a sad story - they are the last 2 survivors of a racoon assault in the chicken coop. The ducks have it rough, too. Let's just say I personally witnessed the mating ritual and it ain't pretty.









unique flower shop names








unique flower shop names




The Name Book: Over 10,000 Names, Their Meanings, Origins, and Spritual Significance






A unique guide to the spiritual meaning of names
More than 10,000 names and the message behind them: cultural origin, literal meaning, spiritual connotation, and a related verse of scripture.
For years, The Name Book has been a treasury of the meanings and origins of names. Now revised to include many new names and alternative spellings, The Name Book offers up-to-the-minute information on thousands of classic, contemporary, and biblical names.
Whether you're choosing a name for a baby or finding the meaning of your own name or that of a friend, The Name Book offers special inspiration an invitation to live up to the full significance and spiritual application inherent in a name.

A unique guide to the spiritual meaning of names
More than 10,000 names and the message behind them: cultural origin, literal meaning, spiritual connotation, and a related verse of scripture.
For years, The Name Book has been a treasury of the meanings and origins of names. Now revised to include many new names and alternative spellings, The Name Book offers up-to-the-minute information on thousands of classic, contemporary, and biblical names.
Whether you're choosing a name for a baby or finding the meaning of your own name or that of a friend, The Name Book offers special inspiration an invitation to live up to the full significance and spiritual application inherent in a name.










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