Hashtag: #PlantsAndFlowers

Clarien Marks Earth Day With Sapling Donations

Clarien Marks Earth Day With Sapling Donations

In celebration of Earth Day, Clarien Bank is donating three hundred native and endemic Bermuda Cedar, Palmetto, Olive Wood and Bay Grape saplings to clients and residents on Friday, April 22. The community sapling event was held on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 20 and 21 by plantings of saplings at Elliot Primary and Victor Scott Primary to help make... Read more of this article

Bermuda Florists Demco And Petals Merge

Bermuda Florists Demco And Petals Merge

Two of the island’s florists have combined forces, with Demco merging with Petals, saying that the merger will “offer clients greater accessibility to resources.” Mrs. Carmen Phillips, President of Demco, said, “The distinctive style and philosophy of Petals is a natural complement to the extensive floral services we already... Read more of this article

Bermuda Sends Easter Lilies To The Queen

Bermuda Sends Easter Lilies To The Queen

Governor George Fergusson and Mrs Fergusson participated in the annual picking of Easter Lilies for Her Majesty The Queen. “This year’s Easter Lilies were grown in the Government House gardens,” a spokesperson said. “Government House said that Her Majesty’s Easter Lilies travelled on Tuesday evening’s British Airways flight to... Read more of this article

Column: A Look At Bermuda, Death And Flowers

Column: A Look At Bermuda, Death And Flowers

[Written by Shari-Lynn Pringle] The last two weeks have been tough for many. Some of us learned of the death of people that we called family and/or friend. For me, there were 4 people. In some cases, we were shocked because we just didn’t know what burden the now deceased was carrying. And for others, we knew but we just hadn’t reached out to say... Read more of this article

CoH Praised For Efforts To Save Tamarind Tree

CoH Praised For Efforts To Save Tamarind Tree

The Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce [BEST] have praised the Corporation of Hamilton for their “amazing efforts” to preserve the Tamarind tree in Hamilton, which was damaged by Hurricane Fay. BEST said said, “For those who have walked through or past Victoria Park in the last few months, you will have seen the Corporation... Read more of this article

Sousa’s Gardens Workshop Rescheduled

Sousa’s Gardens Workshop Rescheduled

Sousa’s Gardens will not hold its “How To Grow Your Own Vegetables and Fruits” workshop this Saturday due to forecasted inclement weather conditions, the company announced today. Jeff Sousa, President & Founder of Sousa’s Gardens said; “Our series of gardening workshops began last weekend with the first event for 2016 being quite successful... Read more of this article

Sousa’s Gardens To Host Second Free Workshop

Sousa’s Gardens To Host Second Free Workshop

Sousa’s Gardens held its first free gardening workshop on Sunday [Jan 17], with approximately 125 – 150 participants attending the “How to Grow Your Own Vegetables and Fruits” session. Company President and Founder, Jeff Sousa, who was also the presenter said, “Given the amount of engagement received via our Facebook page once announcing... Read more of this article

Gardening Workshop Will Go Ahead Tomorrow

Gardening Workshop Will Go Ahead Tomorrow

The “How to Grow Your Own Vegetables and Fruits” workshop scheduled for tomorrow [Jan 17] at Sousa’s Gardens will go ahead as scheduled. The team at Sousa’s Gardens has confirmed its free gardening workshop will run as planned at 12.00pm tomorrow at its Middle Road, Southampton location. Due to inclement weather conditions, today’s workshop... Read more of this article

Learn To Grow Your Own Vegetables & Fruits

Learn To Grow Your Own Vegetables & Fruits

The management and staff of Sousa’s Gardens said they understand the concern many have with the cost of living in Bermuda, and have opted to host two free workshops this weekend entitled “How to Grow Your Own Vegetables and Fruits.” Both workshops will be held in the Garden Centre at Sousa’s Gardens in Southampton, with the first... Read more of this article

Laffan Ferns Reintroduced To Bermuda’s Caves

Laffan Ferns Reintroduced To Bermuda’s Caves

“Several thousand more Governor Laffan ferns were reintroduced to the limestone caves of Bermuda by Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium’s plant conservation scientists, giving the species, currently extinct in the wild, yet another chance at survival,” the Omaha Zoo said.“Margaret From, the Zoo’s director of plant conservation,... Read more of this article

Tea Tasting Party Promises Flavours Of Bermuda

Tea Tasting Party Promises Flavours Of Bermuda

Wild Herbs n Plants of Bermuda is getting set to present a tea tasting party that promises to deliver “the flavours of Bermuda,” with the event to take place on Saturday, December 5. The event poster says, “Taste the flavours of Bermuda at our tea tasting party, a party like no other where you can experience and taste wild teas of... Read more of this article

BELCO Urges Safety While Trimming Trees

BELCO Urges Safety While Trimming Trees

Following the Ministry of Public Works’ notice to residents, BELCO said they would like to remind the public to “please use caution when cutting back trees in close proximity of power lines.” Earlier this month the Ministry said that “collecting garbage in some neighbourhoods is becoming quite difficult as a result of overhanging trees... Read more of this article

Latest Videos From Bernews TV