Molly Jacobus of Molly's Flowers and Things in Danville has used her freeze-drying machine to preserve many of the Kentucky Derby rose garlands draped on the race's winners since 1996, when Grindstone won and owner W.T. Young of Overbrook Farm sought her services. Jacobus also is called on to preserve other special flowers, including wedding bouquets and funeral displays.
Molly Jacobus of Molly's Flowers and Things in Danville has used her freeze-drying machine to preserve many of the Kentucky Derby rose garlands draped on the race's winners since 1996, when Grindstone won and owner W.T. Young of Overbrook Farm sought her services. Jacobus also is called on to preserve other special flowers, including wedding bouquets and funeral displays. Greg Kocher | Staff
Molly Jacobus of Molly's Flowers and Things in Danville has used her freeze-drying machine to preserve many of the Kentucky Derby rose garlands draped on the race's winners since 1996, when Grindstone won and owner W.T. Young of Overbrook Farm sought her services. Jacobus also is called on to preserve other special flowers, including wedding bouquets and funeral displays. Greg Kocher | Staff

Danville flower shop often has Derby date to freeze-dry winners' roses

April 30, 2012 05:30 PM