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Alaska, AK Florists

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Alaska State Featured Florists

Kristine's Flowers & Catering

7536 Lake Otis Parkway
Anchorage, AK 99507

Floral Expressions

1501 Huffman Park Dr
Anchorage, AK 99508

Alaskan & Proud Attn Floral Mgr #184

3816 S Tongass Hwy
Ketchikan, AK 99901

Carrs Floral Expressions

7731 E Northern Lights Blvd
Anchorage, AK 99504

Charlotte's Flowers For Any Occasion

105 E Arctic Ave Ste 3
Palmer, AK 99645

Alaska Flowers News

Apr 20, 2018

10 Ways To Spend Mother's Day In The Palm Beaches

Head to Ironwood Steak & Seafood for an unlimited buffet from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. with highlights like Cuban French toast, prime rib, salmon, Alaskan king crab legs and more. 400 Ave. of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens; 800.863.2819; pgaresort.comJoin the In-Crowd at Grandview Public MarketPhoto courtesy of Grandview Public MarketHead to West Palm Beach’s newest hotspot, Grandview Public Market. It’s South Florida’s answer to New York City’s food hall concept Chelsea Market. Mother’s Day specials are set to include half-off rosé at Clare’s (best accompanied by chicken and waffles), plus brunch and aguas frescas at Zipitios. Whatever you do, don’t miss the rolled ice cream at Crema—it’s dessert and a show.1401 Clare Ave., West Palm Beach; 561.771.6100; It Up Seaside in Singer IslandPhoto courtesy of Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa Is adventure Mom’s favorite pasttime? Book the Capture the Moments Made at the Beach package at Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa (starting at $574 per night; minimum of two nights) for a beachfront stay complete with a waterproof GoPro HERO4 action camera, which guests get to keep. Snorkel the offshore reef or just lounge by the oceanfront pool for a stay sure to rejuvenate. 3800 N. Ocean Drive, Riviera Beach; 561.340.1700; palmbeachmarriottresort.comFeasts Fit for a Queen at CityPlacePhoto courtes...

Mar 8, 2018

Cure to remedy gardeners' spring fever

Fairbanks to glean information on fruit, flowers, herbs, wild mushrooms and the Georgeson Botanical Garden.As volunteers for the University of Alaska Fairbanks, master gardeners help the Cooperative Extension Service disseminate gardening information throughout Alaska. This year’s statewide conference is being hosted by Master Gardeners of the Tanana Valley at Pike’s Waterfront Lodge.Bob Bors, northern climate fruit breeder and recently published gardening author, will make his fourth trip from the University of Saskatchewan. Alaska fruit growers love this guy. Carmine Jewel, a very early ripening sour cherry, and many varieties of haskap, also known as honeyberries, have come from Bob’s breeding program. Bob will highlight super-hardy fruits, a chapter in his new book, “Growing Fruit for Northern Gardens,” co-authored with Sara Williams. Aware of gardening interests in the community, the master gardeners have also asked Bob to address pruning and training techniques for fruit.The gardening event kicks off the Friday evening before with a dinner presentation by Les Brake titled “Wildflowers and Wildlife of Africa.” Les’ images are sure to inspire. They will show the amazing biodiversity of Namaqualand in Southwest Africa, Kruger National Park and Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, acclaimed to be one of the most magnificent botanical gardens in the world.Many of our garden flowers hail from Africa, includin... (Fairbanks Daily News-Miner)

Oct 19, 2017

Global Peony Cut Flowers Market 2017: Third Branch Flower, Pivoines Capano, Warmerdam Paeonia, 3 Glaciers Farm ...

Major Companies covered in this Research Report are,1. Adelman Peony Gardens2. Castle Hayne Farms3. Alaska Perfect Peony4. Arcieri's Peonies5. Kennicott6. Third Branch Flower7. Pivoines Capano8. Warmerdam Paeonia9. 3 Glaciers Farm10. Echo Lake Farm11. Meadowburn Farm12. Spring Hill Peony Farm13. Joslyn Peonies14. Maple Ridge Peony FarmGlobal Peony Cut Flowers Market analysis is provided for the international industry including company development history, Peony Cut Flowers market competitive landscape, Regional analysis and major regions development status on industry Market scenario.Global Peony Cut Flowers Sales Industry Report 2017 Covers:-1. Peony Cut Flowers Overview2. Global Peony Cut Flowers Competition by Manufacturers, Type and Application3. United States, China, Europe, Japan Peony Cut Flowers (Volume, Value and Sales Price)4. Worldwide Peony Cut Flowers Manufacturers Analysis5. Peony Cut Flowers Manufacturing Cost Analysis6. Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers7. Industrial Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders8. Market Effect Factors Analysis9. Worldwide Peony Cut Flowers Market Forecast (2017-2021)10. AppendixGet Sample of Peony Cut Flowers Report:, Peony Cut Flowers Market report includes, development policies and plans are discussed, manufacturing processes and cost structures. This Peony Cut Flowers Industry report also states import/export, supply and consumption figures as well as cost, price, Global Peony Cut Flowers Market revenue and gross margin by regions (South East Asia, India, North America, Europe, Japan and China) and also other can be added.Then, the report pay attention on worldwide major leading market players (in Peony Cut Flower... (Digital Journal)

Oct 19, 2017

I Brought You Flowers, Big Dead Raccoon Near Columbia City Station

Charles MudedeI brought you flowers, big dead raccoon on the corner of 32nd and South Alaska Street. You have been there for about five days, and though the flies buzz about you, your coat is still handsome, and you don't really smell of the death. Who or what killed you? What was the last thing you saw? Your family must miss you, and may come across you at night, pause, and wonder, like I wonder, why you are still there. But I do not think you died here. You must have met your end elsewhere and were brought here. But by whom? The construction workers on the massive development across the street or the ones who partially demolished the house that your dead eyes kind of stare at? I remember this house very well. Mexican Americans once lived here, and on Friday nights they would play music, drink beer, and repair cars. Those p... (

Sep 22, 2017

There was a parking spot, now it's all covered with flowers

Keegan said.The people she refers to were representatives from Welcoming Anchorage, The Alaska Center, Department of Health and Human Services, American Society of Landscape Architects, Alaska Humanities Forum, and the Anchorage Artist Co-Op. There were also other passive spaces for people to enjoy provided by Huddle AK, EasyPark,People Mover, theAnchorage Parks and Recreation Department, and Anchorage Park Foundation.Keegan spent a lot of time on Friday at the “Wishing Tree” spot on G Street where people became engaged by writing down wishes toward the city, and then hanging them onto the tree for Mayor Ethan Berkowitz to read.The mayor and his wife Mara Kimmel visited the sites. At her site, Keegan said,  “Ethan was impressed with the amount of wishes and was excited to receive the responses. Mara was excited as well to see that there were wishes pertaining to her initiative, Welcoming Anchorage.” Which was fitting knowing their slogan is, ”A city where everyone feels at home.”People of all ages and backgrounds passing by each site were intrigued and drawn in by the visions and conversations they were seeing and hearing for their community.“It was a very powerful experience.” Keegan said.Another person who was a part of Park(ing) Day was Tayna Iden withAgnew :: Beck Consulting. Iden volunteered at the big “welcome mat” that took up two parking spaces outside of City Hall. This parklet was created to raise the spirit of getting to know your local government, talking about democracy, and being a part of civic life.Along with Berkowitz, many local government officials such as assembly members Felix Rivera and Chris Constant were on hand.People passing by Iden’s site stopped by to introduce themselves and enjoy some complimentary tea.“I talked to one man at length about his diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia as he enjoyed the donuts we were sharing and warm tea,” Iden said.Two police officers from the downtown walking patrol also added to the diverse and thriving company there.As a community, you will always find people assembled, enlightening one another in places like schools, music and arts venues, coffee shops and businesses. But not so much with parking areas.“I think of Park(ing) day as a commandeering of parking for other purposes to shed light on the use of public space and how we tend to serve automobiles and our car culture,” Iden said.Everyone’s experience was different. Landscape architect with Huddle AK, Bri Keifer was on the parklet at the corner of 7th and E Street which Huddle AK called, “Huddle’s Harvest.” That site included a custom-built planter and bench designed and built from cedar wood. The goal there was to create a small gathering space that would fit into a tiny urban space and easily work for convenient transportation.For fun, “Huddle’s Harvest” included a tic-tac-toe game table. They served cupcakes and warm cider, and the seating area was trimmed with herbs, vegetables, and berries to show how urban spaces can be thought of for edible gardens.“We had so much fun,” Keifer exclaimed. “Throughout the day we met tourist... (Anchorage Press)