Florists in Haines, AK
Find local Haines, Alaska florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Haines and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
Haines Flower Shops
204 Main St
Haines, AK 99827
Haines AK News
Apr 27, 2019
Column: My grandmother's rose blooms each Easter - Valley News
Philadelphia, has what some consider to be “the oldest rose garden in original plan in America,” as its website describes it. Jane Bowne Haines, who lived at Wyck, introduced roses to the garden in 1824. The “Bella Donna” and “Beautiful Woman” roses were among those passed on through generations.Later immigrants who flooded into our country brought the roses they treasured along with them.Our rose started here. The patriarch of my family, Papou, came from Greece around 1910 as a boy with nothing — certainly not a flower. For work, he shined... Jun 16, 2017
Dream Drives: Rare Roses Bloom At Wyck In Germantown
Wyck executive director Jennifer Carlson.The property is steeped in history. Former owner Reuben Haines III hobnobbed with people like Thomas Jefferson. Famous Philadelphia architect William Strickland redesigned the Wyck house in 1824, adding a coal fireplace that was very innovative for the time.“Reuben Haines was very interested in natural science and horticulture,” Carlson said. “He had a whole room of curiosities on the second floor, shells and fossils and herbs and flowers.” Those curiosities are now displayed on the first floor.The Wyck Rose Garden was created by Reuben’s wife, Jane. Martha Keen is Wyck’s horticulturist and keeps the growing going.CBS3’s Meisha Johnson said, “The minute we walked out of that home, it just hits you as if it’s perfume.”“This is basically a living repository of old garden varieties of roses that you’re not apt to see basically anywhere else, basically in what is the oldest rose garden in the United States,” Keen said. “It dates back to 1824, and in this garden we have over 50 cultivars, many of which are now totally extinct from the nursery trade.”Some of the cultivars might have been lost forever had they not been preserved at the Wyck Rose Garden. The Elegant Gallica, a pale pink rose, was believed to be extinct until being rediscovered here i... (CBS Philly)Dec 8, 2016
14 great coffee-table books to give as gifts to your favorite design enthusiast
Walter and Leonore Annenberg designed by architect A. Quincy Jones and interior designer William Haines. For more on the Rancho Mirage estate, take a tour here.Simply Styling: Fresh & Easy Ways to Personalize Your Home (Sterling Publishing, $24.95)
Interior stylist Kirsten Grove of the design blog Simply Grove offers practical tips on transforming your living spaces with what you have on hand. Filled with inspiring streamlined interiors, it’s a book that minimalists will love. Meyer Davis: Made to Measure Architecture and Interiors (The Vendome Press, $60)
From South Beach to SoHo, architects Will Meyer and Gray Davis have designed more than 200 residential, retail and hotel spaces that epitomize hip luxury style. This retrospective of their work, with text by Dan Shaw, showcases their sophisticated style.Marfa Modern: Artistic Interiors of the West Texas High Desert (The Monacelli Press, $50)
What is it about Marfa, Texas, that inspires so many? Helen Thompson demonstrates the influence of the desert landscape on interior design in this tour of 21 minimal yet inspired homes. Design fans will recognize some of the homeowners — the cinder block home of Jamey Garza and Constance Holt-Garza features many of their Garza Marfa designs — who provide a glimpse into what it’s like to live in a mecca for artists. Beachside Bohemian Easy Living by the Sea (Rizzoli, $55)
Prolific designers Robert and Cortney Novogratz take a break from designing homes, housewares and hotels to focus on their vacation home in Trancoso, Brazil. More than just a travelogue, the book provides tips on how to decorate your home like a boutique hotel in the age of Airbnb.In the Company of Women: Inspiration and Advice From Over 100 Makers, Artists, and Entrepreneurs (Artisan Books, $35)
For more than a decade, Grace Bonney has been inspiring interior design fans with her popular blog Design*Sponge. In her new book, Bonney continues to inspire as she offers what she calls “visibili... (Los Angeles Times)Aug 15, 2016
Funeral notices for Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Livermore Falls died Saturday, Aug. 6. A graveside service and interment will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 11, at Pleasant Valley Cemetery, 218 Haines Corner Road, Livermore Falls. Arrangements by Finley Funeral Home, 15 Church St., Livermore Falls. If desired, contributions may be made to: Finley Funeral Home, Kevin Ward Funeral Fund, 15 Church St., Livermore Falls, Maine 04254.
(Lewiston Sun Journal)Feb 3, 2016
High school wrestling: Plymouth rocks its ways to title
Plymouth) pin Jeremiah Dilley (Wawasee), 5:21; 220: Tyler Moser (Bremen) dec. Andrew Brock (Warsaw), 4-2, OT; 285: Dan Clark (Rochester) dec. Alec Haines (Warsaw), 2-1.
106: Ricardo Romo (Wawasee) pin Justin Risten (Rochester), 1:04; 113: Drew Sailors (Rochester) dec. Bryce Swihart (Triton), 6-2; 120: Zane DeVault (Plymouth) tech. fall Trent Jones (Culver), 16-1; 126: Eric Starke (Bremen) pin Adonic Salinas (Triton), 4:59; 132: Collin Meister (Plymouth) maj. dec. Dante Dalmaso (Culver Military), 10-2; 138: Gavin Banks (Plymouth) maj. dec. Efrain Amezquita (Caston), 9-1; 145: DeShaun Whitfield (Rochester) maj. dec. Nick Harker (Triton), 13-2.
152: Michael Boland (Culver Military) maj. dec. James Snyder (Triton), 13-1; 160: Matthew Moore (Bremen) dec. Micah Whitfield (Rochester), 6-5; 170: Otto Sherbondy (Rochester) dec. Will Kearney (Culver Military), 11-5; 182: Alejandro Castro (Wawasee) dec. John Salinas (Triton), 3-1; 195: Zach Campbell (Bremen) pin Alex Aliev (Culver Military), 1:52; 220: Simon Griffith (Culver Military) pin Jake Stayton (Plymouth), 0:55; 285: Alecksander McBee (Culver) pin Justin Puglisi (Plymouth), 2:20.
• ELKHART MEMORIAL SECTIONAL
TEAM SCORES: JIMTOWN 200 1/2, ELKHART MEMORIAL 189 1/2, NORTHWOOD 171, FAIRFIELD 162 1/2, GOSHEN 161 1/2, NORTHRIDGE 135 1/2, ELKHART CENTRAL 131 1/2, CONCORD 31
Top four wrestlers advance to Goshen Regional on Feb. 6
106: Tanner DeMien (NorthWood) dec. Hunter Watts (Jimtown), 7-1; 113: Christian Mejia (Elkhart Memorial) dec. Hunter Whitman (Jimtown), 11-6; 120: Blake Glogouski (Fairfield) pin Matt Gimson (Jimtown), 0:44; 126: Marcus Mejia (Elkhart Memorial) maj. dec. Hector Flores (Goshen), 16-6; 132: Dillon Yoder (Fairfield) pin Greden Kelly (Jimtown), 1:04; 138: Blade Corpe (Elkhart Memorial) dec. Xander Stroud (Elkhart Central), 5-1; 145: Kenny Kerrn (Jimtown) dec. Jamal Scott (Elkhart Central), 5-1.
152: Garrett Griffin (NorthWood) pin Jordan Siddons (Elkhart Memorial), 3:10; 160: Chris Howe (Northridge) maj. dec. Dalton Heintzberger (Jimtown), 11-3; 170: Nick Ritchie (Elkhart Memorial) dec. Tykease Baker (Elkhart Central), 9-3; 182: David Eli (Elkhart Memorial) pin Conner Graber (Northridge), 1:18; 195: Michael Leonard (NorthWood) dec. Nate Williams (Elkhart Memorial), 3-2; 220: Derek Paz (Goshen) pin Trent Bixler (Northridge), 2:30; 285: Nick Mammolenti (Jimtown) pin Jose Montanez (Goshen), 0:39.
106: Fernando Flores (Goshen) pin Travis Miller (Fairfield), 2:29; 113: Jaylyn Yoder (Fairfield) maj. dec. Braxton Rodriguez (Goshen), 10-2; 120: Owen Eveler (Northridge) maj. dec. Ricky Flores (Goshen), 10-2; 126: Chaz Boyd (Elkhart Memorial) dec. Conner Gimson (Jimtown), 5-4; 132: Mason Cross (Northridge) pin Lane Flowers (NorthWood), 2:24; 138: Brock Lechlitner (NorthWood) pin Harold Moon (Concord), 2:10; 145: Jake Chupp (NorthWood) maj. dec. Noah Shively (Goshen), 15-2.
152: Dakota Wroblewski (Fairfield) pin Jaylen Sanks (Elkhart Central), 2:23; 160: Ronnie Longbrake (Elkhart Memorial) dec. Miguel Navarro (Goshen), 4-1; 170: Kane Rohrer (Fairfield) dec. Brody Miller (Northridge), 5-3; 182: Ben Davis (Jimtown) dec. Gage Mosiman (Elkhart Central), 2-1; 195: Jarod Hayes (Jimtown) pin Erik Contreras (Goshen), 2:15; 220: Andrew Miller (NorthWood) pin Omar Perez (Elkhart Central), 0:48; 285: Vince Yoder (Fairfield) dec. Nick Conner (Elkhart Central), 3-1.
• LAPORTE SECTIONAL
TEAM SCORES: CHESTERTON 312 1/2, LAPORTE 208, NEW PRAIRIE 180 1/2, LAVILLE 153, GLENN 137, KNOX 127, MICHIGAN CITY 96, NORTH JUDSON 43
Top four wrestlers advance to Crown Point Regional on Feb. 6
106: Kade Wagner (Knox) pin Brayden Ruiz (New Prairie), 1:49; 113: Jon Sipes (New Prairie) pin David Mahaffey (Chesterton), 2:57; 120: David Taylor (Michigan City) dec. Skyler Gomez (LaPorte), 10-9; 126: ... (South Bend Tribune)Feb 2, 2016
Treva L. Hopkins
Treva L. Hopkins (nee Haines) died on Monday, Jan. 4, 2016.
Formerly of Ocean Pines, she was the beloved wife of Harry “Ed” Hopkins for 74 years, devoted mother of the late Terry S. Hopkins and loving grandmother of Kala T. Hopkins. She is also lovingly survived by four nieces and four nephews.
Services were celebrated in the Lemmon Funeral Home of Dulaney Valley Inc.,Timonium, Md. on Friday, Jan. 8, 2016.
In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be directed in Treva’s memory to Shriners Hospitals for Children, 2900 N. Rocky Point Drive, Tampa, Fla. 33607 or visit www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org.
A guest book is available at www.lemmonfuneralhome.com.
(Ocean City Today)