Birthday Flowers

A heart-warming Birthday surprise for someone you truly care about!

Funeral Service

Funeral Service Flowers for a well-lived life is the most cherished. Be that open heart for that special someone in grief.

Sympathy

Create that sense of peace and tranquility in their life with a gentle token of deepest affections in this time of need.

Flowers

Select from variety of flower arrangements with bright flowers and vibrant blossoms! Same Day Delivery Available!

Roses

Classically beautiful and elegant, assortment of roses is a timeless and thoughtful gift!

Florists in Juneau, AK

Find local Juneau, Alaska florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Juneau 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.

Juneau Flower Shops

Greenery Flower Shoppe

124 Seward Street
Juneau, AK 99801
(907) 586-1760

Martha's Flowers & Weddings

9121 Glacier Hwy
Juneau, AK 99801
(907) 789-0760

Miss Scarlet's Flowers

617 W. Willoughby Ave
Juneau, AK 99801
(907) 586-1766

Juneau AK News

Jun 22, 2019

More than just a pretty petal: How flowers feed the world around us - Vernon Morning Star

Pixie eyes, lupine and iris: Wildflowers bloom in Juneau] Nectar is not just sugar water, although that’s what most of us put in our hummingbird feeders. Nectar composition is highly variable, depending not only on species of flower, but also age of the flower and growing conditions of the plant, the availability of water, humidity, microbial contamination and probably other factors too. Sugar concentration varies, and so do the proportions of different sugars. The principal sugars are sucrose (composed of one glucose molecule and one fructose) and its two component sugars, the proportions varying with how much of the sucrose has been hydrolyzed. Other sugars can be present in trace amounts. Flowers that are pollinated by different animals (bees, birds, bats, butterflies, etc.) commonly produce sugars that differ in concentration and composition. Some South African flowers produce a totally different sugar (xylose), which is avoided by insect and bird visitors but utilized by rodents that are the pollinators of those flowers! Many nectars contain a variety of amino acids; within a species, the concentration of amino acids usually varies more than the composition. Some amino acids are needed for protein-building; some have other functions, such as defense against microbes. Amino acids tend to be especially rich in butterfly-pollinated flowers, so researchers wondered if butterflies preferred nectars with amino acids over those that had none; in some cases, they do. Furthermore, some female nectar-feeding butterflies that sipped nectar with amino acids had higher egg production than females feeding on plain sugar-water, but this was not true for all species examined. In one case, nectar amino acids also increased male reproductive success: the offspring were larger, apparently because of material given by the male to his mate during the mating process. [How dry is our rainforest? Southeast’s rare drought could threaten plants, animals, your power bill] Other insects often prefer nectar with amino acids too: mosq...

Oct 5, 2017

Flower fixation: Frenchie's Floral Studio pushes bouquet boundaries ...

Frenchie’s Floral Studio. Just don’t expect red roses.“I think people have been so used to this concept in Juneau that every arrangement you get has carnations, chrysanthemum, baby’s breath and roses in it,” Frenchie’s co-owner Jeremy Bauer said during a recent interview at the Federal Flats business. “It just became, ‘No, let’s make it hard. Let’s go out there and try to find something that no one has ever seen before.’”Six months in and after an unexpected hiatus, the studio is starting to make its mark. Owners Bauer and Jason Clifton, both partners at their interior design firm Bauer/Clifton Interiors, have always admired what flowers can do for an interior, but they weren’t in love with Juneau’s selection.So about a year ago the pair started plans for Frenchie’s. Bauer and Clifton own the building and Frenchie’s is part of an entire lifestyle campus they designed after purchasing the old Blockbuster Video property on the corner of West 12th Street and Glacier Avenue. Customers can get a massage next door and will soon be able to shop for home decor at a business on the other side of the building.They hope to make shopping for flowers a routine part of life in the Feder... (Juneau Empire (subscription))

Oct 21, 2016

Contrary to claims, cutting the flowers downtown won't save the city much money

Downtown Juneau’s hanging flower baskets are filled with blooms of all colors, ranging from fiery reds and pinks to radiant yellows and purples. But for a couple Juneau Assembly candidates, the first color that comes to mind when thinking about downtown’s flowers is green. Candidates Mary Becker and Norton Gregory have both proposed doing away with the flowers as a cost-saving measure given that the state’s fiscal uncertainty will likely have harmful consequences on the city’s budget in the coming years. “It’s very expensive to do all of the flowers downtown,” Becker said during an Assembly candidate debate on Sept. 20. “They’re beautiful; I love them. But it’s very possible that we can get volunteers to do that.” In a phone interview with the Empire Thursday, Gregory expanded on the idea. “Don’t get me wrong I love the flowers, but they’re not a necessity; they’re a luxury,” he said. “It makes me wonder where our priorities are when we’re facing these huge deficits.” How much the city stands t... (Juneau Empire (subscription))

Oct 5, 2016

Contrary to claims, cutting the flowers downtown won't save the city ...

Downtown Juneau’s hanging flower baskets are filled with blooms of all colors, ranging from fiery reds and pinks to radiant yellows and purples. But for a couple Juneau Assembly candidates, the first color that comes to mind when thinking about downtown’s flowers is green. Candidates Mary Becker and Norton Gregory have both proposed doing away with the flowers as a cost-saving measure given that the state’s fiscal uncertainty will likely have harmful consequences on the city’s budget in the coming years. “It’s very expensive to do all of the flowers downtown,” Becker said during an Assembly candidate debate on Sept. 20. “They’re beautiful; I love them. But it’s very possible that we can get volunteers to do that.” In a phone interview with the Empire Thursday, Gregory expanded on the idea. “Don’t get me wrong I love the flowers, but they’re not a necessity; they’re a luxury,” he said. “It makes me wonder where our priorities are when we’re facing these huge deficits.” How much the city stands t... (Juneau Empire (subscription))

Jul 5, 2016

Field of floral dreams

As long as there are weddings, I have a market.” • Contact reporter Lisa Phu at 523-2246 and lisa.phu@juneauempire.com. (Juneau Empire (subscription))

Dec 30, 2015

New Orleans art galleries, Dec. 31, 2015-Jan. 6, 2016

ARTHUR ROGER GALLERY: 432 Julia St., New Orleans. (504) 522-1999. www.arthurrogergallery.com. ARTISTS’ GALLERIES DE JUNEAU: 2143 First St., Slidell. (985) 326-8286. ARTS ESTUARY 1024: 1024 Elysian Fields Ave., New Orleans. www.facebook.com/ArtsEstuary1024 ASHÉ CULTURAL ARTS CENTER: 1724 O.C. Haley Blvd., New Orleans. (504) 569-9070. www.ashecac.org. ATRIUM GALLERY: Christwood, 100 Christwood Blvd., Covington. www.christwoodrc.com. BARRISTER’S GALLERY: 2331 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans. (504) 525-2767. www.barristersgallery.com. BERTA’S AND MINA’S ANTIQUITIES GALLERY: 4138 Magazine St., New Orleans. (504) 895-6201. BRAND NEW ORLEANS ART GALLERY: 646 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans. (504) 251-2695. www.facebook.com/ brandneworleansartgallery. BOYDSATELLITE GALLERY: “LEVY” Ti-Rock Moore exhibition of mixed-media and video. 440 Julia St., New Orleans. (504) 581-2440. www.boydsatellitegallery.com. CALLAN CONTEMPORARY: Recent fabricated bronze sculptures by David Borgerding. 518 Julia St., New Orleans. (504) 525-0518. www.callancontemporary.com. CAROL ROBINSON GALLERY: 840 Napoleon Ave., New Orleans. (504) 895-6130. www.carolrobinsongallery.com. CARROLL GALLERY: Woldenberg Art Center, Newcomb Art Department, Tulane University, 6863 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans. (504) 314-2228. www.carrollgallery.tulane.edu. COLLINS C. DIBOLL ART GALLERY: J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library, Loyola University, 6363 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans. CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER: 900 Camp St., New Orleans. (504) 528-3805. www.cacno.org. COUP D’OEIL ART CONSORTIUM: 2033 Magazine St., New Orleans. (504) 722-0876. www.coupdoeilartconsortium.com. CREATIVE SPACE AT THE MYRTLE BANKS BUILDING: 1307 O.C. Haley Blvd., New Orleans. www.cano-la.org/myrtle-banks. CRESCENT CITY BREWHOUSE: 527 Decatur St., New Orleans. (504) 522-0571. www.crescent citybrewhouse.com. FAIR GRINDS COFFEE HOUSE: 2221 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans. FAIRYNOLA: 5715 Magazine St., New Orleans. (504) 269-2033. www.fairynola.com. FOUNDATION GALLERY: 1109 Royal St., New Orleans. www.foundationgallerynola.com. 5 PRESS GALLERY: 5 Press St., New Orleans. www.5pressgallery.com. GALLERY ORANGE: 819 Royal St., New Orleans. (504) 875-4006. www.gallery-orange.com GEORGE RODRIGUE FOUNDATION OF THE ARTS: 747 Magazine St., New Orleans. (504) 32... (The New Orleans Advocate)