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Florists in Petersburg, AK

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

Petersburg Flower Shops

Forget-Me-Not Floral

301 N Nordic Drive
Petersburg, AK 99833
(907) 772-4427

Petersburg AK News

Feb 27, 2020

Foodie Guide to the 2020 EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival - The Kingdom Insider

Sipper Only Available While Supplies Last)B. Nektar New Wave Lemonade Mead, Ferndale MIFlorida Orange Groves Winery Orange Blossom Honey Wine, St. Petersburg, FLHoney-Peach Freeze with Blueberry Vodka img class="wp-image-244988" src="" sizes="(max-width: 900px) 100vw, 900px" srcset=" 900w, 613w, 768w, 624w, 505w, 287w, 100w, 140w, 600w" alt="Mixed Berry Buttermilk Cake from the P...

Feb 27, 2020

Outdoor Kitchens and Menu Items Coming to the 2020 Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival - The DIS

Sarasota, FL First Magnitude Brewing Co. Monarch Milk Stout, Gainesville, FL Beer Flight Florida Orange Groves Winery Key Lime Sparkling Wine, St Petersburg, FL Watermelon Cucumber Slushy with Gin Hanami Food Frushi: Strawberry, Pineapple and Cantaloupe wrapped in Sweet Rice and Pink Soy Wrap served with Whipped Cream, Drizzled Berry Sauce and Toasted Coconut (KA) Menchi Katsu Slider: Japanese-style Panko-breaded Beef Patty topped with Tonkatsu Sauce, Mayonnaise, Cucumber, and Pickled Lotus Root Salmon Flower Ikura: Fresh-cut Salmon, Salmon Roe, Spinach and Watermelon Radish, and Chilled Ramen tossed with Poke Sauce Beverages Kirin Draft Beer Strawberry Nigori Sake Furano Martini: Vodka, Lavender Syrup and Yuzu Juice Jardin de Fiestas Food Chilaquiles de Pollo: Chipotle-braised Chicken and Tortillas served with Salsa Ranchera, Monterey Jack Cheese, Crema Mexicana and Guajillo Cheese Quesadilla al Pastor: Flour Tortilla filled with Monterey Jack Cheese and Pork Pastor topped with Grilled Pineapple, Salsa Verde, Red Onion and Cilantro Choriqueso Torta: Bolillo Roll filled with Chorizo and Monterey Jack Cheese, Avocado Mousse and Jalapeños Beverages Cruz Blanca Rosé Spritz: Effervescent Rosé Wh...

Feb 1, 2020

Sarasota orchid show, now in its 63rd year, has a flower for everybody - Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Paula Polen, who runs Art Stone Orchids in St. Petersburg alongside her husband, Michael, said that most people looking to get into orchids for the first time tend to overestimate the difficulty in keeping them. “Leave them alone and don’t water them too much and a lot of them will do fine. When most people first start out, they tend to water them too much and that can kill them” said Polen.The event had informational classes on orchids for just such an occasion. The workshops covered topics such as how to build a plant collection in this climate, deciding which orchids are best for your collection and how to go about purchasing them, while also learning how to care for the common indoor Phalaenopsis orchid. There were also classes on how to differentiate between hybrids and species, how to repot as well as a general question-and-answer period.Similar free culture classes are also held regularly at Sarasota Orchid Society meetings, which can be found at the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens Activities Center on the first Monday of every month at 6 p.m.While there’s plenty of room for beginners interested in orchid keeping, there’s also a lot of fun to be had by more advanced enthusiasts. Look no further than retired orchid taxonomist Stig Dalstrom, known as The Wild Orchid Man, who has lived in Sarasota since moving from Sweden in 1997 and spends his time traveling the world and researching orchids with the support of the Sarasota Orchid Society while making documentaries with filmmaker Darryl Saffer.“There’s so much variety. We don’t know how many different kinds of orchids there are; it could be as many as 35,000 different species — we just don’t know. The more we learn, the less we seem to know for certain,” said Dalstrom, who is traveling to Bhutan next week to help with an orchid conservation project administrated by the country’s National Biodiversity Center.And while there are all different types of orchids, the hobby also attracts enthusiasts from all different walks of life, such as Julien Baruch, who studied economics and finance at New College of Florida before graduating in 2018. He now spends his days working with flowering plants at Krull-Smith Orchids in Apopka and, much like Dalstrom, was attracted by the complexity and the immense variety held by the family of flowering plants.“There’s so much more variety than what you see in your average supermarket or Ho...

Jan 4, 2020

Sunken Gardens Celebrates 100 Years As Roadside Attraction - St. Pete, FL Patch

ST. PETERSBURG, FL — One of Florida's original roadside attractions will celebrate its 100th anniversary with Roadside Attraction Revisited, a retro party, on Sunday, Jan. 6. Special guests will include St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman and Ken Breslauer, author of Florida Roadside Attractions History. Sunken Gardens was a 6-acre sinkhole and pond when plumber George Turner purchased the property at 1825 4th St. N. in the Old Northeast neighborhood in 1902 and planted tropical flowers, lush plants and fruit trees in its fertile soil, turning a sinkhole into a botanical paradise. Turner started out selling fruit, vegetables and other plants grown on the property, charging visitors 5 cents to stroll through the gardens. In the fall of 1935, he fenced off the property and started charging a 25-cent admission fee. The property included a large Mediterranean-style building with Moorish towers, stone trim and a tile roof, originally known as the Sanitary Public Market. Constructed in 1926, it...

Jan 4, 2020

Kriseman Endorses Flowers in Race for Pinellas County Commission - TB Reporter

Pinellas County School Board member Rene Flowers is running for the District 7 seat on the Pinellas County Commission. ST. PETERSBURG – Pinellas County School Board member Rene Flowers has picked up a heavy weight endorsement from St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman in her run for Pinellas County Commission. “I’ve had the privilege of serving alongside Rene, of seeing her in action and watching her fight for what’s right no matter the circumstances or odds,” Kriseman said. ““Rene is the real deal. Her passion for serving all people and her deep understanding of lo- cal government has her well-prepared to serve as our county commissioner.” Kriseman served with Flowers on the St. Petersburg City Council. The two supported policy changes designed to improve housing, small business entrepreneurship, and youth services. “I cannot express the sincere gratitude and honor to have Mayor Rick Kriseman’s support in this race,” Flowers said. “He supports so many of the same issues that I believe strongly in such as expanding affordable workforce housing, improving public transportation, addressing our climate issues,...

Mar 29, 2019

REVIEW: Pineapple Promenade – Epcot International Flower & Garden... -

Playalinda Brewing Company Violet Lemonade Ale, Titusville, FL (5.2% ABV) – $4.50 Florida Orange Groves Winery Sparkling Pineapple Wine, St. Petersburg, FL ($30/bottle) – $11.75 Pineapple Soft-serve Ice Cream with Parrot Bay Coconut Rum – $10.50 Pineapple Beer Flight – $9.50 Spicy Hot Dog with Pineapple Chutney and Plantain Chips – $8.00 Spicy Hot Dog with Pineapple Chutney and Plantain Chips – $8.00 Perhaps one of our (definitely Tom’s) favorite returning items is the spicy hot dog. You receive a full hot dog for your money, slathered in pineapple chutney and crumbled plantain chips. The hot dog delivers on flavor and spice. Each bite has a pop against the perfectly cooked exterior leading to a wonderfully spicy interior. The chutney adds a cool pineapple flavor and the chips add a nice crunch. It’s a filling dish and best shared if you plan on enjoying the rest the festival has to offer. Pineapple Soft-serve Ice Cream with Fanta® (non-alcoholic) (KA) – $6.00 Pineapple Soft-serve Ice Cream with Fanta® – $6.00 Pineapple Fanta fills the bottom of this cup. The pineapple Dole Whip mixed with the soda works very well and surprisingly isn’t overpowering. The only problem you’re going to run into with Flower & Garden is A) the portion of Dole Whip and B) how icy it comes out, to the point of almost being flavorless. Typically the version at Magic Kingdom is very light and airy, this comes out stiff and dense. It’s still the only place to get the soft serve in Epcot, so if you feel the price is worth saving a trip to the Polynesian or the Magic Kingdom… Frozen Dessert Violet Lemonade (non-alcoholic) (KA) – $4.25 img class="aligncenter size-large wp-image-142804" src="" alt width="800" height="1200" data-wp-pid="142804" srcset=" 800w, 100w, https://c...