Exploring the shores of Lincoln Island

...Nature make those too?Many of the cliffs were damp, with tiny cascades and dribbles of rainwater. They held small but lovely gardens of columbine, harebells, butterworts, and mosses. I usually see butterworts in bogs, or on gravelly soils (such as on...
What's in Bloom: Masterwort

Masterwort, Astrantia major, is one of the workhorses of Juneau's summer gardens. This carefree, low maintenance member of the carrot family blooms continuously from high summer into fall with white flowers...
Ryan Norman Staton

...tragically passed away on Sunday, July 13, 2014. His memorial will be at 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 21st at Glacier Gardens (7600 Glacier Highway Juneau, AK). His family invites everyone who loved Ryan as much as we did to attend and share his...
Partnerships for a Healthier Juneau in Action: Edible Child Care Gardens

...this spring through the Edible Child Care Gardens project. Sponsored by a grant from the...centers that will receive these edible gardens include: Spunky Sprouts, ABC Center...supplemented with produce from their own gardens with their teachers and parents. The...
Spurned by Spuhn Island

...that she now dreads returning home every day knowing she will be met by an "unrelenting flashing light in my home, in my gardens and in my bed." It's affected her emotional and physical health and well-being, she said.Fellow North Douglas resident...
Celebrate public gardens Saturday at the arboretum

This year's Alaska Public Gardens Day will take place on Saturday, May 24 and in honor of this the Jensen-Olson Arboretum, the local member of the American Public...
Thank you Glacier Gardens

Daisy Girl Scout Troop 4022 would like to thank Steve and Cindy Bowhay of Glacier Gardens for welcoming us into their greenhouse for a grand tour! We enjoyed learning how plants can grow in Juneau even in winter, under...
Thank you from the Juneau Symphony

...would not have been possible without the generous donation by Steve and Cindy Bowhay of their beautiful facility at Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventures. Staff member Sean and his crew there were eager to assist us and we thank them for their hard work...

Primula denticulata, more commonly called the drumstick primrose, is the workhorse in Juneau's spring gardens. Native to the Sino-Himalaya, it thrives in Juneau's cool, moist maritime climate and can be seen blooming throughout town...
Landscape Alaska: Veggies for Juneau

The wave of grow-it-yourself is breaking over Southeast Alaska, a flood of seed-starting, indoor seedling gardens and raised bed-building is filling the gardening airwaves and the basic question of "What to grow" is on every tongue...


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