Landscaping in Alaska


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  • Alaska Botanical Garden
    Spread across 110 acres of spruce and birch woodland in Anchorage, the Alaska Botanical Garden has showcased northern horticulture and native plants since it opened in 1993. Much of the land remains in its natural state, though individual gardens have been added through the years and linked together by winding trails. From May through September—and sometimes into October—visitors can explore the garden's abundance of sub-arctic growth, including more than 1,100 species of hardy perennials and around 150 native plant species. The garden also boasts the new Anchorage Centennial Garden celebrating 100 years of gardening in Anchorage in addition to an alpine rock garden, a formal herb garden, and a family nature trail that's perfect for a day hike.
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    4601 Campbell Airstrip Road
    Anchorage, AK US
  • Reindeer Farm
    What began as a colony farm built by the U.S. Army in 1935 became, by the mid-1950s, the childhood home of Reindeer Farm's head honcho, Tom Williams. After studying the habits of Scandinavian and Siberian reindeer herders in high school, Tom began to understand why the antlered creatures were considered the "cattle of the North": The brisk Alaskan climate suited their dense coats and languid presence at pool parties. In 1987, after years of practicing law throughout Alaska, Tom ventured to Canada to meet his first herd of reindeer, which he kept corralled next to a tiny sign and donation jar on the modest farm. Since then, that initial herd has blossomed into 150 reindeer, who graze beside 35 elk, 13 horses, one bull moose, and one surprisingly well-adjusted bison. Now a petting zoo, the farm has grown alongside the herd, with guided tours, scavenger hunts, and horseback rides treating guests to an up-close and hands-on experience with the majestic animals. Located in the colony's original chicken coop, a gift shop provides guests with any number of collectibles to commemorate their visits.
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    5561 S. Bodenburg Loop Rd
    Palmer, AK US
  • Mile 5.2 Greenhouse
    The warmth of the staff at Mile 5.2 Greenhouse & Gift Shop rivals the warmth of its hand-tended conservatory. The affable plant buffs rely upon customer-focused service to combat impersonal "big-box stores," gladly guiding visitors through their greenhouse's lush pathways where flowers peek from hanging baskets and tropical plants share the roof with herbs. More than 125 types of perennials and fruit-bearing boughs boost their resilience as they endure the winter cold, training their blooms to return year after year so they can one day avenge their ancestors against the weed-whackers of clumsy gardeners. In addition to its striking greenery, the Eagle River outpost stocks their gift shop with an array of gourmet foods, ranging from Lake Champlain chocolate bars and Oregon salt-water taffy to hearty soup and bread mixes. Additionally, home accessories such as wind chimes and scented candles can pair with potted petals to create colorful gift combinations.
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    17026 Santa Maria Dr
    Eagle River, AK US