The flowers market in Alaskans hometown of Bethel, Alaska is selling for $1.8 million.
The market is in its 13th year, and the flowers are sold out, but there is plenty of room to grow.
The Alaskanas flower sales have grown to the point that the market’s official website is still a work in progress.
The bloom has been a hot topic on social media, and some people are upset that the bloom has grown so quickly.
“The bloom has just been exploding,” said Debbie Jones, who sells flowers in the town.
“It’s been like an earthquake.”
The blooms have taken over Bethel since 2015, but they are now in the midst of their 12th season.
“We were so excited about it,” said Jones.
“A year ago we had a little bit of a problem, and we sold the entire town.”
Alaskians love flowers, but the market is a special place for many.
“I think this year is a little different,” said Alaska flower sales coordinator Melissa Waddell.
“They’re seeing it as a bigger part of the community.
This is what people want.”
A lot of people are selling flowers this season, but others are buying flowers for themselves.
“People are doing this for a lot of reasons,” said Waddill.
“Myself, I think my husband and I are looking at buying a lot this season.
We really enjoy buying flowers and looking at what’s available and what’s out there for sale.”
For some Alaskana flower enthusiasts, buying a bloom can be a financial boon.
The prices can be higher, but not by much.
“There’s definitely a lot going on for people here this year,” said Jonnie Haines.
Hained is the owner of Jonnie Flowers, and he said it’s a very unique situation.
He said it helps him make sure he doesn’t have to rely on his wife for his business.
“If you’re buying flowers to go to the bank, then you’re probably looking for something that is more than $50.
You know, you can make a lot more than that,” he said.
Hains Flowers is in the process of selling his flower business, but he has no plans to stop selling flowers.
He hopes his business will continue to grow as more people buy flowers at Bethel Flowers Market.
“One year ago I was just selling my flowers at a fair, and I’m looking forward to this year as well,” he told ABC News.
“That’s the reason why I do what I do.
If I can keep doing that and be able to continue doing that, that’s what I’m focused on.”
The bloom is growing at a faster rate than the flowers, and there are so many flowers in bloom that they are becoming hard to find.
“Every year we’re seeing a lot bigger bloom,” said Haine.
“And then we’re selling flowers at the same time.”
There are a lot to choose from, but here are a few of the highlights at Bethe Flowers Market: The bloom on the ground is about a foot tall.
It has been growing in an area known as the “Pilot Farm” since 2015.
The flower market is located at the intersection of North Street and Pinnacle Road in Bethel.
The price of flowers at this year’s bloom has not been disclosed, but Hainell says it is around $1,200.
The flowers are being sold by the pound, which means they are being offered at a discounted price.
“All the vendors are trying to keep the price down as much as they can,” said James Haineman.
“You’re selling to people who are interested in flowers and want to be able buy flowers and have them at a reasonable price.
You can sell a lot at once, and it’s very good for people who want to buy flowers.”
There is a large selection of blooms for sale, from a wide variety of flowers.
There are many varieties of flowers that are being grown here.
“Some of them are really good,” said Robert Hainemans son, Jim Hainema.
“These are some of the more popular ones.”
There have been a lot fewer blooms than in years past.
“This year we have more flowers than we did in previous years, and so there’s a lot left to sell,” said John Haineneman.
The blooming season has not yet begun, but prices have gone up.
“Most of the prices are going up, and they are just increasing,” said Jim Hains.
“But we’re still selling flowers and it looks like we have the best price in the industry.”
It’s a good time to be in Bethe, but many are worried about what the bloom will do to the town’s economy.
“As far as the town