Staff members at Digger O’Dell Nursery and Landscape fill nine greenhouses with more than 500 varieties of trees, shrubs, perennials and annuals. They even dedicate an entire greenhouse to growing up to 1,000 hanging baskets at once.
Party Works offers a bevy of costume and decoration options to deck out your home and appendages for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve. With hundreds of costumes, wigs, and shoes, Party Works keeps men, women, and children camouflaged with the latest guises. Confuse doppelgangers by donning an Unknown Phantom costume ($19.99), or splurge on an Avatar-inspired Neytiri suit ($54.99). Kids can transform into Optimus Prime without scrounging for car parts ($19.99), and infants or toddlers can be outfitted as Goldie Locks ($28.99) or swaddled in a sweet Sweet Pea ($19.99) sleeper.
The Cookie Store helps its customers to satisfy their sweet teeth with an extensive assortment of fresh-baked cookies and seven types of smoothies. From classics such as chocolate chip to more inventive flavors including snickerdoodle, honey oatmeal raisin walnut, and heath-bar toffee, The Cookie Store’s bakers concoct a spread of delicious bite-size treats daily. In addition to cookie trays and tins, bakers create custom cookie cakes in a variety of different shapes, including hearts and circles, that can be decorated with birthday messages, cartoon characters, or interpretations of Jackson Pollock masterworks.
HobbyTown’s enthusiastic staff encourages customers of all ages to dive into their deep selection of diversions and collectables. Science kits enable lab partners to analyze colony behavior in a Giant Ant Farm ($24.99) or spend hours hunched over an All About Rocks science kit ($15.97), which helps pintsize geologists to grow crystals and learn why rock always beats scissors. Astronaut ambitions gravitate toward an Alpha III rocket set ($29.99) capable of launching its vessel nearly 1,200 feet into the stratosphere before it parachutes back to Earth.