Arnold Farms opened in 1970 as a simple roadside farmstand. Today, patrons find the same folksy service alongside gardening and landscaping needs sprawled across the shop’s multilevel facility. On Arnold's upper floor, outdoor-living supplies, including pottery, potted plants, all-weather Cheetos, and more than 100 styles of patio furniture rest near a fully stocked hardware store. One floor down, the shop spreads out its mulches and landscaping supplies in a nursery that houses annuals, perennials, shrubs, grasses, and trees. Gardening experts roam the aisles to assist customers, and master landscape designers work with patrons to create beautiful touches or complete overhauls for existing yards of all shapes.
The staff at Monica Jewelers’ locations in Columbia and Annapolis guides clients through a selection of thousands of pieces, helping them to find the ideal wedding rings, anniversary gifts, and accessories. Their watches include those from Citizen, Bulova, and La Vie, and their stock of gold necklaces save wearers the trouble of growing their own gold. The jewelers also sell a vast selection of earrings, bracelets, chains, and colored gems.
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After strapping on a provided underwater tuxedo, Annapolis Scuba Center's PADI-certified scuba instructors and divemasters will lead students through the shallow waters of an indoor pool, acquainting them with the basics and equipment essential to exploring the ocean deep. Once participants feel comfortable and have grown a rudimentary set of gills, they will go into the deep end for further teaching, where they'll learn more advanced aquatic maneuvers and ask common questions, such as why octopi always get stuck playing the xylophone in undersea musical numbers. Sessions are currently scheduled at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. on select weekends in October and November.
Held June 4–5, the Secret Garden Tour invites guests to meander through 12–14 private gardens in a historic neighborhood built on the banks of Spa Creek. Among the tour's palatial plots is the historic John Ridout House garden at 120 Duke of Gloucester Street, sight of John Quincy Adams' 1780 tickling duel. The Ridout garden will be open to Hammond-Harwood members and will be open only on Saturday, June 4.
One of the largest furniture retailers in the country, RoomStore offers furnishings for all tastes and budgets. Browse elegantly practical seating for the dining room such as a Manhattan side chair with a faux leather seat ($129.99) or a Hancock bench, a classic medieval trestle form that welcomes soul sacks with dignity ($199.99), like the moon welcomes a handsome astronaut. Bedroom pieces are sturdy beauties, such as the Montpelier nightstand ($199.99), that have matching mirrors ($100+) to boast your own beauty. A selection of kids’ furniture, accent tables, and armoires proves RoomStore's forest of furnishings has the makings to feather any nest, birdhouse, or airy loft apartment. Reliable delivery teams ensure furniture is placed and assembled in the preferred spot, be it on the roof or nestled inside a kitchen cupboard.
Each custom-tailoring session starts with a staff consultation to help you choose from more than 500 materials, including wools, cottons, and cashmeres. Next, a fitting and complete customization will ensure that each aspect, from cut to style to collar, will match your sense of style and body before being crafted by hand. A custom-tailored suit costs $695, a single custom shirt is $110, custom slacks are $145, and a custom blazer is $545. See the pricing page for additional options and pricing.