Nestled in a renovated coal barn from the 1920s, Village Gardens of Brightwaters welcomes visitors with its quaint cedar-wood interior, and lofty ceiling beams overlook myriad garden tools, decorations, and plants. Outside the building, the bright blooms of perennials and annuals soak up sunlight, the fragrance of herbs fills the air, and verdant shrubs beckon gardeners who’ve had their thumbs tattooed green. In addition to root-bearing loot, customers head home with bags of mulch and topsoil for spreading over the graves of accidentally ripped paper dolls. Elegant statues and birdbaths further personalize gardens, and custom wreaths twine together silk flowers, fruit, birds, and berries for creations that brighten front doors or the necks of prize-winning rocking horses.
For over 30 years Dodds and Eder has been designing gardens to fit your lifestyle. Our mission is to design, build and maintain beautiful landscapes. Our nationally recognized retail store has worked hard to earn an unparalleled reputation for superior quality and design products and exceptional customer service.
As a longtime fixture of the community, Towers Flowers prides itself on its commitment to providing fresh floral displays and custom arrangements for a variety of occasions. A friendly bloom expert will help you find the proper floral configuration such as the Madly in Love bouquet ($52.95) for surprising your favorite TiVo recording or the the FTD Shades of Purple bouquet ($44.95), a smile-inducing arrangement ideal for making an under-the-weather pal's day better.
The family of florists at Family Florist transforms freshly plucked flowers into breathtaking arrangements that ooze aromatic scents. Artistic eyes and nimble hands craft lush bouquets from fresh flowers, tropicals, and green plants for weddings, funerals, anniversaries, and every holiday from St. Patrick's Day to John Stamos's Independence Day. To complement the aromatic arrangements, Family Florist also delivers gift and fruit baskets, candles, and greeting cards to lucky Long Islanders.
The merrymakers at Mystique Gardens Hookah Lounge beckon guests inside the decadent, scarlet- and gold-toned drinking den to imbibe in exotic sips and flavored hookah puffs from the comfort of plush leather couches. Authentic fruit drinks ($4) sate dry palates in flavors such as mango, guava, or banana, and energy drinks ($5) fuel up lagging eyelids and commuter power packs. Curls of smoke drift from patrons’ lips in single shisha flavors ($15) including double apple, mint, or cinnamon, or exotic blends ($16) such as the Sahara Sunset’s mix of rose and vanilla. Patrons can share hookahs among friends ($5/person) and increase sensations with ice hoses ($3), which chill the smoke from spirited gourmet blends including the sour-apple martini ($25). On Thursday and Friday nights, belly dancers detract attention from the illuminated, trickling fountain by performing odysseys of movement and interpretive word problems.