Landscaping in Brentwood

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Signature Landscapes founder Sharon Heinz draws on more than 10 years of landscaping experience to transform outdoor spaces, increasing the beauty and value of clients' properties. Using special imaging software, she generates before and after images of homes so that customers can see how lush greenery, flower beds, ornamental ponds, and other features will look. If desired, she and her team can also install fencing, gazebos, and additional built-in elements.

3180 Leeman Ferry Rd SW
Huntsville,
AL
US

Gabriel's Garden's beauteous bounty of home- and garden-oriented gifts can match your last-minute Mother's Day, or first-minute Earth Day 2011, shopping needs. Stock up on scented goodies such as the eye-catching Vance Kitira pillar candles (from $4.95) or the shea-butter-enriched Pre de Provence soaps ($1.50–$7.95) available in more than 30 fragrances—none of which, thankfully, are "Uncle Leroy's cigars" or "junior-high locker room." For long-term garden glory, plant a batch of Kalalou Botanical's recycled foam stems ($9.95–$27.95), or invite the animal kingdom into your home without even cracking a window with the pale-yellow bee charmer dishes ($2.95–$59.95) with adorable bumbling bee patterns.

101 Creekside Crossing
Brentwood,
TN
US

In 1932, Bessie Bates had such confidence in her business idea that she built a hothouse during the height of the Great Depression. Today, the nursery flourishes across 15 acres of space, where the family staff guides shoppers to annuals, perennials, pots, and gardening supplies. They might also introduce green-thumbed customers to rhododendrons, climbing roses, flowering quince, or concealer that makes their thumbs look more flesh-toned. The stock also includes garden accessories, such as fiber-clay pottery and fountains.

3810 Whites Creek Pike
Nashville,
TN
US

Offering a wide variety of fresh floral creations and gift ideas, Bloom Flowers is a one-stop shop for acquiring vibrant efflorescence without trekking into the dinosaur-infested depths of the Amazon. A bevy of roses, plants, gift baskets, best sellers, and Mother’s Day specials is available. The Blooming with Admiration bouquet ($50–$70) lets moms know you like them the best of all the women who birthed you, while the Fragrant Memories ($45–$65) provides a more-than-adequate apology for being such a pain in the uterus when you first entered the world. For Lennon-loving matriarchs, go with the Strawberry Fields arrangement ($45–$65) or lavish them with a bouquet of peach and white roses ($60–$100). Less-holiday-themed options include the Straight from the Heart arrangement ($40–$60), purple phalaenopsis ($50–$85), and gerberas and hydrangea square-block arrangement ($35–$75). If you’re worried your giftee will attempt to eat the flowers, gift baskets provide a safe alternative and range from healthy mixed-fruit baskets ($40–$60) to indulgent gourmet baskets ($55–$85). Delivery (not included in this Groupon) is available to an array of nearby surrounding areas, including the knothole in the tree outside Boo Radley’s house.

1517 Dallas Ave
Nashville,
TN
US

Seeding helps to even out and increase the overall density of your lawn's grass. Most times, all that's required is some aggressive sprinkling and gentle raking, though Turf & Seed can also extract dead and dying grass. This complete removal is an additional service and not valid with this deal, but will only happen upon consultation. Fertilizing infuses your manor grounds with life-giving nitrogen, giving it a full head of glossy emerald hair that really classes up your home (and they don't use toxic fertilizers, either). Spray-on weeding, meanwhile, shrivels away any careless or impudent invaders. Each service is typically done in the fall or winter to prepare fetal plants for the upcoming spring. You can buy up to five of these Groupons to service larger lawns or to treat your outdoor carpet to all three treatments.

2924 Emery Dr
Nashville,
TN
US

All Seasons Gardening & Brewing Supply Co. arms fermentation farmers and green-thumbed dirt-doctors with a catalog of equipment essentials and hard-to-find accessories. Budding suds sages can find supplies for every stage of the brewing process, from carboy containers ($4.75 and up) for fermentation to a profusion of grains, yeasts, sugars, hops, and malt extracts. The carboy brush ($5.69) scrapes off icky residue, and guides such as the The HomeBrewer's Answer Book ($14.95) explain why previous failed batches kept opening portals to the 12th dimension.

924 8th Ave S
Nashville,
TN
US