Rice's Nursery has been sprucing up area gardens with expert intervention since 1941, often by giving them a whimsical personality by adding a whimsical fairy garden, complete with tiny props and plants perfectly sized for imaginary flying friends. Rice Nursery's collection of fairy gardening products includes miniature shrubbery and flowering plants, itty-bitty statues of fairies ($14.99), houses, furniture ($5.49-$29.99), and accessories like holiday wreaths ($1.99-$2.99) and watering cans ($1.79). Rice's garden center centers on model gardens that give would-be fairy gardeners a chance to scope clever set-up ideas.
Specializing in Lawn Care Services, Landscaping Design, & More Edging • Turf Mowing • Tree Removal • Stone Work • Water Features
Our Service Area includes the following: Columbus and Surrounding Area Cities. Contact us today for all your lawn & landscape needs!
Our unique, English-style garden center specializes in water gardening and beautiful container gardens. We also carry a wide variety of colorful annuals, delicious herbs, vegetables, perennials, shrubs and trees. Our friendly staff is ready to help!
Real World Services Company keeps homes in fine fettle with a staggering slate of services that goes beyond washing baseboards. During the warm months, techs tend to lawns and clean out gutters. As cooler weather approaches, they rake up leaves and ready their snowplows. Before housecleaning sessions, homeowners meet with the staff for a walk-through, pointing out areas that need particular attention and trapdoors that should not, under any circumstances, get tap-danced on.
Dill's Greenhouse is a retail grower greenhouse located in Southeast Columbus between Groveport and Canal Winchester. We grow most of the plants we sell, and offer a wide variety including annuals, vegetables, herbs, perennials, trees, shrubs, tropicals, and water gardening plants, as well as many gardening supplies.
Smith Farm Market boasts a large variety of local plants and produce offered during the spring through the end of October, and baked goods year-round. Housed in a late-1800s school building, its bakery crafts 26 varieties of pie, 14 flavors of kettle fudge, and cookies, cakes, and breads. In the summer-time customers will find crops of famous sweet corn, melons, homegrown tomatoes, peaches, and apples alongside perennials, soil, and vegetable plants and seeds. Additionally, the market sells local products such as jams, Amish cheeses, and honey.