As your local Ace Hardware, our store is a member of the largest retailer-owned hardware cooperative in the industry. Ace Hardware began as a small chain of stores in 1924 and has grown to include more than 4,600 stores in 50 states and more than 70 countries.
For more than three decades, Jarrett's Jungle's two greenhouses and bustling flower shop has composed a visual symphony of petals, succulents, bonsais, and orchids. The delicate displays of blossoms and leaves draw from the world's floral arrangement traditions—walking down the colorful aisles, customers see everything from European flower baskets to Japanese Ikebana. Fresh boxes of tropical blossoms arrive weekly from Hawaii, entrancing guests with scents from across the seas. Jarrett's florists concoct breathtaking combinations of plants for weddings and special occasions, and an onsite horticulturist oversees repotting, pruning, plant maintenance, and open-trunk tree surgeries.
Since its establishment in 1964, Palmetto Propane has fired up outdoor recreation with propane and cooking equipment and cooled down summer soirees with frosty stocks of ice. The company's products, which include grills and grilling accessories, transform raw burgers and hot dogs into juicy, delicious bites, great for a camp picnic or luring a bear into a surprise hug.
Pineview Florist proudly serves the Columbia area. We are family owned and operated. We are committed to offering only the finest floral arrangements and gifts, backed by service that is friendly and prompt. Because all of our customers are important, our professional staff is dedicated to making your experience a pleasant
Since 1986, the award-winning crew at Southern Vistas Landscape & Garden Center has created landscapes both residential and commercial while supplying people with all the necessary ingredients for DIY gardens. Six days a week, patrons sprout up at the garden center, which teems with name-brand supplies in categories such as seeds and plants, ornaments, mulch, and pottery. Clients can also commission the onsite landscape architect to make over an outdoor living space, entrusting the specialist with everything from installing outdoor kitchens, waterfalls, and swimming pools to planting trees and exterminating garden gnomes.
Close your eyes and pretend you're enjoying a fine olive oil, and the first flavor notes to come to mind probably won't be blood orange and chipotle. Likewise, ask for something to put on top of your ice cream, and you probably won't expect someone to hand you a bottle of balsamic vinegar. But at The Crescent Olive, neither ingredient follows the rules. “People don’t really know what to expect until they come in the store,” owner Mike Easler told The State. “The fun part about our store is you get to come in and taste everything we have.”
Mike and his wife, Charlotte, oversee a seasonal roster of gourmet oils and aged balsamic vinegars imported from around the globe, including Spain, Portugal, and Italy. Visitors stop by and test the goods with breads and, yes, even ice cream, before selecting their favorites from the stainless-steel containers that populate the shop. Once that happens, Mike fills up bottles of up to 750 milliliters for customers to take home or to toss to an ex-flame who's leaning out of a moving train.
The certified specialists at Wild Birds Unlimited open up an encyclopedia of avian-spotting opportunities in local forest preserves and backyards alike with a stock of bird-watching and bird-feeding accessories that promotes the appreciation and conservation of wildlife. They’ve accumulated more than 30 years’ worth of research and experience, culminating in an impressive array of high-quality birding supplies, some of which boast a lifetime guarantee. The specialists cull regional blends of bird feed that consist of 100% edible seed that’s safe for backyard birds. In addition to vending bird food, bird feeders, birdbaths, and powerful optics equipment, the company disseminates helpful information online about bird feeding, migration, and current top 40 bird song charts.