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.
Herbert Lawncare & Landscaping's technicians offer a full suite of lawn-care and landscaping services. Their lawn-care services include mowing, edging, shrub trimming, leaf removal, and weed control. Techs also install lawns—paying attention to seed type and climate—and gladly add trees, shrubs, sod, and walkways.
At Gardens of Babylon, discerning gardeners and green green-thumbs can frolic among a wide selection of eye-catching florae that beautify any garden, apartment, or Star Destroyer escape pod. With 10,000 square feet dedicated to shrubs, trees, houseplants, perennials, annuals, and giant flesh-yearning venus flytraps, irascible Scottish groundskeepers can pick up unique coneflower varieties ($9.99), shrub rose ($20), fig tree ($19.99), or black Spanish grape vine ($19.99). Otherwise, ward off pesky buzz bugs and snake-oil salesmen with Amazon Lights mosquito incense cones ($13.99) with andiroba. Additionally, a helpful and knowledgeable staff helps turn garden concepts into leafy reality with demonstration areas that provide invaluable tips for transforming homes into self-sustaining bio-domes, as well as tutorials that focus on mulching, composting, and fortified-trench digging at home.
Throughout the last decade, staff members of Limitless Lawn Service has mastered grass tending, tree trimming, and landscaping. They have probably learned other important things, such as the rules to Michigan rummy and the best brand of canola oil as well, but it's the lawn-care where they've really thrived. They now service commercial and residential lawns, remove flagging trees, and whip unruly foliage into shape for customers across Davidson, Rutherford, Sumner, and Williamson Counties.
In 1932, Bessie and Byron Bates had such confidence in their business idea that they built a hothouse during the height of the Great Depression. Today, their 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.
If geneticist and horticulturalist Gregor Mendel were still alive today, he would marvel at Rivergate Garden Center. Owner Jonathan Buck fills the nursery with plants from breeders such as the aptly named Proven Winners and the Conard-Pyle Co., which has been developing hybrid roses since 1897. From spring through the moment when the world's executive producers decide it's winter, the center is rampant with blossoming roses, lipstick-red weigela, and violet butterfly bushes engineered to expend energy continuously in colorful abandon. These plants also require less maintenance, as their stems resist frost and mildew and quit growing once they have reached a manageable, predetermined size.