FruitFlowers' adorable edible bouquets partner fresh-picked fruit with sumptuous chocolate. The deluxe dipped tulips and daisies basket includes an extra-large helping of both chocolate-covered and unadorned strawberry tulips offset by perky pineapple daisies with cantaloupe centers and juicy grape accents. The boxed set of 12 strawberries are dipped in dark chocolate and drizzled with white chocolate for a delicious giftable treat. All bouquets are cut at the peak of freshness and ripeness, so the fruit's ready to eat when you bring it to your Thanksgiving party, Thanksgiving office meeting, or fruit-loving loved one's forlorn, fruitless front stoop decorated for Thanksgiving. Order online or by phone, and pick up your yummy arrangement at the Ashburn store or have it delivered for an additional charge (not included in this Groupon).
Bejeweled with gem-like skewered grapes, Edible Arrangements' Delicious Fruit Design bouquets pop with a starburst of chocolate-drenched and undrenched strawberries rocketing past honeydew slices. Skillfully shaped cantaloupe daisies sport glistening pineapple petals, communicating love to significant others or appreciation to favorite limbo dancers. Alternatively, a dozen ripe strawberries hand-dipped in semisweet chocolate peek out of their package, tempting onlookers with finger-staining juiciness. Whether drizzled in chocolate or served au naturel, each bite remains free of preservatives and lower-back tattoos.
There's something special about the ground at Good Life Farm. The fields—though now carpeted with veggies—were once home to an abundance of chestnut trees. Each autumn, the nuts would fall from the trees, decompose, and infuse the ground with carbon, nitrogen, and other minerals. While the mighty chestnuts died off in the 20th century, they left behind a powerful legacy: rich, potent soil.
Farmer Larry, the man behind Good Life Farm, uses this foundation to grow a changing bounty of fruits, veggies, herbs, and flowers. Larry plants favorites such as tomatoes and sweet corn, and he also scours over seed catalogs to find new things to grow. Farmer Larry's passion stems from a belief that locally grown food is healthier and better for the environment, humans, and the pack mules that transport us everywhere. To that end, Good Life practices community supported agriculture. Community members pledge financial support to the farm in exchange for a share of the weekly harvest. This system keeps members supplied with fresh, healthy foods, and it helps Good Life compete with nonlocal growers and people with high-tech food replicators.
Farmer Larry also works with the Montgomery County Food Council, which supports the creation of a sustainable local food system, and the Montgomery Countryside Alliance, which educates community members on local agriculture. Good Life Farm does its share to enlighten locals with tours, which teach about crops and farm animals.
Board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology, Dr. Melissa Delgado opened her office in the hopes of providing women with a one-stop hub for health and wellness treatments. In addition to general women?s checkups, the Spanish- and English-speaking physician specializes in chronic pelvic pain, offering minimally invasive surgeries, medicines, and acupuncture treatments as options for managing pain. Her office also delivers skincare services that enlist state-of-the-art laser systems, including Pixel skin rejuvenation, laser hair removal, and light therapy, to alleviate skin conditions or smite unwanted fuzz.
Family, cosmetic and Laser dentistry for adults and children. No Shots! No Drills! No Numbness! for cavities and other dental procedures. ZOOM! teeth whitening and Invisalign offered. Dr. Kris Popli has been in practice for over 20 years and is accepting new patients at this time.
With more than 20 acres full of witchcraft and demonry, the Fields of Fear at Cox Farms invite brave but foolish souls to journey through ominous cornfields on a dark and ill-omened night. Take a tour of the poltergeist-plagued fields with the Dark Side Hayride, where you'll hopefully (but doubtfully) escape the alien infestation, the maniacal trolls, and the horrors that await in the fear barn. Survivors can venture into the Cornnightmare, where a supernatural parade of mischievous spirits shocks and scares in the haunted library, the hall of whispers, and the bug room. Finally, head to the Firegrounds to flee down the giant torch-lit slide, watch the fire-wielding performer, or hang out at the bonfire and think about dinosaurs.