A-1 Best Service: MOBILE is a family owned and operated business that specializes in the maintenance and repair of lawn and farm equipment (i.e. riding lawn mowers, garden tractors, weed-eaters, edgers, virtually all lawn equipment) as well as small engines (generators, pressure washers, etc).
The furniture arrangers at Family Furniture Leather Gallery stock all 12,000 square feet of their showroom with more than 100 different colors and styles of furniture spanning from contemporary leather sofas to traditional end tables. Casual end tables ($129+) accompany leather sofas ($999+) and leather chairs and ottomans ($599+), while lamps reveal walking obstacles such as a lurking roller skate or a discarded turkey sandwich ($69+). In-stock items such as leather reclining chairs ($599+) and leather sleeper sofas ($1,399+), both crafted with top-quality leather, are delivered within 72 business hours after purchasing. For the same price, customers are also able to design their own furniture items if in-stock items don’t cradle or envelope their bodies in the right fashion.
In 1963, lifelong friends Billy Long and Frank Scott Jr. uprooted themselves from their Virginia homes and plotted a 100-acre farm in central Florida. In the half-century since, as most independent farms have been sold to ruthless rabbits, Long & Scott Farms has stayed in the family, expanding to a prosperous 1,200 acres brimming with Zellwood sweet corn, pickled cucumbers, and cabbage. Each fall, the farm cultivates a new corn maze to complement a 60-foot slide, hayrides, and another maze made from more than 1,000 ligustrum trees. The farm's country cafe offers breakfast and lunch, and the nearby market and produce club feature locally grown produce as well as Long & Scott's own line of jellies, syrups, jams, and relishes.
In Lafleur Nurseries & Garden Center’s expansive outdoor garden, informative placards give names to a busy jungle of plants and trees. A sweet scent drifts from jasmine plants, roses burst open colorfully, and the wide white blooms of magnolias sway like the dresses of southern belles. Honeysuckle and bleeding heart cover the nursery's verandas, and raspberries and grapes ripen in the sun. Over the sound of birds singing, trained garden techs can be heard giving planting advice and landscaping estimates for sod and pond installations. Patrons can also ask them for irrigation suggestions or help building a wall to keep furry animals from foraging in their home garden or putting the satisfying last piece in a jigsaw puzzle.
Pawsh Pet Resort and Spa was designed from a pet's perspective to provide its furry visitants with homely comforts amid a safe, fun, and personalized environment. The facility is managed by Holly Kierski, whose credentials for the job include certifications in pet CPR, first aid, and as a bark-to-English translator. Holly heads a staff of professionals that supervise all of Pawsh's day-to-day activities, ranging from exercise-packed daycare services to upscale boarding options, some of which feature password-protected webcams so traveling owners can peek in on their canine or kitty. Meanwhile, on the spa side of Pawsh, professionally trained groomers spruce up shaggy styles, and outside the facility, Pawsh employees jet off to clients' houses for in-home sitting of more exotic pets, such as horses, birds, and freeloading cousins.