Landscaping in Hillside

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Plant Shed New York Flowers, a family-owned-and-operated business for the past 30 years, bedecks its 10,000 square feet of halls for winter-foliage shopping during the holiday season. Normally known as a premier floral shop, the Plant Shed staff puts on their stocking caps and jelly-bowl stomachs to moonlight as holiday horticulturalists. Christmas trees of the Balsam fir persuasion, one of the finest topiary pelts available, come in a range of shapes and sizes to create the ideal present cove. Those opting for the holiday décor option can gaze eggnog-glazed eyes over a wide selection of ornaments ($4–$14/box of four), lighting ($10–$35), garlands ($2–$70/yd.), and tree trimmings ($10–$100). Other holiday décor includes velvety red poinsettias ($5 and up) and beauteous wreathes ($12 and up) worthy of hanging around Rudolph, last year's Triple Crown winner.

209 W 96th St
New York,
NY
US

Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design specializes in garden design, installation and maintenance services for rooftops, terraces, street plantings, backyards, townhouses and estates. Our brilliant designs and attention to detail transform outdoor spaces into relaxing retreats. We excel in providing unique solutions for small spaces.

517 W 46th St
New York,
NY
US

For more than nine decades, Rekemeier’s Flower Shops' blossom aficionados have plucked perfectly bloomed buds for prominence in beautiful bouquets to please the eyes and pleasure the nostrils. Give the grand marshal of your heart an aromatic, sensationally chromatic Garden Parade arrangement, with yellow roses, chrysanthemums, and more crafted into a scale replica of the Rose Bowl ($50). Customers can honor maternal family members with a Mother's Day-ready Rose Medley ($47.95) or summon the deal-of-the-day arrangement for a fresh compilation of the greenhouse's flowers du jour ($35+).

116 North Ave W
Cranford,
NJ
US

In Orange Garden Center's expansive nursery and store, cherry-bomb barberries and japanese maple trees keep watch over purple, yellow, and red flowers, all clad in leafy outfits. More than 800 varieties of perennials lend years of color to lawns, and friendly staffers assist more modest makeovers with stone accents, topsoil, and mulches in hardwood or cedar. After running curious palms over Orange Garden Center's stock of ornamental grasses, patrons can retreat inside to peruse gardening tools and specialty items, such as deer repellent and books on tape, to keep plants entertained while their owners are at work. Orange Garden Center also offers a selection of pottery and window boxes, and customers who purchase pottery can take advantage of the custom flower potting area, where staff is available to plant new purchases at no extra cost.

360 Alden St
Orange,
NJ
US

Supplying all materials, Art By The Glazz's artist-led painting sessions kindle brush-wielding talents during three-hour classes held on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. New artists capture shapes and shadows inspired by a number of pastoral- or wine-themed templates, with step-by-step instruction from pigment professionals. One complimentary glass of wine emboldens the pigment-shy, and those with a thirst for more can visit an onsite cash bar. Aprons protect against stray paint, wine drops, and the tears of fruit trapped in a beautiful but airless eternal present, although Art By The Glazz recommends wearing old clothes. Finished masterpieces chaperone each artist home, ready to be mounted on a wall or hung from the dining-room chandelier.

During Cookies and Milk sessions, kids or teens settle down with a complimentary dessert amid canvases ripe for realizing 2-D tableaux. During each session, one featured painting of a subject, such as the beach, Green Eggs and Ham, or Mickey Mouse, is perched mid-studio to kindle students’ imaginary fires. The company also hosts corporate team-building events, small groups, and birthday parties, giving guests an enjoyable ice-breaking activity.

8 Rooney Circle
West Orange,
NJ
US

Originally established in the late 1800s as a private estate garden, the historic Reeves-Reed Arboretum went public in 1974 and is now home to more than 13 acres of lovingly cultivated botanical landscaping. Nature enthusiasts can traipse through six acres of woodlands teeming with native carbon-dioxide scrubbers, and Jane Austen larpers can stroll through 5.5 acres of formal gardens blooming with azaleas, award-winning roses, and a Tibetan-style herb garden.

165 Hobart Ave
Summit,
NJ
US