Jaspan Hardware outfits handyfolk, gardeners, tinkerers, and painters with all the tools and equipment they need to tackle household chores and projects. Table saws, drills, and sanders from brands such as DeWalt and Black & Decker add a hit of electric power and precision to jobs. The shop also deals in timeless implements with sturdy, old-fashioned Stanley claw hammers, ensuring that jobs get done even after the impending magnetic-field reversal destroys the power grid. Whether they’re professionals or weekenders, plumbers, builders, mechanics, and other tradesfolk outfit themselves with an extensive online and in-store collection of pipes, parts, and tools. The inventory also includes the equipment needed to tame houses’ outer surroundings, with an ample supply of spades, fertilizers, and planters helping gardeners care for lawns and flower beds.
Family owned and operated since 1965, Timothy’s Center for Gardening supplies local seed enthusiasts with a smorgasbord of plant, gardening, and landscaping options. Feast foliage-loving eyes on an array of annuals and imagine how they could splash color onto bland post-winter palettes, or stock up on fertilizers to feed lush lawns and keep flowers flourishing. Change the sheets on old flower beds with a bag of cedar mulch ($43.20), or coax shy sprouts into confidently raising their heads by treating them to a fresh layer of topsoil ($30). Landscaping lovers can decorate driveways or prettify patios with cubes of grey or pink belgium block ($1.29–$4.99 each), and an array of whimsical stone creatures such as elves, angels, and fairies help add mythical allure until your porchside cement trap nabs you the real thing.
Opened in 1911, Delicious Orchards has grown to a 110-acre operation that sows and harvests apples and stocks its family farm and country store with a plentitude of tasty treats. The aisles of the gourmet grocery shop shelter more than 400 cheeses, bakery goods, warm prepared entrees, fruits and vegetables, flowers, and more. Sweet teeth can chatter about the orchard-plucked apples that metamorphose into apple-cider donuts ($3.99) and apple pie ($11.99), while empty mouths gobble up a mound of chocolate-chip cookies ($3.99). After filling baskets with hearty meats, cheeses, and produce, shoppers can gawk at the honeybee hive, located at the front of the shop, where a swarm of buzzers busily milk honeycombs and keep the nearby wooden crates stocked with bottled nectar.
Founded in 1989, East Coast Energy Products has been dedicated to staying on top of the latest technologies and trends for heating alternatives from gas stoves to barbeques. We provide our customers with top-quality products, along with unparalleled information and assistance.
The verdant displays of flowers, plants, and seasonal, locally grown produce at Gold Coast Landscape & Garden Center form a veritable feast for the senses. Trees, perennials, and annuals from growers such as Overdevest Nurseries, Monrovia, and Endless Summer fill the center’s many planters and pots, sharing space with in-season tomatoes and strawberries. The gardening staff helps visitors to create their own vegetable gardens with these tasty fruits and can even lend their expertise to designing backyard ponds. Inside, a farm market further piques appetites with its selection of steaks, salad dressings, and gourmet cheeses freshly picked from the tree.
We are NJ's only Lavender Farm. We have thousands of fragrant English and French Lavenders in our field ready for pick your own. We also sell dried bouquets, loose buds, handmade Lavender soaps and bath salts as well as culinary Lavender and delicious Lavender Honey. We also sell a wide variety of live Lavender plants.