Calling upon 20 years of industry experience, Forever Propane’s gas gurus replenish depleted tanks with quality propane. Customers can lug their cisterns into Forever Propane's brick-and-mortar shop, where a 20-pound refill ensures families can continue hosting barbecues or building a flamethrower to dry their soggy wool socks. Alternatively, customers can opt for delivery services to have brawny handymen pick up and drop off tanks at their respective homes or businesses.
At EG Farm Store at Eucalyptus Gardens, you can find naturally grown produce?including sweet potatoes, okra, and kale?sourced from the area's organic farms. Round out your meals and support local business when you pick up quinoa, chia seeds, and other prepackaged products.
Joseph Sirotkin founded DynaServ more than 45 years ago, on the principle that customer service stands out when it comes to landscape maintenance. His staffers are subject to background checks, formal training, and wacky inflatable hurdles before they begin work, during which they proudly wear official uniforms. They install and maintain landscapes for homes and businesses, performing services that include irrigation, pest control, and hurricane restoration. The company’s garden center also boasts 25 acres of plants, pots, figurines, and accessories to outfit green-thumbed shoppers.
With a fragrant host of photosynthesizing wares, De La Flor Gardens delights guests with colorful arrangements and occasion-appropriate projects. Eschew singing telegrams or carrier pigeons trained in interpretive dance for a colorful explosion of sentiment corralled into a carefully arranged collection of flowers. The Appreciation bouquet intersperses white and purple blossoms among eye-catching pink roses ($44.99), perfect for expressing gratitude to a mom, teacher, or friend. Or, show off your romantic side with the Token of My Love bouquet ($49.95), which nestles yellow roses, hydrangeas, and other brightly pigmented blooms into a charming wicker basket that may be repurposed for a picnic or as a storage bin for smaller, even more charming wicker baskets.
Beneath the tall palm trees that dot Amelia's SmartyPlants' outdoor garden lies a vast stock of lush plants and vibrant blooms handpicked by an expert staff. The 2-acre independent gardening center amasses plant species both familiar and unusual, helping homeowners beautify their yards and the environment with native florals, ornamental shrubs and trees, and colorful glass garden art that adds color and whimsy to natural plots. Aside from dishing out advice in a monthly newsletter or through their regular in-shop seminars, the plant pros can offer tips on garden design, fertilization, and how to control pests via hypnosis or the shop’s selection of organic and synthetic products. An indoor shopping area also awaits to show off shelves stocked with tools and garden accessories––many made in the United States—such as fountains and statues, all waiting to add interest to landscapes or the miniature dioramas of middle-school giants.
Open seven days a week, Woolbright Farmers Market presents shoppers with a rotating seasonal selection of local and organic produce. Locally cultivated vine-ripened tomatoes ($4/basket) and Georgia peaches ($1.49/lb) complement late-summer barbecue feasts and make acceptable stand-ins for absent family members in empty movie theater seats. Shoppers can also pick up organic apples and pears ($1.99/lb), seedless watermelon ($4.99 each), or two-dozen roses ($12.99), and peruse a lively selection of plants, including basil, rosemary, and bamboo.