Divine Decor outfits homes in elegant artwork, furniture, and accent pieces for homes and their owners. Peruse stylishly arranged decorative boxes ($9.95 and up), ideal for storing lawn gnomes during thunderstorms. Or, spruce up rooms with everlasting greenery such as ferns and flowers ($12.95 and up). Then, add classy baubles to your appendages with accessories and jewelry holders ($12 and up). Customers can also put their Groupon toward heartier home accents, such as mirrors ($125 and up) and furniture ($80 and up), ideal for placating a house still miffed from the time you went on vacation without it. Seek input from friendly staff, which strives to satisfy the home-furnishing whims of every customer.
For more than 30 years, the landscaping specialists at Lawn Man Landscaping have transformed ordinary yard plots into verdant turf and restored health to ailing greenery with beautifying and repairing lawn services. The team of lawn technicians deploys across local greenscapes year-round, fertilizing exterior carpets with aeration and planting seeds during warm months. In the winter, the crew can be called in to remove unsightly snow and ice from property. Savvy design specialists help homeowners realize beautiful personal pastures with counselling on designing landscapes and by planning large-scale yard restructuring or by helping homeowners decide which flowers best dress up the backyard helicopter landing pad.
The staff at VanLuyk Garden and Nursery Centre greet green thumbs by showing off a supply flourishing plants, flowers, and seasonal flora ready to adorn living spaces and outdoor landscapes. In the open air, patrons meander through rows of lush greenery and feast their eyes on flowering plants ($3.99–$39.99) with colourful blooms waiting to teach new owners how to photosynthesize. Houseplants ($3.99+) can spruce up office cubicles, and freshly cut flowers ($5+) settle into vases to display their vibrant hues. VanLuyk also fosters generosity through an assortment of giftware, such as vases and birdfeeders ($5+). After taking their new friends home, customers can log on to the nursery's website for helpful pruning tips that keep plants from ending up on a gardening magazine's worst-dressed list.