Impact Landscaping's owners, Joe Chiera and Micah Posten, have guided homeowners through the full spectrum of landscaping since 1997. They are members of the Ohio Landscape Association and certified technicians. As experienced and credentialed professionals, they keep lawns and gardens healthy and beautiful through services ranging from lawn maintenance to irrigation-system installation and maintenance—including rotors, popups, and sprayheads. The team’s collective green thumb is matched by its handiness with installing hard surfaces, including brick patios, walkways, retaining walls, and any pro wrestler's skull.
Our unique, English-style garden center specializes in water gardening and beautiful container gardens. We also carry a wide variety of colorful annuals, delicious herbs, vegetables, perennials, shrubs and trees. Our friendly staff is ready to help!
Scioto Gardens grows perennials, ferns, grasses, and flowering shrubs with an emphasis on native plants. But our passion for plants can’t be limited to only native species, so exotics are also grown— provided they are not species detrimental to our environment. Great customer service is provided along with great plants.
Apples have an incredible range of colors, flavors, and textures. Goldrush apples, for example, are tart with firm flesh, and Cortland apples are tender, yielding fruit with a hint of spice. Four generations of the Dodd family have mastered these distinctions at Hillcrest Orchard, the 90-acre farm where honeycrisp, jonagold, and stayman winesap apples hang heavy on branches in a palette of sunset hues. As the air cools in the fall, pumpkin vines wither, leaving behind the vibrant gourds near peach trees and a kids’ playarea. Visitors pluck apples from trees, watch the scenery slip past on a hayride, or wander through a 7-acre corn maze. Chatter in the farm's store drifts amid plank shelves laden with cake and cobbler mixes, candles, and old-fashioned candies such as licorice or sepia-toned lollipops.
• For $25, you get $50 worth of products and services. • For $150, you get $300 worth of products and services. At Going Green Landscapes & Lawn Care, highly skilled greenery technicians attend ongoing training sessions to keep up with industry green standards and tend to a wide range of landscaping needs. Venture to the new full-service design center in Lewis Center to acquire coveted flats and annuals ($15+), mulch ($34.99+/cubic yard), and hanging baskets ($19.99+). Going Green Landscapes & Lawn Care can also visit various mansions, office edifices, and hobbit hovels to design and install trees, ornamental grasses, edibles, and Japanese or English gardens. Flora artisans can maintain treasured ground-hair by treating a lawn to weed and insect control, mowing, mulching, and fertilization. Turf therapists design myriad hardscapes, such as outdoor kitchens, water features, arbors, and patios. Going Green Landscapes & Lawn Care’s thorough shrub smarts of plant materials, color and texture, and plant performance guarantee color combinations more brilliant than Stephen Hawking coated in diamond dust.
In 1978, a modest 32’x144’ poly greenhouse began supplying a farm with tomatoes and pepper plants. More than 30 years later, the greenhouse has exploded into a 3-acre operation that supports a leafy abundance of 15,000 flowering hanging baskets, more than 100,000 potted annuals, and 25,000 potted perennials. Helmed by Don and Janice Bench and their son and daughter-in-law, the greenhouse and nursery pairs visitors with more than 200 varieties of hybrid roses, which only require 1 gallon of gas to bloom on the highway, as well as trees, shrubs, statues, and fountains.
In November and December, the garden center morphs into a winter wonderland that showcases more than 100 decorated trees and a seasonal trove of ornaments, fragrant wreaths, poinsettias, and crimson bows. During summer months, the Benches man a roadside produce stand, where they sell sweet corn, melons, beans, and squash from their 650-acre farm.