The Green Guardian nourishes landscapes with an approach that shuns harsh chemicals in favor of effective, all-natural fertilizers, herbicides, and pest-control solutions made from edible ingredients. A proprietary line of products includes vegan herbicides that fertilize lawns as they kill broadleaf and certain grassy weeds, and granular fertilizers that nourish turf with feed-grade corn, soil conditioners, and naturally-occurring microbial stimulants. Pest-control products use odorless garlic to repel mosquitoes, billbugs, grubs, geese, and displaced vampire squid, all without leaving behind an unpleasant smell.
In addition to lawn-care packages and à la carte treatments, The Green Guardian is also registered with DuPont to remove and replace trees killed by the chemical herbicide Imprelis.
Chris Beutz founded Green Horizons in 1988 to combine professional landscaping techniques with a growing knowledge of natural ecological cycles that restore spring vibrancy to yards shocked by winter months. In spring and fall, Beutz and his team clear away seasonal debris, lower the ears of lawns, and trim any remaining patches of scruff. Summer services, such as weekly shrubbery trimming and lemonade sprinkling, keep lawns looking good enough for a garden party. Services save homeowners valuable weekend time to attend their children's sporting events or the NBA Spelling Bee.
Minneapolis Parking operates 14 different parking ramps and lots located in convenient hubs across the city. Drivers or parking-lot enthusiasts can scoop up monthly parking packages for multiple lots and ramps or opt for a single-use session valid for up 24 hours of car stashing. The company also streamlines game day for Vikings fans via full-season and single-game parking passes at the Metrodome-adjacent Downtown East ramp.
Family patriarch Nordy Rockler opened the doors of his first store in 1954 to supply his fellow craftsmen with knowledge, friendly advice, and a large selection of tools for at-home woodworking projects. Now, the chain of retail outlets brims with more than 20,000 tools and specialized woodworking equipment. Next to a steely rainbow of hinges, casters, and screws, a supply of lumber and exotic hardwoods provides planks for building tree houses or just leaving around as a warning to uncooperative trees. The tenor buzz of power tools operated by newly knowledgeable guests drifts from educational sessions on operating equipment and woodworking.
Long rumored to be the home of eerie happenings, a lonely stretch along Highway 61 has begun to attract even more sinister attention with the arrival of The Haunting Experience on Highway 61. Drawing from the site’s fabled past—including tales of cannibalism and mysterious disappearances—three haunted houses illicit goose bumps by way of deranged clowns, men with chainsaws, and ghosts plagued by unfinished business and half-completed doctoral theses. While waiting to enter the spooky abodes, guests can fortify their spirits by a bonfire and munch on snacks from the Ghoulish Grill and frosty mugs at the beer tent. Aside from these terrifying attractions, guests seeking a tamer experience can venture through a corn maze during the daytime, solving clues hidden within its paths to win prizes.
With more than 1,700 stores in the U.S., Target has the broad exposure that attracts prominent designers and the scale to sell those designers' works at reasonable prices. The store can stock surprising big name designers without compromising its commitment to delightful affordability. That’s how its “Expect More, Pay Less” promise comes to life.
Load a recycled-plastic shopping cart with clothes from exclusive brands such as C9 by Champion or Sonia Kashuk, or with electronics from Samsung and Apple. The selection has everything from clothes and beauty products to furniture and electronics.
The company's mobile site, apps, and online store, with its electronic weekly ad and easy-to-organize shopping lists, make it easy to remember what you need. And, if you need help finding anything, you’ll have no trouble spotting team members in their distinctive red shirt and khaki pants.
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