Home & Garden in Mount Pleasant

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Water Works Salon & Spa's cavalry of certified therapeutic bodywork practitioners, aestheticians, and stylists subdue somas and shine strands with rejuvenating treatments. The one-hour Swedish massage employs soothing strokes to melt stress icebergs into lolling leisure streams. Following the massage, jelly-muscled clients are swaddled in a choice of one of four body wraps. The blueberry-soy slimming body wrap helps tighten and sculpt tissue into a moving, breathing statue and the mango enzyme body wrap sloughs off dead skin cells with exfoliating pineapple and microscopic skindozers.

502 W Broadway St
Mount Pleasant,
MI
US

Backed by more than three decades of experience, the florists of Kutchey's Flowers put their dark-green thumbs to use assembling floral masterpieces. Inside their storefront, coolers full of fresh flowers blossom alongside potted plants, gifts, and candles. Staffers can also bring to life a wide variety of options that can express birthday wishes, romantic love, or sincere apologies for buying a bouquet of asparagus the first time around.

215 East Main Street
Midland,
MI
US

Most popular offering: Suits, dress shirts, ties, and shoes

Reservations/Appointments: Optional

Walk-ins Welcome: Yes

Good for Kids: Yes

Established: 1988

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Parking: Parking lot

Handicap Accessible: Yes

402 North Michigan Avenue
Saginaw,
MI
US

Growing up, C.V. Hunt spent more time around Christmas trees than the typical kid; during the summers, he'd make extra money helping out on Christmas tree farms, including one owned by his uncle. In 1980, he decided to open his own farm, naming it Hunt Tree Company. On 500 acres, he grows fraser firs, douglas firs, and other evergreens, some of which stand up to 12 feet tall.

109 N Gladwin St
Lake City,
MI
US

Shaner Avenue Nursery owners and staff have extensive training in horticulture and forestry, which helps them keep an inventory of trees, shrubs, and perennials thriving. Fill gardens with rhododendrons ($35.97), a few of nearly a dozen varieties of junipers ($7.97+), or a member of the hydrangea family, which includes nine siblings in white, pink, and blue ($7.97+). Those who revel in eating everything they bury in the ground can plant raspberry shrubs ($5.97+), a red haven peach tree ($39.97), or bushes that grow fresh cobbler.

11421 Shaner Ave NE
Rockford,
MI
US

For more than three decades, AAA Canoe has rented canoes, kayaks, and tube floats to explorers bound for the scenic, tranquil Rogue River. The rental center accommodates both individuals and group outings, outfitting each trip with paddles and life jackets or flotation cushions before chauffeuring boaters and their vessels to their trip’s starting point. Each trip ends at the Rockford Dam in downtown Rockford, where passengers can explore the city sights and regain their land legs from unscrupulous alleyway leg merchants.

525 Northland Drive Northeast
Rockford,
MI
US