The nursery at Evans Homes and Gardens has a wide variety of photosynthesizing sentinels in both annual and perennial models. Check out this year's Proven Winners (specialty flowers in four-inch pots, $4.99), or mix and match to your heart's content with a market flat of annuals ($2.50 per market pack, or a full flat of six for $18). Perennials run from $5.99 for the quart size to $19.99 for three gallons, and ninja plants are available in hanging baskets, dangling in mid-air to surprise your friends and delight your enemies ($19.99). Asiatic lilies make wonderful gifts ($12.99), and for $14.99 you can catch clematis. To completely transform your living room into the tropical utopia depicted in the critically acclaimed Bio-Dome, cover the carpet with a yard of topsoil ($32) or hardwood mulch ($27) and ignore the landlord's angry letters.
Scrubnik Landscape feeds and manicures a home's lawn and green spaces with a bevy of outdoor services. Technicians cut enthusiasts blades of grass down to size with seasonal mowing services or shape trees and shrubbery with artful snips. Experts also construct custom landscape-design schemes and nurture budding seedlings through fertilization, lawn-seeding, and sodding services. Additionally, Scrubnik can accent homes with delivery and installation of quality trees, plants, and flowers, as well as oversize portions of red and brown mulch. Catering to homes all year long, teams also clear snowdrifts with regular driveway service or fend off summertime mosquitos with natural repellants such as scarecrows shaped like fly swatters.
Serving Howard County, northern Prince Georges County and western Anne Arundel County since 1985. We have workers compensation insurance and general liability insurance so you are protected if one of our employees is injured while working on your property or if we cause property damage to your home.
Neither rain, nor wind, nor sleet, nor snow can keep Monarch Lawn Care and Landscape techs from their appointments across northern Virginia. Whether shoveling in the winter, trimming grass in the summer, or rounding up carriers of Lisztomania during fall-concert season, techs carry out calendar-centric services that help homeowners create and maintain their ideal outdoors. Monarch bolsters all its services with a money-back guarantee, and lists handy lawn-care tips online for between-visits maintenance.
Bejeweled with gem-like skewered grapes, the Delicious Fruit Design bouquet pops with a starburst of chocolate-drenched and undrenched strawberries rocketing past honeydew slices. Skillfully shaped cantaloupe daisies sport glistening pineapple petals, communicating love to significant others or appreciation to favorite limbo dancers. Alternatively, woo eyes and tongues with chocolate-drenched apple wedges, handsomely arranged in a gift-ready box. A dozen ripe strawberries hand-dipped in semisweet chocolate peek out of their package, tempting onlookers with finger-staining juiciness. Whether drizzled in chocolate or served au naturel, each bite remains free of preservatives and lower-back tattoos.
Utilizing 17 years of plant-rearing expertise, Farmhouse Flowers & Plants thrills discerning nostrils with an olfactory smorgasbord of locally grown blossoms, perennials, bedding plants, and herbs. Peruse one of the farm's four booths at area farmers' markets, and encounter year-round and seasonal offerings dazzling enough to brighten the day of the Harlem Globetrotters' perpetually doomed opponents. Seventy-five varieties of plants clamor for your green thumb's attention, from zinnias ($0.75/stem) to sunflowers ($1.50 each) and lilies ($4/stem). A mid-May peony harvest ($4 each) peppers chlorophyll-based arrangements with the kaleidoscopic buds, and potted rosemary ($3.75/4" pot) and basil ($2.75/3" pot) add a professional touch to home cooking without the hair-flattening effects of a chef's toque.