Countryside Flowers and Gifts owner Steve Baggett and his team of design specialists enhance special occasions with stunning, customizable products, including floral arrangements, bouquets, and home decor. Throughout the year, Countryside features a wide range of seasonal and holiday-themed items, and its show room is consistently packed with full lines of goodies ranging from home accessories to gourmet food baskets. The business can deliver nationwide, as well, relying on a trusted network of florists to do so.
Family owned and operated, Heather’s Flowers & Gifts arranges lush floral sentiments for all types of memorable milestones and everyday matador-gushing. Clients can tap the shop's skilled floral designers to custom build an arrangement, or choose from a host of pre-designed petaled starbursts to present loved ones with fragrant color. Nature’s annual pile-driving victory over Old Man Winter finds expression in a sunny ensemble of ten yellow tulips ($34.95) or a How Sweet It Is spring bouquet, which attracts compliments and friendly bee surveyors with light-orange roses, hot-pink carnations, and matsumoto asters in a glass vase ($34.95). Commemorate post-wedding limo surfing with a dashing boutonniere ($15.50) or orchid corsage ($24.50), or ignite romantic sparks with a dozen Always on My Mind red roses in fresh greens ($57.95).
Thompson’s General Store furnishes homes and gardens with a variety of functional indoor and outdoor accessories and necessities. Enliven outdoor spaces with a glass butterfly feeder ($11.99), which, when filled with sugar water, attracts a vibrant swarm of thirsty insects. Or fill interior living zones with delectable scents afforded by recipes from The Old Farmer’s Almanac Best Home Baking Cookbook ($11.99). A bar of Grandma's Lye Soap ($4.99) relieves skin scourges and removes stains, and Nature Nosh organic dog treats reward Fido for learning to drive stick shift. Like any good general store or well-attended rave, Thompson's General Store also boasts shelves of gardening supplies, children's toys, and home décor.
A farmer-owned grocery and co-op, Natural Farms specializes in pasture-fed, lean piedmontese beef, hormone-free meats and poultry, and seasonal assortments of organic produce. Emphasizing a dual commitment to supporting the local economy and filling pantries with toxin- and nitrate-free products, Natural Farms also carries locally made cheeses, eggs from area farms, and coffee beans roasted over Tulsa’s only active volcano.
Bluum Outdoor Environments offers a variety of landscaping services to frame houses with functional, aesthetically pleasing, and custom designs. With maintenance services, its staffers trim trees, hedges, and bushes; mow lawns; and cart away debris. They also offer landscape design, with templates that include fertilizer, shrubs, and boulders, as well as custom solutions with walk-throughs and recommendations.
Mary Murray's knowledgeable florists fashion striking petal and blossom designs for any sentiment or occasion. Graceful glass and silver vases as well as rounded wicker baskets. bloom with flowers that range from elegant roses and lilies to exotic anthuriums and orchids. Sunrise Sunset's orange cubed vase smolders with vermillion roses, gerberas, red carnations, and accents of huckleberry sprig ($51.45). Embellish a bouquet with add-ons such as chocolate truffles ($4.95), chocolate-dipped oreos ($8.95), or a teddy bear available in various sizes and levels of Klingon fluency ($6.50+).