Harper's Nursery & Landscape Co has been in the Harper family for three generations, and little has changed about the business since it was established in 1945. On the eight-acre farm behind their Mesa location, their team cultivates a wide array of plants in every state. They're so confident in their plants, they guarantee that each one will last its normal life expectancy, as long as customers follow simple care instructions. In addition to maintaining a huge variety of plants, flowers, shrubs, and trees, the team also performs landscaping services on-site and on-location, helping clients plan out a picturesque garden or shrine to Martha Stewart, the gardening queen.
Tackling projects both teeny and titanic, All in One Maintenance provides simple and straightforward home-improvement solutions for kitchens, bathrooms, and more. All in One will work with homeowners to apply their wrench-wielding talents where they are most needed, whether they are asked to fix a leaky toilet, install a new closet door, or repair a cracked liberty bell. Over the course of two hours ($50/hour), All in One can replace a finicky faucet, re-screen a window, or install appliances such as dishwashers or microwaves. Though today's deal does not cover materials, All in One is happy to use materials provided by the homeowner or purchase the necessary materials and present the homeowners with a receipt for all store-purchased items. All in One can also apply their efforts to larger remodeling assignments, including fixing faulty roofing, installing new ceramic tile, or reinforcing Parthenon replicas made out of popsicle sticks.
Michele Silvernale is no one-trick pony. At her namesake studio, she caters to the unique needs of each individual client with an expansive repertoire of services that aim to soothe and beautify. And each treatment can incorporate a dizzying array of features, from naturally derived ingredients to hypermodern aesthetic technologies. Michele's range of facials include a traditional European service that nourishes skin with exfoliants up to the PBE Bio Visage facial that uses microcurrents to tone the skin and break up hyperpigmentation. Futuristic microcurrents are also used during body-toning sessions, which are designed to stimulate cellular metabolism and circulation with pep talks transmitted over subtle electrical frequencies.
Massage therapies inspire inner beauty by emulsifying stress with soothing techniques. Deep-tissue and cupping treatments pinpoint the sources of chronic tension, while therapeutic massage can incorporate a foot scrub and mask. The full-body scrub uses a blend of mineral salts and sugar, and a choice of body wraps infuses skin with detoxifying herbs, nourishing algae, or softening botanical mud.
Rated the top nursery for the last 10 years by AZ Business magazine, Moon Valley Nurseries complements its extensive inventory of plants and trees with services such as delivery, installation, and tips for care. The knowledgeable staff can help customers navigate the green aisles of trees and plants, which encompass such Plant Kingdom constituents as Palm Trees, Flowering Trees, Shrubs, and, during the holiday season, Christmas Trees. They also grow their own inventory so they can maintain direct control over the health and well being of their plants, whether treating them with the correct combination of fertilizers or pressuring admittance boards to make sure each seed gets into the best of nursery schools.
The home and garden gurus at The Green Goddess foster airy living spaces and premier patios with a varied line of products including ceramic planters, barbecue sets, and fire pits. Five gallons of shrubs ($14.99+) and one gallon of geraniums ($5.50) take root in flower beds, and ceramic containers ($25+) provide shelter for full-grown houseplants or children. Like exposing a steamy romance novel to a sparkler, Looftlighter grill starters ($80) ignite fires without the need for lighter fluid, and flexible Fire Wire kebob wires ($12) contort their meat- and veggie-filled bodies to meander around other grill occupants, filling spare space and saving cooking time.
A man-made forest of native, drought-tolerant plants shamelessly gulps carbon dioxide from the air within Desert Foothills Gardens Nursery, a plant hub that also churns out pottery, fountains, sculptures, and more. Hundreds of varieties of plants vie for attention, from aloes and agaves to bougainvilleas and yuccas. Grace the top of your top hat with a one-gallon golden barrel cactus ($6), or grab a five-gallon purple prickly pear ($19) to accentuate the poolside. Various sizes of cardoons, saguaros, and white Argentine giants are also available.