Dill's Greenhouse is a retail grower greenhouse located in Southeast Columbus between Groveport and Canal Winchester. We grow most of the plants we sell, and offer a wide variety including annuals, vegetables, herbs, perennials, trees, shrubs, tropicals, and water gardening plants, as well as many gardening supplies.
Mattress Mart's slumber experts stock their stores with locally made and major-brand sleep surfaces—such as Serta and Englander—in twin, full, queen, and king sizes. Customers can rest their backs on the firm billows of a Posture Cushion twin set or support larger-scale lumbar regions with a soft, flippable Crazy Quilt king-size set. Mattress Mart also curates the Pure Rest line, which boasts a stamp of approval from the Ohio State Chiropractic Association for its top-notch support second only to sleeping on a pile of loving aunts.
Griffin's Floral Design is a 25-year-old botany business with sophisticated tastes, fresh perspective, and a sweet, lingering perfume that conjures memories of early-summer love followed by late-summer shame from having forgotten the names of every one of your middle-school teachers. A Moms Delightful Daisy ($24.99+) arrangement or a Mother's Saucer of Love ($29.99+) will plant a grin on your favorite lady's face this May 9, or use this Groupon toward an equally dental-friendly Cotton Candy Treat ($39.95+). In addition to creative floral arrangements, Griffin's offers a large selection of gourmet fruit and snack baskets, all-natural brownie boxes, and balloon bouquets.
When owners Nancy Kanter and Julie Byrne founded Clay Café more than 14 years ago, they wanted to establish a cozy, unpretentious environment where families could spend quality time pottery-painting and embarking on other art projects. Describing what they envisioned to the Columbus Dispatch, Byrne stated, “We kind of wanted a grandma kitchen—something homey.” At Clay Café, visitors might forget they’re not relaxing in their own homes amid the studio’s popular mismatched chairs, flower tablecloths, and resident father yelling at a sports game on TV. The hospitable owners invite guests of all ages to let their artist instincts run wild during open-ended potter-painting sessions, and they host an array of special events including baby showers and birthday parties.
Eurolife Furniture peddles an eye-catching blend of the finest modern, European-style furnishings and accessories to aestheticize any chamber. Outfit a living space with a funky Utility Side Table ($129) or a comfy cushioned armchair ($159). A white nightstand ($99) for your bedroom can comfortably protect headgear from anti-dentite bogeymen, and the Arden table ($150) can impart a dining area with upscale café pizzazz. Contemporary kids will love the drop stool ($159), a carved-out orange orb that lodges progressive posteriors. Office items run the gamut from knee chairs ($149) to wall cabinets ($179), and you can endow any nook with flair or cover up wormholes with a number of accessories.