For over 30 years Dodds and Eder has been designing gardens to fit your lifestyle. Our mission is to design, build and maintain beautiful landscapes. Our nationally recognized retail store has worked hard to earn an unparalleled reputation for superior quality and design products and exceptional customer service.
Elizabeth Samudio, owner of Elizabeth Anna’s Old World Garden, cultivates an eco-friendly urban sprawl of thriving flora and fauna situated just minutes from downtown. Wander through rows of edible, unusual, and native plants whose organic designation signals freedom from synthetic fertilizers and herbicides, and whose lushness and vibrancy make them ideal camouflage for secret backyard wrestling leagues. Secure a romantic rendezvous with beguiling rose varietals, or nurture fruit trees and veggie starts into fully stocked, self-replenishing produce aisles. Samudio and her staff of greenthumbs will gladly aid customers with photosynthesizer selection, sharing planting and care tips for aesthetics ranging from asparagus ferns and creeping ivy to topiaries shaped like the mailman.
Flowers By Peter’s staff of blossom builders creates awe-striking arrangements with expressive names that make it easy to choose the blooms that suit the mood. Sniff through the selection of love and romance arrangements for an elegant way to say be my love (red roses, miniature carnations, white Asiatic lilies, and daisy spray chrysanthemums; starting at $42.95). Or, make someone smile without telling knock-knock jokes with the square-vased Teleflora Summertime Splash, a bouquet of yellow Asiatic lilies, pink Matsumoto asters, hot-pink miniature gerberas, and green button spray chrysanthemums (starting at $42.95).
Keil Bros' garden center and nursery is heartily stocked with a plethora of seasonally changing plant products hailing from a number of regional growers, including Chesapeake Nursery and Monrovia Nursery. With the summer solstice recently passed, the center's verdant and sprawling inventory is now focused on helping the mid-season gardener. Ready-to-go planters ($25–$50) and pre-arranged hanging baskets ($15–$25) keep green thumbs green and pristine fingernails clean while also adding opulent oxygen sources to homesteads. Come the auburns of autumn, Keil Bros turns its gardens over to organic goodies such as apples from the Hudson Valley, ornamental cabbages, and pumpkins just begging to be brought to cackling life through blade and flame. Year-round, the center also provides essential tools and lawn-care goods from brands such as Toro and Lawn-Boy.