For more than three decades, Jarrett's Jungle's two greenhouses and bustling flower shop has composed a visual symphony of petals, succulents, bonsais, and orchids. The delicate displays of blossoms and leaves draw from the world's floral arrangement traditions—walking down the colorful aisles, customers see everything from European flower baskets to Japanese Ikebana. Fresh boxes of tropical blossoms arrive weekly from Hawaii, entrancing guests with scents from across the seas. Jarrett's florists concoct breathtaking combinations of plants for weddings and special occasions, and an onsite horticulturist oversees repotting, pruning, plant maintenance, and open-trunk tree surgeries.
Founded by the creators of Carolina Pottery in 2013, Home South offers affordable, southern-influenced décor to fill houses with style and charm. Browse the shop’s carefully curated merchandise, ranging from weather-friendly furniture for the patio to bottles of wine for the cupboard. In the outdoor cushions and pillows section, you’ll find textiles designed to withstand the elements. Embrace your inner craft-maker or interpretive dancer at the ribbons and floral department. There are colorful pots and pans alongside baking sheets and mixing bowls in the kitchenware department.
The owners of The Range—who first set up shop in 1975 under the name Richard and Ann's Promenade Shop—have spent the last 37 years assembling the wares of a dream team of outfitters in Western, Native American, and equestrian styles. Patrons can slip into a pair of boots by brands such as Lucchese or Tony Lama or pick up two pairs of the rugged heels to outfit a fashionable llama. Broad-brimmed hats by Stetson and Wrangler can shade the eyes and keep fashion-forward perms under wraps while patrolling the countryside.