Nature Girl's herbalists draw from dozens of herbs and a handmade, organic liquid to create fresh and custom blends that brim with bodily benefits. The over-sized four-ounce infusions ($39.99) contain meticulously blended extracts that distill the curative powers of plant matter into a salutary concoction. The Chill Out remedy harnesses linden flower and chamomile to relieve stress, and the Belly Boost remedy packs a wallop of ginger root, peppermint, and angelica root to erase digestive regrets after pizza-wrapped hot dog binges. Memory Lane is packed with gingko, gotu kola, kava kava, and other clarity and focus promoting ingredients, while Wonder Woman is formulated with schizandra berries, dong quai, black cohosh, motherwort and wild yam as a tonic for peri and menopausal women that is safe for long term use. The remedy brewers infuse each selection with a choice of alcohol, sweet vegetable glycerine, or an apple cider vinegar base densely populated with nutrients. Because each remedy is fresh and custom-blended, Nature Girl requires a two-bottle minimum order, allowing Groupon holders to mix or match their pair of choices.
Voted St. Augustine’s Best Florist by the St. Augustine Record, Flowers by Shirley has been transforming palettes of flowers into contemporary and traditional masterworks of artful expression since 1973. Pitch woo at a crush's noggin as hard as you can with the Love in Bloom bouquet—a vase bursting with cream and white roses accented with pink snapdragons (starting at $38.99)—or thank a maternal unit for not trading you for magic beans with the Flourishing Garden basket, a jubilantly yellow mix of lilies, spray roses, daisies, and cowardly cartoon characters (starting at $39.99). Lovers of less high-maintenance plant life will prefer a decorative fern (starting at $39.99) to gussy up their dreary abandoned space station.
Selected a top furniture store in 2010 by the St. Augustine Record, Wholesale Furniture Outlet showcases over 6,000 square feet of dining-room, bedroom, and living-room accouterments from brands such as England by La-Z-Boy, Klaussner, Liberty, and Leather Italia USA. Raise relaxation and your feet to new heights in a leather recliner ($359+), or fall into perfect slumber with a new mattress set ($159+). A trove of comfy sofas ($379+) help cushion tough losses during football season, and a selection of end tables ($69+) can seamlessly pull a room together or foil burglary attempts when used to form an obstacle course.
Road Bike Outlet stocks an expansive collection of two-wheeled wonders, including the fat-tired, Shimano Nexus internal three-speed beach cruiser. Each pedaling pleasure-craft is made with a sturdy steel frame to ward off dings from sticks, stones, and insults, and a plush saddle cushions riders for maximum comfort. The internal drive train and coaster brakes provide smooth, dependable rides, and gender-specific designs help ladies and gentlemen ride into the sunset after dinner dates or marathon staring contests.
Surf Station's wave-riding experts, led by surfing aficionado Tory Strange, equip visitors to explore aqueous avenues with a diverse selection of tools for nautical revelry. With up to 24 hours of rental time, surfers can hop on their boards and conquer swells by zipping through tubes and spelling schoolyard taunts in the sea foam. A four-hour standup-paddleboard rental allows riders to defy the old "sink or swim" adage with a water-walking middle ground, propelling themselves across the deep blue with a single oar that doubles as a manatee back scratcher. Surf Station helps beach-goers corral gnarly crests with its detailed surf reports as well as surfing apparel, equipment, and lessons available for purchase.