Rickey Heroman's continues the Heroman family tradition offering the finest floral services. We have an extensive bridal registry - great gifts and home decor Let our friendly professional staff make your wedding or event the talk of the town!
Lawn Doctor's practiced groundskeepers restore vibrancy to yards by jazzing up grass growth and evicting weeds. Experts add gusto to greenery by using efficient Turf Tamer equipment to spread granular fertilizer, which—unlike sprayed fertilizer—will not leave the yard an artificial green hue, inspiring jealous Chia pets to dye their hair. Technicians will fertilize a lawn of up to 6,000 square feet, with additional fees applied to larger yards.
Big Easy Lawn is a premiere full service commercial and residential landscaping company serving the greater New Orleans area. You will find our staff professional, courteous, and eager to serve your needs. Superb lawn maintenance, shrub care and yard treatments can improve your property value, why trust one of your biggest
Mike’s Hardware's second-generation home-improvement gurus have been helping handymen plumb, paint, and re-wire for nearly thirty years. A veritable toolbox for home improvers, Mike’s extensive product list includes hardware classics, such as locks and fasteners, as well as more obscure items, such as hard-to-find faucet parts and the mystical drill press of Arabia. Embrace odd jobs with the 6-in-1 Enderes screwdriver ($4.79) and buck up blunt blades with the [AccuSharp] (http://www.accusharp.com/) knife and tool sharpener ($9.99). Yard fanatics and ex-entomologists seeking revenge can take up arms with Kill-A-Bug concentrate ($14.95/8 oz.), and garden guardians can whack encroaching weeds and giant-enraging beanstalks with trimmer line ($2.39/40' roll). In addition to heaps of tools and household supplies, Mike’s carries bagged goods including sand, gravel, and concrete, which may come in handy for setting backyard basketball poles or encasing mobster shoes for posterity.
Pelican Point merges British-style golf with Louisiana panache on a recently improved facility that houses two championship golf courses and two practice ranges. Built on 450 acres of a retired sugar-cane farm, the semiprivate golf club houses many obstacles, including wide bunkers, shot-blocking trees, and a wormhole that spits hapless golfers onto yard 100 of the driving range. Duos putt with precision on the championship-bermuda-grass greens of Pelican Point's premiere course, The Links, which enhances aim with up to 6,931 driving yards and a water hazard on nearly every hole. Golfers can also tee off at The Lakes course, which thwarts crooked shots with doglegs that meander through native Louisiana wildlife and wildflowers. Pelican Point observes a strict dress code at both courses, which requires clothing designed specifically for golf, such as collared shirts, golf-length shorts, and plaid brass knuckles.