At The Flower Fountain, expert florists encourage smiles and uplift noses by composing contemporary and traditional bouquets. Greet the return of migrating ice-cream-truck herds with a summery spray of orange roses, hot-pink carnations, and matsumoto asters gracing the How Sweet It Is bouquet ($39.95+) or turn to a variety of other warm-weather arrangements. Birthdays and clown-college-graduation parties benefit from the addition of a Basket Full of Wishes, a wicker basket bursting with a chorus of yellow spray roses flanked by asiatic lilies and miniature gerberas ($45.95+). The Garden in Glass ($41.75+) encloses a 5-inch-tall miniature garden of live plants, pebbles, and garden-gnome footprints in a simple glass cylinder. Additionally, customers can gift compatriots with gourmet gift baskets such as the Delicious Delights, stuffed with fresh fruit, cheese, and sausage ($60.95+).
Dedicated to facilitating restful, healthy dozing, Nasafoam promotes rejuvenating z-catching via their fleet of foam- and latex-based sleep accessories forged from all natural materials and chemical-free, water-based adhesives. Using only Canadian-made foams and fillers, Nasafoam’s mattress-smiths cobble together their memory foam mattresses in a multi-layered design that helps reduce pressure points and coaxes spines into a proper alignment. Made from hypoallergenic and antimicrobial talalay latex, the company’s latex mattresses boast natural ventilation properties to regulate body heat even as sleepers dream about August. All Nasafoam mattresses deploy advanced technologies that aid in the alleviation of common slumbering maladies such as snoring, joint pain, and tossing and turning. While specializing in the art of mattresses making, Nasafoam’s line of pillows and mattress toppers bolster sleeping sessions with their plush, durable surfaces.