Home & Garden in Tewksbury

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Paint your own pottery Studio, walk ins welcome, kids, adults & alike love to paint pottery. We are a high quality ceramic shop. Unlike plaster, our pottery is glossy, more durable, & food safe! Our Paints are Non-toxic & washable! Walk in anytime & paint or join us for Ladies Night Thursday 6-9pm all year.

361 Main St
Tewksbury,
MA
US

Mahoney's Garden Center beckons green-thumbs and novices alike to its sprawling facilities, which burst with a plethora of plants, blooms, and gardening accoutrements. Although merchandise varies by store, shoppers may score finds such as a knock-out rose shrub ($29.98), zinnia perennials ($4.98) or an 8-inch hanging ivy ($16.98), complete with a Rhodes Scholar application. The 6-inch hibiscus ($12.98) lends its vibrantly hued blooms to front porches or a modest giant's windowsill. Perch deserving bouquets in the 12-inch embossed teal ceramic planter ($44.99) or display 10- and 11-inch hanging baskets ($12.50) that double as hideaways for spare doghouse keys. Customers can also narrow their searches for outdoor patio furniture at the Winchester and Falmouth locations.

1609 Main Street
Tewksbury,
MA
US

The family staff at Dracut Appliance Center has been rounding up top-quality household appliances and electronics since 1949. National brands such as Maytag, Whirlpool, Sony, and Bosch headline the wide range of abode accouterments, including laundry machines and home-entertainment supplies. Sparkling new kitchen appliances—including ovens, refrigerators, and microwaves—breathe life back into culinary pastimes, replacing old ovens ruined by burnt grease and tally marks carved by gingerbread men. Dracut Appliance Center helps protect each device by extending the original manufacturers' warranties, and adept technicians can further fortify each machine's performance with professional installation and repairs.

2100 Main St
Tewksbury,
MA
US

In more than 1,112 stores worldwide, Edible Arrangements' expert fruit florists arrange pieces of premium fruit in stunning displays for all occasions. Customers can customize their order to suit any occasion, receiving chocolate-dipped fruit such as pineapples, granny-smith apples, grapes, and juicy Albion strawberries that, unlike the sodas found in most mummies' crypts, don't contain any preservatives. Staffers can dip fruit in gourmet semisweet chocolate, white chocolate, or their own special peanut-butter-and-chocolate blend. For birthdays and anniversaries, chocolate wielders can personalize gift baskets with gifts such as plush teddy bears and mylar balloons.

1768 Main St
Tewksbury,
MA
US

Blanchette Gardens—a family-owned operation for the past 30 years—grows about 80,000 containers of perennials each season, supplying customers' yards with both exotic and classic varieties. Easy-to-grow coreopsis verticillata variations such as Crème Brulee, Moonbeam, and Zagreb (12–18", $6.95) thrive in sunny gardens and resist droughts on desert islands, and Carin eupatorium decorate moist soil with silver-pink blossoms (72", $8.95). When exposed to the sun, Pippi Longstocking's leafy twin, the umbellata bluebeard, sprouts freckles on its flowery face. Little Drumstick allium (8", $6.95) are also primed for planting, and can easily fill rock gardens with pale-purple blooms and, if squeezed, the scent of fried chicken.

223 Rutland St
Carlisle,
MA
US

Picture Works is a full-service framing store with an expansive selection of frames, mats, and glass that turns ordinary memorabilia into wall-worthy works of art. Display snapshots from weddings, first birthdays, and obedience-school graduations with 16"x20" customized pieces featuring acid-free matting ($36), foam core backing ($10), and 1-inch wooden frames ($74). 32"x40" posters of your 10 favorite hair bands can be enclosed in metal ($89.99) or wooden ($119) frames, adding a touch of professionalism to glam-metal shrines. Precut mats and frames can enhance paintings and diplomas, and neglected rec rooms can be decorated with framed jerseys ($299+) once worn by Olympic table-tennis champion Jan-Ove Waldner.

211 Lowell St
Wilmington,
MA
US