The perfect combination of flowers, plants, and landscaping can drastically transform the look of a home—something that P.J. Whitehouse, the owner of Heights Plant Farm, knows firsthand. When searching for a business location, she eschewed the traditional storefront and instead purchased an old house. She then transformed this building's front and back yards into a sea of flowers, potted plants, and trees.
To help customers make over their own yards, P.J. and her staff design landscapes for free, creating the perfect arrangement of flowers, trees, and plants. And to ensure these new residents live healthy lives, they run a deliver-and-dig program. With this service, gardeners will deliver, plant, and potty train each customer's chosen flora.
While plants dominate the outdoors, P.J. devotes her business's interior to handcrafted jewelry, locally produced honey, and relaxation aids. She also stocks the works of local artists.
Whether showering your spouse with a dozen roses or gifting dad with a baseball-themed basket, Thousand Oak Florists' floral experts can help find the perfect gift for any occasion. As a certified FTD florist, the inventory also includes several fresh plants, in addition to the carefully constructed floral arrangements and exclusive designs. The Thousand Oak website even shares the symbolism behind each of its flowers—white daisies represent innocence and affection, tulip bulbs show one's love, and lilies symbolize purity of the heart.
Freesia president and owner Shannon McCall Ullrich has an eye for beauty. She began her career in the fashion and modeling industry in 2001, opening a makeup studio that gained the attention of not only clients, but also publications and media outlets such as Allure magazine and Daily Candy. She then set her sights on beautifying spaces by designing floral arrangements and event decor crafted with fresh, in-season flowers. Her designs pair vibrant flowers of all varieties with green accents, California wines, and fun gifts, creating dazzling displays that show loved ones you care and neighbors that you're truly sorry for sleeping on their porch.
Noticing that water restrictions were increasingly frequent, gardener Eric Pedley decided to turn his hobby of cultivating succulents into a business. With business partner and fellow local Julie Patton, he filled a rented greenhouse with desert-dwelling plants capable of storing large reserves of water in their leaves and surviving in arid climates. The diverse inventory ranges from prickly cacti to lush aloe and agave, all of which make for nontraditional additions to home gardens. While customers shop, staffers dish out tips on soil mixes, drainage systems, and guttural incantations to prolong the life of potted or outdoor arrangements. The knowledgeable staff—featured on Central Texas Gardener—also creates and delivers festive potted arrangements.
A cubic container of red roses ($49.95) is a classy bundle of blooms for any occasion. Encounter unearthly delights in a paradise found arrangement ($59.95), and, if a friend broke her butterfly net trying to catch iguanas, give her a fluttering dancing butterflies arrangement ($59.95–$99.95). This Groupon cannot be used toward any Goodies From Goodman gift baskets or Teleflora keepsake products.
Bonnie's Florist is the home of a floral designer who has been in the business for more than 30 years. They offer a wide variety of flowers and floral setups such as roses or wreaths. They also gladly welcome special orders for floral arrangements to mark special occasions.