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.
Frozen Yogurt Innovations' gourmet frozen yogurts—certified by the Live Active Frozen Yogurt Association and OU Kosher—delight tongues in rotating low-fat and fat-free flavors. Customers can churn out helpings of blueberry tart, birthday cake, or sea salt caramel pretzel, which are loaded with probiotics, calcium, and bacterial cultures that can improve digestive health and build strong immune systems. At the toppings bar, guests hide frozen peaks in heaps of fresh fruits and candies, making sure to keep them free from hungry miniature hikers. For a boost of hydration, patrons can down a variety of naturally flavored agua-based beverages—free of both sugar and artificial sweeteners—such as coconut water.
More Than Words is a nonprofit social enterprise that empowers youth who are in the foster care system, court involved, homeless, or out of school to take charge of their lives by taking charge of a business. We are also a fabulous used book store and we proudly brew Starbucks coffee!
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.
When Lou Whitney founded Twig, he wanted to offer a level of flower quality that he felt other shops lacked. Having been named one of the Best Flower Shops in Boston by CBS Boston, Twig seems to have done exactly that.
Whether the shop’s florists are artfully arranging tulips and hydrangeas into bouquets for the seasonal collection or creating custom arrangements to suit any event, they use the freshest blooms available. The selection of in-store gifts helps buyers accompany their bouquets with goods from Michael Aram, Juliska, and other quality brands. On-staff installation professionals can also create indoor and outdoor garden installations, which last longer than hiring a skywriter to draw flowers in the air.
Twig's staffers also share their passion for flowers with customers through themed floral-design workshops.
Under the guidance of Dr. Cela Doppelt, the staff at Salon One MedSpa deftly iron out facial wrinkles with quick, minimally invasive Botox treatments. Technicians spend roughly 15 minutes injecting each targeted area with 20 units of Botox, delivered in quick succession to squelch wrinkles' stream of empty promises. The muscle-relaxing serum burrows its way through dermises to ease eyebrow furrows, crow's feet, and forehead lines for up to four months.