The Delaware Center for Horticulture (TheDCH) is a non-profit organization that promotes knowledge and appreciation of gardening and horticulture by maintaining community gardens, beautifying public landscapes, and providing educational programs for children, teens, and adults. Members enjoy free admission to TheDCH’s gardens and horticultural library, and can take advantage of all activities and events. They also receive free admission and/or discounts at botanic gardens, arboreta, and conservatories through the American Horticultural Society Reciprocal Admission Program. Quell gardening queries with a complimentary subscription to The Gardener newsletter 45% more accurate than a magic 8-ball. Dress up your yearly gift plant for a gala good time, escorting him to the annual Rare Plant Auction on April 30th. Proceeds from the fundraiser go towards The Greening Program, which transforms abandoned lots and potholes into inspired garden oases and roadblocks.
Since its 1987 inception, NaturaLawn of America’s plant-protecting business has spread to more than 66 locations in 23 states, spreading its passion for eco-conscious, organic, and customizable lawn care to thousands upon thousands of acres of yard. Through two distinct lawn-service programs built around pesticide-free and organic greenery care, the grass whisperers promote deep root growth and replenish spent soils with natural infusions of trace elements, controlled-release nutrients, and warm, fatherly advice.
Ornate railings flank the steps to one of BlueBallRoom Dance Studio’s two spacious dance floors, whose hardwood-maple surfaces mask springy, joint-cushioning subfloors. The studio's team of talented teachers leads classes in a monthly rotation of social dances ranging from Argentine tango and various ballroom styles to intermediate touchdown dancing. Group classes encompass these styles as well as cardio-centric Zumba, famed for its easy-to-follow steps and driving Latin beats. Private-lesson subscribers, meanwhile, get closer attention and a chance to hone their footwork at regularly held free dance parties.
Mid Atlantic Grand Prix's indoor track brings to life dreams of zipping along Monte Carlo or the Circuit of The Americas—just on a smaller scale. Drivers aged 8 and older strap on helmets and man the wheel of their go-karts, covering up to 6 miles during each eight-minute ride. In addition to drop-in races, the facility also hosts bachelor parties, birthday fetes, and other group outings.
For the past 20 years, the team at CoolAir has navigated buildings' complicated inner workings in order to improve air quality. The ventilation system, which is often ignored by homeowners and novice diamond thieves, acts as a backbone for much of the building or home. So CoolAir technicians devote all of their expertise to cleaning and maintaining furnaces, vents, and HVAC systems in order to keep the property functioning properly. All of the team's services not only rid buildings of allergens and pollutants, but they can also make ventilation systems run more efficiently.
The staff at Giovanni's Place #2 serves up mouthwatering morsels from a menu that's so humongous that it counts for book-report credit in most of the nation's high schools. Because of the enormity of its scope, the menu's sure to satisfy any diner's cravings, whether they're stopping in for a quick bite or catering a large party. In addition to standard Italian dishes such as New York-style pizzas, pastas, and stromboli, folks can also order all-American favorites including sub sandwiches, wings, and burgers.
In business for more than 12 years, Quills Bunches creates stunning and fresh floral compositions. Sisters Katie Quill and Teresa Quill-Pfeifle are experts at designing bouquets tailored to any occasion, whether it’s a wedding, birthday, or obedience-school graduation. Customers and staff can team up to craft a custom combination, or choose from dependable designs. Sneak sunshine into dark and forgotten corners with a gerbera-daisy-and-hydrangea cube arrangement ($38), or take tea next to a Victorian garden of tulips, spray roses, and hydrangeas ($55). An atypical flower, such as a couture orchid ($25), makes a bold statement, while a mini rose garden lends presidential grandeur to any office, oval, funnel shaped, or otherwise ($40).