This family-owned business specializes in landscaping materials, including gravel, sand, rocks, bark, mulch, and more, with an emphasis on locally sourced materials.
Primarily a florist, Adachi has a wide selection of blooming plants, balloons, European basket gardens, orchids, and fountains, and offers same-day delivery of floral arrangements for everything from births to weddings.
The design supply company stocks everything from blended soils for rooftop gardens to select stone for building restoration.
Having a difficult time finding a specific plant? Maybe a Dahlia coccinea or a Ranunclulus californicus? Check out Annie's. They specialize in rare annuals, perennials, and California native wildflowers, and also provide delivery and interstate shipping.
Located in the historic Richmond fire house building, the shop features handmade jewelery and other unique gifts, including suncatchers and accessories, made on-site by owner Kat Scott.
The chain store carries a slew of titles and hosts occasional readings and regular children's reading groups.
Where all the books are free (for real)!
Offers every hair-care item, beauty product, and accessory you can imagine — a rainbow of synthetic wigs, rows of extensions, curlers, brushes, elastics, bandannas, belts, purses, sunglasses, jewelry — even shoes.
This shop stocks around 24,000 roots and world titles, as well as music-related books, DVDs, LPs, and vintage 78s and 45s.
As the name suggests, this shop provides custom framing services.
In the market for a palm? Golden Gate Palms boasts the largest selection of palms in Northern California. The store also offers avocados and other fruit trees. Golden Gate Palms will deliver, install, trim, maintain, and remove palms at a competitive price. Walk through their gardens, replete with tropical paintings, and hand-select your desired palm. Its nursery boasts the largest in-ground Kentia palm grove in Northern California and one of the largest wine palms in the Northern Hemisphere.
This is one East Bay store where shoppers can peruse Stetson hats, Wrangler jeans, and leather holsters, as well as faux-pearl-buttoned plaids, embroidered long-sleeve shirts, and, of course, cowboy boots.
This is the spot for urban teens in search of the hottest new tennis shoes and cell-phone accessories and retail sociologists seeking out that old-school mall atmosphere.
A gift shop with a variety of Japanese imports, including Hello Kitty and friends knickknacks, beauty supplies, bento boxes and ceramic bowls, and snacks like Pocky and the sports drink Pocari Sweat.
Sells violins, violas, cellos, strings, and accessories.