When the co-founders of SymbiOp incorporated their green landscaping business in March 2020, they did not plan to have a retail store the following year. But call it luck, fate or business sense, that’s what happened when the co-op’s new worker-owned garden store opened in southeast Portland on October 1,Read More →

SPRINGFIELD– The Springfield Garden Club helps improve food equity in neighborhoods across the city while promoting its mission. “The SGC’s mission statement includes, ‘…works to create interest in the art of gardening, stimulates the promotion of civic beauty through horticulture and conservation…’ and we believe that Gardening the Community achievesRead More →

The Surrey Garden Shop redesigned as “Western Canada’s Largest Christmas Shop” opened for the season. The “Christmas Shop” at Potters celebrates its 17th year as a ‘Happy Wonderland’ featuring ‘a massive selection of holiday decorations, giftware and curated specialty items from around the world’, at 19158 48 Ave., Surrey/Langley borderRead More →

If you thought about investing in more plants or started growing a small garden during the coronavirus shutdowns of 2020, you weren’t alone. According to Flowery landscape, a company that ships live plants directly from greenhouses to customers’ homes, a number of people are showing interest in plants this year,Read More →

Animal Crossing: New HorizonsThe next update arrives on Thursday, April 23 and will add new merchants and an expanded museum, Nintendo confirmed on Tuesday morning. New additions include Leif, the sloth Animal Crossing fans will remember Animal Crossing: New Leafwho will run a garden stand, and Redd, the fox/art dealerRead More →

How did this business get started? For 64 years, Dunn’s Nursery and Garden Shop on Skibo Road has helped residents of Fayetteville and surrounding areas meet their landscaping and garden needs. The owner, John F. Dunn, Jr., said his father, J. Fairley Dunn, started the business in 1955. “It startedRead More →

MADYSON WINN Laura Tetley, Tammy Behm and Laura Caldie bring Maypop Coffee & Garden Shop to Webster Groves in May. Anyone who gardens knows how coffee grounds benefit certain types of plants. However, three local entrepreneurs are taking this idea to a whole new level with their future concept, MaypopRead More →

Located at 165 Sherbrooke Street in downtown Peterborough, The Avant-Garden Shop specializes in home and garden decor and accessories, backyard bird supplies and artwork from over of 75 Canadian artisans and some from abroad. (Photo: The Foregarden Shop) Expect the unexpected at The Avant-Garden Shop. What started as a retailerRead More →