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GRAND CHUTE – A central Wisconsin company expanded into Fox Valley. Jung Garden Center opened today at 1175 N. Westhill Blvd. The store offers a wide variety of seeds and vegetable plants, as well as gardening and landscaping supplies. The property, just south of West Wisconsin Avenue next to Golden
A record season in the garden industry last year contributed to a nationwide plant shortage this spring, but garden center managers in the Chattanooga area say they have worked hard to ensure that customers won’t notice. “Fortunately, we always bring trailer load after trailer load,” said Cole Webster, general manager
NEWINGTON, CT (WFSB) – Mother Nature should remind us that it’s still technically winter. Even though snow is expected later this week, local garden centers are still preparing to open to start the spring season. The Stonehedge Garden Center in Newington plans to open on Friday, as usual, as they
Owners of Harbinger and Harken Cafe Cameron Neal and Greer gilchrist, with the owners of Meeting Green Kendal Leonard and Sam metzger want to transform a 92-year-old building on the corner of Ashley Avenue and Wentworth Street into a garden cafe and store, inspired by concepts found in the UK.
Before the pandemic uprooted normality last year, Harrisonburg resident Emma Lundeen believed her gardening skills were on par with having a ‘black thumb’, so far the opposite of a green thumb whose plants withered at his touch. Ten months later, her collection of houseplants has grown from two to over
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,
A local gardener buys plants during a field trip to Geist Nursery at 9890 Mollenkopf Road in Fishers. (IBJ Photo/Mickey Shuey) Garden centers in the region have seen more greenery than usual this spring. Stay-at-home orders led to homeowners in central Indiana spending money on their outdoor living spaces, even
According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, it’s too late for Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale and Swiss chard. Gardeners and farmers who live in central Pennsylvania should have these plants in the ground by the end of April. This has not happened to many people because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Spring has arrived and empty store shelves in the aftermath of coronavirus closings appear to have spurred gardeners’ desire to build their own food stores as local nurseries brace for a high demand for fruit and vegetable starters and seeds. . Ara Lynn, owner of Amazing Flower Farm in New
WINCHESTER – The coronavirus may be sowing the seeds for many residents of the northern Shenandoah Valley to embark on a new hobby. Business is booming in the local garden centers. Managers say they think people are tired of staying indoors during the pandemic and are turning to gardening –
Just a three-minute drive north of the Indiana-Michigan border is Vite Greenhouses. The family-owned and operated greenhouse at 2610 Redbud Trail in Niles has been selling flowers, trees, vegetables and fruit plants for over 30 years and never expected 2020 to be any different. Like many other nurseries, Vite co-owner