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Western NC garden centers

Posted by ronnie208 5b. OH (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 14, 14 at 1:07

We will be moving to Rutherfordton area, between Asheville and Charlotte, sometime in next six months. Does anyone have any recommendations for garden centers an hour or less away? I am interested in perennials, shrubs, trees and herbs and am already aware of Jesse Israel and BB Barns in Asheville and Lowes in Forest City.
TIA!


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RE: Western NC garden centers

Goodness, Ronnie..(and welcome to you!) use your google. I did and found several in that vicinity. No experience with any of them so can't recommend for or against.


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RE: Western NC garden centers

Thanks for your reply, Dottie. The reason I posted this is because I when I did a Google search I found wholesalers, landscapers and businesses that give very little information. Future neighbors get their plants from the local Lowes and Walmart Garden Centers. I thought maybe if I posted here someone might know of garden centers that a Google search does not reveal and/or one they can recommend from personal experience.


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Hi,
I just saw your posting. Not sure how far Painter's Nursery is from you, but I make the drive from Winston-Salem atleast once a year. I have always been pleased with the selection and the price. Info is as follows:
Painters Nursery
734 Roy Moore Road
Old Fort, NC 28762
828-668-7225


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Your reply is much appreciated, jdbheartease!!!!!
I checked it out online and it will be about a 45-50 min drive from my future home. Definitely my kind of garden center.
Thanks!!!!!


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