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Heading to Omaha....

Posted by greenthumbinkc z5 KC (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 24, 06 at 14:16

My family is headed to Omaha over the weekend for a quick 'get away' and was wondering if there are any 'can't miss' nurseries in the area. I'll be heading up I-29 from KC. Thanks.

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RE: Heading to Omaha....

If you have time, the Omaha Botanical Gardens is a good side trip, and right off the interstate right after you enter NE on I-80 west. The largest nursery is probably Mulhall's (120th & Maple). It is also close to the interstate. I also like Indian Creek Nursery (N. of Dodge on Saddle Creek), Havers is the place to go for pond plants & fish (80th & Maple), Sunrise Lawn & Garden is one of my favorites (N. of I-80 on 84th St exit at 8529 Frederick St--across from Shopko).

Here is a link that might be useful: My pics from Omaha Botanical Garden (Lauritzen Gardens)

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