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Nursery east of Springdale on 412

Posted by dmgray55 6b (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 26, 13 at 14:36

I seem to remember a large nursery on 412 east of Springdale, Arkansas a number of years back. Is anyone familiar with that area? I wonder if it still exists.


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RE: Nursery east of Springdale on 412

I think I was there early summer with my daughter driving. It was once operated under other ownership. I thought it very high priced, but they had some nice things.

We bought everything from Westlake? Nursery very near Pinnacle Mall in Rogers. It is a large, fabulous nursery and they just had everything you might want. Pretty reasonable, as well for such well-grown plants.
Sunny


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RE: Nursery east of Springdale on 412

You mean Bradford's?

Sandy

Here is a link that might be useful: Bradford Nursery


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RE: Nursery east of Springdale on 412

Might have been Bradfords -- I don't know. I didn't buy anything to have a receipt. The rocks I looked at (comparing to Joplin's Rock Yard) were something like 30 cents/pound -- for instance. NOT going there.
Sunny


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RE: Nursery east of Springdale on 412

That's Westwood gardens in Rogers. They have 4 locations in the Rogers'Springdale area.

We get rock at that rock yard down by Seneca south of Petro. They have reasonable prices and better stone than the Rock Yard on Shifferdecker in Joplin, I think.

Sandy


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RE: Nursery east of Springdale on 412

M and M Stone You can buy small amounts and pick them out from a pile. I like to shop there.


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RE: Nursery east of Springdale on 412

  • Posted by dbarron Z6/7 (Oklahoma) (My Page) on
    Wed, Oct 30, 13 at 20:07

There was a large nursery for some years near Hindsville (jct of 412 and 45), but it went bust this year.


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