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your favorite nursery in denton county

Posted by ladybugfruit (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 21, 11 at 20:28

I'm off for a birthday field trip tomorrow and am still trying to figure out which nursery I want to visit. I don't want to drive super far, but am thinking north haven gardens will be on the agenda...I wish redenta's wasn't so far away. What are some of your favs in the area?
Anyone know if Lantana's is still open?
Thanks!!


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RE: your favorite nursery in denton county

Happy Birthday to you!
As of last summer Lantana's is still open.
Oh there 's that Farmer's Market at Garden Ridge and 35 they had some good looking stuff last weekend.

Hartwells' on 35 in Lewisville is good to check out from time to time.

Though they're not in Denton County I've been thinking a lot about going back to see Marshall Grain and see what they've got on hand. (I need another nursery trip like I need a hole in my head!) There's also Mike's on 114 in South Lake and of course Blooming Colors.


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RE: your favorite nursery in denton county

Passed Lantana last week, and it is closed.


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awwwhhh.. :( bummer.


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RE: your favorite nursery in denton county

Thanks for the wishes and the suggestions melva! :)
Never heard of marshall grain, may have to check that out...if not today, than another! (any excuse right?)
Sad to hear Lantana closed, loved going there and they had such nice garden areas. Kinda wondered how they would do when they redid 407.
Off to start the fun festivities! :)


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