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  • 1.Jones Nursery

    4100 Hampton Station Rd


    9.19 mi

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By: Karen C.
Incredible Lawn Care & Landscaping
Devin Black came to us and took over our irrigation maintenance last summer 2015, doing a fine job. We hired him to grade and resod our back yard, also hired him to put garden stone around our flower bed. Then we needed someone to do lawn care and he wasn't sure he would do lawn care this season so it took him a while to answer, he was waiting to see if he got some bigger jobs and he did so he took us on. We were very happy with him until last week when he brought a new employee that didn't do such a good job. A week goes by and we get a text from Devin that he's dropping us out of the blue, saying he never should have taken us on because he had 30 other jobs and he usually works alone? Then something about not being a good fit? We've had a good relationship with Devin all along and now this, he did NOT give a two week notice and my husband works overseas and I have a disability so he has left me stranded. We are taken aback. NOT professional.The rating because of the outcome!
By: Amy L.
The Garden Place
Great place -- love the customer service!
By: odett.fenton
The Garden Place
This is an amazing place for ornamental plants and vegetables! The plants flourish and bear abundantly. Her selection of horse tack and supplies are wonderful year round! The staff is friendly and knowledgeable.
By: tracy.morris.10
Mary's Marys Garden
Mary's has beautiful trees, flowers and shrubs. We have two trees from Mary's that have done very well. It's a shame that the owner John is rude and that their employees are NOT on the same page. Everyone that we dealt with at Mary's was very nice, except for John. Back in October of 2011 we bought 3 trees, 2 for our front yard and 1 for the back yard. We have a privacy fence with single gates and they can't fit a tractor through them. We were told this was not going to be a problem. John came out to plant the trees and refused to hand dig the hole in the back yard. They returned our money for one of the trees. At the end of April 2012 we went back to Mary's. We spoke to two people about planting more trees in our backyard and explained what happened before. We were told to find the trees we like and they would tell us if they could be hand dug. We found two trees, he swore up and down that they would be able to plant them by hand. They said they never turn away business and that they hand dig all the time. He even spoke to John, who I assume gave him the go ahead on it. Today they came out to plant them and once again John refused saying they couldn't be hand dug. He was also extremely ignorant and rude on the phone with me. I will NEVER buy anything from them again, which is a shame because we live in a new subdivision with no trees, we plan to plant quite a few so they are missing out on a lot of business from us. I would NEVER recommend them to anyone. Please stay far, far away from Mary's Gardens.
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The primary service of nurseries is production and/or sale of plants, trees, and related products. Some nurseries provide delivery and installation of plants and trees. Nurseries can also provide irrigation materials, service and irrigation management, landscape design and maintenance, lawn care, and tree service and maintenance.
While there are many nurseries that provide various product guarantees (usually with limitations), each establishment has its own set of rules and policies. Ask questions and do your research before buying.
Nurseries are able to nurture a plant from seedling to mature plant with skill, potentially increasing its longevity and health. All you have to do is maintain it. Nurseries have the resources and personnel to handle a wide variety of plant life, which creates a more diverse selection for the consumer, and can help  guide you in growing your own green thumb.
Besides the obvious geographical difference, the main thing separating indoor from outdoor plants is their temperature tolerance. Some require cooler temperatures and shade; others need more direct sunlight and warmth; some are flexible and able to thrive in either environment, provided the temperature differences are not extreme.
The best plants for low-maintenance care include ficus, spider plant, Mother In Law’s Tongue, cacti or cactus, Peace Lily, Touch-Me-Not, ivy, succulents, and Kalanchoe. Each of these plants requires minimal watering and attention (but still might like you to talk to them).

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