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  • 1.Henry's Plant Farm

    248 N 1700 Rd


    9.66 mi

  • 2.Henrys' Plant Farm

    248 N 1700th Rd


    12.63 mi

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By: Sulin S.
Pine's Howard Garden Center & Green Houses
One of a kind, family owned business. Great variety of stock and staff very helpful. Owner is always on site and involved. Beautiful display of well kept greenhousesl I*ll shop no other but Pines.
By: cowgirlautumn
Pine's Howard Garden Center & Green Houses
I love this place! I have been getting all of my plants from here for year with no problems! If there is something that I want that they don't have they always are up to try new things!
By: jj4567
Bouncing Bear Botanicals
Bouncing Bear is great. They aren't at this address, though. They are online only. This is a different herb store--Sacred Journey--at this address. BBB hasn't been there for about 5 years.
By: mizkate
Pine's Howard Garden Center & Green Houses
Decades long family business. Knowledgable staff, great selection and stock and fair prices.
By: wheels006
Bouncing Bear Botanicals
Can you say rude??? It was not a very pleasant experience for me.
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