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By: Bri S.
J & J Trading Post Inc.
I had them copy my house key. Not only did the key not work, but I did not get a refund, and they were entirely unapologetic. Would not recommend.
By: Kathy W.
Peterson's Hardware
Like this neighborhood Hardware store , I go there to have them repair specialized screens forthe windows of my home . Satisfied with their work. Ample parking, can get in and out. Store is limited as far as big boxed items... But carries most products that one would need for general house repair paint, tools, paintbrushes... Customer Service very accommodating... .
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By: Gerardo C.
Dave's Paint & Hardware
They have a very good selection just buy what you need and hire some one else. The owner David very nice person the kitchen designer Tony no good;gives you great layouts from the computer but takes the wrong measurement and than their installer Chuy (you dont even get his full name) can't install them properly and charge you for extra material. They don't imform you that they are not responsible for the work of the installer, that they just pass the job to him and that you're on your own. By the way not a professional cabinet installer more like handyman, very messy wood finish, loose crown molding, doors not adjust properly and badly expose finish nails, bar not secure properly left with two sticks. Forgot to mention once you go back to complain they rude and defensive and cover for one another's mistakes and store owner blindly supports them.
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By: Dana R.
Anawalt Lumber Co
This is a good hardware store with a decent selection. Service can be hit or miss, but we've had some really friendly and helpful people work with us here.
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By: Dana R.
Plant Systems
We had Plant Systems come out to bid on an outdoor landscaping project and we were impressed with their knowledge and professionalism.
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By: West B.
Sunset Blvd Nursery
The service here tends to be pretty good, but it loses on both price (pretty expensive) and quality as a number of the vegetables I have bought here have been runt plants (anyone want a 3/4" jalepeno?). For the price I expect top quality products.
By: David J.
Echo Garden
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By: C. white D.
Echo Garden
There's always going to be people that hurt you so what you have to do is keep on trusting and just bemore careful about who you trust next time around.Read more:
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By: Svanhildur K.
Sunset Blvd Nursery
This place has a great selection of beautiful plants and pots. It's a little on the pricey side, but the convenience is worth it.
By: Amy F.
Rolling Greens Nursery
More upscale than your average chain "nursery," this West Hollywood location has a great assortment of home decor, pottery and plants, both for green thumbs and people like me who just want to find some cool houseplants that don't require a ton of maintenance. Staff person was helpful in explaining how not to kill the affordable dracena I purchased.
Tips & Advices
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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