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By: Susan E.
Carson's Nurseries
I stopped in to pick out some trees and Steve the salesman walked all over the lot with me to help me find what I wanted. They sent one of their guys to plant them for me and he was super helpful on advising me of the best spots for my trees. Will definitely shop here again.
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By: Vickie L.
Wickman's Garden Village
Beautiful plants and I DID NOT mind the prices. However, with such rude customer service I have taken my business online or to another greenhouse.
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By: Boogie M.
Wickman's Garden Village
I love this place! Selection is great and ever-changing. You want something unique, Wickman's has it. My favorite garden center,by far, in the area
By: jhfowll
Carson's Nurseries
Tell your worker to quit gassing customers with diesel fumes from his bob cat. He drove up and blocked our path to exit. Or was he so paranoid that he thinks someone is trying to steal a plant. What a waste to run off customers like that.
By: jhfowll
Carson's Nurseries
We were looking at some plants to buy in the shaded patio when a worker in a diesel bob cat drove up and block our exit path. The fumes chocked my wife, so we had to leave. She was hoarse the rest of the day. They lost the chance for a sale. Will buy from Mark from the John Deere nursery up the street.
By: blare1
Wickman's Garden Village
This place has nice plants and hard to find plants, but things are WAY overpriced. It would not be worth growing a garden if you bought everything from here. They need to think about their prices...
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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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