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  • 1.Harlow Gardens

    5620 E Pima St

    Tucson,AZ

    3.39 mi

    BBB Rating: A+

    Harlow Garden is located in Tucson, AZ, and still growing. We are your one-stop for all gardening and landscaping needs. We have all the beautiful things you need for your outdoor spaces. We carry a g

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10/09/2017
By: Dave T.
Mesquite Valley Growers Nursery
Other nursery call Mesquite and they had the plant i thought i needed. Consultant 'NATHAN B' was most HONEST, HELPFUL and KNOWLEDGEABLE employee i have ever delt with in my 68 years. When needed, i will return even though i live west of Saguaro Nat Pk west. Tks Nathan B.
05/31/2017
By: Beverly L.
Ponderosa Cactus & Hay Sales
Beautiful nursery and great deals! I came in and was just blown away by the variety of plants they have to offer.
05/22/2017
By: Veronica B.
Ponderosa Cactus & Hay Sales
Amazing variety of plants and such friendly staff. I just received an installation of a saguaro and LOVE IT! They did a phenomenal job and definitely recommending them to everyone I know!
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01/28/2016
By: Andy D.
Mesquite Valley Growers Nursery
This is the most unfriendly business I've been to in Tucson. The scraggly gray haired woman is just mean. Not much for customer service either!
11/11/2015
By: J G.
Ponderosa Cactus & Hay Sales
Do your self a favor and avoid this place at all cost. There 5gal plants are really 1 gal and there 15gal plants are really 5gal all newly transplanted but with the higher price. They will sell you a 6' saguaro and call it a 7' they are always looking for ways to rip you off and increase the profit. Avoid, Avoid, Avoid...
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05/17/2015
By: snarecrusher
Mesquite Valley Growers Nursery
we can get lost for hours wondering around Mesquite. The staff is VERY friendly as well as knowledgeable about every plant they have in stock. You can see the quality and care at this nursery, and even though it is huge, you can always find someone to help you if you need it.
05/30/2013
By: pokerdiva
Tanque Verde Greenhouses
I hate to state the obvious, but the individual who wrote a review for this nursery back in '08 apparently needed more than the 3 eyes of which he boasts - my husband and I love this place, and so do all the people we know!I find all their staff to be extremely knowledgeable, not to mention very friendly and patient. The prices on cactus and pottery are the best I've seen in the area, and I've tried most of the other places in town at this point.They are easy to find - just east of Houghton Tanque Verde - which is good because you'll be back often!
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