Best 30 Nurseries And Garden Centers in Tulsa, OK with Reviews - YP.com
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07/17/2017
By: Meagan T.
The Garden Trug
What was ordered and what was delivered were two totally different things. Called to ask what happened and got talked to like a child who had to be wrong. Completely unacceptable customer service. Not offered any compensation or even an apology.
07/07/2017
By: Jeff O.
Best Garden Inc
Left a voicemail after calling twice. No response. Best Garden replaced a power box and rewired last year. Need minor repair to sprinkler head.
08/27/2015
By: wizzdomkiti1976622
Stringer Nursery
I really enjoy coming here. They keep things very real. It is peaceful to just walk the grounds during my lunch hour. You don't see personally owned businesses like this much anymore. I am thankful I found them!
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04/25/2015
By: Tonya I.
Stringer Nursery
Very helpful staff and great prices.
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03/20/2013
By: 2013gdnr
Stringer Nursery
They have so much stuff i spent hours there. Yes there is some dust but it is a nursery. They are always polite. You would never know just driving by the place is really big.
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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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