no...it was one of the more expensive nurseries around. They say in the nursery business, spring is when nurseries make a majority of their money for the year. They said the closure was due to 2 years of cooler than average springs that we had.
going to a furniture store in Woodland tomorrow, a town that's about 35 miles west from where we live, that dh saw a couple days ago. It is a little family owned store, and has been in business forever.
Well, we didn't go. Dh's friend called him to ask for his help. Not looking for anything in particular. dh thought I might want to take a look at their rocking chairs, even though I already bought one.
a friend of mine has a business in upstate New York,she makes one called baked apple...really smells good...love her Christmas one's too!!you ever do the tarts??I bought the electric one to warm it up,don't have to use the tea lights...the scented tea lights are a waste of money...
I know, it's a trade off. If you want the plant that no one else has, it has to be shipped if you can't find it local. I got just one small order this year, but I have a good size "wish list". I probably will not order again until next spring, if then.
seems to be lots of babies being born in the next few months...first is Sunny and Eric, then my cousin's daughter is due in february, and my cousin Jon and his wife are expecting a baby in April, I think.
Evelyn, the nursery that closed was Windmill Nursery in Carmichael.
Yes, that is one reason why I changed. The Wells Fargo account did not charge me a monthly fee, but I want to stay away from large banks. This one is a small chain, and it is finacially stable. This one will give me interest as well, but not much, of course. Nothing is like it used to be.
mine is free,just have to keep a certain amount in it...but let them take out of my savings if that happens...interest not much any place here...friend told me do a credit union one...same thing no more interest than my bank...