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Murfreesboro, TN
(Zone 7a)

December 8, 2006
3:32 PM

Post #2981650

I'm making the regional forums circuit to let folks know about our new feature here:

One of the important differences that will distinguish this feature from other general "trip advisor" or "yellow pages" sites is the input from each of us as gardeners.

Please add your feedback for the businesses you've patronized and the public gardens and parks you have visited. It helps other gardeners and the business or organization.

For smaller businesses and organizations, this type of "word of mouth" is their only form of advertising. And for businesses of any size, unsolicited testimonials are priceless - they can't buy that type of good will.

Here are the PNW state listings so far:


You can narrow these down to a particular category (garden center/nursery, or public gardens, etc.) You can also plug in your ZIP and specify a radius (especially helpful if you live near the state line and want to see everything in your immediate area.)

If your favorite nursery or park/garden isn't listed yet, let us know and we'll add it, or start the entry and add what you know (we'll fill in the blanks.)
Lakewood, WA
(Zone 8a)

December 11, 2006
5:17 AM

Post #2989272

Great idea!
Lebanon, OR

April 7, 2008
10:08 AM

Post #4769762

How can my business be added?

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Denise Stewart
38956 Lacomb Dr
Lebanon, OR
Willamette Valley, OR
(Zone 8a)

April 7, 2008
2:31 PM

Post #4770349

Dee, I added you. ^_^ I put you under Garden Centers and Nurseries...that was the best choice I saw. If you want to be under something else, I'm sure it can be changed.

Edited to add the link:

This message was edited Apr 7, 2008 7:32 AM
Lebanon, OR

April 7, 2008
2:59 PM

Post #4770455

Thank you:)

How is it going with working?

Willamette Valley, OR
(Zone 8a)

April 7, 2008
3:37 PM

Post #4770577

You have dmail.
Lake Stevens, WA

July 29, 2010
8:05 PM

Post #8005704

This is a great! Always looking for a new nursery. I want to post My Garden Nursery in Lynnwood. I just found it and they have about 40+ different kinds of heuchera.


Everett, WA
(Zone 8a)

July 3, 2013
11:55 AM

Post #9584936


GREAT feature! I just found "Bambu-u" near me.

Would you add this place? It's a wholesale-scale supplier for nurseries, greenhouses, farmers and gardeners, but it also has a retail desk. It's only open weekdays plus Saturday-until-Noon.

Steuber Distributing Co
308 3rd St
Snohomish, WA 98290

(360) 568-2626

It has a huge number of pots, planters and propagation trays, and you can buy onesies without paying through the nose.

It also has a lot of irrigation supplies including the best prices I could find on 3/4" polyethylene mainline and John Deere "Spot Spitters". MUCH wider selection than Home Depot or Lowe's for min-jet sprayers.

I never found an online catalog, but their 144-page paper catalog is free if you can get there while they're open. It looks like a website is under construction.

No plants, just nursery-garden-greenhouse-garden supplies.

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