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Petals From the Past

5 stars
Entry type:
Garden Centers and Nurseries
U-Picks and Apple Orchards

Street Address:
16034 County Rd 29
Jemison, Alabama 35085 (United States)

Phone: 205-646-0069

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Latitude: 32.9646149
Longitude: -86.6845932


5 stars CarolMann1 On November 23, 2009, CarolMann1 wrote:

Excellant plus, plus!!!
I only wish I could get there more often or else just work there. I have brought many plants back here to Tennessee and have enjoyed each of them so much. Jason is the very best in the country when it comes to answering any question about plants. It is very much worth the drive from Nashville to Jemison for a wonderful day enjoying the family atmosphere and most of all the wonderful selection of plants. I highly recomend if you have that one spot in your garden that you can't quite find the special plant for go and see Jason or one of the family there and you will be happy!

5 stars passiflora_pink On March 19, 2008, passiflora_pink from Central, AL wrote:

I visited and found their plants to be healthy and varied, and their employees to be kind and knowledgeable. If you are in the area, go see for yourself!

5 stars annscabin On February 25, 2007, annscabin from Pell City, AL wrote:

Always helpful, takes time to answer questions, wonderful center with education building including topical seminars and special activities. Carries lots of common and unusual plants for our area. First place I recommend for a newcomer or visitor. I check website and plan calendar around Petals programs and Petals is 1hour and half from Pell City. This is a winner!!!

5 stars peony01 On February 15, 2007, peony01 from Prattville, AL wrote:

Wonderful, family run retail nursery specializing in antique roses and native plants that do well in central Alabama. Jason, his wife and his father, will take the time to talk plants with you. They also have interesting seminars during the year conducted by guest professionals. All three are formally educated horticulturalists. The elder is a professor emeritus from Auburn, specializing in citrus fruit trees.

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