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Spring has arrived at Westwood Gardens!

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Announcing April Planting Workshops and Educational Gardening Seminars!

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Dreaming of Spring!

We are closed for a short break until we reopen in  April. While we wait for our favorite season we will be planning some new workshops and products offerings to make 2017 our best year ever!

  • Please message us with any ideas you have for us. We appreciate your business and support.
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Fun Workshops forming now!

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A Natural Christmas at Westwood Gardens Christmas Shoppe!

 

Our Christmas Shoppe Opens Friday, Nov. 25th

Open Daily from 12 to 7 pm.

Come see our Fresh Cut Christmas Trees, beautiful Live Potted Trees, or Handmade Wreaths.  Join in one of our Wreath-making workshops and make your own unique Wreath! Call Jodee at 964-2480 for more information and to sign up for Wreath Workshops.

Fall into Fabulous…. Add color and celebrate the season!

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Sweet little scarecrow…

Colorful Pansies and Mums have arrived at the nursery, along with a shipment of Pumpkins and Gourds! Local Haybales and Corn Stalks finish off the look.

We have all you need to give your home a beautiful new fall look. Come see what’s new.

Fall Events

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Today is the 2nd best time to plant a tree..

The best time was 20 years ago! The 2nd best time it today!

Summer Sunny Forest Trees And Green Grass. Nature Wood Sunlight

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It’s Garden Time! Time to plant flowers and VEGGIES!

With the danger of frost behind us now, it’s garden time! The hard part now is deciding what to plant. One thing that we love about gardening is that you can have your flowers and VEGGIES, too! Everyone is doing it now. Mixing it up in their borders and containers…Planting herbs, spinach, strawberries and more, right in with the flowers we love! Gardening has no rules, so plant what you love, and HAVE FUN!

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