Holiday Hours

We will be closing for family Christmas vacations Sunday Dec 21 – Tuesday Dec 30. Open again at 8am on Wednesday, Dec 31, and closed on Jan 1st! Merry Christmas ...

Holiday Hours

We will be closing for family Christmas vacations Sunday Dec 21 – Tuesday Dec 30. Open again at 8am on Wednesday, Dec 31, and closed on Jan 1st! Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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We carry sleds!

Flexible Flyers in 2 sizes (54″ & 60″); plastic dishes and plastic torpedos. Don’t get caught in a snow storm without one!

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Onions, Garlic, and Leeks, Oh My!

We still have some onions to plant this winter. “Spring” onions also known as “green” or “scallion” onions are planted now. They come as little bulbs known as “sets”. They are planted and harvested all winter long. We have red, white, and yellow sets. We also have yellow and red onion plants, which will make […]

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Closed Thanksgiving Day

Please join us for “Green Friday” and / or “Small Business Saturday”   We will be closed Thursday, November 27 for Thanksgiving Day. We hope you and yours have a most Happy Thanksgiving. We will be open on Friday, not for Black Friday, but for “Green Friday!” which is a day promoting local, sustainable, and  […]

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Time for Tree Banding!

It’s never too early to start thinking about protecting your trees from the cankerworms this winter. We already have Tanglefoot and all of the other supplies in stock. Many folks did not get their bands up early enough last year and the worms wreaked havoc on the trees. Make sure that your entire neighborhood gets […]

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Gardening

Fresher food is healthier food. And you can’t get any fresher than food from your own back yard. Growing your own food is easy, it doesn’t have to take up a lot of space, and it can save you money. Join Jeff Rieves, Horticulturist & former NC Cooperative Extension agent, for a season long session […]

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