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FALL IS FOR PLANTING !

Fall IS for planting!  This is a great time to get those new plants started in your landscape!  They can get their roots acclimated and growing in their new home now, so that they will be ready to “bloom & grow” in the spring!  Enjoy 30% OFF our in-stock TREES, SHRUBS & PERENNIALS…right now!

It's Here!!!

We are pleased to announce our new Customer Loyalty Rewards Program.  We will ask if you would like to be a part of the program.  There are no cards to keep track of, or anything else required on your part.  Just remind us when you come in that you are signed up for the program, in case we forget to ask.  Our system will tally your rewards points for you…1 point for each dollar spent.  Sale items and wine purchases are not included.  Your points will add up until you are able to apply them to a purchase ( 1.e. 200 points = $10).  There will be bonus points offered from time to time, birthday points, and more.  Stay tuned, and be sure to join the next time you are here!

Concrete Statuary

People often ask if they can keep concrete pieces outside in the winter.  The answer is yes, in many cases.  If it is a small piece that you can move into the garage or other spot, you might want to do that just as an added precaution.  Sealing the piece gives extra protection.  The concrete’s worst enemy is freeze and thaw.  If there is an area that might collect snow or water that could freeze and later cause a crack, you might want to consider covering the piece if you are unable to move it inside.  Turning over a pot is helpful.  More questions?  Just ask!

Here’s another Grinch trivia question this one is a little harder than yesterdays question on the Grinch. What is the most likely reason the Grinch hated Christmas? When you stop at our store today we will have the answer for you ?
Ok go for it diehard Christmas fans figure it out.
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Here’s another Grinch trivia question this one is a little harder than yesterdays  question on the Grinch. What is the most likely reason the Grinch hated Christmas? When you stop at our store today we will have the answer for you ? 
Ok go for it diehard Christmas fans figure it out.

 

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The mostly likely reason of all, was Because his heart was two sizes too small

Because when he was a small child in school he made a present for a girl he liked and the kids made fun of him and the gift.

It could be that his shoes were on too tight, it could be that his head wasn't screwed on right. But the real answer is that his heart was two sizes too small

He was BALD!!

Because his heart was 2 sizes to small

He was alone as a child on Christmas and thought no one cared about him

His heart was too small❤️

Because christmas was happy and cheerful, and he got made fun of when he was a small child

His heart was two sizes to small

His heart was too small ..didn’t like happy Christmas

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The Grinch is at FEASEL’S .
Since Christmas is right around the corner I thought I would challenge your holiday memories a bit. Grinch trivia question who remembers what his dogs name is ?
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The Grinch is at FEASEL’S . 
Since Christmas is right around the corner I thought I would  challenge your holiday memories a bit. Grinch trivia question who remembers what his dogs name is ?

 

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MAX!!!!

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Are you selling him in the shop?

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Max! My fav part of the grinch!

Max!

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Chuck and he’s bald!!!

Max, 😊

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