Spring Meadow Nursery joins American Beauties program

September 2009
Garden Center Magazine;Sep2009, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p6
The article reports on the partnership between Spring Meadow Nursery and American Beauties Native Plants whereby Spring Meadow became a partner supplier of the latter in offering native shrubs nationwide. Jeremy Deppe, general manager of Spring Meadow, says the demand for native plants is rising as gardeners and homeowners in the U.S. attempt to create an environment that will attract wildlife.


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