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Garden Centers In El Reno

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Garden Centers

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Business Listing   Arnold-El Reno Monument CO - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-0136

Business Listing   Betty's Flowers & Country Crafts - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-7758

Business Listing   Butts Flower Shop - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-3478

Business Listing   Dolese - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-0226

Business Listing   Duncan Carpet - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 422-3300

Business Listing   El Reno Furniture & Appliances - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-5891

Business Listing   El Reno Sodding Farm Inc - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-0622

Business Listing   El Reno Sodding Farm Inc - Shop - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 422-0622

Business Listing   Every Bloomin' Thing - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-4800

Business Listing   H & S Valve Inc - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-7975

Business Listing   Herberger Farm Service Inc - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-3379

Business Listing   Long's Lawn & Garden - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-1412

Business Listing   Miller Derald & Sons Landscaping - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-4411

Business Listing   Pioneer Painting - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-2226

Business Listing   Ray Slimp & Son Floor Covering - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-2281

Business Listing   Robert's Glass - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-6242

Business Listing   Ross Seed CO - Warehouse and Processing Plant - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-3455

Business Listing   Schweitzer Bob & Son Landscaping - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-9261

Business Listing   Tractor Supply Company TSC - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-2037

Business Listing   Turf Care & Beyond - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-5300

Business Listing   Used To Be New Store - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-0457

Business Listing   Wilds Green Grass Sodding Farm - El Reno, OK - Phone: 1 (405) 262-5534

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Helpful Definition for: Garden Centers

Garden centers in El Reno are retail firms that primarily deal in selling plants and products related to gardens. The items that can be found in these garden centers or nurseries, include annual and perennial flowers, trees, shrubs, roses, container gardens, hanging baskets, houseplants, water gardening, seeds, bulbs, potting mixes, soil amendments, mulch, fertilizers, chemicals, pottery, garden tools, fountains and garden decor.

Many such garden centers in El Reno have departments for wild bird feeding, floral gift, outdoor furniture and barbecue grills, home decor, landscape design, landscaping services and pet supplies.

Greenhouses are commonly part of a garden center. Garden centers in El Reno also employ horticulturists to diagnose problems and make recommendations to gardeners.

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