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    Garden Centers in New Castle

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    Business Listing   Castle Sands CO - New Castle, VA - Phone: (540) 864-5111

    Business Listing   Helms Auto Parts - New Castle, VA - Phone: (540) 864-5722

    Business Listing   Meadow Creek Wood Shop - New Castle, VA - Phone: (540) 864-5666

    Business Listing   Secret Garden - New Castle, VA - Phone: (540) 864-6557

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    Helpful Definition for: Garden Centers

    Garden centers in New Castle 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 New Castle 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 New Castle also employ horticulturists to diagnose problems and make recommendations to gardeners.

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