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    Nurseries Plants & Trees in Old Orchard Beach


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    Business Listing   Cascade Garden Center - Old Orchard Beach, ME - Phone: (207) 934-9004


    Business Listing   Electric Sun Garden Co. - Old Orchard Beach, ME - Phone: (207) 934-4275


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    Helpful Definition for: Nurseries Plants & Trees


    Nurseries are places where plants are grown and sold to various sections of customers. There are different types of nurseries in Old Orchard Beach, which include retail nurseries, wholesale nurseries and private nurseries.  Retail nurseries sell plants and plant products to the general public. Wholesale nurseries sell only to businesses, such as other nurseries and to commercial gardeners. Private nurseries, on the other hand, only supply to private estates and institutions in Old Orchard Beach. Greenhouses are used for nurturing the plants and promoting optimum growth conditions. A business swells more in autumn and spring, when growth of plants is abundant. A large variety of floral, ornamental, medicinal plants, shrubs, flowers, trees are found in city nurseries, along with other plant products like saplings, seeds, chemicals, etc.

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