Holley Farm & Garden

Holley Farm & Garden

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(334) 872-9602

1601 Water Avenue

Selma
,
AL
36703

Holley Farm & Garden is a business providing services in the field of Nurseries Plants & Trees. Holley Farm & Garden is located in Selma, AL on 1601 Water Avenue.

Holley Farm & Garden telephone number is (334) 872-9602.

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Helpful Tip for: Nurseries Plants & Trees


Nurseries- Plants and Trees, in Selma, refer to the places where plants are propagated and grown to usable size. Different varieties of plants, flowers, trees, shrubs, saplings, seedlings are stocked for conservation or commercial sale in nurseries.


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