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It's fun to visit a retail plant shop. Whether you're shopping for garden vegetables or trying to find great flowers from a nursery, plant stores carry all types. Some retail plants are best purchased as seeds. Others can be found in bulbs or root balls. The tricky part is sorting through all the botanical and horticultural terminology. You need to know the difference between a shrub and a tree. You need to know how to care for a tropical flower. If you are going to add a garden or nursery to your house landscape, there is a challenging new lexicon to learn. Before you embark on a gardening journey, consider these five popular retail plant terms.

  • Raised Bed - Type of outdoor garden that uses rows of turned dirt mounds for planting seeds. With the right soil, raised beds can be the perfect location to plant exotic flowers or vegetables.
  • Brush Mat - Plastic mat placed around newly planted trees and shrubs that protects the sapling from stiff wind, animals and intrusive weeds.
  • Organic Gardening - A gardening process that uses natural substances for pest control instead of pesticides. Pesticide sprays can be hazardous to human health. Organically grown vegetables tend to be healthier.
  • Perennial Polyculture - Edible forest gardens that produce food year round. The newest movement in home gardening touts the benefits of perennial food producing plants.
  • Slug Tray - A popular form of organic pest control. Live slugs can wreck havoc in a vegetable garden. Slug trays are small, plastic trays that are filled with small quantities of beer. The beer attracts and ultimately drowns the slugs. It is a very effective way to control slug invasion without pesticides.
    Northern Lights Tree Farms
    Dublin, OH 43017
    If you're not sure which plants are best for your yard, just ask the experts at our local Illinois area plants retailers. Offering the service and products you need to complete your landscaping or gardening.
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    Business Foliage of Central Il
    2381 Warwick Dr, Decatur, IL 62521
    (217) 429-2447
    Mini Earth Greenhouses
    22525 W Peterson Rd, Grayslake, IL 60030
    (847) 223-7282
    Libertyville Florist
    1348 S Milwaukee Ave, Libertyville, IL 60048
    (847) 816-6900
    Williams Hydro Plants
    311 E 79th St, Chicago, IL 60619
    (773) 651-3426
    Hibbard Rd Gardens Nursery
    62 Hibbard Rd, Winnetka, IL 60093
    (847) 446-5525
    Branch The Inc
    300 Skokie Valley Rd, Highland Park, IL 60035
    (847) 831-9580
    Hacker's Glenbard Gardens
    640 N Columbine Ave, Lombard, IL 60148
    (630) 495-4220
    Instant Jungle
    6915 N Alpine Rd, Loves Park, IL 61111
    (815) 877-5855
    Farmers Market
    2001 Wabash Ave, Springfield, IL 62704
    (217) 787-1061
    Green Inc
    1718 N Wells St, Chicago, IL 60614
    (312) 266-2806
    Meinke Garden Ctr Inc
    5803 W Touhy Ave, Niles, IL 60714
    (847) 647-9455
    Mr G's Greenhouse & Floral Shop
    13n080 Romke Rd, Hampshire, IL 60140
    (847) 683-3031
    Green View Nursery Inc
    1813 Industrial Park Dr, Normal, IL 61761
    (309) 452-9402
    Greenland House & Garden Shops
    1415 S Lily Lake Rd, Mchenry, IL 60051
    (815) 385-9095
    Strawberry Plant Boutique
    113 W Washington St, Morris, IL 60450
    (815) 942-6682

    Retail garden stores often sell a variety of indoor and outdoor plants. Many of them also sell agriculture and gardening supplies such as landscape lights, propagation tills, sod, and greenhouses for tropical plants. There are probably several nursery and greenhouse retailers in your area. You can easily contact them to learn some information about the different types of decorative shrubbery, houseplants, flowers, and vegetation that they sell. Many garden and nursery suppliers have online catalogs that will make it easier for you to compare their products and prices. You may find that some of the stores focus on certain types of shrubbery, foliage, and flowers. Florists, for example, might have some houseplants for sale, but they usually focus on decorative cut flowers. Some landscape suppliers will also have more plant growing tools than others. These are usually good sources of sod, pesticides, and plant food. Before you decide to purchase flowers, plants, or garden supplies from a store, you should search the internet for consumer forums where other people in your area have reviewed the merchandiser. This is an easy way to learn more about the foliage quality that the nurseries offer. You could find that consumers have consistently had negative experiences growing plants that come from certain shops. Knowing this will help you avoid stores that do a poor job. You can also search for specific types of plant retailers to learn more about the florists, nurseries, and tropical plant dealers that serve your community. Knowing your options will help you find a source that serves your needs best.
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