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Our Mission Statement:To provide customers with higher quality products and services in a friendly, family-like atmosphere.
If you have any questions or comments please feel free to stop in to the store or contact us via email/ phone and we will be happy to address all of your needs.
SERVICE DEPT NOTICE
We have finally caught up!!
Thanks for your patience.
We will accept any and all snow blowers
in for service at this time.
We ask that you hold off bringing
in any lawnmowers or tractors for the remainder of this year.
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Happy Spring March 22, 2013
Spring has arrived at The Needham Garden Center. We have received almost all of our spring merchandise and the store is loaded. 4 Step lawn programs are in stock and on sale with available mail in rebates to save even more. Grass seed is in although it's a bit early to put it down. Once the snow is gone it will be time to apply lime or the lime substitute, Magical. Step One crabgrass preventer should be applied in the first two weeks of April. We are happy to go over a season long plan with you for your lawn (ADVICE IS FREE) The top soil, mulches, etc are in but a little frozen at the moment, and the pottery will be coming in the next few weeks. Let's all hope for the warm weather to roll in soon.
First day of Fall September 21, 2012
Tomorrow is the first day of Fall. It's time to start thinking about your upcoming leaf and snow needs. We have the best brands and we setup all leaf blowers and snowblowers for free. We stock handheld, backpack and wheeled leaf blowers from Redmax, Husqvarna and Little Wonder. We stock the full line of Ariens and Toro snowthrowers as well. Stop in and we can help you choose the right machine for the job. Buy a quality machine from us and we'll stand behind it with warranty support, our service department, and our stocked up parts room.
Summer Heat July 13, 2012
We are stocked up with hoses, sprinklers, and all of the adapters and timers you may need to keep your gardens well watered. Don't let your plants die when you go to the cape, set up a timer to water them while your gone. We also keep water wicks in stock for your indoor plants as well. Just put your plant next to a bowl of water and the wick will move water from the bowl to your plant.