Everyone should let themselves splurge on a few plants to liven up their home or yard.
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A little green goes a long way. Sure, you could stop by any large chain store that carries home and garden supplies for a quick spruce up. But there’s something refreshing about supporting local growers.
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Dayton has plenty of beautiful greenhouses and nurseries for any of your beautification needs. Here are a few of our favorite springtime garden stops.
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🌵Furst the Florist
LOCATION: 1306 Troy St., Dayton
Pegged as “Dayton’s oldest florist with the newest ideas,” Furst the Florist is celebrating their 111th year as a family owned business in the Miami Valley. The family-owned florist also features beautiful arrangements.
🌵North Dayton Garden Center & Nursery
LOCATION: 1309 Brandt Pike, Dayton
Even on these early spring days that can still be chilly, North Dayton Garden Center is the perfect stop to shed your jacket and peruse row after row of their specialty plants. Their experienced staff is always quick to answer any questions about plant care and growing advice.
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🌵Knollwood Garden Center
LOCATION: 3766 Dayton Xenia Rd., Beavercreek
Whether you’re new to caring for plants or an experienced pro with dirt under your nails— Knollwood Garden Center is bound to have exactly what you’re looking for. The center even hosts frequent seminars and events for their most enthusiastic customers.
Photo: Knollwood Garden Center
LOCATION: 1029 Kercher St., Miamisburg
Opened in 1935, Kitch has been busy keeping homes “homey” for quite a while. The greenhouse specializes in hanging baskets and potted plants. (Editor’s Note: Kitch does not open until April 15, and will close on July 31.)