Spring Has Sprung

The month of April here in the Great Lakes Bay Region has given us a chance to shed our winter layers and greet the emerging spring season. You can never speak too soon in Michigan, but it seems that warmer days are finally in our near future. And what better way to celebrate spring than to begin planning and preparing your garden? Whether you are a natural with a green thumb or you’re new to gardening, the Great Lakes Bay Region has numerous resources to aid you with all of your gardening needs. If you’re looking to expand your knowledge on different gardening topics, Begick Nursery & Garden Center in Bay City is offering a variety of spring seminars throughout the month of April. The company provides the option of downloading the presentations from its website, too, so you’ll have the information readily available. In case you’d like to invest in some equipment for your garden, Maple Hill Nursery in Midland is an authorized dealer for Toro and Echo power tools and equipment. It offers everything you’ll need to begin, develop, and maintain your garden throughout the season. It also carries replacement parts for brands such as Briggs & Stratton, Kohler, and Tecumseh. For a large selection of flowers and veggies, you’ll want to check out Abele Greenhouse in Saginaw. It has a variety of annuals, perennials, vegetables, trees, and shrubs to choose from. Each of these locations has the products and the skilled and knowledgeable staff to help you grow the most successful—and most beautiful—garden in the Great Lakes Bay Region.

The month of April here in the Great Lakes Bay Region has given us a chance to shed our winter layers and greet the emerging spring season. You can never speak too soon in Michigan, but it seems that warmer days are finally in our near future. And what better way to celebrate spring than to begin planning and preparing your garden? Whether you are a natural with a green thumb or you’re new to gardening, the Great Lakes Bay Region has numerous resources to aid you with all of your gardening needs.

If you’re looking to expand your knowledge on different gardening topics, Begick Nursery & Garden Center in Bay City is offering a variety of spring seminars throughout the month of April. The company provides the option of downloading the presentations from its website, too, so you’ll have the information readily available.

In case you’d like to invest in some equipment for your garden, Maple Hill Nursery in Midland is an authorized dealer for Toro and Echo power tools and equipment. It offers everything you’ll need to begin, develop, and maintain your garden throughout the season. It also carries replacement parts for brands such as Briggs & Stratton, Kohler, and Tecumseh.

For a large selection of flowers and veggies, you’ll want to check out Abele Greenhouse in Saginaw. It has a variety of annuals, perennials, vegetables, trees, and shrubs to choose from.

Each of these locations has the products and the skilled and knowledgeable staff to help you grow the most successful—and most beautiful—garden in the Great Lakes Bay Region.

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