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What You Should Know Before You Decide Where to Shop

We understand that you have many different options for purchasing plants and gardening products. We are proud to be part of an entire industry of plant producers who provide home gardeners and plant enthusiasts with the beautiful plants that fill their homes and gardens. The more we talk to our customers, the more we realize

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Sustainability Efforts at Garden Crossings

At Garden Crossings, we are in the business of helping people beautify their world with flowers and plants. We’re part of what’s known as the “green industry” which is made up of growers and garden centers that produce and sell live plants. But there’s another reason we are so “green”—our sustainable way of doing business.

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Grasman Family

Go Inside Garden Crossings

Running a garden center is challenging but definitely has its benefits. In this blog, we’re going inside Garden Crossings to see how this family business works on the daily, which plants members of the staff enjoy the most, and looking at this season’s ups and downs. I interviewed owner Heidi Grasman and a few members

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Garden Crossings Garden Center

What’s New at Garden Crossings?

There is never a dull moment here at Garden Crossings! We work year-round to improve and expand our business, search for new plants and products we think our customers will love, and assemble a five star team of people to make it all happen. Here are a few highlights of what’s new this season. New

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We Built a Butterfly House!

Here in West Michigan, the “Butterflies are Blooming” event at our local botanical garden is one of the biggest attractions every year in late winter. So, we thought, why not build a butterfly house right here at Garden Crossings? We love watching butterflies and grow many of the nectar and host plants they need, so

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What Happens at the Greenhouse in the Winter?

What Do We Do in the Winter? This time of year, not too much is happening in our gardens outside, but what about in the greenhouse? While the gardening season may be over for now, our team at Garden Crossings is still hard at work. Though our work week has come back down to a

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Rod and Heidi in new greenhouse

We’re Growing…AGAIN!

Who says winter is a time of rest for gardeners? We are hard at work behind the scenes during these cold and snowy months to create the best possible experience for our customers in 2020. Greenhouse Expansion About a year ago, we told you about the new 13,000 square feet of growing, staging and shipping

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We’re Growing!

Rod and Heidi in new greenhouseWinter is no time for vacation when you own greenhouses. The Garden Crossings team is hard at work this winter building more space to grow, stage and ship plants for spring. Check out their progress!

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Meet Our New Blogger: Susan Martin

Susan Martin - -Garden Writer/BloggerGet ready for an amazing year of gardening blogs! This year, our friend and colleague Susan Martin will be sharing all sorts of tips, ideas and inspiration with you each month. She’ll be sure to cover many of our most frequently asked questions on the blog and offer easy solutions for you to follow. We’ll announce her new posts in our emails and on our social channels, so you won’t miss a single one. Let’s get started by having Susan introduce herself to you.

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Save the Monarch

Creating a Habitat For The Monarchs

Asclepias MilkweedThere has been alot of talk over the past few years about the decline of habitat for the Monarch Butterfly thus resulting in fewer and fewer Monarch butterflies. As a gardener myself, and if you are reading this you probably are also, let’s do our part by creating our own Monarch habitat in our garden spaces.

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Do It Yourself Butterfly Feeders…

For The Crafty Gardener!

Do it Yourself Butterfly FeederDo you consider yourself crafty? Do you like little garden accessories in your flower beds? I sure do! Recently we held a Pinterest Party in which we made Butterfly feeders for our garden and landscapes. If you are even just a little bit crafty, this project is for you.

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Beautiful Baskets After Dark

Lighted Hanging Baskets

Lighted hanging BasketsHave you ever considered enjoying the beauty of your hanging baskets once it gets dark? Are you the type of person who forgets to water? If either of these sound like you, I want have just the solution! I would like to introduce to you the “i3 Planters”, to light up your night life and take the pain out of watering!

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