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October 4, 2013

T-Bones nursery expands products, services

MILLEDGEVILLE — T-Bones nursery, the largest selection of plants in Milledgeville and Baldwin County, has expanded its offerings to include state-of-the-art irrigation systems and unique glazed pottery. 

When nursery owner Tom Drew states that the nursery has the largest selection of plants in the area, he’s not exaggerating. 

“We bring in just about every type of plant you can think of from 100 to 150 miles away and house them in our nursery for a bigger and wider selection to choose from,” said Drew. 

To accompany selections from T-Bones, the nursery also offers a collection of glazed pottery, which comes from Vietnam, China and Malaysia. 

“They are one of kind pieces that will give your garden an exotic look,” said Drew. 

The nursery is also the only distributor in Middle Georgia of Hunter and Rainbird irrigation systems. Hunter and Rainbird are the leading manufacturers in sprinklers and irrigation systems. 

For home owners looking for water features to transform their outdoor living space, T-Bones also offers Aquascape products as well. Adding Aquascape products to the selection was a decision made based on the increasing trend to add features such as waterfalls and water fountains to gardens.

“Waterscaping your landscape has become popular over the years, but sometimes you have to travel far to find a company that supplies water features,” said Drew. 

T-Bones nursery is located at 327 Meriwether Road NW and is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Along with the new features, the nursery still offers custom landscape plans, landscape consultations, landscape installations, and, landscape maintenance. 

For further information call 478-968-0002.

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