A letter to the local gardening community
A Letter From "Buck"
Dear gardening friends,
Recently, it was announced in a letter that another local Greenhouse has "decided to grow and move with the changes in our local business community". Further, their real estate is for sale although their business is not.
The "changes" they outlined are the closure of their greenhouses for the winter months, not growing annuals this winter or spring and not taking spring orders for annuals.
They also stated that there will be opportunities for their clients to order herbaceous and woody/ ornamental plant material.
What does this mean to our local community?
Plants Unlimited will be ready this winter and spring to help you with all your annual, special orders, or anything we can do as a company to help you. Currently, we already have the greenhouses in place and our suppliers to double our on site selection of annuals that we offer. Our growers are ready to handle any and all special requests that you may have for specific varieties, hanging baskets and more.
We already handle, on site, the largest selection of trees, shrubs and perennials north of Portland in the larger sizes that landscapers and homeowners want. We will increase our selection and have these plants here or order them for you as needed.
Other changes we will implement this fall and winter? Hire additional, knowledgeable staff; pick up and delivery of window boxes, planters and hanging baskets; and custom design of planters to fit individual schemes and locations.
For our existing or new Wholesale customers, we'll be keeping longer hours next Spring starting at 7:30 am until 5:00 pm (or longer if needed)
Of course, we'd love to hear your ideas too. We'll keep you posted all winter!
Most important is communication. Plants Unlimited needs to know how we can help you and it's really important to get your requests to us this fall or early winter so we can assemble, grow or price quote your orders. We can. and will help fill this void and make this as seamless a transition as possible.
Let us know how we can help. Feell free to contact me with any questions that might arise.