RIP – Springvale Bible Hill!
Dear Friends and Clients,
Our Bible Hill Garden Center is Now Closed… permanently!
Unfortunately, the economic climate has not supported our ability to continue operating Springvale Nurseries, Bible Hill Garden Center and we have been forced to close this location.
To all those who supported our growth during this period and to our wonderful staff we say thank you so much and farewell. We believe we made a great effort to build a Quality, season long Garden Center for the Truro area however, competition from the chain store markets in the area has left us unable to continue.
This is a damn shame because Springvale Bible Hill Garden Center was the only local outlet focusing primarily on plants grown right on our own farms and greenhouses and hardy to the region.
How ever, if you have come to trust our great Springvale products and hardy maritime grown stock…..
Do not despair!
We offer two other great locations to serve you!
Springvale Nurseries Hammond’s Plains is less than an hour away. Check out the Hammonds Plain Garden Center page for more information
Springvale Nurseries Berwick location is the “MotherShip”. Here we grow 75 acres of trees and 5 acres of container stock. Springvale Nurseries Berwick Garden Center is fast becoming one of Nova Scotia’s preferred destinations for gardening enthusiasts. Where else can you go to find this quantity and our great Springvale quality plants grown in Maritime Conditions for Maritime Gardeners?
Don’t be fooled by all the imported nursery stock. It may look great at the start of the season but some of it originates in climates much warmer than ours and frankly, much of it won’t tolerate our harsh climates.
Springvale plants like it here because the have started here and grown here, and most have lived through at least one, if not more Maritime winters.
Make the trip to either the Hammonds Plains or our Berwick location and find the “Motherlode” of locally grown nursery stock.
Buy Local – It Matters!!
With sincere gratitude for your patronage!
Paul Grimm, President