The planting of great ideas at Bison Nursery

Bison Nursery 093The first thing that struck me about walking into Bison Nursery, 9000 Main Street, is that it feels like you’re in a beautiful, private garden – not an active garden center. There are serene cobblestone and paved walkways, benches, trellises throughout the facility, making it feel as if you’re strolling through a park. Add in all the varieties of plants, trees and flowers and it’s a delightful way (unlike the experience at big box retailers) to get inspired, plan a garden or get landscape ideas for your home.Bison Nursery 016

Bison Nursery is a family-owned, full-service garden center with over 30 years of experience. During my recent pop-in visit, Bison Nursery president Mike  Petroci was seemingly in every area of the nursery, helping fill deliveries, assisting customers and more. Talk about a “hands on” owner.  Hats off to their friendly staff too!

Bison Nursery 090Bison Nursery’s 3+ acre location offers a tremendous selection of plants and trees, mulch and topsoil pickup, supplies, a design center and fully built outdoor living spaces.  They also feature items to make “Fairy Gardens,” which is a fun, current trend in gardening.

Looking at the design and the aesthetics, you can tell that Bison Nursery takes pride in their location which is translated to the products and services they offer. The place looks wonderful and is a nice asset to Main Street in Clarence. Visit their website and view their past projects – pretty cool stuff

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