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march hours

Monday-Friday: 9-5:30pm Saturday 9-5pm Sunday: CLOSED

From James,

Happy SPRING! 

Wow, what a wild ride we have been through. We have been through one year of the pandemic, the coldest winter that we have seen in years, as well as tornados & a blizzard just a little over a week ago. I am sure everyone is ready for spring and summer. I know I am!It is hard to believe that we are celebrating our 30th year in business. Rhonda and I have been blessed beyond our expectations. We have the best people working with us & the best customers in the world. I sincerely hope that PGH will continue another 30 years. We have thought long & hard about this upcoming spring & have decided not to open on Sundays this Spring like we have in the past. I hope that this will not be an inconvenience for all of you. We are a family owned, seasonal business & the seven day a week schedule is grueling. We are extending our Thursday hours until 7pm starting on April 15th & continue through May. I hope the extended hours on Thursday will give all of you time to do your shopping. We will continue to push these new spring hours on all of our advertising to help remind you. Please add your comments & share this with all of your friends so we can spread the word. As always, thank you so much for your patronage & we can’t wait to see you this spring.

Tips for the Week

Stock up on Fescue & Bluegrass seed. We plan to over-seed later this week.


Begin applying Fertilome Systemic Drench to trees & shrubs to prevent insect damage this year.


Now is a great time to fertilize trees & shrub to give them a pop after this cold winter.


Spray Weed Free Zone to kill any winter weeds in lawns.


Grab Easter Decor before this weekend. We have lots of fun bunnies at the shop!



Giveaway Item of the Week

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Small Vintage White

Garden Decor Rabbit


Plant of the Week:Dianthus

If you're like the rest of our customers, you're DYING to start planting. Well we have some good news for you! There are select plants, such as perennial Dianthus, that can handle the remaining early spring cold snaps that we will have.




Including aqua pots


We have some beautiful tulip and daffodil pots that are absolutely stunning.

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If you have questions, feel free to reply to this email. 

See you soon,


Caitlyn & the Crew


We collect and reuse rain water!

2012: 108,665 gallons

2013: 108,696 gallons

2014: 123,193 gallons

2015: 181,051 gallons

2016: 123,879 gallons

2017: 141,951 gallons

2018: 106,330 gallons

2019: 139,057 gallons

2020: 85,762 gallons

2021: 2,813 gallons