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Greenheart Farms is celebrating their 30th anniversary this year and invites everyone to share in the celebration.

Lawn & Landscape | March 3, 2010

Arroyo Grande, Calif.  - Greenheart Farms is celebrating their 30th anniversary this year and invites everyone to share in the celebration. Greenheart  has served 30  years as a United States rose, cyclamen and vegetable plug producer. With two facilities in California and another in the Southwest Desert, Greenheart ranks as one of the largest in the nation and offers grower customers an ever-expanding list of agriculture, horticulture and reclamation products.

"Greenheart has grown tremendously over the past 30 years, " say Bill De Vor, General Manager for Greenheart Farms. "Greenheart's success is a tribute to our teams hard work and diverse knowledge within our industry. Our team is looking forward to the next 30 years."

Make sure to visit Greenheart Farms during California Spring Trials in Arroyo Grande, Calif. to help celebrate this milestone event , April 11- April 15, 2010. For additional information about products available from Greenheart Farms or to request a catalog, visit www.greenheartfarms.com or call 800 549-5531.
 

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