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Terri D.
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Report | a year ago
Very helpful...went out of their way to be helpful
Joseph H.
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Report | a year ago
The lady was very nice and helpful.
Mary J.
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Report | a year ago
The clerk at the store was very knowledgeable about the plants I was interested in and helpful in general.
Angela
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Report | a year ago
The owner was more than generous and helpful :)
deborah h.
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Report | a year ago
personable helpful staff
Mary Ellen .
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Report | a year ago
Great service
Carol K.
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Report | a year ago
They are a wonderful operation, beautiful and healthy flowers, etc and a wonderful Nursery in the middle of the City. Love them
Catherine P.
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Report | a year ago
very helpful staff
Joan C.
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Report | a year ago
The staff was courteous and placed the shrubs I bought in my car for me.
Margaret G.
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Report | 2 years ago
They have a beautiful selection and a very helpful staff.
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In 1919, Henry H. Elbers hung up his hat as director of the Buffalo Botanical Gardens to start a new adventure: founding Elbers Landscape Service Nearly a century later, his enterprise still mows lawns and equips gardeners with trowels to comb their hair. The company’s landscaping experts spend their summers enlivening yards with new shrubs and trees, installing burbling fountains, and paving walkways. Their garden center outfits green-thumbed clients with supplies such as mulch, topsoil, and perennials and annuals. During icy winters, the professionals exchange their mowers for plows to evict squatting snowmen from driveways, sprinkle salt over sidewalks, and chip ice from stoops.

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