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Dearness Gardens

13501 Old Statesville Road, Huntersville, NC 28078 Directions
Today 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM All Hours
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Report | 8 years ago
Report | 8 years ago
Great selection of plants, shrubs, trees and gardening accessories. My favorite garden center in the Charlotte area.
Report | 9 years ago
Knowledgeable staff, but customer must approach them. Better for large landscape items. Don't expect a wide range of flower choices.....a sampling of the most popular.
Report | 9 years ago
An awesome garden shop with knowledgeable staff
Report | 9 years ago
Dearness Gardens is the favorite nursery of everyone I know. This business is the highest quality and more superior that any similar business in the Charlotte Metro area.
Report | 9 years ago
Going to Dearness Gardens is not like shopping at an ordinary nursery, it is like visiting a botanical garden, a pleasure to visit on an afternoon!
Report | 9 years ago
Love Dearness Gardens. I hope that they will offer another Groupon.
Report | 9 years ago
Impressive variety of decorative items for sale, not just plants. I could have spent hours roaming the grounds!
Report | 9 years ago
Great selection, helpful staff.
Report | 9 years ago
Enjoyed the experience. My daughter and I went . She bought some orchid food and a pot for planting.

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