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  • Forestwood Farm
    Avoid the long lines at other local grocery stores and head on over to Forestwood Farm, a grocery store gem in Birmingham. Stay healthy on the regular with the produce available here. It's super fresh and can be used with any meal. Do you meet your recommended calcium intake? If not, pick up some dairy products and put yourself on the path to a healthier lifestyle. When you're looking for dinnertime shortcuts, Forestwood Farm provides an eclectic assortment of canned foods to make the most of your time while keeping you nourished. If you are traveling by car, make sure you make use of the nearby parking options during your visit. Fresh food that lasts longer is just asking to be bought. Find it at Birmingham's Forestwood Farm.
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    4101 Coalburg Rd
    Birmingham, AL US
  • Montgomery Curb Market
    Whip up your most delicious creations with ingredients from Montgomery Curb Market in Montgomery. Add some produce to your next dinner plate for a delicious meal jam-packed with vitamins and nutrients. If you're a lover of all things dairy, help yourself to some great products at Montgomery Curb Market for all your protein and calcium needs. Stock up on canned good so you'll always have the ingredients you need to create a delicious meal. This store has the freshest selection of produce. Great for healthy eating! Traveling by car is no problem at all with the fantastic available parking near Montgomery Curb Market. So head on over to Montgomery Curb Market in Montgomery and pick up some fresh produce and other tasty grocery items.
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    1004 Madison Ave
    Montgomery, AL US
  • Mobile Botanical Gardens
    By the Numbers 1974: The year a band of horticulturists founded Mobile Botanical Gardens to preserve the local environment 100: The number of acres filled with cultivated gardens, woodland trails, and longleaf pines 12: The oldest age a visitor can enter the gardens for free without parachuting in past the gate Places to Explore The Longleaf Pine Ecosystem The forest blooms with more than 165 species of plants, including longleaf pines, southern magnolias, and native wildflowers. The Founders’ Fragrance and Texture Garden Benches, a Japanese footbridge, and a small koi pond distinguish this garden, which was designed for the visually impaired. The Millie McConnell Rhododendron Garden Nineteenth-Century architectural artifacts line the brick paths. Hummingbirds and butterflies often buzz about the shrubs and annuals. Seasonal Changes Mobile Botanical Gardens' biggest attractions, the plants and flowers, change with the seasons. Here's what you can expect to see throughout the year: January: Asian magnolia hybrids March: Honeysuckle azaleas April: Roses July: Bananas and other edibles November: Tremendous savings on this year's hottest electronics Things to Learn Here are just a few of the topics covered by Mobile Botanical Gardens' educational programs: Which plants thrive in low-light conditions How to make your own bog garden How to plant a vegetable garden with minimal work and maximum yield Which flowers attract the most hummingbirds
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    5151 Museum Dr.
    Mobile, AL US
  • Tate Farms
    In the early 20th century, Tate Farms was a social hub for sharecroppers, who congregated at farmer John Patterson's general store, blacksmith shop, and gristmill. More than 200 harvests later, John Patterson's grandson, Homer Tate's descendants continue to uphold the farm’s legacy as a community gathering spot. However, instead of waiting for a new batch of horseshoes or gossiping about which neighbor might be a spy for the Kaiser, people now come to pick from 90 varieties of pumpkins on the 70-acre pumpkin patch. Leading visitors across the wider 5,000-acre fields, tour guides not only illuminate the farm’s history but teach visitors rural-agriculture info, including lessons on the role bees play in pollinating pumpkins and cotton. Though the Tate family strives to preserve the past, they have retrofitted the farm with a brand new 14,000-square-foot covered area. Here, visitors sample fresh pumpkin pie made with the farm’s own pumpkins at the Country Café or head to the bakery for fresh pumpkin muffins and cinnamon rolls.
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    8414 Moores Mill Rd.
    Meridianville, AL US
  • Triple J Tree Service
    Looking for dependable handyman service to help you with all those problems around the house? Look no further than Triple J Tree Service in Tuscaloosa. You won't regret how nice your property will look after a professional landscaping by the A+ team at Triple J Tree Service in Tuscaloosa. If you're having trouble tackling those complex household repairs, the handymen at Triple J Tree Service are there to lend a helping hand.
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    14510 Forest Drive
    Tuscaloosa, AL US
  • Nature One Design and Consultation
    Don't hesitate to call Nature One Design and Consultation the next time you need some help around the house in Hoover. When you want your yard to look elegantly designed, you'd be smart to call upon the professionals at Nature One Design and Consultation. For household issues big and small, you can count on the friendly handymen at Nature One Design and Consultation to help you out.
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    407 Shadeswood Drive
    Birmingham, AL US