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Improve Indoor Living with These Potted Plants

As a family business that values the opportunity to take care of your family, the health and wellbeing of our team, customers, and community is one of our primary concerns at Frisella Landscape Group – today and always. That is why we are paying close attention to this evolving situation and taking the advice of local lawmakers by practicing social distancing and proper hand washing procedures. These are interesting times for everyone. If you have questions about your project and our operating hours, just give us a call. We are here to help.

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A Message From Frisella

As a family business that values the opportunity to take care of your family, the health and wellbeing of our team, customers, and community is one of our primary concerns at Frisella Landscape Group – today and always. That is why we are paying close attention to this evolving situation and taking the advice of local lawmakers by practicing social distancing and proper hand washing procedures. These are interesting times for everyone. If you have questions about your project and our operating hours, just give us a call. We are here to help.

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Our Annuals Pre-Order Catalog is Here!

We’re giving our customers the chance to create a custom annuals order in advance! Click the button below to view our 2020 list of annuals and hanging basket combinations. All orders can be placed by email to Laura.Hill@frisellanursery.com or fax, 636-798-2557. Don’t see a plant you were looking for? Let us know! We may be able to include it in our growing schedule or consider adding it to our offerings in the future.

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Rick’s Picks: Admirable Annuals

Rick started with us last fall and has been making some great improvements to our greenhouse operation and of course, he’s been planting away! We caught up with him to ask him to point out some of his favorite annuals this year.

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Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween from Frisella Nursery! Here’s a look at what some of our team members and/or their children dressed up as this year. Notice, there’s a monarch in the bunch!

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