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Old 04-27-2013, 05:34 AM
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I visited yesterday!

Goney's Nursery and Landscaping
619 CR 446
Lady Lake
(352) 753-7007

Next to Village Orchids.

They have been open one month. Very nice plants and good prices. Lots of lanai type plants too- great rex begonias, staghorn ferns among others.
Everything was immaculate and every plant in pristine shape.

I hope they do very well!

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I visited yesterday!

Goney's Nursery and Landscaping
619 CR 446
Lady Lake
(352) 753-7007

Next to Village Orchids.

They have been open one month. Very nice plants and good prices. Lots of lanai type plants too- great rex begonias, staghorn ferns among others.
Everything was immaculate and every plant in pristine shape.

I hope they do very well!
Is that 466 0r 446?
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Old 04-27-2013, 05:44 AM
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U think they have good prices?
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Old 04-27-2013, 09:11 AM
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Since we've never heard of CR 446, we Googled Goney's Nursery and Landscaping. Since the phone number is the same, this may be their published address.

38120 Arlington Ave.
Lady Lake, FL 32159
(352) 205-7377
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They are located on 466 across from Village Palms. They do have beautiful inventory, but the palm tree prices I was quoted were very high - starting at $400 and up. Looks like the other plants are priced competitively and the quality and selection is excellent.
Wish them luck - always good to have competition in a free market.
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Old 04-27-2013, 11:00 AM
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Thanks gomoho! My typing was off this morning.

I did not price the palms.... the only thing I didn't look at, as they were attending to them at the time and I stayed out of the way.
I have my palms already anyway. No room left at our house!

I will go back soon. Saw some things I really liked!!!
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Old 04-27-2013, 02:29 PM
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They have a new location on 466 across from Village Palms. Their prices are a little higher than Home Dept and Lowes but the quality is superior. They also have many unusual plants. I bought a great Pitcher plant in a hanging basket and it is soooo unique. Luv it.
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Love those pitcher plants - where are you hanging it - inside or out? I have my eye on a staghorn that I would like to put in my new Ribbon Palm coming on Monday. I LOVE unusual stuff and backyard landscapes that can have some whimsy! Finally beginning my backyard plan and can't wait to see my design come to life.

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Old 04-27-2013, 02:57 PM
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Love those pitcher plants - where are you hanging it - inside or out? I have my eye on a staghorn that I would like to put in my new Ribbon Palm coming on Monday. I LOVE unusual stuff and backyard landscapes that can have some whimsy! Finally beginning my backyard plan and can't wait to see my design come to life.
We have a villa and the plant is on a shepards hook between the porch and fence. It gets early morning sun only. It likes lots of light but too much direct light will sunburn the leaves. I have had it ever since they first opened and it is putting on lots of new leaves so I think it is happy in it's new home. A lanai would be a good spot. We had staghorns ferns before and they are a fun plant. Good luck with yours.
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I am not familiar with a pitcher plant. Will you please describe it.
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