NJ Nurseries, Garden Centers Part of Post-Sandy Rebuilding Effort

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Admiring the flowers at Brock Farms in Freehold during a kickoff of the New Jersey growing season are, from left, State Agriculture Secretary Douglas H. Fisher, Ed Brock of Brock Farms, Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini, Monmouth County freeholders Serena DiMaso and John Curley, Freehold Mayor Barbara McMorrow and Dominick Mondi of the New Jersey Nursery and Landscape Association (NJNLA).

Published on April 12, 2013 with No Comments

New Jersey Secretary of Agri­culture Douglas H. Fisher this week kicked off the spring planting season by urging residents and businesses to patronize the state’s nurseries and garden centers.

Fisher visited Brock Farms Home and Garden World in Freehold which is a long-time supporter of the state Department of Agriculture’s

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