Ritters Nursery: Mother’s Day

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 We went to Ritters Nursery today.

We finally got to meet the ever energetic Cathye Bordwell. She has been a fantastic supporter of the Spokane Grapevine since we started the page less than a year ago. The store was buzzing with activity. It was so refreshing to see dollars being spent right here in our local economy. It couldn’t be for a more deserving company as well. Ritters is a family owned and operated business. The selection is quite amazing and there is so many different kinds of garden and decor items that the hour we were there didn’t even touch the surface. I would recommend you visit Ritters if you are starting to get that spring itch. They most definitely have the remedy.I am keeping this short and to the point for a reason. My wife recently did a post in her blog, My Take On Life, about Ritters and I have copied it to the bottom of the page. Enjoy the read and the links in her post will take you to Ritters Fan Page on Facebook. Enjoy!

May 2nd 2011 From My Take On Life

Today I spent a leisurely morning at Ritter’s Nursery.  I worked hard yesterday getting my garden beds turned and ready to plant.
So, I rewarded myself with all the eye candy at Ritter’s.
 OK, I came home with a car full of plants as well…
It was so refreshing and inspiring to see all the beautiful blooms, hanging baskets.  They had a lot of vegetable starts, but I was told that not everything was out yet.
The staff was cheerful and ready to help.
It was a beehive of activity, getting ready for spring.

Ritter’ Nursery

Ta Ta For Now

Monte Tareski