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Welcome to Rustic View Home & Gardens

Formerly Gary’s Garden Center

Gary’s Garden Center is under new ownership and a new name. Now called Rustic View Home and Gardens, the store is owned and managed by Chris Templeton. Chris also owns CLC Landscaping, a landscaping and lawn care business now operating out of this same location.

With new ownership, service has stayed the same, but Rustic View has added a wider selection of larger trees and shrubs, cleaned up both the interior and exterior of the store and added a new selection of outdoor furniture for customers.

“I feel like you can buy plants anywhere, but we excel in service and the plant knowledge so we can help customers make the right decisions for their home and garden.”

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By phone at (434) 525-7404 or online.

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May 18, 2018

Choosing outdoor furniture

When choosing outdoor furniture for your home, the first thing you need do is to put together a plan. It’s important that you consider even the most trivial details in order to get everything right, from the start.
April 23, 2018
Great Mothers Day Gifts

Creative Last Minute Mothers Day Gifts For the Mom in Your Life

It's hard to give your mom just a gift when she deserves the world but we all know no matter what she receives from us she will love it because it is from us. Come by Rustic View Home and Gardens and we'll help you put together the perfect gift for your amazing mom. 
March 29, 2018
During construction and expansion of homes birds often lose their nesting habitats, shelter, and natural food sources. Because of this a number of native bird species have disappeared or gone extinct due to this type of expansion. You can help by replacing their homes and food sources with these easy steps.

DIY Bird Feeders

During construction and expansion of homes birds often lose their nesting habitats, shelter, and natural food sources. Because of this a number of native bird species have disappeared or gone extinct due to this type of expansion. You can help by replacing their homes and food sources with these easy steps.
March 16, 2018
St Patricks day springtime plants

Going green for St. Patrick’s

It's St. Patrick’s Day once again and this makes for a good time to celebrate the charm of the Emerald Isle by growing some varieties of native Irish plants. Even if your backyard does not have the same Irish blend of moderate sunlight, tender rain, and rich soil, these plants will be happy wherever you plan on growing them.

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Pumpkins, Mums, and Pansies, Oh My! We have all your Fall needs!

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Fall in Lynchburg is great for lawns! Cooler temperatures, more dew and rain, and plenty of sunshine = the perfect time for overseeding! We've got everything you need at the garden center including ... See more