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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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October 14, 2020

The Top 5 Easiest Herbs To Grow In Your Garden This Fall

You’d be surprised how many fall herbs there are. If you want fresh, tasty herbs in your kitchen, you need to plant them in autumn. To […]
September 29, 2020

Growing Cole Crops for Your Fall Garden

Once the weather cools down, most gardens are harvested and left until spring. However, if you want to continue your garden into the late fall and […]
September 8, 2020

Aeration and Overseeding In The Fall

Fall is the best time to aerate and overseed your lawn. Conditions around Lynchburg are best between September to October when the days are cool and mild creating ideal conditions for seed germination.
August 20, 2020

Reasons to Build an Outdoor Fireplace

With fall and winter around the corner get ahead of the cold and set yourself up for a festive cold season.

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2 years ago
12 Things Landscapers Do In Their Yards Every Fall

Just because the weather is getting cooler doesn’t mean that gardening season is over!

Find out which tasks you need to tackle this time of year.

2 years ago

We’re all ready for Fall temperatures to kick in, but there are still some perks of the warmer temperatures! There is still time for shrub/tree planting and over-seeding!

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