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June 20, 2014 Published in Business, Other News

Greenstreet Gardens Acquires Third Retail Location

Greenstreet Growers, Inc. has announced that they have recently acquired Eclectic Nature Gift and Garden Center in Alexandria, Virginia, making it their third local garden center. This comes two years after the Greenstreet family purchased The Apple House in Alexandria.

Located in the middle of the quaint neighborhood of Del Ray, Eclectic Nature Gift and Garden center features a selection of annuals, perennials, and whimsical garden art. The shop has been family-owned and a community favorite for over ten years. The location will be renamed Greenstreet Gardens of Del Ray, but will retain the same character it has maintained since it first opened.

“We fell in love with the location for all the same reasons that the locals love shopping there,” says Ray Greenstreet, owner of Greenstreet Growers, Inc. “We know that it’s part of the fabric of the neighborhood and we have no intention of changing that. But with our location just down the road, we will have the ability to deliver a much wider selection of fresh annuals, perennials and seasonal flowers daily.”

Greenstreet Gardens of Del Ray will offer a large selection of plants that are locally grown by Greenstreet Growers farm in Lothian, Maryland. The store will also be introducing a variety of houseplants and gardening solutions such as organic gardening supplies, GMO-free seeds, and innovative gardening tools. Events, seminars, and workshops are also being planned for later in the summer.


Greenstreet Gardens of Del Ray is located at 1503 Mt. Vernon Avenue in Alexandria. Greenstreet Growers was founded in Lothian, MD in 2000 as a family-owned grower of cuttings, flowers, and plants. Greenstreet Gardens is also one of the country’s premier retailer and growing garden centers. The Maryland location is located at 391 West Bay Front Road in Lothian, and the second location, which opened in spring of 2012, is at 1721 West Braddock Road in Alexandria.

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