J&J Produce moves to Urban Growers Greenhouse

J.J. Produce urban growers

Through the years, Urban Growers Greenhouse developed a reputation for offering a variety of high quality, locally grown plants to its customers. Soon, the same could be said about produce.

This spring, long-time local-favorite J&J Produce moves to Urban Growers Greenhouse to offer customers the same fresh, premium, Amish-grown fruits and vegetables that they bought over the years at J&J Produce’s roadside stand just south of Urban Growers Greenhouse’s location on Claridon Troy Road in Burton, Ohio.

Merging the two businesses is a perfect solution for both businesses’ customers because it allows them to beautify their homes by not only selecting from the terrific annuals, perennials, shrubs, trees and hanging baskets from Urban Growers Greenhouse to plant and hang around them but also by filling them with the wonderful aroma fresh produce from J&J Produce gives when making their favorite meals.

And, with J&J Produce now open on Sunday, customers can stop in any day of the week.

Depending on the weather, customers can start shopping at Urban Growers Greenhouse the last week of April to search through the thousands of plants it will offer as well as the fantastic selection of produce that will be available, including juicy, red strawberries, until the end of October, when it features pumpkins and decorative cornhusks to place around customers’ homes.

Since Urban Growers Greenhouse opened in 1999, its goal has been to carry on the traditions that were passed down on the farm property that has been in the Urbanowicz family for generations, where Urban Growers Greenhouse resides. After taking a stroll through its greenhouse, customers will realize that not only does it grow plants, but it pampers them too.

Be sure to check its website, along with its page on Facebook and its Twitter account, through the weeks as it features its current savings and specials and provide customers with information about available seasonal fruits and vegetables through the growing season.