Konjoians's Greenhouses Reopen

Konjoian's Greenhouses to Reopen May 3

West Andover Fixture Returns, Offering Wide Selection of Plants and Expert Advice
So Both “Green Thumbs” and Weekend Gardeners Can Create the Landscapes of Their Dreams

Andover, Massachusetts—April 22, 2014—Konjoian’s Greenhouses & Landscape Solutions today announced that its retail greenhouses, located at 221 Chandler Road in Andover, will open for business Saturday, May 3.

As local gardeners know, Konjoian’s Greenhouses has been a West Andover fixture for 54 years. Residents and shoppers from neighboring towns alike flock to the greenhouses every spring for the prolific petunias, lantanas, impatiens and other locally grown and specialty plants.

In 2012 the retail business closed briefly due to family members’ retirements. It is currently operated by Michael Konjoian, who worked alongside his parents and brothers as a child and went on to study horticulture at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

“It’s wonderful to be back in full swing and looking forward to opening the greenhouses up to the public,” said Konjoian. “While we are especially known for our beautiful and prize-winning hanging baskets, visitors will see that we also offer vegetables, herbs and a variety of annuals. Perennials, shrubs and trees can be special ordered. In short, we provide a wide selection of plants well-suited for our sometimes challenging New England climate.”

The retail hours are 9 AM to 5 PM every day . The greenhouses are conveniently located approximately a mile and a half from Route 495 and Route 93.

About Konjoian’s Greenhouses & Landscape Solutions

Konjoian’s Greenhouses and Landscape Solutions supports every phase of gardening, landscape design, installation, and maintenance. For more information, see www.konjoiansgreenhouses.com or visit Konjoian’s Greenhouses & Landscape Solutions’ Facebook page. To arrange a consultation, call Michael Konjoian at 978-375-9303 or email him at konjoiansghls@gmail.com.


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