Owners said only the landscaping service will remain. In its place, Peck's Landing - a new retail and restaurant development. The near acre retail center is in the planning stages right now. The developer, Joe Ahmann, who was also behind The Fountains commercial area across Blairs Ferry, scheduled demolition to begin in fall. Construction is expected soon after.
Green Thumb Nursery
Love going here to look at all the seasonal decor inside store and all the plants. Enjoy the plant specials and the workers don't make feel foolish when I ask plant questions. I've never shopped for garden supplies anywhere else. I can go to Greenthumb with a plan but unsure of what to plant until I look around, and I can always rely on the friendly staff for great suggestions. I find the staff to be very knowlegable and great at teaching me about new plants. Read more. Summertime is always busy, and the plants always are blooming.
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He was Bergquist died Tuesday in his sleep, according to family friend Mary Peterson, executive director of the Canoga Park Business Improvement Association, which Bergquist helped organize. Peterson recalled an incident in the Green Thumb parking lot about two years ago that she said showed how full of life Bergquist was even in his late 80s. Growing up in Nebraska, he later told friends, he raised poppies as a child — a passion they believe inspired him to start his own nursery business. In recent years, Peterson said, Bergquist suffered from a congestive heart condition and had been moved to a hospice just days before his death.