A pumpkin patch that offers harvest fun for everyone
Glenwood Springs, Colorado CO
We are a full-service garden center, and this year, a family-friendly pumpkin patch, too.
Our mission is to help every gardener on any budget be successful. From selection of seeds to proper watering and fertilizing, we know the tips and tricks that will help a gardener of any skill level raise a beautiful and bountiful harvest.
Now, this fall, we are offering Niemann’s Pumpkin Patch – wholesome, harvest-time fun for everyone.
You know the benefits, both financial and physical you reap from getting out there in the dirt and raising your own sensational flowers and tasty fruits and vegetables. What’s stopping you? Often it’s the big question, “Where do I start?”
Our expert knowledge and dedication to customer service really sets us apart from our competition. We can get you started with the right tools and information, so that every growing season is better than the last. With our help, you will taste the fruits of your labors in record time … and that fruit will be so delicious.
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There’s never been a better time to be in the gardening business. The difficult economy has reminded so many people the good “cents” it makes to grow your own food. When groceries are getting expensive, especially the fresh produce you know your body needs for peak health and performance, most people would rather pick organic from their own backyard than purchase it at steep prices.
We have stayed competitive in this harsh economic climate by offering amazing service to our customers. We go far beyond selling the basic necessities. Instead we make customers our friends. We take time to understand their needs and find great solutions. Our classes on various how-to-do gardening topics, consulting services and special orders point to the fact that our customers are number one, and we never forget that.
We look for people who are as passionate as we are about loving people and loving plants. It’s not enough to have marketing and retail experience, or a green thumb and extensive knowledge. Our employees are committed to our mission of creating great gardens and successful gardeners.
Often they start as loyal customers who enjoy the atmosphere of Niemann’s Gardens so much that they come back asking if we are hiring. We have fun at Niemann’s Gardens, and it’s important to us that our employees do, too.
Picture this: a crisp autumn day, sweater weather. You’re enjoying a hot cup of cider while your rosy-cheeked children munch caramel apples and popcorn, searching for the roundest, loveliest, orange Goliath of a pumpkin. You’ve shared laughter as they climbed the Straw Mountain, dug coins in Copper Mine, mastered the Straw Maze, tossed balls through the pumpkin’s mouth and more.
What’s that you say? There’s no place in our area for such an experience for families? That’s why our plan for growth includes Niemann’s Pumpkin Patch, harvest fun for everyone. Come see us on the weekends beginning in late September and October to jump into fall like a big leaf pile. Groups, such as churches, schools and scouts can schedule time during the week.
We love our work. We really do.
We love the beauty and variety of plants – how majestic is all creation. We love the delight in our customers’ faces as they explore our nursery or return to tell us about their gardening success. We love that our business is nestled in the mountains in one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
Many people tell us that visiting Niemann’s Gardens is a mood booster. We love that we are responsible for a place that adds smiles and joy to our customer’s lives.
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