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January 2, 2010
Where can you find boutique agaves? Some sources to start, listed in alphabetical order: Cactus and Succulent Society clubs hold sales throughout Southern California. For dates and locations: affiliates.cssainc.org/cssa-affiliate-events.html California Cactus Center in Pasadena, (626) 795-2788, www.cactuscenter.com California Nursery Specialties' Cactus Ranch in Reseda, (818) 894-5694, www.california-cactus-succulents.com Desert Theater Nursery in Escondido (by appointment only)
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HOME & GARDEN
January 2, 2010
Where can you find boutique agaves? Some sources to start, listed in alphabetical order: Cactus and Succulent Society clubs hold sales throughout Southern California. For dates and locations: affiliates.cssainc.org/cssa-affiliate-events.html California Cactus Center in Pasadena, (626) 795-2788, www.cactuscenter.com California Nursery Specialties' Cactus Ranch in Reseda, (818) 894-5694, www.california-cactus-succulents.com Desert Theater Nursery in Escondido (by appointment only)
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BUSINESS
January 30, 1992 | Chris Woodyard / Times staff writer
Most nurseries are located outdoors, which made the plant nursery at a mall in Santa Ana seem a little odd. Apparently, a lot of customers must have thought so, too. Roger's Gardens at the MainPlace/Santa Ana mall is closing as tight as a Venus flytrap in the next few months.
OPINION
December 5, 2002
Re "Where Christmas Is a Growth Business," Dec. 2: Does anyone find it ironic to read about upscale nursery Roger's Gardens being unable to produce its $1,000 Christmas wreaths as fast as the customers buy them for the holiday, when another article (appearing on the previous page) contained a story about the Santa Monica Food Bank needing more donations than ever due to the high volumes of job losses in the area? Peggy Luckett Long Beach
OPINION
December 5, 2002
Re "Where Christmas Is a Growth Business," Dec. 2: Does anyone find it ironic to read about upscale nursery Roger's Gardens being unable to produce its $1,000 Christmas wreaths as fast as the customers buy them for the holiday, when another article (appearing on the previous page) contained a story about the Santa Monica Food Bank needing more donations than ever due to the high volumes of job losses in the area? Peggy Luckett Long Beach
NEWS
December 10, 1992 | ANNE MICHAUD, Anne Michaud is a staff writer for The Times Orange County Edition. and
The days leading up to Christmas can be so hectic that I often forget to enjoy the season. It becomes a blur of poinsettias and guessing loved ones' sizes and catching a few minutes of the Charlie Brown TV special. But I have a feeling that my visit to Roger's Gardens is going to change my holiday routine from now on. This garden shop/landscape service/florist transforms itself each November into a fantasy land for kids and grown-ups.
NEWS
September 8, 2011 | By Seema Mehta
Texas Gov. Rick Perry, fresh off his debut debate since entering the GOP presidential contest, assumed his front-runner status during a fundraising swing through California on Thursday, barely mentioning his Republican rivals as he excoriated President Obama's handling of the economy. “When you look across this country, one in six, one in six work-eligible Americans cannot find a job. Mr. President, that is not an economic recovery, that is an economic disaster,” Perry told 1,000 supporters at a rally at Roger's Gardens in Corona del Mar. “We cannot afford four more years of a high unemployment record, of a failed stimulus, this record debt, this loss of our credit.
NEWS
December 10, 1992 | ANNE MICHAUD, Anne Michaud is a staff writer for The Times Orange County Edition. and
The days leading up to Christmas can be so hectic that I often forget to enjoy the season. It becomes a blur of poinsettias and guessing loved ones' sizes and catching a few minutes of the Charlie Brown TV special. But I have a feeling that my visit to Roger's Gardens is going to change my holiday routine from now on. This garden shop/landscape service/florist transforms itself each November into a fantasy land for kids and grown-ups.
BUSINESS
January 30, 1992 | Chris Woodyard / Times staff writer
Most nurseries are located outdoors, which made the plant nursery at a mall in Santa Ana seem a little odd. Apparently, a lot of customers must have thought so, too. Roger's Gardens at the MainPlace/Santa Ana mall is closing as tight as a Venus flytrap in the next few months.
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