Welby Gardens will be moving its headquarters to their Arvada location at 17201 W 64th Ave, due to the sale of the 74th Ave property in Denver. This change will allow them to streamline and cultivate stronger relationships with their customers and vendors.
Hardystarts, liner program, will be focused on growth to position the company as a young plant leader. Hardy Boy, finished program, will refine their product offering to focus on key items for landscapers and independent garden centers. Welby Gardens will no longer have a walk-in wholesale shopping center. The wholesale shopping center is scheduled to close June 28, 2019. All other business activities will continue uninterrupted, including all summer, fall and holiday crops, such as: pansies, cyclamen, summer perennials and poinsettias.
Welby Gardens has a rich family history dating back 75 years. The family got their start as a truck farm and are now known as a national bedding plant and young plant industry supplier. Alex and Esther Gerace began their legacy in 1943 by purchasing the first several acres of land and farmhouse with the sole intent to feed their family. Since then their legacy has grown to three growing facilities, two retail locations, 20 acres of greenhouse space, five generations, and two brands.
Welby Gardens is looking forward to a new chapter and will remain committed to a quality product that the Hardy Boy and Hardystarts brands were built on. As the details of the transition unfold this summer, more information will follow.
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