Bolingbrook's Best: Gardening Center

Voting for "Bolingbrook's Best..." awards will remain open until the end of November.

Where is Bolingbrook's best pizza? Best place to grab a beer? Best non-profit? Best gardening center? 

Who better to make that decision than you, the Bolingbrook Patch reader!

Bolingbrook Patch is holding its first-ever "Bolingbrook's Best..." awards series, which will dole out the best of what  has to offer. 

Reader votes will determine the winner of each category. And you'll get three chances to vote! You can vote on our website by leaving a comment, on Facebook or on Twitter by leaving a comment by using the @B_BrookPatch function.

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All categories will remain open for voting until every category is voted on. Categories range from food and dining, to businesses and organizations to social media efforts and favorite personalities.

Today, we ask you where is Bolingbrook's best gardening center?

Is it: 

  • Other (leave a comment)

To vote, leave a comment below and tell us why you voted the way you did!

Emerson November 18, 2011 at 04:19 PM
Can we nominate Sid's greenhouse for the "posthumous" award? Of the remaining garden centers, the one that seems to have it most on the ball is Home Depot. Healthy plants with a good selection during the season. We also find the garden tools, soils and fertilizers that we need are there. Home landscape is great for larger landscape supplies and jobs that are too big for the typical homeowner like tree planting and brick patio construction. Also a good selection of shrubs and trees. I would say they are more Landscaping than Gardening. So, I will cast my vote for Home Depot.
tom November 18, 2011 at 04:25 PM
Sid's closed both the Bolingbrook store and the store in Palos Hills a few months ago.
Fran Lopez November 28, 2011 at 05:26 AM
I loved Sid's and they were absolutely Great when they were around, second for here in town is Home Landscaping! After that I go out of town to Alsip Nursey. Then it is Home Depot, Lowes and Menard's. Johansen's has too big of pots and I create my own.
Jody Skopick December 14, 2011 at 08:32 PM
OMG Sid's closed???????????? I hadn't been there since June. Well, then my choice will have to go to Lowes. I always find great quality plants, and some exotic varieties there.


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