Radio Show Affiliate
Join us every Saturday morning from 8am to 10am on WAKR 1590 AM for Tom Dayton’s live radio show Ready, Set, GROW with host Bobbi Horvath!
Tom discusses news in the garden industry, the nursery business plus he welcomes various special guests throughout the year.
CALL IN with your questions to 330-570-1590!
Landscape Design & Installation
In business since 2004, Jeff Smith of JRS Lawn & Landscape is an ICPI certfied hardscape installer and certified in landscape design, ponds, water features and tier one low voltage lighting. Because of the quality of their work, JRS has become our main installation company. Let Jeff & his professional crew install the landscape of your dreams.
Additional Installation Services
Bari Barbuto, a former employee of Dayton Nursery has branched off to run his very own succesful installation company. Bari’s Landscaping LLC has been established since the Summer of 2013. Bari spent several years (2003-2006) studying horticulture and has received certification of completion with a A+ average in all fields of study at the Agricultural & Technical Institute at the Ohio State University in Wooster, Ohio. With strong enthusiasm he has learned a lot from the other professionals in the trade . Bari installs small to mid-sized softscapes for homeowners, including stone.
Sweet Peet Ohio
Urban Organics is a family owned Ohio business which produces Sweet Peet®.
Urban Organics is dedicated to providing their customers with natural solutions to their gardening needs. They are grateful to participate in the “green movement”, but movements often become fads, so they have grounded our company’s sustainable practices in time-tested agricultural/horticultural principles.
Urban Organics, Inc is the sole and licensed producer of Sweet Peet in Ohio. They strive to maintain a high level of quality and integrity in Sweet Peet and are proud of that quality and its test results.
They invite you to educate yourself on what you are spending your money on and what you are truly using in your garden: