Welcome to Thomas Nursery

Posted by on Jul 19, 2013 in Slides | Comments Off on Welcome to Thomas Nursery

Welcome to Thomas Nursery

The entrance to our store welcomes you with a beautiful hedge of red knock-out roses. These roses have a generous bloom cycle that will last from spring until frost. They are easy to grow and do not require such special care as many of the old fashioned traditional roses do. Knock-outs are the most disease resistant rose on the market. They thrive in almost every area of the country as they are more winter hardy and heat tolerant than most roses. Knock outs can be planted individually, in mixed beds, or provide a bright border or colorful hedge, therefore making a nice accent to any...

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Waterwheel

Posted by on Jul 18, 2013 in Slides | Comments Off on Waterwheel

Waterwheel

For years waterwheels were used for converting the energy of free flowing of falling water into useful forms of power. Waterwheels were still in commercial use well into the 20th Century, but they are no longer in common use, thus the significance of our featured waterwheel. It represents DAYS GONE BY. How did we acquire this unique landscape feature? John Thomas had a vision of what he was looking for, did some research, and after a two day round trip to Tennessee, our waterwheel had found its...

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Windmill

Posted by on Jul 10, 2013 in Slides | Comments Off on Windmill

Windmill

Windmills have been around for a long time in human history. They are one of the first man-made methods of power generation. Windmill power was used for a number of functions, such as pumping water, grinding grain, sawmilling of timber, and processing of commodities. Many small windmills are still in use on farms today for water pumping, stock watering, and farmhouse needs. Our windmill out front serves as not only a recognizable landscape feature when you round that curve on Highway 15, but also as a symbol of representation of all the working farmers that continue to devote their living to sowing the earth, harvesting crops, and raising...

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