Eisley Nursery owner Earlene Eisley-Freeman walks through rows of poinsettias in one of the many greenhouses at the Eisley Nursery in Auburn. Nearly a dozen members of the Eisley family, spanning three generations, work at the site. While other nursery operations -- both private and big box -- have dropped off over time, Eisley Nursery is marking 85 years in business this year.
Eisley Nursery owner Earlene Eisley-Freeman walks through rows of poinsettias in one of the many greenhouses at the Eisley Nursery in Auburn. Nearly a dozen members of the Eisley family, spanning three generations, work at the site. While other nursery operations -- both private and big box -- have dropped off over time, Eisley Nursery is marking 85 years in business this year. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Eisley Nursery owner Earlene Eisley-Freeman walks through rows of poinsettias in one of the many greenhouses at the Eisley Nursery in Auburn. Nearly a dozen members of the Eisley family, spanning three generations, work at the site. While other nursery operations -- both private and big box -- have dropped off over time, Eisley Nursery is marking 85 years in business this year. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

While others have fallen, Auburn nursery still blooming after 85 years

August 31, 2017 04:32 PM

UPDATED September 02, 2017 10:18 PM

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