Ford Paterson, 2, rides along in a wagon with a new plant while his parents shop for flowers for their yard at Talini’s Nursery in East Sacramento. Architect-developer Ron Vrilakas likens the planned garden center on Broadway to Talini’s Nursery, an East Sac institution that’s “very compact but services the community around it.”
Ford Paterson, 2, rides along in a wagon with a new plant while his parents shop for flowers for their yard at Talini’s Nursery in East Sacramento. Architect-developer Ron Vrilakas likens the planned garden center on Broadway to Talini’s Nursery, an East Sac institution that’s “very compact but services the community around it.” Anne Chadwick Williams Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Ford Paterson, 2, rides along in a wagon with a new plant while his parents shop for flowers for their yard at Talini’s Nursery in East Sacramento. Architect-developer Ron Vrilakas likens the planned garden center on Broadway to Talini’s Nursery, an East Sac institution that’s “very compact but services the community around it.” Anne Chadwick Williams Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
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‘Urban nursery’ coming to Oak Park’s Triangle project

March 23, 2015 10:00 AM

UPDATED March 24, 2015 07:23 AM

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