C & G Growerslast updated: November 2015

Bulk compost,cyclegro and mulch available. Please call ahead. Greenhouse grown tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce and peppers available mid May into the fall

Products

Beans, fresh, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Corn, sweet, Geraniums, Scented, Lettuce, Perennials, Potatoes, Seedlings, Shrubs, deciduous, Shrubs, evergreen, Squash, Summer, Squash, Winter, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Trees, deciduous, Zucchini


Contact C & G Growers


Contact C & G Growers


RR 1, Box 5003
Sedgwick, Maine  04676
Phone: 207-326-9311

 

Service Area

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  • Maine


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