Armstrong Garden Centers 1430 S Novato Blvd, Novato, CA94947 Armstrong Garden Centers has everything to fill your outdoor garden as well as decorative items and plants suited for…More indoor areas. Customers will also find an extensive collection of planters and pots, gardening supplies, seeds, bulbs, soil and lawn supplies. The shop boasts a line of outdoor BBQ islands and water gardens.
J & J Gardening Service 1571 Merritt Dr, Novato, CA94949 J & J Gardening Service is a residential services company based out of Novato. The company specializes in…More landscaping and gardening services for its individual clients in the local area. For more information about the company, services and pricing, call the J & J Gardening Service office.
The Garden Restaurant 333 Enfrente Rd, Novato, CA94949 Novato's exclusive location for authentic Mediterranean fare, The Garden Restaurant is conveniently located on the west…More side of Highway 101 in Ignacio. With all of the traditional staples including baba ganoush, hummus and tabouli, meals are often served with Turkish coffee. It also offers lamb burgers, Caesar salad and New York steak. The Garden is an underrated santuary of classy dining.
Alejandro Ruiz Garden Maintenance & Cleanup 517 Arthur St, Novato, CA94947 Alejandro Ruiz Garden Maintenance is a landscaping company that services clients in Novato and the surrounding areas. It…More specializes in garden maintenance and general cleanup. Call the number provided for more information or to make an appointment.
North Bay Children's Center Garden of Eatin Project 934 C St, Novato, CA94949 The North Bay Children's Center, located in Hamilton Field, provides year round child care services for infants,…More toddlers and preschoolers, as well as before- and after-school services for kindergarteners through 5th graders. On this Novato campus, NBCC has the Garden of Eatin Project, which serves as an educational learning garden for children under 5, as well as part of a prevention program for childhood obesity. Here children learn where fruits, greens and vegetables come from and how to plant and harvest them. They eat the fresh fruits and vegetables in their daily on-campus meals. For more information about NBCC and the Garden of Eatin, please call or visit their Web Site.