We’re closing out 2021 at Studley’s feeling fortunate to be in the occupation of nurture by nature. How lucky are we to be able to find so much pleasure in our business?
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Mixing Business With Pleasure | Nurture By Nature
We’re in the business of offering flowers that carry emotions we sometimes cannot otherwise convey in person. We’re in the business of growing houseplants to bring health and comfort to us in the confinement of our indoor spaces. We offer garden plants that bring serenity, purpose, food supply, and greater appreciation for our time outdoors.
The shifts in reality over the last couple of years have made life and business challenging for most. We credit the greatest motivator in our resolve to the very business we are in… Knowing what we provide creates connection, brings joy, shares love, and promotes wellness, has helped us to stay strong and feel as though we are somehow helping the greater good.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_empty_space height=”15px”][vc_column_text]
Rooted In Community
Speaking of the greater good, we remain rooted in our community. We have worked hard to safely maintain our legacy of public service throughout the pandemic. This year we became a sponsor at Bedrock Gardens in Lee, NH, a truly magical and therapeutic public garden space for everyone to enjoy.
We’ve fostered hometown beautification with donated planters throughout the downtown, and at the Rochester Opera House. We also annually maintain an Adopt A Spot at the intersection of Columbus Avenue and Wakefield Streets.
Studley’s Operations Manager, Molly Meulenbroek still serves on the board of Rochester Historic District Commission, and Studley’s is a standing member of the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce, Rochester Main Street and many industry focused organizations.
In December, we were proud to once again host Rochester Main Street’s Festival of Trees here at Studley’s. This even has become a local favored tradition and makes for a wonderful annual coming together in the spirit of the holidays.
Thankful to our staff for keeping pace without compromise, under extraordinary demand. Thankful for the local consciousness and patronage of our customers, and thankful for the grace of our place within this lovely community.
With Gratitude and Cheers to a Bright & Shiny New Year – See you at Studley’s in 2022!