Sunnyside Gardens: Gnome Decor – Minneapolis, MN

Sunnyside Gardens: Gnome Decor – Minneapolis, MN

Cute little gnome decor is all the rage right now (I mean how can you resist those little hats & noses?), but do you know why gnomes are so popular as garden decor?

Originally gnomes were thought to provide protection, especially buried treasure and minerals in the ground. They are known as symbols of good luck and still used today to watch over crops and even livestock, placed into rafters of a barn or placed in the garden!


About

Sunnyside Gardens has been helping to grow a healthy garden and landscape community in Minneapolis since 1935. What started out as a small garden plot over 80 years ago has grown to become the home of Minnesota’s premier gardening and landscaping experts.
Mike Hurley became owner in 2000, and since then, Sunnyside Gardens has evolved to become the “go to” place for garden enthusiasts as well as beginner gardeners and new homeowners. With a dedicated and passionate staff Sunnyside has been able to build the Garden Center retail store on the most basic foundation, plants and service. Never pushy, always eager to serve, it’s easy to say that the Sunnyside staff have made plants their career and their hobby. We believe incorporating plants into a home, patio and garden is part of a healthy lifestyle, and we are eager to share how to do this successfully.
Sunnyside Gardens offers personalized garden maintenance programs, at home container design and installation, and full service landscape design and build. Easily the best garden center in the Minneapolis area; we are steadfast and true gardeners with an affinity for education and salesmanship.
Sunnyside Gardens is conveniently located one block east of the 44th and France Avenue intersection in South Minneapolis; ample parking lot and provided carry out service to make your shopping experience easy and enjoyable.

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