Plymouth Garden Centre

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  • A garden centre is a retail firm that sells plants and products related to gardens as its primary business. It is open to the public, with facilities to care for and display plants.
  • formerly just a couple of flower pots and a woman standing next to a teapot, this has now developed into a 5 star restaurant with the largest selection of sheds and gnomes in the known Universe.
  • a town in Massachusetts founded by Pilgrims in 1620
  • Plymouth was a marque of automobile based in the United States, marketed by the Chrysler Corporation and DaimlerChrysler.
  • A port and naval base in southwestern England, on the Devon coast; pop. 239,000. In 1620 it was the scene of the Pilgrim Fathers' departure to North America in the Mayflower
  • A town in southeastern Massachusetts, on the Atlantic coast; pop. 45,608. The site in 1620 of the landing of the Pilgrim Fathers, it was the earliest permanent European settlement in New England
  • A city in southeastern Minnesota, northwest of Minneapolis; pop. 65,894
  • Plymouth is a city and unitary authority area on the coast of Devon, England, about south-west of London. It is built between the mouths of the rivers Plym to the east and Tamar to the west, where they join Plymouth Sound.
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Plymouth (MA) (Images of America)
Plymouth   (MA)  (Images  of  America)
Plymouth is best known as the Pilgrim landing place, but history did not stop when the dishes were cleared away from the first Thanksgiving. A prosperous fishing village before the War of 1812, Plymouth developed mills and factories to line its modest brooks during the Industrial Revolution, and elegant dwellings were built to replace humble Colonial homes. Steamboats and the railway brought waves of immigrants and summer visitors, transforming the small Yankee village into a bustling town. Later, the mills closed, tourist traffic replaced the clatter of machinery, and massive housing developments transformed the town as the kaleidoscope of history turned yet again. Plymouth's intriguing past is not altogether lost. In Plymouth, the reader will find the elm-shaded streets, mill villages, modest shops, and rustic pond-side cottages that generations of residents and visitors have loved. The reader will see vanished landmarks, such as the Samoset House and the Mayflower Inn, the Cornish and Burton schools, and the Leyden Street Casino. From the worldis largest rope manufactory (Plymouth Cordage) to Uncle Georgeis famous woolly horse, from Water Street's ancient wharves and chandleries to the storm of 1898, and from Pres. Warren G. Hardingis tercentenary visit to Richard Nixon's welcome of the Mayflower II in 1957, the best of the townis visual history is gathered in Plymouth.

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Plymouth Citybus 112 Plaxton Pointer bodied Dennis Dart L 112 YOD
Plymouth Citybus 112 Plaxton Pointer bodied Dennis Dart L 112 YOD
in an overall ad for the Plymouth Garden Centre
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Schlage F10PLY619 Plymouth Passage Knob, Satin Nickel
F10 PLY 619 16-080 10-027 Finish: Satin Nickel Features: -Hall and closet knob.-Use on a 1.375" to 1.75" thick door.-Universal latch and Triple Option faceplate fit standard door preparations.-Passage knob for use on a door where a locking function is not required, such as a hallway or closet door.-All-metal chassis for durability.-ANSI Grade 2. Includes: -Includes hardware for quick, 1-tool installation. Options: -Available in bright brass, satin nickel, bright chrome or satin chrome finish. Collection: -Plymouth collection. Warranty: -Manufacturer provides lifetime limited mechanical and finish warranty and 1 year limited electronics warranty.