3810 Whites Creek Pike, Nashville, TN 37207 (615) 876-1014

Archive date:  May 20, 2013

Memorial Day Weather to Remember

Memorial Day hours: 8am – Noon

In case you’ve missed it, the word is in: the weather this weekend will be sublime! High temperatures throughout the weekend are forecast to be in the 70s. Low temperatures will range anywhere from the mid-40s to the upper 50s. When you combine those temperatures with abundant sunshine, it has the makings of a weekend that just can't miss. It couldn't come at a better time. With the long holiday weekend ahead of us, it's a great opportunity to take time to get projects done and spend quality time with family and friends.


We look forward to spending time with family and friends as well. Therefore, we will be open on Memorial Day from 8 am until Noon. The long weekend is going to give us all a chance to get out and complete projects around the house as well as the garden.


The inventory continues to roll in. Take this opportunity to let us help you figure out how to get the right plant, in the right place, the first time. Take a few pictures or make a short video of the area you're working on. Equipped with that information, it helps us greatly in advising you on making the best choice.


If you're curious about what we have to choose from, you need look no further than our newly revamped website www.batesnursery.com. The “Products and Services" tab is where you will find our searchable database for everything we have on hand. We have discovered one issue however. If you are using Internet Explorer browser, the search functionality does not work. All other browsers seem to work well, particularly Google Chrome. If you like, you can download that by clicking here.


Renée Bates will be making an encore appearance on behalf of Greenways for Nashville this Sunday from 1-4pm. Renée will be glad to answer all your questions about Greenways for Nashville and hopefully sign you up as a supporter of greenways. To show our support, we will match your new membership dues!


The weather is wonderfully divine,


David Bates