Geaux Green - Out to Lunch - It's Baton Rouge


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We may have heat and mosquitos in Baton Rouge, but we re also blessed to have beautiful surroundings and lush greenery everywhere. Much of the old growth and verdant landscaping is a natural part of the flora and fauna here in south Louisiana, but much of it is cultivated through hard work and attention to detail. Mitch Mayes is the owner of Louisiana Nursery, which was established by Mitch s father more than 33 years ago and today has three thriving locations around Baton Rouge. Louisiana Nursery specializes in gardening, lawncare and outdoor living and recently introduced three climate controlled greenhouses at its Perkins Road location. Allison Guidroz is co owner of Fullness Organic Farm, which grows fresh, organic produce on a half acre plot that was the site of the Old Longwood Plantation off Nicholson Drive near Gardere Lane. Allison and her husband, Grant, grow seasonal vegetables, which they sell at the Red Stick Farmer s Market, as well as to local restaurants and even online. This conversation will greatly demystify urban farming for you as well as surprise you with the logistics and economics of your local plant store. Photos at Mansurs on the Boulevard by Ken Stewart.

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