Seasonal Concepts in Columbus, he also knows that it can be very hard work and often in some pretty uncomfortable conditions. That doesn’t even include the constant rigors of operating your own business and keeping 45 or so people gainfully employed. the intersection of Blackmon and Warm Springs Roads until a new roundabout was placed there by the city. That prompted his recent relocation of that part of the business to 6220 Milgen Road at the old Gopher Fun Park property, with that location having a large nursery, an aggregate materials landscaping yard and small machine shop.
- John Phillips has been working in the lawn and landscaping world for 35 years, so he truly knows his roses and azaleas and trees and shrubs and how to keep them alive and thriving.
- The Ledger-Enquirer spoke with Phillips recently about his job, which aside from selling and planting stuff, includes building things such as retaining walls.
- The biggest thing is when you commit to planting — whether it’s your garden or flower bed or trees and shrubs in your yard — you’ve just got to maintain them all year.
“The Ledger-Enquirer spoke with Phillips recently about his job, which aside from selling and planting stuff, includes building things such as retaining walls. This interview is edited a bit for length and clarity.”