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New Garden Shop Now Open in Downtown Williamsburg

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WILLIAMSBURG-A new garden store has opened on N. Boundary Street in downtown Williamsburg.

Nurtured Notion, which specializes in garden, home, and soul accessories, opened on September 3 at 205 N. Boundary St. in the space formerly occupied by The Flower Cupboard.

The new store carries a variety of items including wall décor and signs, seasonal items, gift items, food bags, and garden supplies including tools, pots, buckets, and gardens-in-a-bag. Nurtured Notion’s mission is “to help our clients grow, live, and be,” according to social media posts.

Nurtured Notion is open Tuesday through Friday, noon to 5pm, Saturday, 10am to 6pm, and Sunday, noon to 5pm. The store is open on Mondays by appointment. For more information, click here.

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