January 29, 2015 6:09 AM ET

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Company Overview of Stack & Grow Planters, Inc.

Company Overview

Stack & Grow Planters, Inc. retails flower pot, and herb garden planters. The company sells planters to brick and mortar retailers and distributors, such as garden centers, home improvement stores, nurseries, hardware stores, florists/flower shops, commercial greenhouses, gift shops, department stores, and home and garden shows. It also sells products online. The company is based in Springville, Utah. As of June 22, 2012, Stack & Grow Planters, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Living Whole Foods, Inc.

1041 North 450 West

Springville, UT 84663

United States





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