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Truescape to open retail garden center

The Truescape, LLC. building off of Gaylord Drive that has served as their landscaping headquarters since 2008 will soon serve Fulton more directly. The landscaping service will open April 19 as a garden store, providing mulch, gravel, plants, supplies and more for do-it-yourself garden projects.

The Truescape, LLC. building off of Gaylord Drive that has served as their landscaping headquarters since 2008 will soon serve Fulton more directly. The landscaping service will open April 19 as a garden store, providing mulch, gravel, plants, supplies and more for do-it-yourself garden projects. Photo by Dean Asher.

Nathan Real and Chance Foster have cultivated their business like a well-kept garden.

After graduating from the University of Missouri with bachelors of science degrees in plant science, landscape design and turf management, the Fulton natives started Truescape, LLC. in 2004. Since then, their business has grown to a full service and install landscaping company, and will soon grow again; they will open a retail garden center April 19 at their 510 Gaylord Drive facility.

“It’s something that we’ve talked about since the beginning, and it takes a lot to get to that point,” said Real. “We’re really excited.”

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