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Best Florist/Greenhouse: Baker Garden and Gift

Location: Fargo

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Baker Garden & Gift has been named Best Florist/Greenhouse in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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Baker Garden and Gift took first in three categories this year. How does that feel?

“It further defines why we come to work and show up,” Owner Eric Baker said. “We’ve always stressed the mentality of whatever it takes to get things done or make things right. I think it further affirms we are doing things right. It’s reassuring.”

Why do you think people voted you over other florists and greenhouses?

“We’re really a knowledge-based entity. We provide all the information and options customers need,” Baker said.

  • Second place: Floret & Foliage
  • Third place: Hornbacher's
  • Fourth place: Shotwell Floral & Greenhouse
  • Fifth place: Prairie Petals

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