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Griffin Greenhouse Supplies, Inc, founded in 1947 by Charles J. Griffin, and headquartered in Tewksbury, Massachusetts, is the top greenhouse and nursery supplier in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. Griffin Greenhouse Supplies is one of the finest companies in horticultural services and is dedicated to providing the best all-around service to its customers.
In founding Griffin Greenhouse Supplies, Inc, Mr. Griffin's vision was to maximize products and services. Griffin Greenhouse Supplies makes this vision a reality by being the leader not only in quality products, but also in providing professional, friendly, and customer-driven service through its employees.
When Griffin started in 1947, it was a one-man operation with a limited line, bringing supplies to the growers' door, not unlike the old-fashioned peddler. As demand grew, so did Griffin's product line and operations to include delivery service on a daily basis. Our first warehouse was established in Reading, Massachusetts, in 1949 and then moved to its current location in Tewksbury, Massachusetts, in 1969.