ORGC features local vendors with interesting and wholesome items we think you will enjoy

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Johnny Mango's is our finest local resource for plants, flowers, pottery and wonderfully unique gifts. Danny has worked with our ORGC team to provide our club members holiday plants and flowers, made floral arrangements for our galas, and has designed unique Window Sill planters for our Spring Shop.  www.johnnymangos.com

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Bee Unique World's Finest Raw Honey is a family-owned business that produces high quality Raw Honey from hives located in Florida.  Wendy says "We are your local source for great Raw Honey and beautiful gifts. Without  exception, our bees produce the World's Finest Raw Honey.  By purchasing our product you will not only benefit from the Raw Honey, you are also supporting the local economy, the American farmer and the local beekeeping industry."  www.worldsfinestrawhoney.com

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Soapy Suds 4 You - From Boynton Beach local,  Suzzette Woodman. Suzzette is a former elementary school teacher with a love for arts and crafts.  She uses all natural ingredients and wonderful additions such as tussah silk, poppy seeds, sandalwood powder, walnut shell, goat's milk or pale ales to create moisturizing and soothing soap bars.  Enjoy Soapy Suds and know they were made especially for you.

Scheurer's Chocolates, family-owned since 1980,  was founded on the belief that everyone deserves decadent, unique and delicious hand-dipped chocolates. Serving all of South Florida, Scheurer’s uses the highest quality ingredients, with a lot of love, to deliver that promise. "Each of our sweet treats are small batch and dipped by hand. We also stock a variety of gifts and products from other small businesses around the country, including jellies and jams, shortbread, hard candies, bracelets, gift baskets, ornaments, decorative items and more!" The chocolates for the Spring Shop are made with the official Ocean Ridge Garden Club logo!   www.scheurerschocolate.com

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