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Picture Perfect Landscape

Picture Perfect Landscape

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Built: 1990's | Abandoned: 2000's
Status: Demolished
Photojournalist: AbandonedOK TeamBilly Dixon

Picture Perfect Landscape opened in the middle 1990’s and served as a nursery for exotic and unusual plants. The grounds were set up throughout the forest behind the main office. Trails were cut through the thick brush and in the clearings plants were grown. I remember when I was younger going here with my father to pick out trees for our home. It was always fun as a kid going to places like this because of the forest out back. Plus, who doesn’t like wooded environments with exotic plants?
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Michael Schwarz

Starting from a young age, I’ve always loved exploring. I can remember venturing off and scoping out the houses being built in the developing neighborhood right behind my house. As I got older, I found myself appreciating the work and love that went into architecture and just being excited to pass by the beautifully designed places in downtown.

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Daniel
Daniel
10 years ago

No longer there. Was torn down to build the new Mercy Hospital off of I-35 frontage road.

Shawn
Shawn
12 years ago

Was wondering if you guys know the reasons why many of these places are abandoned? A lot of the places i have seen on your website look as though the former tennants just up and left without as much as packing.

anonymous
anonymous
Reply to  Shawn
11 years ago

The biggest reason I have seen is divorces, deaths, court battles etc. But I am one that loves to recycle or resale things people can use and save them lots of money plus make a little myself and I just like things from the simpler times. But I have never understood just leaving stuff that you could move or let someone else have it and not letting it rot. My husband has a cousin in southern Arkansas, there was an old abandoned house next to their property. I asked them about it and they said it had been abandoned for… Read more »

john
john
Reply to  anonymous
11 years ago

what is the physical address on this place I think I'd like to buy it.

J
J
12 years ago

i worked here back in the summer of 96′ tending the bamboo fields i remember ticks being horrible around the area due to the owners not wanting to use very many pesticides if i recall correctly i think it closed down in 2004 cool to see it years later neat jobs guys look forward to seeing more

AbandonedOK Team
Reply to  J
12 years ago

J,
Is there anymore information you could provide? Such a cool place!

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