In February, Garden Center magazine shared the story of sisters and third-generation owners Casey Landa and Madison Landa Williams, who recently took over Boulevard Flower Gardens in South Chesterfield, Va. For the past several months, they’ve been busy rebuilding a smaller version of the business after a car dealership bought some of the land — going from a 33,000-square-foot retail facility to a 6,000-square-foot retail building. On September 8, they celebrated their grand reopening and welcomed customers with free lunch, live music, kids activities and more. Check out the photos of their new building and the opening day.

Madison Landa Williams, right, and Casey Landa, middle, pose with their mother, Francine Landa, and Madison’s husband, Michael. Also pictured is Madison’s daughter, Iris, and her son, Jack.
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Boulevard celebrated its grand reopening Sept. 8, 2018, and provided lunch, kids activities and more for customers.
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Boulevard Flower Gardens built a new 6,000-square-foot retail facility and greenhouse, which officially opened in September. This photo was taken in January 2018 during construction.
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Boulevard Flower Gardens had free live music during its grand reopening.
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Sisters and third-generation owners Casey Landa (right) and Madison Landa Williams pause for a photo with family friends Mason and Patrick Covington during the store’s grand reopening.
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Boulevard Flower Gardens operates a production greenhouse and floral division.
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